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).
Ben Affleck has come out in defence of Meryl Streep, following her stunning Golden Globes speech, in which the iconic actress took on President-elect Donald Trump.
Twitter has taken a stand against online trolls and bullies by finally banning one of the platform’s most notorious and outspoken users. Conservative writer, and Breitbart tech editor, Milo Yiannopoulos - aka @Nero -has had his account permanently suspended along with a number of other trolls following a racist attack on comedian and actress Leslie Jones, the star of the new ‘Ghostbusters’. Jones found herself bombarded with racist abuse on Twitter earlier this week and appealed to the social platform to take a stand against the abuse. Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey responded directly to Jones and his company issued a statement overnight saying it would “take faster action on abuse” promising to “prevent repeat offenders.“ Reuters reports that Twitter said it had seen an “uptick” in the number of accounts violating its “abuse and harassment policies” over the last 48 hours and had begun issuing warnings and suspending users.
Ever wondered what globally renowned actor Tom Hanks gets up to in his spare time? Well if his Twitter account is anything to go by, it seems the ’Bridge of Spies’ star wants to be a Lost and Found officer. The hugely likeable and talented actor has, for reasons unknown, decided to use his Twitter account as a database of sorts whereby he asks his followers (all 11.6 million of them) to reunite owners with their lost property.
According to Twitter, DiCaprio’s Academy Award for Best Actor has become the social network’s most tweeted minute from the Oscars, of all time. Of course, the aforementioned photo quickly went viral during the 2014 Oscars, when host Ellen Degeneres invited celebrity pals to take a quick selfie… and almost broke the internet when it was posted online. “The moment Leonardo DiCaprio finally took the best actor prize was the most tweeted moment of an Oscar telecast ever according to data from Twitter,” they explained.
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.
For months everyone’s been speculating over what we will see in Marvel’s ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2′, directed by James Gunn and starring Chris Pratt. During a Twitter Q and A, Gunn was asked about the mystery over who his pops is, as well as which new villain will feature as the film’s antagonists. Another interesting question posed by a fan on Twitter asked if more than one actor had been cast - implying the father and villain could in fact be the same person.
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
It’s going to be a long weekend for meteorologist Justin Abraham, whose Twitter handle bears a similarity to that of the man responsible for ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’. Abraham, whose handle is @JJAbraham, has been inundated with messages on the social media platform from well-wishers believing him to be director JJ Abrams. On Twitter Abraham said: “People… I am NOT JJ Abrams.
There’s no denying that ‘Inside Out’ has been a huge success and return to form for Disney Pixar. Having amassed $832 million and received rave reviews across the critical board, it’s left some speculating over Pixar’s second film of 2015, ‘The Good Dinosaur’, with some convinced it’ll be overshadowed by the movie set inside a little girl’s mind. It appears Peter Sohn’s tale of when dinosaurs continued to rule the Earth after that meteor narrowly missed might not require any premature sympathy.
Early reviews for Delevingne’s lead role in young adult adaptation ‘Paper Towns’ have generally been good. Its critic said, “[the] badly miscast Delevingne communicates nothing to suggest the sway she holds over her lovesick admirer.
James Woods is suing a Twitter user for $10 million (nearly £6.5 million) after he was branded a ‘cocaine addict’ on the social network. - Mia Farrow slammed for tweeting Lion Killer’s address - Worst Star Wars Changes - Odd Movie Tops Actor Poll The star of movies like 'Casino’ and 'Once Upon A Time In America’ filed the suit against the user called 'Abe List’. In a reply to a tweet about the media and its priorities, Abe List replied: “Cocaine addict James Woods still sniffing and spouting.” The complaint filed by Woods says that he 'is not now, nor has ever been, a cocaine addict, and AL had no reason to believe otherwise’.