Oscar-winning actress Kate Winslet set a new record for holding her breath under water while filming a scene for “Avatar: The Way of Water.” She managed to hold her breath for an impressive seven minutes and 47 seconds, beating actor Tom Cruise’s previous record of six minutes, which he set while filming a sequence for “Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation”
It was announced by UFC that former mixed martial arts fighter, Stephan Bonnar, has died at the age of 45. Bonnar played a significant role in the UFC’s growth into the dominant promotion in the sport. Bonnar, who was originally from Indiana, died on Thursday from “presumed heart complications while at work,” according to a statement from UFC on Saturday.
Actress America Rodriguez is preparing to welcome her first child while also launching a new TV comedy called “Not Dead Yet” in February. In an interview with People, Rodriguez shared her thoughts on juggling pregnancy with a new show. She said, “That’s what life is. It’s everything, everywhere, all at once, right? I love that movie, but also the title
Ariana Grande, a popular singer, recently said “Thank you, next” to a home in Montecito, California. According to recently registered records on PropertyShark, the 29-year-old singer, best known for her hits like “Into You,” “No Tears Left To Cry,” and “Bang Bang,” as well as for serving as a coach on “The Voice,” sold the historic English Tudor-style house for
(LOS ANGELES) — “Avatar: The Way of Water” sailed to the top of the box office in its second weekend, grossing what studios estimate to be a strong $56 million in North America on Sunday — a sign that the sequel may stay afloat into the new year and approach the massive expectations that greeted its release. James Cameron’s digital
The winter edition of the Red Sea Jazz Festival will take place from February 23-25. The event will feature an international lineup of artists, including Spanish pianist Chano Dominguez, Italian trumpeter Flavio Boltro, and Israeli saxophonist Eli Dejibri, who will pay tribute to the late French pianist Michel Petrucciani. American singer Jazzmeia Horn, known for her win in the Thelonious
The Largo in Los Angeles was the site of a special musical event this week, as Inara George and Greg Kurstin, known as the Bird and the Bee, took the stage to cover 10cc’s hit song “The Things We Do For Love,” with Jack Black and Kyle Gass of Tenacious D providing backing vocals. 10cc, comprised of Godley, Crème, and
Actor Tamara Braun has announced that she will be leaving the popular NBC soap opera Days of our Lives (DOOL) after almost two years in her most recent run on the show. Braun, who plays the role of Ava Vitali, confirmed her exit in a post on Instagram, thanking fans for their love and support and inviting them to watch
Chicago Med is currently in its winter hiatus and will not have new episodes until 2023. The show recently added T.V. Carpio as a new character, Dr. Grace Song, who is brought into the hospital by Jack Dayton, who recently gained a controlling interest in the hospital. Showrunners Diane Frolov and Andrew Schneider have also hinted at the possibility of
The Mariah Carey holiday special, “Mariah Carey: Merry Christmas To All,” is a two-hour concert that will air on Tuesday, December 20 at 8 p.m. ET. The concert will be available for live streaming on FuboTV, Paramount+, and other services. The special, which was filmed in New York City, will feature Carey performing several of her holiday hits, including “All
Sonya Eddy, best known for her role as Epiphany Johnson on the ABC soap opera “General Hospital,” has died at 55, according to Variety. Frank Valentini, the executive producer of “General Hospital,” said in a statement, “I am heartbroken about the loss of the incredible Sonya Eddy. I truly loved her not only as an actress, but as a friend.
After a string of delays over thirteen years ” Avatar: The Way of Water,” the sequel to the most-successful film ever it’s finally in cinemas and has been a huge success, earning $17 million from previews at the box office in the US. James Cameron’s underwater “Avatar” follow-up is projected to earn $150 million to $175 million during its first weekend,