The music video which is laced in spirituality sees Justin as a hard-working oil rig worker who faces unemployment due to a "global situation", which could be hinting at the COVID-19 pandemic though not explicitly said out loud while starring as his love interest is Star actress Ryan Destiny .
The president's statement contradicts the projections of some analysts, who said Trump could delay the appointment of a new Supreme Court justice to shore up support among his conservative base going into the election on November 3.
Original stars, like Matthew McConaughey and Sean Penn were also involved, and did we mention the movie was narrated by the Morgan Freeman? Aniston then butts in, as Linda does in the film, bringing Brad (played by Pitt) out of the daze, asking: "Hey Brad, do you have any Q-tips?" CBS News reports the other actors "couldn't hide their smiles as Pitt's character has a fantasy about Aniston's character" around the 38-minute mark.
The actors, and their fellow celebrity participants, struggled not to laugh during the suggestive read, even with screen directions narrated by none other than Morgan Freeman . "Will you come to me?" Almost 19 years after sharing the screen on a hilarious episode of " Friends ", it's clear that Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston still have great comedic timing! All Jeff Spicoli ( Sean Penn ) wants out of life in the 1982 comedy Fast Times at Ridgemont High is a good buzz, good surf, and ...
The new Lady Gaga video is packed with meaning, transforming the star's battles with mental health into a striking short film resplendent with hidden details - and a devastating twist. Fans have reacted to the video online, with one saying it's the best video of Lady Gaga's career : "911 music video shows how one's mind can interpret a real life event and transform it into a completely bizzare one and how sometimes Gaga's mind and body are at clash with each other".
In total, the " Star Wars " spinoff was nominated for 15 Creative Arts Emmys . In all, The Mandalorian won five awards out of its eight initial Creative Arts Award nominations, losing two to HBO's Watchmen (Outstanding Fantasy / Sci-Fi Costumes) and Succession (Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Dramatic Series ).