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- Fans DEMAND A Stranger Things 'Musical' As A Season 4 Episode After Millie And Sadie's Clip
"We deserve a Stranger Things musical episode." A fan tweets. Who knows? It might actually happen. 3 August 2019 by Fonticha Tran Stranger Things' stars Millie Bobby Brown (Eleven) and Sadie Sink (Max), shared an Instagram clip of themselves singing as Elsa and Anna from Frozen, and fans absolutely loved it. Check out the amazing clip here. We think we can all agree that the two actresses can clearly sing well. And let's not forget the fact that the rest of the Stranger Things cast can also sing. After all, Finn Wolfhard and Gaten Matarazzo have their own bands, Calpurnia and Work In Progress, respectively. And they, alongside Noah Schnapp and Caleb McLaughlin, sung 'The Upside Downs Medley' with James Corden on The Late Late Show with James Corden. Oh, and don't forget Millie's Beat Battle with Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Now, fans are demanding a musical episode with the Stranger Things' cast: And it wouldn't be odd if an episode was dedicated to a singing special. After all, it's been done before. Yep. Uh, Riverdale's 'Chapter Thirty-One: A Night to Remember' episode? Buffy the Vampire Slayer's 'Once More, with Feeling' episode, How I met Your Mother's 'Girls Versus Suits' episode, and finally, Flash and Supergirl's crossover episode 'Duet'. Looking at the list, Stranger Things could take a page from the Riverdale's musical episode since it's centred around a school production. Maybe Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) wants to get some normal school experience and decides to try out for the school production? And maybe Mike and the rest of the gang join too for support? It's definitely within the realm of possibility! Not to mention, Stranger Things already had a small musical number. In the last episode of Stranger Things' season three, Dustin (Gaten Matarazzo) sings a duet with Suzie (Gabriella Pizzolo) in order to get Suzie to tell him Planck's Constant. The song they sang is the beloved theme song to The NeverEnding Story. And fans loved it. The clip of the two of them singing has gained over 7.7 million views on YouTube, and it's still being spread all over social media. Even Millie hopped onto the trend by challenging fans to the #NeverEndingChallenge. (Read more here). And who knows? If a musical episode were to happen, Eleven and Mike could become as iconic as High School Musical's Troy Bolton (Zac Efron) and Gabriella Montez (Vanessa Hudgens). At least some fans are already comparing the pair with the picture below: Perhaps someone could start a petition? ...After all, the Stranger Things' official Twitter do respond to fans. Read More: Millie Bobby Brown Says ‘Mike Wheeler’ Is The Perfect Boy Read More: Millie Bobby Brown's Enola Holmes Is FINALLY HAPPENING! Read More: Stranger Things Fandom Becoming Too TOXIC? Fonticha Tran is a news writer at Exclusive Hollywood and is also responsible for researching and writing news articles. She also keeps track of the celebrities’ on our watchlist while monitoring their social media for any new updates. Fun fact: Besides constantly being on Twitter and reading up on her favourite celebrities' newest tweets, she's busy rewatching Stranger Things and The Umbrella Academy.
