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Natalie Portman Having a Blast with Her Kids at Disneyland

Natalie Portman My Disneyland Muscle's Outta This World 6/25/2018 10:38 AM PDT Natalie Portman knows how to make an entrance at Disneyland -- Cute kiddo in tow? Check. Stormtrooper as your muscle? No doubt! Natalie and her family hit up The Happiest Place on Earth on Sunday where they got the royal treatment. The entire family was there ... hubby Benjamin Millepied, 1-year-old Amalia and 7-year-old son, Aleph. They hit up It's a Small World and Big Thunder Mountain, but with Queen Amidala in town, it was a no-brainer that she also sit in for a 'Star Wars' show. Some of the kids, including Aleph, took the stage for a lightsaber show against Amidala's grandson, Kylo Ren. But no doubt stealing the scene was baby girl Amalia ... who couldn't look any cuter avoiding the sun with her pink floppy hat. Adorbs! Let's block ads! (Why?)

Heather Locklear arrested on new battery charges

US actress Heather Locklear has been arrested for battery against a police officer and ambulance worker, the Ventura County Sheriff's Office says. According to TMZ, she launched her attack while intoxicated on Sunday night after her family called 911. The 56-year-old, who rose to fame in the 1980s TV show Dynasty, is currently being held on $20,000 bail (£14,300). It comes days after she was released from hospital following a three-day psychiatric evaluation. The actress' behaviour has..

Stars respond to Melania’s ‘I don’t really care” jacket

Stars have been responding in kind following Melania Trump's appearance on a trip to a centre for migrant children on Thursday. The First Lady wore a $39 (£29) Zara jacket with the slogan "I really don't care, do u?", Since then, other people have had their own idea about some alternatives,... Jill Vedder, wife of Pearl Jam singer Eddie Vedder, was one of them wearing her "Yes we all care, y don't u" jacket to the band's show in Milan. The group's official Twitter accou..

XXXTentacion: Memorial announced amid new murder details

A public memorial has been announced in memory of murdered rapper XXXTentacion. The service, scheduled for Wednesday at the Florida Panther's Stadium, will give fans a chance to say their "final goodbyes," according to a post on the late musician's Instagram page. It comes as further details of the 20-year-old's death have emerged. Court documents seen by The New York Times state that the singer's last movements were tracked, before he became the victim of an armed robbery. A..

Sir Paul McCartney: ‘Retire from what?’

"This is it - the actual one!" Sir Paul McCartney is holding the double bass that belonged to Elvis Presley's original bassist Bill Black. It's leaning in the corner of his office, above his recording studio in deepest East Sussex. "Just imagine," he enthuses like a teenage fan "This was here…" he gestures a couple of feet to his left, "… and Elvis stood here!" He picks it up and starts plucking and singing Heartbreak Hotel. He rests it back on its stand and smiles: "I'd like to think one day this will be in a museum with my little Hofner bass next to it." It's clear Sir Paul is aware of his standing as the world's most successful and famous musician, but seemingly carries the weight effortlessly. He's open, funny, cheerily self-analytical and enthusiastic, especially about releasing his first new album in four years, Egypt Station. The first single to be taken from it is the double A-sided Come On To Me and I Don't Know Sir Paul spoke to the BBC ..

Lord Sugar criticised for Senegal tweet

Lord Sugar has been criticised for an "unhelpful and ignorant" tweet comparing Senegal's World Cup team to sellers on the "beach in Marbella". A picture of the team was posted next to pictures of sunglasses and handbags. Lord Sugar, 71, later deleted the post and apologised, saying "my attempt at humour has backfired". The British billionaire, who appears on the BBC's The Apprentice, said he "misjudged" the tweet and it was not "intended to cause offence". The tweet prompted hundreds of critical responses, including from Twitter users accusing him of racism. "I misjudged [my] earlier tweet," he posted later. "It was in no way intended to cause offence, and clearly my attempt at humour has backfired. I have deleted the tweet and am very sorry." Earlier the former Tottenham chairman had said his "funny tweet" had been "interpreted in the wrong way as offensive by a few people". He added: "Frankly I can't see that, I think it's funny. But I will pull it down if you in..

