Dublin-based artist Stephen Duignan took to Twitter to point out the many ways in which Disney has transformed — for the worse — movies like "Cinderella" and "Sleeping Beauty," all in an effort to "enhance" them for the high-def era.
When she's not busy hammering trolls into the ground on Twitter, J.K. Rowling likes to take time to interact with her fans. She did it again on Monday.
Director Bryan Singer has deleted his Twitter account, and articles previously reporting accusations of sexual assault have disappeared from the internet, according to reports.
Rose McGowan’s Twitter account has been suspended for violating Twitter’s rules, McGowan said in an Instagram post. “Twitter has suspended me,” she wrote. “There are powerful forces at work. Be my voice.” The actress has been vocal on the platform in recent days regarding the recent sexual harassment allegations surrounding Harvey Weinstein. She settled with Weinstein […]
The first thing you’ll probably notice when visiting Val Kilmer’s Twitter account is one of the actor’s colorful abstract paintings. The nostalgic anecdotes (most begin with the word “Once”) are kept brief, due to Twitter’s 140-character limit, and are written not unlike poems (unsurprisingly, Kilmer is also a poet).
In an embarrassing exchange on Twitter, actress Rebel Wilson has slammed a journalist branding her “total scum”, but it seems she’s attacked the wrong person. Awkward. During an irate Twitter rant, the ‘Bridesmaids’ star decided to shame a journalist who she believed had been harassing her grandmother. If your name is Elizabeth Wilson and you work for ACP Magazines, just know that you are a disgrace for harassing my sweet, sick grandma. — Rebel Wilson (@RebelWilson) February 26, 2016 She even went as far as to share a photo of the woman she thought had been causing her family member grief, but was quickly shut down when users began to inform her she’d gotten the wrong person, with Wilson pointing the finger at Elizabeth Wilson, Features Editor of House & Garden magazine.
The death of legendary actor Alan Rickman, aged 69, has drawn tributes from around the world. The star of ‘Die Hard’, ‘Harry Potter’ and ‘Love Actually’ lost his battle with cancer on Thursday, sending shockwaves through his legions of fans, with famous names taking to social media to share their grief