Entertainment Rose Byrne won't return for X-Men: Dark Phoenix

11:20  07 february  2018
11:20  07 february  2018 Source:   bangshowbiz.com

Rahm enjoying huge crowds at Phoenix Open

  Rahm enjoying huge crowds at Phoenix Open The Phoenix Open always boasts one of the most party-like atmospheres on the PGA Tour, and Jon Rahm appreciates the change of pace. "I think it's just lots of fun to be able to play in front of this many people," Rahm said after his round. "It's the closest we get to other sports when we get cheered on, especially if you hit a shot like I did and then you get to make the putt, right, it's so much fun to be able to experience those things. So, I try to embrace them, I try to enjoy it as much as I can that's why I tried to do something special on 16.

Rose Byrne confirms that her character Moira MacTaggert will not be returning for Simon Kinberg's upcoming X - Men : Dark Phoenix . Bad news X - Men fans, Rose Byrne won ' t be appearing as Moira MacTaggert in the upcoming X - Men : Dark Phoenix .

Speaking to CinemaBlend at the Peter Rabbit press junket, Rose Byrne confirmed that her character Moira MacTaggert, CIA agent and erstwhile love interest of Professor X, won ' t be returning for the upcoming installment of the newest X - Men film series. X - Men : Dark Phoenix is slated for a Nov.

Rose Byrne © Bang Showbiz Rose Byrne

Rose Byrne won't be returning for 'X-Men: Dark Phoenix'.

The 38-year-old actress has confirmed that her character Moira MacTaggert won't be appearing in the next instalment of the movie franchise but she is looking forward to see how Jessica Chastain - who will play an unknown character that is being referred to as Smith - will fare in the upcoming movie.

She told CinemaBlend: "Unfortunately, Moira is not showing up. I wish she was. I had such fun on 'X-Men: Apocalypse'. I love that cast. It is a really fun, what do you call it? Superhero film ... ensemble, exactly. I can't wait to see what [Jessica Chastain] does, 'cause I'm such a fan."

Jordan Spieth misses cut at Phoenix Open

  Jordan Spieth misses cut at Phoenix Open World number three Jordan Spieth missed the cut for the first time in 259 days at the Waste Management Phoenix Open in Arizona, Golf.com report. Needing to birdie the last to have a chance of making the cut, the three-time major winner, missed a long putt for the chance to finish on level par overall. Fellow Americans Rickie Fowler and Bryson DeChambeau had no such problems, with the pair both carding a second round of 66 to co-lead on 10 under at the halfway stage. Spieth, 24, was heckled twice by fans during his two rounds, and refused to talk to the media after his disappointing first round of 72. The second shout from the crowd came at the most important time, on the 18th green with Spieth needing to hole the putt in order to give himself a chance of making the weekend stage. Spieth’s playing partner, and good friend Justin Thomas, criticised the crowds heckling. “That girl just yelled right in Jordan’s downswing, there’s just no place for that.

Rose Byrne won ' t be returning for X - Men : Dark Phoenix . The actress plays Moira MacTaggert in the franchise and previously starred in First Class and Apocalypse (although she did sit out for Days of Future Past)

The upcoming X - Men : Dark Phoenix is set to bring back much of the cast from the new series of films in the franchise, but one notable character won ’ t be back. Speaking with CinemaBlend, star Rose Byrne confirmed that she will not be back as Moira MacTaggert in the film.

Meanwhile, Rose previously insisted that men still get better acting roles but she is glad to have seen "some changes" have been made.

She said: "Most things I read, I still would much rather play the guy. There have been some changes, but I wish there was more ...

"You gravitate to where you want to go, but so much is out of your control. I was doing all of this really heavy, dramatic stuff, and I just needed a break ... You have to be aggressive in this business. You have always got to push for what you want. Working with Glenn [Close, on 'Damages'], she was the hardest worker ever. She was constantly pushing."

And Rose had slammed the movie industry for being "forgetful and unforgiving".

She shared: "It helps you see how far you've come: from living on unemployment in LA in my early 20s until now. And it's a great way to do that to yourself and help you to be grateful to be working. It's really important. But for my life, every day is still every day. It accumulates slowly in that sense. It's just you looking at yourself in the mirror, if you know what I mean? So it's a strange thing to quantify. This business is such a forgetful and unforgiving one so I'm always a true skeptic about any grandiose statements about my career."

Derrick Rose clears waivers; now what? .
Rose was waived by the Jazz on Saturday, just two days after joining Utah via a trade from the Cavaliers. According to the report, no team has yet to make Rose a firm offer despite some interest from around the league.The report also noted that the Wizards considered acquiring Rose after John Wall's knee surgery but are also looking into other players, including fellow guard Ty Lawson. © Getty Images Derrick Rose However, Marc Stein with The New York Times noted teams could wait until after the All-Star Break to give Rose a chance.

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