Brad Pitt reveals a chipped tooth at the UK premiere of Bullet Train
The actor, 58, unveiled a chipped tooth on Wednesday evening as he attended the UK premiere for his new thriller Bullet Train at London's Cineworld Leicester Square.The actor, 58, beamed for snaps on the 'white' carpet - showing a slight dent in his right front tooth.
Jameela Jamil and her boyfriend once missed a train because he was laughing so hard at her “pathetic” attempts at running. © Provided by BANG Showbiz ‘The Good Place’ star revealed she had an abortion to show support for the women who would be affected by the tightening restrictions on abortion in Georgia and other US states in 2019. She believes that having a termination was the best decision for her because she "wasn't ready emotionally or psychologically". She said: "I had an abortion when I was young, and it was the best decision I have ever made. Both for me, and for the baby I didn't want, and wasn't ready for, emotionally, psychologically, and financially."
The 36-year-old actress stars as Titania in upcoming Disney+ series ‘She-Hulk: Attorney At Law’ but admitted she had previously avoided auditioning for Marvel projects because she felt so self-conscious about the way she moves at speed, so it took the intervention of lead director Kat Coiro to “convince” her to try-out.
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She said: “Originally, I avoided Marvel auditions because I look quite pathetic when I run.
“A boyfriend of mine and I once missed a Eurostar because he’d stopped to laugh so much at my run. And so it made me feel very self-conscious.
“Kat called me directly to try to convince me because I had missed both rounds of the auditions for any part and I’d just hidden like a coward.
However, Jameela admitted Kat “lied” to her and told her she wouldn’t have to get involved in anything physical.
Gallery: 'I'm a fraud! Oh god, they're on to me! I'm a fraud!'?The stars who suffer from Imposter Syndrome (BANG Showbiz)
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These multi-talented celebs have all earnt their place at the top of their art and the awards and adulation have followed. But despite their impressive achievements, stars like Lady Gaga, Maisie Williams and even Tom Hanks often doubt their talent and feel like complete and utter frauds, it’s a feeling that’s described as Imposter Syndrome. Find out which stars have struggled with this issue...
The ‘Game of Thrones’ actress, best known as Arya Stark in the fantasy series, starred in one of the biggest shows in the history of TV, but that hasn’t stopped her from battling imposter syndrome. She said: “I think even being an actress for over a decade now, I still have imposter syndrome. Where you're asking yourself, 'Oh, is this really what I'm supposed to be doing?’”
Natalie Portman danced her way to a Best Actress Oscar at the 2011 awards for her portrayal of a schizophrenic ballerina in the psychological thriller ‘Black Swan’. But despite being honored with the highest accolade an actress can earn in Hollywood, Portman has never felt good enough. Reflecting on her time at Harvard at the Harvard event in 2015, Natalie said: “Today I feel much like I did when I came to Harvard Yard as a freshman in 1999. “I felt like there had been some mistake, that I wasn’t smart enough to be in this company, and that every time I opened my mouth I would have to prove that I wasn’t just a dumb actress.”
She’s known as the ‘Spanish Enchantress’ outside her native county, but the Academy Award winner doesn’t see herself in the same light. Cruz always fears she will get fired every time she starts a new project as she doesn’t think she’s good enough. She said: “I feel every time I’m making a movie, I feel like if it was my first movie. “Every time I have the same fear that I’m gonna be fired. And I’m not joking. Every movie, the first week, I always feel that they could fire me!”
Despite being more than a quadruple threat, the actress, comedian, writer, producer and playwright feels like a complete and utter fraud! She said: "The beauty of the impostor syndrome is you vacillate between extreme egomania, and a complete feeling of, 'I'm a fraud! Oh god, they're on to me! I'm a fraud!'
