The makers of famed sitcom " Friends " unleashed a wave of elation over fans after they revealed recording a reunion special episode for the show's 25th anniversary. "I choose to see it as the glass is half-full that it got postponed". "And we didn't want to just suddenly do it on a web call with, you know, six squares and people shooting from their kitchens and bedrooms".
Heard's comments come in the wake of the United Kingdom courts ruling against her ex-husband Johnny Depp in his libel case against The Sun , the tabloid having described him as a "wifebeater". Depp insists he never abused his ex, denying all allegations against him. Although " Aquaman 2 " has not yet been given the green light, rumors have emerged that it will likely go ahead given the success of the original film, which featured Heard playing the character Mera alongside Jason Momoa , ...
Larsa Pippen made headlines with her bombshell claims during an interview, in which she claimed that Kim Kardashian's husband Kanye West "brainwashed" the famous clan to go against her . "If you're that easily swayed, like the wind, then do I really give a f**k?" Even my family's like, 'So, are you guys sleeping together or not?' I'm like, 'No, we're not.' He's never said, 'I need an answer.' But, I always feel like he needs an answer as to, like, what we are doing'.
I'm the type of person I don't chase what's not for me. One source exclusively told E! "So, then they were like, 'Kanye says she's this and then she was hitting on Travis.' By the way, that never happened. Was I hurt by it? Yes. Dude, I would never do that. "My personality is all about love and support and I've been there with them through everything", Larsa said.
The 44-year-old, who now had major Hollywood roles in his pocket to boast of, shared how he couldn't get any work after GoT, saying, "It's very challenging when you have babies and you're completely in debt". "Pink is just a handsome color", he pointed out. "For a while afterward, a lot of people bagged on me". What's next for Momoa? He launched the project as a means to address his environmental peeve, single-use plastics.
But the BBC's board of governors was told, following the inquiry, there had been "steps to ensure that the graphic designer will not work for the BBC again". A 1996 BBC enquiry cleared Bashir of any wrongdoing. Ms Monckton said that Mr Bashir "should be hauled in and he should explain himself". This letter has since been lost.