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Marvel’s Chris Evans responds to accidental NSFW Instagram post – digitalspy.com

At least he’s made the most of the situation.

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Tom Hanks is out of quarantine as filming begins on Elvis biopic on the Gold Coast – NEWS.com.au

Tom Hanks is out of quarantine as filming begins on Elvis biopic on the Gold Coast

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The Hollywood superstar at the centre of Queenslands border exemption controversy is now out of quarantine and set to begin work on the Gold Coast. Tom Hanks touched down two weeks ago to begin filming for Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis biopic, which was originally slated to begin filming in March but was suspended when the star contracted COVID-19.
Luhrmann and the Queensland Government spent months formulating a COVIDSafe plan which would allow filming to resume, tipped to inject $100 million into the …

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‘He Never Quit’: Nick Cordero’s Widow on Grief, God and Perseverance – The New York Times

Amanda Kloots kept the world informed while her husband, a Broadway actor, lost a battle with Covid. After many grueling months, she’s trying to look ahead.

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How did you start enlisting people to sing Live Your Life each day?
I thought, if anythings going to wake him up, its going to be the whole world singing his song. He always wanted to be a rock star, and were going to make him a rock star. And then it caught on like wildfire.
You and your sister started a T-shirt line together, and now youre going to collaborate on a book?
Yes, Im writing a memoir about this time, and Im writing it with Anna Kloots, my sister. Its about everything I went thro…

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‘Cuties’ movie sees Netflix users flock to the screen due to controversy – Fox Business

Previews and promotions for the film, also known as “Mignonnes,” led many to call on Netflix to remove it from its library and had the hashtag “#CancelNetflix” …

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The people demanding that viewers boycott Netflix over the release of the movie “Cuties” (“Mignonnes”) may have had the opposite effect.
The movie focuses on a group of 11-year-old girls who form a provocative dance group that performs somewhat sexualized routines, much to the chagrin of one character’s very conservative Senegalese family. Previews and promotions for the film led many to call on Netflix to remove it from its library and had the hashtag “#CancelNetflix” briefly trending.
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