- #TaekookersGoingToJailParty Trends And BTS' Fans Get Punished For It
"You pathetic, ungrateful people." An angry fan tweets. #TaekookersGoingToJailParty is trending, and fans are annoyed. 4 August 2019 by Fachana Techamaneewat #TaekookersGoingToJailParty started trending when an exclusive Taekook selca was leaked and spread online after it was posted on Weverse for paid members only. Oof. Wait, what exactly happened? Let's rewind. First of all, Taekook is the ship name for two BTS members, Taehyung (also known as V) and Jungkook. Since they're a popular pairing, BTS' company, Big Hit Entertainment, released an exclusive Taekook selca for paid members on Weverse. Basically, BTS Weverse is an app where members pay $30 a year for exclusive content. It's where BTS members communicate with their fans through selcas and messages. It's also a place for ARMYs to come together to share their love for the group. However, when the Taekook selca was uploaded, it was leaked almost immediately, and fans were posting the image everywhere on social media. And fans knew they were breaking the rules by sharing it, which is why the hashtag #TaekookersGoingToJailParty was trending. Oh, and this has all already happened before. Last year, a Taekook clip was uploaded to BTS Weverse, and the exact same thing happened. The clip trended with #ArmysGoingToJailParty, and when Big Hit Entertainment found out, they suspended the fancafe and stopped releasing content for a period of time. Fans immediately trended #SorryBigHit in the hopes that the company will forgive them. Anyway, despite this situation being the same before, not all fans are taking it seriously. Some fans believe that they deserve to see all BTS content and that they shouldn't be punished because they couldn't afford the membership fees. There are even those who are paid members of the BTS Weverse who are sharing the picture humorously. Then there are those spreading it through Twitter DMs, believing that this would be an exception to the rule. However, some fans have learnt their lesson and are slamming the rest of the fanbase for being so careless. There are even several ARMYs (BTS fans) begging others to stop spreading them. Some ARMYs are arguing that fans who aren't paid members of the BTS Weverse should be happy with the massive amount of content Big Hit Entertainment already releases to all fans, and that they should respect the fact that members who paid for BTS Weverse will get a little extra content. What's the worst case scenario? Well, it would be if Big Hit Entertainment decides to not release any more exclusive content to fans, and that's exactly what ARMYs are trying to avoid. Read More: BTS' Jungkook and Blackpink's Lisa ‘DATING’ According To Nickelodeon?! Read More: BTS Fans DUPED. #HEAR_YOURSELF Trended In Less Than 3 Minutes For Fake Comeback Read More: BTS Fans PISSED at Melanie Joy Fontana for Taking Credit for BTS' Success? Fachana Techamaneewat is a news writer at Exclusive Hollywood and is responsible for researching and writing news articles while providing story updates wherever necessary. Fun fact: On the weekends, she's an avid writer for practically anything. Her current obsession is the Umbrella Academy, and as of now, is writing a book.
- Fans SLAM Maya Hawke AKA Robin For Nepotism
"[The] nepotism is REAL." A fan tweets. "I had no idea Ethan Hawke and Uma Thurman has a child." 1 August 2019 by Fonticha Tran Stranger Things' Scoops Troop's newest cast member, Maya Hawke AKA Robin, is being slammed by fans for nepotism. In a Variety interview, Maya claims she hasn't benefited from it, but fans think otherwise. Yep. So, who are Maya's parents? Well, Maya's father is Ethan Hawke, an American director, writer and actor. Maya's mother is Uma Thurman, an American actress and model. Here's a gist of her father: He's been nominated for 4 Oscars and a Tony Award. His most notable films of this decade include starring in the Before trilogy (all critically acclaimed) as Jesse Wallace, The Purge (2013) as James Sandin and First Reformed as Pastor Ernst Toller. Here's a gist of her mother: She's widely known for being Quentin Tarantino's muse. (Quentin Tarantino is a famous director). Her most notable films of the last two decades include Batman & Robin (1997) as Dr. Pamela Isley/Poison Ivy, Les Misérables (1998) as Fantine and Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief (2010) as Medusa. In fact, Maya's parents have both been very active in the film industry ever since 1985, and they're still active even now. And this means their names go a long way for Maya and her career. So, what's the exact controversy? Well, when it was revealed that Maya landed a role in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (2019), a movie that has a cast of A list celebrities including Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie... ...Fans quickly called her out for nepotism. What's nepotism? Basically favouring someone over someone else due to their family's influence. In Maya's case, fans are saying that she got the role because she has famous parents and good connections. And it's even more suspicious because the director is Quentin Tarantino, which we already mentioned is someone who thinks of Maya's mother as his muse. Quentin Tarantino facts: Won 2 Oscars, 2 Golden Globe Awards and 2 BAFTA Awards. On the Time 100 list for the "world's most influential people", and