Asda is to buy the majority of EG Group's UK and Ireland operations in a deal worth over £2bn.
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that revealed her lingerie—and growing baby bump—beneath.This week on a trip to Tokyo, the singer wore a similar LBD—this time from her own Savage x Fenty line. The dress, which goes on sale on June 1, has a bodycon silhouette, crafted from geometric-print mesh. Customers got a glimpse of the unreleased product—as modelled by Rih—on the Savage x Fenty Instagram feed.
She styled it with a leather jacket, sunglasses and embellished pumps.This content can also be viewed on the site it from.The look is the latest of many fashion-forward maternity ensembles the singer, who is pregnant for a second time, has worn. Her Tokyo wardrobe thus far has included a vintage Fendi Baguette bag, a jersey dress, a floral Comme des Garçons skirt and her cherished Timberland boots. She also packed the fuzzy bubblegum-pink coat from Martine Rose’s autumn/winter 2023 collection.She basically kicked off at least three of spring's biggest trends.By Bodycon outfits have become a pregnancy signature for the star.
From her Met Gala after-party look to her , her key accessory is confidence. Rihanna’s directional approach to maternity style keeps the world on its toes.This article first appeared on .By GlamourBy GlamourBy Alice CaryBy Alice CaryMore from GlamourSee More Stories© 2023 Condé Nast. All rights reserved.
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Leo Barraclough International Features Editor “Perfect Days,” which world premiered in Competition at the Cannes Film Festival, is reminiscent – in some ways – of “Groundhog Day,” but whereas in the latter film Bill Murray’s character, Phil, is trying to escape the repetitive nature of his existence, in Wim Wenders’ film the protagonist, Hirayama, is “embracing it,” the German director tells Variety. Both films show the lead characters waking at the same time each morning, but whereas, in “Groundhog Day,” Phil is awoken by an alarm clock, in Wenders’ film, as he points out, Hirayama, played by Cannes best actor winner Koji Yakusho, “wakes up on his own, or he wakes up because there’s an old lady brushing the street outside, always on time. He doesn’t need an alarm clock. He doesn’t even own one.” There is a sense that this is a man in harmony with nature, and at peace with his existence, rather than wrestling with it.
Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello continue to heat up rumours of their rekindled romance.
like Rihanna.On May 23, the “Diamonds” singer poked a bit of fun at the popularized by the likes of Gwyneth Paltrow and Succession's Shiv Roy by rocking a 9-carat pearl-shaped diamond toe ring, which is estimated to be worth around $1 million, according to . Jewelry expert Maxwell Stone of also told the publication that the pearl shape diamond is “believed to symbolize the empowerment and independence of the wearer,” making it the "perfect choice for a global superstar like Rihanna.”“Quiet luxury,” Rihanna captioned the clip, which features the singer walking in a pair of sparkling heels to show off the unexpected accessory. This content can also be viewed on the site it from.It's likely Rihanna recorded the short clip the same day she wore her feathered Chanel look, featuring a white feathered mini-dress with a matching jacket and hat from the fashion house's 1994 collection.
Some bad blood, after all? Taylor Swift released a brand new song on a deluxe version of Midnights — which seemingly hints at the reasons behind her split from ex Joe Alwyn.
Longtime Russo Brothers partner Mike Larocca is leaving the filmmakers’ studio AGBO that he co-founded at the end of this year, Deadline has confirmed. As the Co-Founder and Vice Chairman of AGBO, Larocca focused on creative development and production.
Cannes Film Festival on Thursday, he is a modest toilet cleaner – and this gentle, philosophical character study is all the more mesmeric for it.The 77-year-old director’s fictional work has been overshadowed by his documentaries lately, but his new film, a fictional work which sometimes resembles a documentary, is a significant return to form for the director who won the Palme d’Or in 1984 for “Paris, Texas.” It begins by introducing us to the middle-aged Hirayama (Koji Yakusho) as he wakes up alone in his small flat. Once he’s cleaned his teeth, trimmed his moustache and spray-misted his plants – yes, no detail is spared – he puts on a boilersuit with “The Tokyo Toilet” printed on the back, buys a can of coffee from the machine by his building, and drives his blue van through the city’s forest of skyscrapers to the first of several public toilets he is due to clean.He treats every one of these as if it’s a royal throne, even using a small mirror – the kind that’s usually seen in bomb-disposal thrillers – to check for dirt that might be hidden from view.
over 11 seasons, an indomitable walker-killing mom and onetime leader of the Hilltop Colony, is venturing into NYC with Negan (former Alexa cover star Jeffrey Dean Morgan), the reformed baseball bat-wielding maniac and killer of Maggie’s husband, Glenn (Steven Yeun). It’s an inspired pairing, and things are gonna be awkward: In the “Walking Dead” finale, Maggie tells an apologetic Negan she can never forgive him.For a performer who’s spent more than a decade steeped in fictional death and destruction — yes, the walking dead on the show can be metaphorical, but also, there’s a lot of killing — Cohan really comes alive talking about the experience.
