David Beckham is taking his cameo in director Guy Ritchie’s upcoming King Arthur: Legend of the Sword seriously. He has made quite the transformation. Beckham shared a preview of his look on Instagram on Tuesday, showing off his rotting teeth and scarred face.
Pharrell Williams’ childhood will be the subject of a new musical. “Atlantis” will tell a Romeo-and-Juliet-style story set in Virginia Beach, Virginia, where Pharrell grew up.
I guess there is such a thing as too much Ed Sheeran! A woman in the UK, will be jailed for eight weeks following noise complaints that a judge ruled caused domestic disturbances. According to the complaint, Sonia Bryce played the same Ed Sheeran song, “Shape of You” on loop for hours on end. Her neighbour cataloged the disturbances and collected CCTV footage to prove that Bryce had “displayed ungovernable animosity” with her behaviour.
Calvin Harris has announced a new single titled “Heatstroke” that features Ariana Grande, Pharrell Williams and Young Thug. The track is Calvin’s second high-profile collaboration of 2017; last month he released the single “Slide,” which featured Frank Ocean and Migos.
Alec Baldwin totally fell for Tina Fey once upon a time. Baldwin told Vanity Fair, “When I first met Tina Fey—beautiful and brunette, smart and funny, by turns smug and diffident and completely uninterested in me or anything I had to say—I had the same reaction that I’m sure many men and women have: I fell in love,” he says in the article, which is an excerpt of his book, Nevertheless: A Memoir. He once asked if Fey was single, and then he found out she was married. Baldwin also reveals that what has become one of his signature roles – his impression of Donald Trump on Saturday Night Live – almost didn’t happen. “When [SNL producer] Lorne [Michaels] called me and asked, ‘Do you want to do this?,’ I said, ‘No, I don’t want to be Trump on TV!’ Because anytime you do any kind of mimicry, it’s of somebody that you appreciate,” Baldwin, who’s hosted SNL a record 17 times throughout his career, writes. “I didn’t hate Trump. I just didn’t want to play him. But Tina and Lorne pushed me, so I finally said yes.” April’s issue of Vanity Fair hits newsstands Thursday, March 30th. Nevertheless: A Memoir is due out this month from Harper.
Can you believe it’s almost been 40 years, since the movie Grease came out? Before accepting the Icon Award at the Fame Awards in Las Vegas, Newton-John hinted at a reunion to The Mirror: “We are thinking up ways. Nothing to announce yet. Forty years anniversary of Grease, which I can’t believe. Time goes so fast. It is so exciting.”
Sony / Marvel is dropping its second official trailer for Spider-Man: Homecoming, due out in July. Compared to the first trailer dropped in December, this one packs more action, with Tom Holland as Spidey and Robert Downey Jr. as Stark bringing in the fun.