has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame as "one of the most celebrated filmmakers of his generation." So it seems like in this case, nepotism did help Maya. But nepotism is common in the entertainment industry. It's the fact that Maya denied there was any nepotism involved that fans have an issue with. In an interview with Variety, Maya said: "I just auditioned, like everybody else. [...] I just kind of went through the process like everybody else and maybe at the end, I got an extra tight hug and a wink from Quentin but, I went through it like everyone else." Anyway, this is what fans had to say when they found out about Maya's role in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood: Even now, her father often promotes Maya's work through his social media. In an Instagram post, Ethan Hawke wrote: "Some of you may have missed her in last year’s BBC production of Little Women. Some of you may have missed her work at Juilliard. I know many missed out on numerous high school productions — heck I even missed a few and I’m her father. Some of you may know her music, some may not. But Ladies & Gentleman, get to know MAYA HAWKE. She’s the real thing. #StrangerThings" And he has a pretty decent reach because even celebrities commented on his post. Check it out below: "She sure is!!!!!!!!!! AMAZING!!!⚡️⚡️⚡️⚡️" - Andy Cohen, TV Personality, Talk Show Host of Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen "She’s INCREDIBLE" - Sophie Turner, Game of Thrones "Yes, she is!👏" - Laura Linney, The Truman Show However, some fans are defending Maya by saying that she's an excellent actress in her own right. Check out their tweets below: So, what are your thoughts? Read More: Fans DEMAND Stranger Things Spin-Off 'Scoop Troops'?! Read More: Psycho Fan FINDS OUT ‘Stranger Things’ Finn Wolfhard’s Address - Finn Gets MAD Read More: Millie Bobby Brown Says ‘Mike Wheeler’ Is The Perfect Boy Fonticha Tran is a news writer at Exclusive Hollywood and is also responsible for researching and writing news articles. She also keeps track of the celebrities’ on our watchlist while monitoring their social media for any new updates. Fun fact: Besides constantly being on Twitter and reading up on her favourite celebrities' newest tweets, she's busy rewatching Stranger Things and The Umbrella Academy.
- Fans SLAM Disney's Lion King Live Action: This Isn't Really A Live Action Movie
"How is it a 'live action' remake if 99.9% is CGI?" An exasperated fan tweets. 3 August 2019 by Fachana Techamaneewat When Disney's Lion King live action director, Jon Favreau, tweeted that only 1 out of a total of 1490 rendered shots in the live action was actually real, well, fans were less than impressed. First of all, check out Jon's tweet below: So, it looks like only one shot out of the entire Lion King's live action was real, and the rest were either CGI or animated. And understandably, some of The Lion King's fans weren't happy. Why? And what exactly is a 'live action'? Well, a live action is defined by Cambridge as: "involving real people or animals, not models, or images that are drawn, or produced by computer." So it makes sense when fans didn't think one shot was quite enough. Check out these fans' less than amused tweets below: So, what's the big deal? Does it matter if Disney's Lion King live action is mainly CGI? Well, it's not a big deal that it's mostly animation or CGI. But perhaps it shouldn't have been called a 'live action'. We should give props to the director, though, since Jon actually knew that. In an interview with Slash Film, Jon stated that it was neither 'live action' or 'animated': “Well, it’s difficult because it’s neither, really. Because there’s no real animals and there’s no real cameras. [...] Everything is coming through the hands of artists. But to say it’s animated I think is misleading." It turns out Jon was never trying to hide the fact that it wasn't live action. He'd also told Jimmy on Jimmy Kimmel Live: "People sometimes refer to it as live action because, hopefully, it looks like a live-action film." Either way, Disney produced the Lion King's movie as a live action, and it was even handed over to Disney's President of Production, the person in charge of Disney's live actions. Their works include Maleficent (2014), Cinderella (2015), Beauty and the Beast (2017), Aladdin (2019), etc. It's even speculated by IndieWire that Disney "will likely compete as [a live action] at 2020 Oscars" and "skip an awards campaign for animation". But we don't think it's affecting Disney all that much. After all, Disney's Lion King live action raked in a jaw-dropping $962.7 million in global takings only in its second week of international release. Either way, what are your thoughts? Do you agree with the title? Or do you think they should've dropped the 'live action' from Disney's The Lion King? Read More: Fans SLAM Beyoncé For Her 'Poor' Voice Acting Skills In Disney's Lion King Live Action Read More: Fans Are OUTRAGED Over Disney's Mulan Live-Action Read More: Fans ANXIOUS Over Netflix's The Last Airbender Live-action Fachana Techamaneewat is a news writer at Exclusive Hollywood and is responsible for researching and writing news articles while providing story updates wherever necessary. Fun fact: On the weekends, she's an avid writer for practically anything. Her current obsession is the Umbrella Academy, and as of now, is writing a book.
