The D-List: Tom Cruise Finally Goes To A Movie Theater, and more!

Tom Cruise Snuck Inside A London Theater To Watch "Tenet"

When you are a recognizable figure like Tom Cruise, it's hard to sneak into anywhere.

Cruise managed to do it.

He is in London filming the latest Mission Impossible movie. Cruise wanted to go see Tenet. He made a video of his trip to the theater.

The clip showed us around London as Cruise wore a mask in the back of a cab. He arrived at a theater and watched the film. At the end of the movie, he said, "Great to be back in a movie theater everybody."

A HarryPotterTheme Park Is COMING—and It Will Be 30,000 Square Miles of Pure Magic

Good news for Harry Potter fans, a new theme park celebrating the world of wizards is set to open. 

The HarryPotterTheme park will consist of 30,000 miles of magical fun. Potterheads can see how the sets for the movies were built, original costumes and props will be on display and fans can watch movie scenes. 

Dining at the Harry Potter theme park will be fun with one restaurant made to look like the Hogwarts dining hall. 

If you want to experience the Harry Potter theme park, be sure to save your money as it will be located in Tokyo on the grounds of the ToshimaenAmusement Park. The Harry Potter theme park is set to open in 2023.

Netflix Releases Documentary 'Making The Witcher'

Netflix might have just figured out the formula for infinite content - make a show, then make a documentary about making the show.

The streaming giant has just put out Making The Witcher, a 32-minute documentary on the Henry Cavill-starring hit series The Witcher.

The doc takes you behind the scenes of the series, from casting to choreographing fight scenes - and of course, the origin of that "Toss A Coin To Your Witcher" song.

Netflix is already working on season 2 of The Witcher, which it hopes to premiere in 2021.

Bella Thorne Earns $1 Million On OnlyFans In 24 Hours

Bella Thorne joined OnlyFans for research purposes. She wound up making a load of money.

Thorne racked up $1 million in the first 24 hours after she signed up for the service. In the first week, Thorne is up to $2 million.

She told The L.A. Times that she joined OnlyFans to do research for an upcoming movie.

Thorne said, "What are the ins and outs? What does a platform like this do to its users? What’s the connective material between your life and your life inside the world of OnlyFans? ... How can it change your life for the worse and the better? How far are you willing to go, and how far do you WANT to go?"

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