Download Trending Hollywood News Today: Squid Game actor Park Hae-Soo is the latest celeb to join BTS ARMY, George Clooney on his near-death bike accident and more
Trending Hollywood News Today: Squid Game actor Park Hae-Soo is the latest celeb to join BTS ARMY, George Clooney on his near-death bike accident and more
It’s that time of the day when we present to you our trending Hollywood news today. Park Hae-Soo, BTS, Park Hae-Soo, George Clooney, Matthew McConaughey, Adele, George Clooney and others are a part of our top Hollywood news today. So read on to know more about today’s Hollywood newsmakers.
Squid Game actor Park Hae-Soo is the latest celeb to join BTS ARMY
Park Hae-Soo, who played the role of contestant number 218 in Squid Game, is the latest celeb to join the BTS ARMY. In an interview with Variety, he revealed that he knows a lot of BTS and is a huge fan of the K-pop band.
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Freida Pinto dances with her new-born baby Rumi-Ray
Freida Pinto took to Instagram to share a video in which she can be seen dancing with her new-born baby Rumi-Ray. She called him her dancing partner for life. The video will make you instantly happy.
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George Clooney on his near-death bike accident
Hollywood star George Clooney thought he would die in his 2018 motorbike crash and said he was frustrated that people stopped to film him on the ground instead of helping. The 60-year-old actor-director flew over the handlebars of his bike when a car turned in front of him while riding in Sardinia, Italy, in 2018, and was convinced he would die in the aftermath, reports femalefirst.co.uk. He said: “I was waiting for my switch to turn off. I’m fine now.”
Grammy winning-singer Adele’s ’30’ enjoyed the biggest opening numbers of any blockbuster album in 2021, as expected, with 839,000 album-equivalent units, according to an announcement by Billboard Sunday night. Her big premiere beats the previous mark set by Drake’s ‘Certifiable Lover Boy’ when it bowed with 613,000 back in September, reports variety.com.
Matthew McConaughey won’t run for Governor of Texas in 2022
Hollywood star Matthew McConaughey has decided against throwing his hat into the ring to be elected the next Governor of Texas. The actor made the announcement on Sunday through a video posted to his official Twitter account, reports variety.com. “Over the past two years, I’ve been working on the answer to the question of how I can be most useful in this life going forward… One category of service I’ve been exploring is politics. I’ve been considering a run for the governor of Texas,” McConaughey said in the clip.
(With inputs from IANS)
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