- Millie Bobby Brown Dances With Noah Schapp To 'Personal' By HRVY - HRVY Responds To It
"Okay, this is so iconic. Please don't delete." A fan tweets. Er, #bestfriendgoals, anyone? 3 August 2019 by Fonticha Tran On July 27, Stranger Things' star, Millie Bobby Brown, uploaded an adorable Instagram clip of herself and Noah dancing to 'Personal' by HRVY. And fans loved it. In the clip, an energetic and happy Millie dressed as Eleven (her character in Stranger Things), dances choreographed moves to the song, 'Personal'. The camera swings to Noah Schnapp also dressed as Will Byers (his character) who continues the dance and finally, Millie finishes it off with a sassy close-up. The video was posted with the description: "Personal - featuring eleven and will byers - song and choreography @hrvy and @loren😻 ." Check it out below: The clip is amusing, and fans loved it. Check out the fans' Instagram comments below: OMGGG FRIENDSHIP GOALS😍😍 IT'S 5HE SWEETEST VIDEO EVER WHAT I SEEN OKAY THIS IS SO ICONIC. PLEASE DONT DELETE 💜 This is the best thing I’ve seen besides stranger things ❤️😂 OMG!! Wish I had friends like you two 😍😍😍 OMFG.I watched it for around 500 times😂😍 Fans are loving how close the two seem to be. #bestfriendgoals, anyone? And Millie and Noah are confirmed best friends. So the choreographed dance is from the latter half of this YouTube clip. The choreographer is actually Kenny Wormald although Millie mistakenly credited Loren Gray who danced the choreography. It's only been a few days, and Millie's clip has already amassed over 13.5 million views. And get this: HRVY was actually one of those millions of viewers. HRVY, the original singer of the song that has over 230 million views on YouTube, commented on Millie's post and said: "Better than the original." Cue the amazed squeals. And that's not all. Loren Gray also commented: "hahah omg i love u." And Netflix UK even dived into the scene, showing support by commenting: "I’ve watched this 11 times already." Anyway, we love that Millie is still keeping fans entertained long after Stranger Things season 3 have been released. After all, Stranger Things season 4 is quite a long way away. And did we mention that Millie also challenged fans to the #NeverEndingChallenge? (Read about it here!) The star certainly knows how to keep fans involved! In the meantime, Stranger Things season 1 - 3 is available to be streamed on Netflix. Read More: Millie Bobby Brown Says ‘Mike Wheeler’ Is The Perfect Boy Read More: Psycho Fan FINDS OUT ‘Stranger Things’ Finn Wolfhard’s Address - Finn Gets MAD Read More: Stranger Things Fandom Becoming Too TOXIC? Fonticha Tran is a news writer at Exclusive Hollywood and is also responsible for researching and writing news articles. She also keeps track of the celebrities’ on our watchlist while monitoring their social media for any new updates. Fun fact: Besides constantly being on Twitter and reading up on her favourite celebrities' newest tweets, she's busy rewatching Stranger Things and The Umbrella Academy.
