Having a baby and getting married – now THAT is a busy week.
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Deadpool is the latest comic book character to get his own movie, and the self-titled film is set to be released in theaters in February 2016.
Ahead of the film itself comes a trailer, and ahead of the trailer comes a teaser trailer, or, as 20th Century Fox is calling it, a trailer trailer. It’s good too.
“Will Smith is putting a stop to the rumor that he and his wife of 17 years, Jada Pinkett Smith, are getting a divorce.
“Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan had some happy news to share this week – and naturally they did it via Facebook.
It’s fair to say Cara Delevingne didn’t have the best of interviews when she appeared on Good Day Sacramento to promote her new film Paper Towns.
In fact, the whole thing was really awkward, with the anchors asking dumb questions, and Delevingne acting like a petulant child. Then again she is a model.
“He quit university to make YouTube videos and work at a hot dog stand.
YouTuber Shane Dawson has come out as bisexual. And no one really gives a crap.
Those who know who he is — an annoying nobody who posts videos online — will still like him, and those who don’t won’t care one iota. Which is as it’s should be.
“After nearly a decade together, Kourtney Kardashian has reportedly called it quits with her bad-boy baby daddy Scott Disick.
If the music video for Bitch Better Have My Money is anything to go by, Rihanna seems to think she’s an accomplished actress now.
She isn’t. She was in Battleship, which is rightly regarded as one of the worst movies ever made, and some crappy music videos which go on far too long.
“Jim Carrey launched into an anti-vaccination rant on Twitter Tuesday after California Governor Jerry Brown signed a bill requiring all public school children in the state to be vaccinated starting in 2016.