Entertainment 20 famous actors and their first roles ever
Kris Jenner leads birthday tributes to True Thompson
Kris Jenner has led tributes to Khloe Kardashian's daughter True on her third birthday on Monday (12.04.21). © Bang Showbiz Tristan Thompson, Khloe Kardashian and daughter True (c) Instagram The daughter of Khloe Kardashian and Tristan Thompson marked her third birthday this week and Khloe's mother Kris shared a sweet message for the little one, admitting she "can't wait" to celebrate with her. She wrote on Instagram: "Happy third birthday to our beautiful, sweet, kind, loving, precious True!! You are such an incredible blessing and it brings me so much joy to watch you grow.
Liam Payne has been sticking to lockdown rules like the rest of the UK.
But ahead of his BAFTAs performance this weekend, the One Direction star, 27, was seen heading out for rehearsals, sporting a rugged new look.
Liam was seen waiting to rehearse in a white muscle Tee, with long shaggy hair and a beard.
The singer seemed pensive as he strolled around the set, his tattooed arms folded.
Adam Wingard signs up for ThunderCats film
'Godzilla vs. Kong' filmmaker Adam Wingard signs up to write and direct a 'ThunderCats' movie.The 'Godzilla vs. Kong' filmmaker will write the script with his 'You're Next' collaborator Simon Barrett, and he'll be at the helm of the Warner Bros. adaptation of the classic 1980s animated series.
Liam often sports a cleaner cut look, at one point having a buzzcut and going clean-shaven.
His new hair is reminiscent of former bandmate Harry Styles, who once sported similarly long tresses.
Liam is set to perform at the 2021 British Academy Film Awards using augmented reality to create an avatar which will stream on viewers' phones.
Hugh Jackman and Laura Dern board Florian Zeller's The Son
Florian Zeller's follow-up to 'The Father' will see Hugh Jackman and Laura Dern co-star as exes with a troubled son.The director has lined up his follow-up to multi Oscar-nominated 'The Father', which focuses on Peter (Jackman) as his busy life with new partner Emma and their baby is thrown into disarray when his ex-wife Kate (Dern) turns up with their teenage son, Nicholas.
The singer will take to the stage at the Royal Albert Hall on Sunday as part of the awards, which will take place over the weekend on BBC One.
In a world-first, Liam will be recorded live and beamed to fans in the UK on their mobile phones via the AR app The Round.
On the night, the star's body, facial movements, and live audio data will be instantly transformed into 3D animations to create the immersive experience.
He will be wearing a motion capture suit containing sensors that pick-up his every movement, and a specially designed headset that tracks his facial and vocals.
This data will be live-synced and transmitted in real-time for fans across the UK to experience the performance live through their phones, anywhere they are.
The platinum-selling artist, who has sold more than 23million singles since going solo, will then be joined by his avatar as a hologram on stage as he performs.
Tamsin Greig pays tribute to Friday Night Dinner co-star Paul Ritter
The actress, 56, paid a heartfelt tribute to her Friday Night Dinner co-star Paul Ritter, following his death from a brain tumour on Monday, aged 54. The actress, 56, who played his on screen wife in the Channel 4 sitcom, praised his 'enormous courage and effort' for filming in a drama alongside her just weeks before he died.In a poignant piece for the Guardian, Tamsin also described her pal as 'heart-stoppingly hilarious', before declaring that 'the world is a less brilliant place without Paul in it.
Ahead of his performance, Liam said: 'To be able to perform live via my very own Avatar blows my mind a little bit!
'I'm really excited for everyone to see what we've been working on. The strides in tech at the minute are phenomenal and I can't wait to see what we'll be doing next.
'For now, this Sunday, you can take a first-look at my EE BAFTA performance, delivered by my real life Avatar live in your kitchen, bedroom, on the bus or at the park…see you there.'
Last month, it was announced that Dermot O'Leary, Clara Amfo and Edith Bowman are set to host the BAFTAs as bosses unveiled their plans for a virtual 'celebration of talent'.
The trio will host a ceremony spread over two nights on 10 and 11 April, with all nominees accepting their prizes virtually due to the Covid pandemic.
In a statement bosses confirmed they're hoping the weekend will be a 'celebration of talent' despite the ongoing pandemic, after announcing their most diverse list of nominees in the awards' 74-year history.
Clara will first present the EE BAFTA Film Awards Opening Night on Saturday 10 April, where eight of BAFTA's 17 awards will be presented.
Dermot and Edith will then host the second night of the BAFTAs on Sunday 11 April where the main acting awards will be presented, including the sought-after Best Film and Best British Film.
Margaret Cho relished working with John Travolta in Face/Off .
Margaret Cho loved the experience of working alongside a "modern day king" of Hollywood in John Travolta on the 1997 action flick 'Face/Off'.The 52-year-old actress starred as Wanda, a colleague of FBI agent Sean Archer, in the 1997 action flick and she dubbed the 'Grease' star as a "modern day king" of Hollywood.