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Moments Where Joseph Quinn *Totally* Had Us Acting "Normal"
When Joseph Quinn scored the role of Hawkins' loud, eccentric and lovable leader of the Hellfire Club, Eddie Munson (I know the town hated him but we loved him so their opinion is irrelevant), it's probably fair to assume the Londoner never expected that it would be the role to catapult his popularity. Not only did his character become so beloved despite only having about 42 minutes of screen time in season five of Netflix's Stranger Things, but Quinn also found himself catching the hearts of a worldwide following like they were Pokémon.
Top Moments That Had Us Loving Luke Thompson
When Bridgerton first premiered on Netflix back in December 2020, there was no denying that we would inevitably fall for the handsome faces starring in the series. And while everyone was [rightfully] swooning over Simon Basset, played by Regé-Jean Page, Anthony Bridgerton, played Jonathan Bailey, etc... there was one character that went a bit under the radar. The dashing, artistic, poetic and all-around charming Benedict Bridgerton, played by Luke Thompson.
7 Childhood Songs That Were Wildly Inappropriate: Part 2
It's been a while since I published Part One of this (5 years, but who's counting) and naturally, with the state of well *motions generally* everything, I felt like going on a little trip down nostalgia lane. I don't know about any one else but trust me when I say, it was either using this as a distraction or screaming into the void. As you can imagine, this sounded like the much more pleasant option.
Stranger Things Fans Really Want Eddie Munson To Return For Season 5
*Warning: There are mahoossive spoilers in this post, so if you haven't seen the season four finale yet and don't want it spoiled, best not continue reading. Instead: Bookmark this page, go watch the episode, no seriously go now! And then come back to the article for the laughs.*
Rihanna Inviting Johnny Depp to the Savage+Fenty Show is Actually a Good Thing
When Johnny Depp took the stand back in April, he expressed how he "lost nothing short of everything" when he was falsely accused of domestic abuse. Every day and every time he tries to move on with his life, like clockwork, the internet doesn't fail to prove him right.
After 6 Years, Johnny Depp Finally Told His Truth and Won
SIX years. May 27, 2016. That’s how long it’s been since the inception of a lie was born and destroyed Johnny Depp’s life. A lie that his ex-wife, Amber Heard planted when she filed for divorce and then walked into a Los Angeles courtroom to obtain a temporary restraining order from her husband, claiming that he had been abusing her.
Media is Still Lying To Us About Johnny Depp
Despite livestreams and facts being presented in real time, media and a certain group online are using social media to spread fake information pertaining to the Johnny Depp's defamation trial, currently taking place in Fairfax Virginia. Now, am I shocked at all by this? Honestly, no.
The 2 Lads Podcast: A Different Kind of Conversation
I'll preface by saying, podcasts have never really been something that has sparked my interest. In all honesty, I’ve only really subscribed to two in the past – the last one was actually the Ricky Gervais podcast with Stephen Merchant and Karl Pilkington. So yeah, it's been a while since any new podcast series has sparked my curiosity.
Amber Heard Hasn’t Been Fired from Aquaman 2 and No one’s Happy About It
So initially I told myself I wasn’t going to write about this topic anymore because it felt like I was just screaming speaking into the void but you better believe that decision changed after learning yesterday that Aquaman 2 had begun filming and that Amber Heard would be in it.
Part 5:People Need To Start Taking Johnny Depp's Allegations Against Amber Heard Seriously
It’s been a while since I’ve touched on the Depp vs. Heard situation but I’m back, and here to bring the latest updates that have come to light since my last post. Some of this might be news you’ve already read but I think it bears repeating anyway. Here we go.
Anti-Valentine's Day: A Playlist Dedicated to Self Love
I have never been one who would describe themselves as a romantic. Blame it on the countless rejections, and crushes who embarrassed me in school (that’s a whole other story) but romance has never been my cup of tea. Ironically, I have been known to cuddle up with super cheesy romantic comedies from the nineties or tearjerker from time to time, because why not watch something that shows me what I could have – and still don’t – while I eat my sorrows in popcorn and sipping good wine.