Meet Kamille: The stockbroker who writes hits for Little Mix and Jess Glynne

You don't get many pop stars with a degree in economics... but that's just one of the things that makes Camille Purcell unique. The south London singer quit a lucrative job as a City stockbroker six years ago to try her hand at songwriting. Her first song, What About Us, gave girl group The Saturdays a number one. Since then, she's become Little Mix's go-to songwriter, composing hits like Black Magic and the Brit award-winning Shout Out To My Ex. "Camille knows us so well," says the band's Perrie Edwards. "She knows what we want to write about, she knows what sound we're going for. She's incredible. She's so talented." Purcell also wrote this week's number one single, Jess Glynne's I'll Be There, while another of her compositions, Clean Bandit's Solo, looks set to replace it on Friday. Meanwhile, the 29-year-old just released her own song, Emotional, under the stage name Kamille. Hey Kamille. You're doing pretty well at ..

Parkland theater kids perform ‘Seasons of Love’ at the 2018 Tony Awards

Approximately four months after a school shooting devastated their community, a handful of theater kids from Parkland, Florida, took the stage at the 2018 Tony Awards, performing an emotional "Seasons of Love" from the musical "Rent." "Please join me in showing your love for the members of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School drama department," actor Matt Morrison of "Glee," said as he welcomed the students to the Tony Awards stage Sunday evening. Melody Herzfeld, the drama teacher at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, was honored at the award show with the "Excellence in Theatre Education Award." In the wake of the tragedy that rocked her community when a gunman opened fire at the school on Valentine's Day, killing 17 people, Herzfeld helped her students to recover from the trauma through music, arts, and theater. She also supported the student's movements for gun reform that garnered nationwide attention. Moreover, Herzfeld has been credited with saving the l..

LA Theater Review: Tom Hanks in ‘Henry IV’

Before “Big,” before “Bachelor Party” — heck, before even “Bosom Buddies” — Tom Hanks studied theater at Chabot College and performed three seasons in the Great Lakes Shakespeare Festival, walking the boards in “Hamlet” (though not as Hamlet, alas). But that was all more than 40 years ago, and so much has happened since that it may as well be a different Hanks — one with two Oscars and a formidable serious-actor reputation to his credit — who tackles the tragicomic role of Falstaff in the Shakespeare Center of Los Angeles’ presentation of “Henry IV,” making what is billed as his “Los Angeles stage debut.” The show itself — technically two separate history plays, mercifully condensed into a single three-hour production that, frankly, could stand to be shorter still — continues to be performed today due not to any particular interest in its eponymous monarch, but as a credit to Falstaff, by far the most amusing in Shakespeare’s great panoply of characters, popular enough that he appears..

Moscow Theater Rebels, Husband and Wife, Are Dead

Moscow Theater Rebels, Husband and Wife, Are DeadImageMikhail Ugarov and Elena Gremina in Tsarskoye Selo, near St. Petersburg, in 2000. Together they founded Teatr.doc, a Moscow theater company that presented shockingly raw accounts of life in post-Soviet Russia.CreditAleksandr GalibinBy Sophia Kishkovsky June 8, 2018MOSCOW — In the early 2000s, Mikhail Ugarov and Elena Gremina, playwrights who were husband and wife, were lamenting that Russian theater had grown ossified and distant from society’s problems a decade after the fall of the Soviet empire. Then, sparked by an encounter with the Royal Court Theater of London, they set about trying to change that. As part of a cultural exchange with the Londoners, they learned about documentary theater — the use of interviews, oral history and journalistic sources to create works for the stage. Ms. Gremina and Mr. Ugarov embraced the technique, brought it to Moscow and in 2002 established Teatr.doc, a theater company that presented shockingly..

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