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Does Johnny Depp Deserve a Role In Fantastic Beasts?

Does Johnny Depp Deserve a Role In Fantastic Beasts?

Celebrity, Entertainment, Film & TV
After a controversial year for Johnny Depp, many Harry Potter fans are outraged at his new role of Grindelwald, prompting the question, does an actor’s career deserve to be affected by their personal life? Reporter: Hannah Grafton | Sub-Editor: Andrew Whiteford Grindelwald probably isn’t a name you’re particularly familiar with unless you’re a fan of the Harry Potter franchise. Johnny Depp, on the other hand, is a name that nearly all of us are familiar with. On Wednesday, it was announced that Johnny Depp will almost definitely be playing the character of Grindelwald in the Harry Potter spin-off Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. Known for his outlandish personality and plethora of extraordinary roles, Johnny Depp has been on of the most recognisable and in-demand actors in Hol

Entertainment Weekly Has Just Released Exclusive Pictures From Beauty and the Beast

Celebrity, Entertainment, Film & TV
Here’s why millions of people can’t wait for the adaptation of the 1991 Disney classic. Reporter: Marta Szymborska | Sub-editor: Martina Di Gregorio  1. The film has already stolen the hearts of millions of fans with its record-breaking teaser trailer. The 1’26’’ long video (which features no sign of the cast) was seen 91.8 million times within the first 24 hours of release. 2. The live-action musical starring Emma Watson as Belle is due to come out in March 2017. This not only means that the three-year wait will soon be over (the film was announced in 2014) but most importantly - we’ll hear Miss Watson (aka Hermione Granger) sing. 3. The cast includes Emma Watson, Dan Stevens and Luke Evans with the voices of Ewan McGregor as Lumiere and Emma Thompson as Mrs. Potts. It has bee

Netflix to Release an Asperger’s Documentary

Entertainment, Film & TV
We all think living with person with autism is hard. But how many of us really know anything about the disease? Or know anyone with it? Reporter: Natalia Sokolowska | Sub-Editor: Martina Di Gregorio All four members of Asperger’s Are Us, a sketch troupe, have autism spectrum. Noah Britton, Ethan Finlan, Jack Hanke and New Michael Ingemi have been performing together since 2010 and are about to finish their journey. The documentary shows them preparing for the stand-up show. They have been performing together for six years and their goal is to make people laugh proving that disabilities don’t define you. Mark Duplass, the producer, said "It's fascinating how self-aware they are. Because they're in a generation where Asperger's is known. They know who they are. They're aware of who t

Sofar Sounds: When Music Becomes Magic Again

Entertainment, Music
Discover new London locations, new bands as well as spend a night in someone’s living room, sitting on the floor and relaxing, sparking your love of live music again. Reporter: Martina Di Gregorio | Sub-Editor: Chelsea Jobe Are you a broke millennial? Tired of people talking and recording during a gig? Sofar Sounds is exactly what you need. Sofar Sounds was founded in 2010 by Rafe Offer, Rocky Start and Dave Alexander when they became tired of people being disrespectful during concerts. What they did was bring a group of friends to a house and let them play music. After six years, Sofar Sounds has reached 281 cities and millions of people’s homes, and discovered artists such as Bastille, Hozier and James Bay. It’s fun, intimate, and slightly spontaneous. Sofia Loporcaro, an