With a career that has spanned five decades and a filmography that includes 'Scarface', 'The Witches of Eastwick', 'Batman Returns' and 'Ant-Man and the Wasp' and many more, you'd think Michelle Pfeiffer would be secure about her acting talents. But Michelle was plagued with self-doubt, especially when she started out. Pfeiffer, now 64, said: "I think it comes from not having a background of formal training, you know, in the beginning. “And I think when I started out, a lot of actors were coming out of Juilliard and I was just this young person from Orange County, kind of just getting by on my instincts purely and I think, for the longest time, I felt like it wasn’t really enough and maybe didn’t give me the credibility and maybe because I had to find my technique as I went along. That I didn’t sort of start from a real secure place.”
Ellie’s hit songs like ‘Lights’, ‘Love Me Like You Do’ and ‘Burn’ have earned her global chart success, but imposter syndrome almost led Ellie to sabotage her entire career. She said: “I know I chose this job but nothing could have prepared me for the ups and downs that come with it. “I know for sure that a lot of my anxiety has come from what they call ‘imposter syndrome’, not believing in myself enough and thinking that I don’t deserve happiness, which results in wanting to sabotage my own success.”
Lifestyle blogger Zoe Sugg, better known by her YouTube moniker Zoella, has racked up more than 10 million subscribers on her channel. But the self-made millionaire had doubts over everything she achieved. She said: “I have major imposter syndrome at the moment! “I’m constantly doubting everything I’ve achieved, everything I’m working on business wise and everything I’m working on in my personal life! “It’s such a peculiar feeling and nothing I do seems to make it ‘less so’.”
The former First Lady didn’t always feel she was deserving of her career as a lawyer and later as a prominent charity campaigner and women of influence. Michelle - who is married to history making former President, Barack Obama - said: "I had to overcome the question ‘am I good enough?’. “It’s dogged me for most of my life. Many women and young girls walk around with that question in their minds. “I overcame that question the same way I do everything – with hard work. "I decided to put my head down and let my work speak for itself. I felt like I had something to prove because of the colour of my skin and the shape of my body, but I had to get out of my own way. “It never goes away. “It’s sort of like ‘you’re actually listening to me?’ It doesn’t go away, that feeling of ‘I don’t know if the world should take me seriously; I’m just Michelle Robinson, that little girl on the south side who went to public school’.”
She added to Total Film magazine: “She totally lied about the role – there’ll be no action.”
V/Line passengers stranded for four hours on way to Melbourne left hungry and out-of-pocket
V/Line's CEO says a four-hour delay for 100 passengers aboard a train to Melbourne is "embarrassing", with a damaged boom gate at Geelong affecting 55 services.Matt Carrick told ABC South West Victoria's Breakfast program he was "embarrassed by the situation", which saw a damaged boom gate in Geelong affect 55 services and leave passengers on one train train stranded for four hours.
But with a series of the show under her belt, Jameela thinks her run is now slightly “less embarrassing” and she’s now in better shape than ever.
She said: “My run is vaguely less embarrassing [now].
“I had to learn jiu-jitsu and martial arts. And I had to learn how to also do that sometimes in the air, which was really fun. I got to learn how to use a harness.
“I am honestly the world’s most epic couch potato. Such a Brit. Built like a flump!
“But it was insane. I became very strong and muscular for a while.”
The ‘Good Place’ actress previously claimed she pulled out of a “giant action movie” because she didn’t want to run.
She said: "I want to do the things I've never seen South Asians do. But I don't want to be a superhero, because I hate running. I pulled out of a giant action movie last year because I didn't want to run.
"I have no business being in an action role--I know my limits. There's another Asian out there I'm making space for, and she can come in and do that. She can run.
Morgan criticises Arteta's idea to play Liverpool anthem in training .
Amazon Prime Video teased the imminent release of the All or Nothing series featuring the north London side with a clip of Arteta gearing his players up for a daunting trip to Anfield. Arteta previously commented that Anfield was the only stadium in his career 'where he felt stuck' and the 40-year-old decided to pull out all the stops to help his side's chances.