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David Harbour delivers “season’s beatings” as Santa Claus in ‘Violent Night’ trailer
Violent Night – check out the first trailer below.The actor, best known for roles in Stranger Things and Marvel’s Black Widow, takes on a weary, vengeful version of Saint Nick in the action-comedy directed by Tommy Wirkola (Dead Snow, Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters).A synopsis reads: “When a team of mercenaries breaks into a wealthy family compound on Christmas Eve, taking everyone inside hostage, the team isn’t prepared for a surprise combatant: Santa Claus is on the grounds, and he’s about to show why this Nick is no saint.”Violent Night is written by Patrick Casey and Josh Miller (Sonic The Hedgehog), and also stars John Leguizamo (Carlito’s Way) as leader of the mercenaries, Ben, and Beverly D’Angelo (American History X) as the matriarch, Gertrude.The film is produced by 87North, the production company founded by director David Leitch and Kelly McCormick, which has previously worked on action films Nobody and Bullet Train starring Brad Pitt.The film is set to have its world premiere at New York Comic Con on October 7. It will be released in cinemas worldwide on December 2, 2022.Harbour is set to star in a film adaptation of the PlayStation racing game series Gran Turismo, helmed by director Neill Blomkamp (District 9, Elysium).
Janette Manrara - Amy Dowden - Kimberley Walsh - Aston Merrygold - Rochelle Humes - Christmas Eve - Kimberley Wyatt - JLS’ Aston Merrygold marries long-term love Sarah Lou Richards after more than decade together - metro.co.uk
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JLS’ Aston Merrygold marries long-term love Sarah Lou Richards after more than decade together
Aston Merrygold married his long-term partner, Sarah Lou Richards. The JLS singer has been with the professional dancer for over a decade and they have two children together, Grayson Jax, four, and Macaulay Shay, two. Now, the happy couple have announced that they tied the knot, by posting a black and white picture of their hands, showcasing their new wedding rings. The newlyweds captioned the joint Instagram post ‘Husband and Wife’, before singing it off with ‘#MrandMrsMerrygold.’Aston, 34, and Sarah Lou, 36, got engaged on Christmas Eve in 2017, and were originally set to get married in 2020. Yet, like many others, their special day was postponed due to the Covid pandemic. Aston’s bandmates, friends and family rushed to congratulate him and Sarah on their happy news. His bandmate, JB Gill wrote: ‘Beautiful! Love this news and HERE for the floating! Welcome to the club Team Merrygold!’ with a string of heart eye emoji. This Morning presenter Rochelle Humes – and wife of fellow bandmate, Marvin – simply put: ‘Dream team.’ The Pussycat Dolls singer Kimberley Wyatt said ‘it’s about damn time’ with a laughing face emoji, before adding ‘all the love,’ and It Takes Two’s Janette Manrara said: ‘Wow!!! Congratulations!’  They were joined by Girls Aloud star Kimberley Walsh, Strictly Come Dancing’s Amy Dowden and musician Izzy Judd who all offered their congratulations too. Earlier in the year, Aston – who met Sarah Lou in 2012 when she worked as a backing dancer on the JLS tour – had teased that he was in full ‘wedding planning mode’, but did not confirm the date of their nuptials. ‘Our date’s in there.
Christmas Day - Christmas Eve - Raymond Briggs dead: Legendary author and illustrator who created The Snowman dies aged 88 - express - Britain - Scotland - county Sussex
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Raymond Briggs dead: Legendary author and illustrator who created The Snowman dies aged 88
Raymond's work is always remembered on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day in the UK, as The Snowman has become a TV accompaniment to the special day in many households.His creation was considered to have fitted perfectly with the Howard Blake soundtrack, featuring the iconic track 'Walking In The Air'.Meanwhile, the statement from his family gave an insight into the heartwarming family atmosphere the author had experienced throughout his life.It revealed: "He lived a rich and full life and said he felt lucky to have had both his wife Jean, and his partner of over 40 years Liz in his life."The statement continued: "He shared his love of nature with Liz on South Downs Walks and on family holidays to Scotland and Wales."He also shared his sense of fun and craziness with his family, and with his family of artist friends - at get-togethers, fancy dress parties, and summer picnics in the garden."He was also a fan of playing practical jokes - and was a good sport when it came to being the pranked one."All of us close to him knew his irreverent humour," the statement explained.It added: "This could be biting in his work when it came to those in power."Raymond's family also confirmed that he would be "deeply missed" by his step-children and step-grandchildren, who loved him dearly.He spent the final weeks of his life in hospital, but is said to have received excellent care."His family would like to thank all of the team on Overton Ward at Royal Sussex County Hospital for their kind and thoughtful care of Raymond in his final weeks," the statement clarified.Meanwhile, Francesca Dow, the Managing Director of the children's category at Penguin Random House, also gave a fond statement.She described Raymond's books as "picture
Kate Middleton - Tom Walker - Christmas Eve - Of Cambridge - Tom Walker opens up on chaotic Kate Middleton performance with only one hour rehearsal - dailystar.co.uk
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Tom Walker opens up on chaotic Kate Middleton performance with only one hour rehearsal
Kate Middleton to perfect their performance of his hit For Those Who Can't Be Here.Talking on Saturday Kitchen to host Matt Tebbut as he rustled up a tasty-looking lasagne dish for the chart-topper Tom admitted their flawless rendition of the track at Westminster Abbey last year was achieved with very little preparation.Tom, 30, also confessed that the Duchess Of Cambridge told him their duet was her first time playing with another musician in seven years as they prepared for the stunning performance which was part of the Royal Carols Christmas special service which aired on ITV on Christmas Eve last year. READ MORE:ITV viewers in tears as 'brilliant' Kate Middleton plays piano at Royal CarolsTalking to BBC star Matt about the event - where Kate accompanied his vocals on the piano in a candlelit performance - he admitted feeling in awe of how talented she was.He said: "It was just mad really. You know when you look up sometimes in your career and you're like 'how's this happened, how has this come about,' and that was one of those moments."It was surreal to be a part of that and to have the Duchess playing one of my songs, on piano, to be accompanied by her."Tom also confessed he was concerned that things may not go to plan after their rehearsal when it wasn't as "perfect" as he had hoped for.He explained: "She was amazing.
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