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Warren & Faye Back to Together At The Oscars!!

March 2, 2018

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will invite more than 2,000 lucky members of public to take part in their wedding day in May, according to a new announcement. Charity workers, school children, and community leaders “from every corner of the United Kingdom” will greet the royal couple at Windsor Castle on May 19, according to Kensington Palace. “Prince Harry and Ms. Meghan Markle have said they want their wedding day to be shaped so as to allow members of the public to feel part of the celebrations too,” according to the official statement. “This wedding, like all weddings, will be a moment of fun and joy that will reflect the characters and values of the bride and groom.” But an invitation won’t be all that easy to come by. Twelve hundred members of the public will have to be nominated, with a preference for “young people who have shown strong leadership and those who have served their communities.”


In a humorous Twitter exchange between Marvel Studios and Robert Downey Jr. yesterday, Marvel announced that Avengers: Infinity War would be moved up from its original May 4 release date, to April 27.


After the real-life disaster at last year's Oscars, the Academy feels the best way to make sure the proper people accept the award for Best Picture -- bring back the ones who screwed it up! Warren and Faye both just showed up at the Dolby Theatre and rehearsed the big moment. We're told they were shuffled onstage together very quickly to run through their bit.  They went through their lines twice. She began by saying, "Presenting is better the second time around,"  Beatty followed up with, "The winner is 'Gone with the Wind.'"

John Krasinski once saved a drowning woman’s life. John Krasinski officially became an action hero when he signed on to play a globetrotting C.I.A. agent in Jack Ryan, but it turns out he was saving lives around the world before he became famous. In a recent interview, Krasinski opened up about saving a woman’s life while he was living in Costa Rica as a teenager — a story he said he’s never shared publicly. He spent six months in the Central American country after he graduated high school. He lived with a Costa Rican family who helped him with his Spanish and worked as an English teacher, “so it was anything but a cool, pura vida Costa Rica experience,” he joked. “One of the places I went was this amazing beach called Manuel Antonio that I didn’t realize had an insane riptide,” he explained. “While I was swimming there — this is a story I’ve never told anybody — this Costa Rican girl and an American guy were swimming right next to me, and we were knee-deep. I went underwater for a second, and when I came back up he was screaming at the top of his lungs. Literally in three seconds the girl had been swept 150 yards out.” Fortunately, Krasinski’s mother was a lifeguard and had taught him to swim from a very early age. “In that moment, I didn’t ask anyone. There was no one to help me. I just went out and tried to save her,” he said.




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