Captain Marvel is out in just one week. If you are anxiously waiting to see the film, you can now have fun browsing the official site of the film.
Set in the mid-90's, the film has gotten a truly fun site that perfectly represent the great retro look from the 90's. Animated GIFs, rainbow colors and of course a counter are some of the nice features of this site.
Jussie Smollett's career is over. That's now a certainty. The "Empire" actor will probably forever regret to have staged a false attack on him, using the color of his skin as well as his sexual orientation in order to try to get a national coverage and advance his career.
We learned that Smollett has paid the two Nigerian brothers... $3,500 to participate in this staged attack. According to the Chicago police, Smollett was dissatisfied with his salary and wanted to use this event to get media attention to his personal benefit.
Chicago police has arrested Smollet this morning and has made a press conference, which you can watch below in its entirety.
Once again, watching his interview on Good Morning America after the facts is quite an experience:
And one thing is certain, Smollett is one hell of a good actor.
HBO released just an hour ago the first (and probably only) trailer of the shocking documentary Leaving Neverland, telling the stories of both Wade Robson and James Safechuck and their relationship with the famous singer Michael Jackson.
Watch it below:
The four-hour two-part documentary will air on March 3 and 4.
Last month, we reported that "Empire" actor Jussie Smollett had been brutally attacked in a possible hate crime. Just a couple of weeks into it, the truth is shifting against Smollett.
The two brothers who were arrested and were believed to have attacked Smollett have been released, after saying that Jussie Smollett actually paid them to stage an attack on him. Sources from within the Chicago police told CNN that one of the two brothers was the personal physical trainer of Smollett.
Following this shocking twist, you will probably watch at below interview in a different matter:
While the investigation is still ongoing, if this is true, this is probably the end of Smollett's career.
As you probably know by now, at TVore.com, we love movies and books. Therefore, we couldn't pass the chance to share with all of you the new trailer of the movie Tolkien, a biopic based on J.R.R. Tolkien's early life.
Produced by Fox Searchlight Pictures, Tolkien explores the formative years of the orphaned author as he finds friendship, love and artistic inspiration among a group of fellow outcasts at school. This takes him into the outbreak of World War I, which threatens to tear the “fellowship” apart. All of these experiences would inspire Tolkien to write his famous Middle-Earth novels.
One thing is certain. Michael Jackson was the King of Pop. There is a before and an after Michael Jackson. While you may like or dislike his music, there is no denying that he had a major influence on pop culture.
But as we all know, behind the powerful music and swift dance moves, Michael Jackson had to face many demons, starting with an abusive father, Joe Jackson, that forever traumatised the artist. As an example, when Joe Jackson discovered that his son was self-conscious about his nose, he started to call his own son "Big Nose." This led to a series of drastic plastic surgeries that forever disfigured the artist, to the point that he had to wear a prosthesis covering a hole surrounded by some bits of cartilage.
Becoming a worldwide celebrity, Michael Jackson not only altered his own face, but started to create his own world too, in the form of the infamous Neverland ranch, a vast estate filled with toys, animals, that became his own private amusement park. Jackson openly loved children and ended up spending his time with children instead of adults, to such an extent that some children would spend their nights in Michael Jackson's own bedroom.
While Jackson claimed his entire adult life that nothing happened with these children, he also had to face decades of allegations saying that he sexually abused kids. And he also confirmed that he actually spent many nights in the same bad as those children but that he never molested any child.
Next month, a new explosive documentary will be released on HBO, that will provide a different telling ont his story. Titled Leaving Neverland, the movie tells the story of Wade Robson and James Safechuck, two former young friends of Michael Jackson, who now tell a very dark side of the artist, claiming that he was, simply said, a pedophile.
Here is an interview (not part of the documentary) of Wade Robson, who became a famous choreographer, revealing that Michael Jackson was a pedophile:
Directed by Dan Reed, the four-hours long documentary premiered at the Sundance film festival and depicted graphic sexual abuse against underage boys. It will air on March 3, 2019 on HBO.
As we reported yesterday, Liam Neeson made the news when he shared a story that took place forty-years ago, when he walked around black neighbourhoods hoping to find a "black bastard" to unleash his hatred, after learning a friend of his was brutally raped by a black man.
Listen to it here:
While Neeson tried to explained himself in an exclusive interview on Good Morning America, the controversy keeps getting momentum, to such an extent that the red carpet will be removed from the premiere of his new film Cold Pursuit. The screening will still take place though.
On a more interesting note, it is important to mention that the actor did not get caught in a gotcha-type question, neither did he face any outside revelation. He simply shared a dark incident that took place in his life in an honest way.
The problem is that we live in an era where social media plays a fundamental role. You cannot hide anymore. Everything sticks. And while there has always been celebrities that were loved before being hated, the level is much more profound these days and it will probably not change anytime soon.
The question remains. Will Liam Neeson's career fade away simply because he shared a controversial moment in his life? Can public figures show honesty even if it does not please the media? While we won't answer those questions, we can only reflect on what's happening and regret that the media (including social media) can, at times, be much more violent than justice itself.