- Zendaya, Kylie Jenner and Sommer Ray DRAGGED Into A 'Sexist' And 'Offensive' Game In Twitter
"F*ck, Marry, Kill: Zendaya, Kylie, Sommer Ray edition." A Twitter user says. Yep. Unfortunately, it happened. 1 August 2019 by Fachana Techamaneewat A Twitter thread involving the sexist and offensive game, "F**k, Marry or Kill," is gaining popularity, and this time, the choices are Zendaya, Sommer Ray and Kylie Jenner. Wait, what? What's this game? Basically, it's an age-old game where people chooses out of 3 celebrities (or people) who they'd rather sleep with, marry, or kill. Yes. It's a sexist and offensive game, and it includes objectifying the people involved. It's also based purely on looks. And unfortunately, when you search for any of these celebrities on Twitter, i.e. Zendaya, Sommer Ray and Kylie Jenner, it's filled with tweets with people saying who they'll 'f**k, marry, or kill'. And it's very derogatory. Who else remembers the game 'Smash or Pass?' Uh huh. It's a similar game where you look at pictures of people and decide whether you would "smash" (sleep with), or "pass" (not sleep with). It was a trend a few years ago, and almost every YouTuber was doing it. But then people started to slam the game, saying that it objectified people and looked at them as sex objects. And we all know people are more than just their looks, right? So, what message does the game send? That your looks are the only thing that's important? And how does it make the people who weren't chosen feel? ...That they're not beautiful? And that no one would want to "sleep" with them? Not that that's a compliment anyway. And the same can be said if it was the other way round, i.e. if the celebrities were males. It's still objectifying them, and there's only one so-called 'winner'. The one people choose to marry, or the one people choose to 'smash'. And even then, it's still an insult because the one chosen is supposed to feel 'honoured' to have been 'chosen' by whoever it was. Do you see what we're getting at here? If that wasn't bad enough, even IGN Entertainment is taking up the trend. They recently did a short interview with the cast of Avengers: Infinity War and during it, they played the game, 'F*ck, Marry, Kill: Captain America (Chris Evans), Star-Lord (Chris Pratt) and Thor (Chris Hemsworth)'. And it was obvious that the cast didn't like the game. Chris Pratt calmly stated that it had a swear word in it. "Oh, I don't like this game because it has the F word in it. Winston Duke looked unamused at the question and clearly thought the game was inappropriate considering that this was a Disney movie. "This is a Disney movie. I think it's going to be 'Hug', 'Give a birthday cake', or 'take on a free vacation." While Don Cheadle answered sarcastically. "I don't know 'Marry Kill' [person]. All those dudes' been with her?" The rest of the Avengers cast answered the question hesitantly, and they definitely seemed awkward. However, there was one member of the cast who answered casually. Tom Holland (Spider-Man) went along with the question and didn't show any particular surprise at it. It appears that Tom's used to the game. And it makes sense because it's even in his movie script. Spider-Man: Homecoming has a scene where a group of girls take part in the game, and whether they would "F*ck, Marry or Kill: Thor, Hulk and Iron Man". And it's such a shame that all these movies and media are normalising the game. If only more people could see the damaging effect this game has, and if more people called it out, then perhaps we would take a step towards a much more healthier world. Because, really. No one wins in this game. And we all deserve to win. ...So else who's with us? Read More: Spider-Man’s Tom Holland Tweets ONCE… and Receives Backlash Read More: The End of Disney’s Zendaya - The Star Shatters Her Disney Image Read More: Will Zendaya Quit Twitter?! Fachana Techamaneewat is a news writer at Exclusive Hollywood and is responsible for researching and writing news articles while providing story updates wherever necessary. Fun fact: On the weekends, she's an avid writer for practically anything. Her current obsession is the Umbrella Academy, and as of now, is writing a book.