Joe Otterson TV Reporter Michelle Randolph and Jacob Lofland have joined Billy Bob Thornton in the upcoming Taylor Sheridan series “Land Man” at Paramount+, Variety has learned. In addition, Variety has learned exclusively that Ali Larter will star in the series as well. Per the official logline, the series “is set in the proverbial boomtowns of West Texas and is a modern day tale of fortune seeking in the world of oil rigs. The series is an upstairs/downstairs story of roughnecks and wildcat billionaires fueling a boom so big, it’s reshaping our climate, our economy and our geopolitics.” It is based on the podcast “Boomtown.” Randolph will star as Ainsley Norris, described as “the wild and strong-willed seventeen-year-old daughter of Tommy Norris (Thornton).” Lofland will play Cooper Norris, “Tommy’s son, who is new to the demanding work in the oil and gas fields of west Texas.” Larter will play Angela, Tommy’s ex-wife.
Six By Nico is all set to open a second site in the city centre. The ‘affordable’ bistro chain will be opening up the new restaurant on the corner of John Dalton Street and Deansgate.
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Manic Street Preachers and Suede have announced details of a two co-headline shows in Japan.The gigs, which will take place in November, come off the back of the ’90s icons’ joint tour of the United States, which came in late 2022. They were also touring partners in the 1990s.Speaking ahead of that tour, Suede frontman Brett Anderson said: “I can’t think of a band I’d rather share a stage with than Manic Street Preachers.“They have long been an inspiration to us, and I know there are thousands of Suede fans who feel the same.
Owen Gleiberman Chief Film Critic In “Black Flies,” a movie that keeps working to get high on its own intensity, Sean Penn and Tye Sheridan play paramedics who spend their nights driving through hell (I mean, Brooklyn). There are countless shots of the two in their EMS van, riding along under the tracks of an overhead subway train — the exact kind of grungy Brooklyn boulevard that Popeye Doyle went smashing through in the famous “French Connection” car/subway chase. As Rut (Penn) and Cross (Sheridan) patrol the borough neighborhood of Brownsville, one of the poorest and most crime-ridden sections of New York City, those overheard tracks become part of the film’s meticulously oppressive visual design. The two have so little breathing room they can barely see the sky. After a while, though, you start to think: Don’t these guys everdrive down a side street? Like everything else in “Black Flies,” those subway tracks are stylish signifiers of doom that are a little too in-your-face.
is out, RiRi has decided to further bless us with photos from her 2022 maternity shoot, when little RZA was still in utero. The Grammy winner posted an extensive carousel of pics from the shoot on , along with a caption that is equal parts light-hearted and touching. “Here’s a little series I call ‘Rub on ya titties,’” Rihanna jokingly began.
Black Flies,” the Sean Penn and Tye Sheridan film about emergency medical first responders, smacked the Cannes Film Festival in the face with a brutal world premiere on Thursday. Splattered brains, dead dogs, an addict giving birth with a needle dangling from her arm — these and a litany of other horrors confronted Penn and Sheridan, who play veteran and rookie paramedics, respectively, at the New York Fire Department. Interestingly enough, the black-tie screening at the Grand Palais enjoyed the dose of reality, giving the film a five-minute standing ovation. “We carry the misery,” a weary Penn tells Sheridan in the film of their chosen profession. That’s an understatement, as chaos unfolds neighborhood by neighborhood in a portrait of an unforgiving city.
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The Masked Singer is back!
Billie Eilish and The Neighborhood's Jesse Rutherford. ET has confirmed they've broken up after less than a year of dating.«We can confirm Billie and Jesse did split amicably and remain good friends,» their reps told ET in a statement. «All cheating rumors are false.
EXCLUSIVE: Tye Sheridan is launching his new production company, Dogwood Pictures with its debut film, Black Flies, is set to play in competition at the 76th Annual Cannes Film Festival. Directed by Jean-Stéphane Sauvaire, the pic reunites Sheridan with Sean Penn after over a decade since Malick’s The Tree of Life. Sheridan first became involved with the film in 2018 and continued on throughout the film’s execution and release.
Billie Lourd is remembering her late mom, Carrie Fisher, on Mother's Day. The actress took to Instagram on Sunday to share an emotional tribute to the beloved star.Lourd shared a throwback photo showing herself and her mom standing side-by-side in a meditative yoga prayer pose and captioned the post with some reflections on her mom in honor of the special day.«Even though I’ve been a mom for almost 3 years and now have 2 kids of my own the first thing I think of when I hear happy Mother’s Day is her,» Lourd, 30, wrote in the caption. «Even though it’s been over 6 years since she died, when I first wake up, this still feels like her day — not mine.