The Rock reveals why he doesn't have a six-pack.
“Black Panther” won its most significant accolade at the 25th Screen Actors Guild Awards for Best Cast Performance In A Film. Emily Blunt also won Best Supporting Actress for “A Quiet Place” and Rami Malek added to his Golden Globe for playing Freddie Mercury in “Bohemian Rhapsody”.
Just how "practically perfect" is the new film?
Emily Blunt takes on the role of Mary Poppins in "Mary Poppins Returns”, the sequel to the 1964 Walt Disney classic starring Julie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke. Based on the original eight "Poppins" novels by author P.L. Travers, the film had its’ world premiere in Los Angeles. Set twenty years after the original film, Poppins returns to the Banks children, who have become jaded adults.
'The Place Where Lost Things Are' and 'Trip A Little Light Fantastic' are now available to listen to online.
Well this looks supercalafraga... good, it looks good.
The British agent wasn’t pleased that Jim from the U.S. version of “The Office” was married to Mary Poppins.
The director, co-writer and star of new thriller “A Quiet Place” on underperforming movies, reluctant horror fandom – and being known as Jim from “The Office”.
But you'll have to wait until Christmas for the full thing.
“Not just to sound adorable, but...”
She's more than happy for Emily to carry the umbrella from here on in.
‘Mary Poppins Returns’ director Rob Marshall has revealed that Julie Andrews was offered a cameo in the upcoming Disney sequel
This is certainly super.
Disney fans have been given their first look at Emily Blunt as Mary Poppins, though fans still have a very long wait before
The Phenomenon Of Making Women Doubt Their Sanity Isn't New, But Gaslighting Finally Gives Us A Way To Call It Out
Gaslighting, the act of manipulating someone by psychological means into doubting their own sanity, was named after a play and subsequent movie where a husband convinces his wife she is going mad by gradually dimming the lights, whilst telling her it is only her who thinks the lights are flickering.
The Duchess of Cambridge wasn't the only one in McQueen.
So many flowers.
The 2017 BAFTAs red carpet proved that the legacy of Lee Alexander McQueen still reigns supreme, under Sarah Burton’s expert