Kinney, who stars on NBC series Chicago Fire , proposed to the pop singer on Valentine's Day 2015, and the couple had planned to Wednesday later in 2016, but sources told TMZ .com that the couple split earlier this month. Lady Gaga and Taylor Kinney were the pinnacle of celebrity love and happiness (like the opposite of Taylor Swift and whoever she's dating atm) before rumors of their breakup rocked our world.
Other than the new logo, many other details were revealed for the new film. The trailer , as reported by Deadline, showcases a much lighter and upbeat tone compared to the dark and overtly serious " Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice ". There was plenty of news on upcoming sequels, including the news that the "Divergent" sequel "Ascendant" would be a TV movie instead of being released in theaters.
Although it received negative talk on its release day but still Kabali craze is at the peak. The film has already earned Rs 200 crore with the sale of satellite rights. Rajinikanth's " Kabali " may have opened to mix reviews, but as often is the case with the superstar's films, reviews have little impact on box-office collections.
A big question for " Star Trek " fans is how faithful the movie is to the franchise's mythologies, philosophies and characters. The S Trek Beyond creators likely hoped for a better response from Star Trek alumnus George Takei to the news that his former character, Hikaru Sulu is gay in the new film.
The one thing he really wanted to do, however, was the one thing he wasn't allowed to do: Step on stage and grab the podium that Hillary Clinton will use later in the week to accept the Democratic nomination. Colbert had successfully bum-rushed the RNC mic, but the DNC security kept him on much tighter lockdown. "No, Mr. Colbert, you're not going onstage", the Secret Service agent told him as he walked with Pelosi.
Thankfully fans won't have to wait too long before they are able to see Doctor Strange in all his mind-bending and instantaneous travels when the film hits theaters in November 4 . It's a poignant comment to make at Comic-Con but an important one overall to put out there for both Hollywood and fans who either don't get the issue or still aren't listening and understanding how important representation is in media.