And I had to take another hard look and decide if I wanted to try to work through this and forgive him for the sake of the child. Speaking to the media for the first time since sensationally filing divorce papers on Monday, Hartwell, 38, said that their marriage was torn apart by jealously, disagreements about starting a family and suspicions about infidelity on both sides.
Based on the early footage, " Justice League " has a much lighter tone than Snyder's 'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, ' which was criticized for taking itself too seriously. If you have been following the movie news, then you've probably heard that DC will be responding in kind with their own superhero mashup in the form of the Justice League movie.
Adele has a soft spot for the legions of fans who imitate her. That's because the 28-year-old singer just spotted one of her drag queen impersonators at a concert in Seattle on Tuesday night... "I actually really like your dress", she added. At the time, she said: "Nothing quite prepared me for walking towards, like 10 other girls dressed up as me, that was pretty overwhelming, but the whole thing was amusing, but also really, really attractive, and I cried a lot at the end once I ...
But still, it's a relief to hear that Rogue One will be its own entity, regardless of Vader's appearance, and won't include cameos from characters like Han Solo that wouldn't really make much sense. Rogue One tells the story of resistance fighters who have united to steal plans to the dreaded Death Star. Executive produced by Lawrence Kasdan and Jason McGatlin ( Star Wars: The Force Awakens ) and co-produced by Will Allegra ( The Lego Movie , 21 Jump Street ).
That's what we've learned from the Bourne saga , with Matt Damon cracking his knuckles as the amnesia-plagued super spy. She told the New York Daily News newspaper: "In my first major scene, one of my co-actors, Ato [Essandoh], has this line where he looks at the screen and says, 'Jesus Christ, that's Jason Bourne .' And my face just glitched into a smile".
Elsewhere in the Late Show's Monday night broadcast, Colbert sang a psychedelic Clinton-themed song inspired by a cheesesteak gone bad. Finally, while using a selfie stick to shoot a promotion for CBS, he outmaneuvered the security and made a backwards dash for the stage, doing a barrel roll once up the stairs and ultimately standing in the circle of stars.