Sam Raimi Might Take Over 'Dr. Strange 2'
Marvel might be turning to the man behind the original Spider-Man trilogy to take over its Dr. Strange sequel.
Sam Raimi, best known for the Evil Dead franchise and the Tobey Maguire era of Spider-Man, is reportedly in talks to replace director Scott Derrickson, who dropped out last month over 'creative differences'.
Doctor Strange: In the Multiverse of Madness will bring back stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Chiwetel Ejiofor, and is scheduled for release in May 2021.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Chill with Archie, And Quietly Plan Their New Life
Now that the dust has settled on the departure of Harry and Meghan from royal life, the couple is settling down in their new country of Canada and they’re enjoying life as new parents.
Harry and Meghan are working to plan their new life and how they will become financially independent.
There is speculation that Meghan will get back into showbiz, possibly working with Disney, doing voice-overs and the couple could follow in the footsteps of The Obamas, who have separate production deals.
Regardless of how they decide to move forward, Harry and Meghan won’t totally be out of the limelight as they will use their fame and influence to secure their future.
Chrissy Teigen Wears Leggings With John Legend's Face On The Butt
Chrissy Teigen showed off some new fashion featuring her husband John Legend.
Teigen posted a picture on Instagram of her wearing leggings that had Legend's face on the butt.
Legend's headshot was outlined by a heart.
Teigen captioned the picture saying, "We get...really random stuff sent to the house."
Was Eminem Diagnosed with the Coronavirus
Somebody has sick jokes, literally.
This month rapper Eminem was rumored to be the first celebrity to be diagnosed with coronavirus.
Of course, this info had social media buzzing and drove people to Snopes.com.
The good news is that Eminem did not contract the coronavirus.
According to Redditt, this joke was taken from Eminem’s Lose Yourself song, which says, His palms are sweaty, knees weak, arms are heavy. There’s vomit on his sweater already, mom’s spaghetti.
What happened to 30,000 lbs of leftover Super Bowl food?
After the Lombardi trophy was awarded to the Kansas City Chiefs and the dust settled on Super Bowl LIV, that was the end of the story, right? Wrong!
While fans certainly ate up what was a thriller of a game, they did not eat up all the food at Miami's Hard Rock Stadium.
ESPN reports more than 30,000 pounds has been donated to the Miami Rescue Mission, the BrowardOutreachCenter, Broward Partnership for the Homeless, Lotus House Shelter, and Camillus House.
It included beef tenderloins, barbecue chicken, wings, ribs, and even plates. Officials say it will help feed around 20,000 people.