Just when you thought Fast and Furious couldn't get more daring, screenwriter Chris Morgan has said that the film series might see Vin Diesel's Dominic Toretto and the gang travel to space one day. In an interview with Polygon, veteran Morgan – who has written seven of the nine outings within the franchise, including the upcoming spin-off Hobbs and Shaw – admitted that "nothing’s out of the question" when asked whether we could see our heroes operating rocket ships instead of cars in the future. "It just has to be cool and it has to be good," he explained. "You know, that’s the thing. I would say nothing is off-limits as long as we can stay on the right side of keeping the audience engaged."
Liam Payne was spotted leaving rumored girlfriend Naomi Campbell's apartment in New York on Friday (15Feb19). The couple has been reportedly dating since December (18), and the Strip That Down hitmaker jetted out to meet up with Naomi, 48, shortly after they attended the BAFTA afterparty she hosted for Vogue at at Annabel’s in Mayfair, London. It was the first time the pair had been seen together publicly, though they avoided being photographed and left the exclusive London members' club minutes apart. The 25-year-old was papped sneaking out of the side door of Naomi’s Manhattan apartment building the day after Valentine’s Day, and carried a suitcase as he climbed into a waiting car, according to British newspaper The Sun. A source told the outlet that Liam has been wooing the supermodel with secret dinner dates and sexy private messages on Instagram. "Liam thinks she's amazing and beautiful, and has said their time together has been mind-blowing," they added. "He can't believe his luck." The unlikely couple first sparked speculation of a budding relationship when they exchanged a series of flirty messages on Instagram. Commenting on a steamy black-and-white photo of Liam, Naomi wrote: "Beautiful Soul." Liam quickly replied, "Takes one to know one," with a kissy face emoji. And on a photo Naomi shared of her showing off an incredible afro hairstyle as she prepared for the Louis Vuitton show during Paris Couture Week, the Strip That Down singer wrote: "Perfection in a person... don't give me those eyes." Naomi has reportedly previously dated Quincy Jones, Prince Albert of Monaco, Mike Tyson and Usher, and was most recently linked to grime star Skepta. Meanwhile, Liam split from Cheryl, the mother of his 22-month-old son Bear, in July (18) after more than two years together.
America's most lovable James Corden learned the hard way that not everything is a laughing matter. On Friday night The Late Late Show star hosted a glittering star-studded amfAR Los Angeles Gala honoring Julia Roberts—and while captaining the charity event, the funnyman couldn't help but to throw a few jabs at disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein, who has been accused of both assault and rape. But many people of the Internet didn't think his words were so funny and the entertainer faced some serious online backlash for his remarks. The Brit took to Twitter on Sunday to apologize, writing, "To be clear, sexual assault is no laughing matter. I was not trying to make light of Harvey’s inexcusable behavior, but to shame him, the abuser, not his victims. I am truly sorry for anyone offended, that was never my intention."
Queen's 1975 hit Bohemian Rhapsody has become the first pre-1990s music video to reach one billion plays on YouTube. The six-minute long promo, which is often hailed as a pioneering example of the music video, hit the milestone over the weekend. YouTube bosses claim it is the first song released before the 1990s to make the milestone. To celebrate, the band is releasing a newly remastered high definition version of the clip on their YouTube channel on Monday and are also launching a project titled You Are the Champions, allowing fans the opportunity to take part in three new user-generated videos. "We are honoured that Bohemian Rhapsody has just hit one billion views on YouTube," bandmates Brian May and Roger Taylor said in a statement posted on their website. Inviting fans to take part in their new project, they added: "We want to thank you all and celebrate with our amazing fans all around the world by creating three new music videos to our songs, all featuring you! Whether you are a musician, singer, dancer, visual artist or you just want to have some fun. Go to www.youarethechampions.com to find out more and we'll see you on the road somewhere." Their initiative allows singers and instrumentalists to submit their take on Bohemian Rhapsody, dancers can work on a video for Don't Stop Me Now, and visual artists have been asked to design any word or phrase from the lyrics to A Kind of Magic. Queen's YouTube channel will feature the finished fan videos later this year. The band's already immense popularity received a boost following the success of their biopic, also titled Bohemian Rhapsody, which debuted last October, made more than $900 million (£720 million) at the box office and won four Oscars, including a Best Actor prize for Rami Malek's portrayal of frontman Freddie Mercury.