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Chris Hemsworth reacts, reposts remake of “Extraction” by Ikorodu bois

Earlier today, we made the report of how a popular Nigerian Instagram comedy group who are known for their almost-perfect recreation and mimicking of celebrity videos and some hollywood movie trailers, were recognized by the American Directors and film-makers, The Russo Brothers.

While their recreation of the trailer got the attention of the russo brothers who reacted to the clip by promising them a premiere invite to the sequel, the star actor of the movie, Chris Hemsworth also reacted to it.

huge shout out to these amazing young film makers @ikorodu_bois for recreating @extraction trailer shot for shot! I think your version might be better than the original !!

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Justin Bieber Sues 2 Social Media Users Accusing Him of Sexual Assault for Defamation

According to the docs … Bieber did attend the event, but went to a private after-party afterward where he stayed until almost 4 AM, then hit up a hot dog stand. Bieber claims there is photographic evidence and several witnesses to this … and he calls the 2:30 AM allegation made by Kadi an “impossibility – a poor, but damaging, fabrication.”

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Stop sending me love proposals or I will tell your wives – Princess Shyngle tells married men

Popular Gambian actress, Princess Shyngle, has issued a stern warning to married men who slid into her DM.

The actress said that married men slid into her DM to ask her out on a date. She threatened to screenshot the messages and send it to their wife.

She made this know while sharing a sultry photo on her verified Instagram page.

“If you’re a married man and you mistakenly slide into my dm asking me out or even complimenting me I’m going to screenshot it and send it to your wife. I’m not joking, I’m about to dm a few wives with a screenshot of their husband on my dm 🙄🙄🤪 . CEO @snatchedbyprincess”, she captioned the photo.

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Matthew Morrison speaks out on Lea Michele’s alleged behavior

Matthew Morrison has broken his silence on Lea Michele’s alleged behavior on the set of “Glee.”

“I honestly think it’s a distraction of the bigger issues that are going on right now,” he said on FUBAR Radio’s “Access All Areas.” “It’s kind of like, ah.”

Morrison, who played the head of the glee club, Mr. Schuester, then appeared to shade Michele, 33, saying everyone should be kind.

“You want to be a good, pleasant person to be around,” he continued. “That’s about all I’m going to say on that.”

The 41-year-old Morrison’s comments come weeks after former “Glee” actress Samantha Ware came forward and accused Michele of committing “microaggressions” against her after Michele tweeted about the Black Lives Matter movement. In the aftermath, other stars who have worked with Michele on Broadway and behind the scenes blasted her for how poorly she treated them.

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Michele, who is expecting her first child with husband Zandy Reich, apologized on Instagram, saying she was learning to focus on how her “behavior towards fellow cast members was perceived by them.”

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Reese Witherspoon didn’t know about gay people until moving to L.A

Reese Witherspoon admits that she had no idea what being gay was while growing up in Nashville, Tennessee.

“No one spoke to me abut sexuality when I was a teenager,” the 44-year-old actress revealed during a conversation with Regina King for Variety. “I didn’t understand what homosexuality was. My grandparents didn’t explain it; my parents didn’t explain it.”

“I had to learn [about it] from somebody I met on an audition in Los Angeles,” she added.

The Oscar winner reflected on her Southern upbringing when she appeared on Chelsea Handler’s show in 2006.

“I grew up, obviously, in the South and there is amazing, wonderful connectivity and people are loving and communitive,” Witherspoon said. “But there is a tiny aspect of it, people [that] use parts of the Bible in order to express their intolerance and their hate and they manipulate it.”

Currently, the actress and producer can be seen in the Hulu series “Little Fires Everywhere.” She told Variety the show “incorporated some of the conversation I had with my grandmother” after Witherspoon’s move to LA into her character Elena Richardson’s lines.

“She said: ‘Homosexuality is very rare, Reese. That’s not a thing that happens very often.’ And we put it in the script,” Witherspoon said.

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