- Finn Wolfhard Kisses A Boy - Fans Defend Him From Being Gay
"Can [y'all] leave #FinnWolfhard alone? Yeah he kissed a guy [...] that doesn't mean he's gay." An angry fan tweets. 1 August 2019 by Fonticha Tran [UPDATE: Finn And Noah ALMOST Kissed! "Byler" Could've Been REAL! Read more here] Stranger Things' star, Finn Wolfhard, is starring in the upcoming Goldfinch (2019) movie, and the trailer has just been released. And fans are going crazy because there's one scene where Finn kisses another boy. Yep. The clip is actually spreading on social media and fans are voicing their shock and outrage. Some are even questioning whether Finn is, in fact, gay. Check out some of the tweets below: Some fans even took it seriously, as if Finn had come out as gay. Yes. These fans are upset that they might've just 'lost their chance to be in a relationship with Finn'. On the bright side, loyal fans are slamming those tweets, saying that Finn's an actor and it's just a role. Oh, and no matter what his sexuality is, it's not up to anyone to decide. Check out those tweets below: We're thinking that Finn might be appreciating these latter fans. Why? Well, because Finn is publicly known for disliking obsessive fans. How do we know? Well, in 2017, he tweeted this out: This was after Stranger Things' success, and some fans were clearly being obsessive. It even got to the point where Finn and his co-stars were being harassed. What's the big deal? Why is Finn angry? Well, the point is, Finn is an actor. He's playing a role, and in the script, his character happens to kiss another character. Just like in Stranger Things when Mike Wheeler (Finn) and Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) kissed. Unfortunately, though, it appears that some fans can't differentiate between Finn and the roles he play. And that's when it becomes hard for Finn to do his job. The same thing happened to IT co-star, Jack Dylan Grazer. He played Eddie Kaspbrak, and Finn played Richie Tozier. The two characters were close friends with one another, and are part of the 'Losers' club. And when the movie was released, many fans loved the two boys together. So much, in fact, that they started to ship the two actors together. The pairing became known as 'Fack', i.e., Finn and Jack. Unfortunately, 'Fack' became so popular that fans started to question whether Finn and Jack were actually in a relationship. Finally, Jack spoke out against the fans' speculations during a livestream: [Reads comment]. 'Fack.' Come on guys, come on. let's give 'Fack' a rest please." "It's kind of annoying. Guys, I don't have a gay relationship with Finn, we all know that. It's a joke." The point is, they're all actors. And for Finn, this is just another role to his resume. He is a well-rounded actor, and impressively, he's managed to play a lot of different characters already. For example, Mike Wheeler in Stranger Things? He's a loyal and compassionate friend, who is also the leader of the group. Then there's Richie Tozier in IT, the foul-mouthed comic relief, and Player (which he voiced) in Carmen Sandiego who happens to be an extremely intelligent boy, and also a talented hacker. And now we have Boris Pavlikovsky in The Goldfinch, a Polish/Russian boy who grew up with an abusive and alcoholic father. So perhaps fans can dial it down and just appreciate Finn in all his roles. And learn to differentiate between Finn's life and his job. [UPDATE: Finn And Noah ALMOST Kissed! "Byler" Could've Been REAL! Read more here] It Chapter Two hits theatres on September 6 and The Goldfinch (2019) on September 27. Meanwhile, Carmen Sandiego is available to stream on Netflix. Read More: Psycho Fan FINDS OUT ‘Stranger Things’ Finn Wolfhard’s Address - Finn Gets MAD Read More: 'Stranger Things' Finn Wolfhard CAST in a Werewolf Film? Read More: Millie Bobby Brown Says ‘Mike Wheeler’ Is The Perfect Boy Read More: Stranger Things Fandom Becoming Too TOXIC? Fonticha Tran is a news writer at Exclusive Hollywood and is also responsible for researching and writing news articles. She also keeps track of the celebrities’ on our watchlist while monitoring their social media for any new updates. Fun fact: Besides constantly being on Twitter and reading up on her favourite celebrities' newest tweets, she's busy rewatching Stranger Things and The Umbrella Academy.
- Halsey's Bewildered Tweet About 'Two Hetero Guys' Riding A Bike
"How do straight people function????????" Halsey tweets out. And fans actually agree. 31 July 2019 by Fachana Techamaneewat Halsey tweets out about how she saw two straight guys riding a bicycle. And how they were going extremely out of their way not to touch one another. Wait, what? That's right. Haley was just minding her own business when all of a sudden, she spots something a little off about the way these two men were riding their bicycle. ...Which she decides to share it with her fans. I mean, check out Halsey's tweet below: It appears that the guy on the back was trying hard not to touch his friend in the front. He may have wanted to make it clear that he was definitely straight. When fans saw this tweet, the majority of them were bewildered. Check out their tweets below: Even James Charles, a popular beauty YouTuber and openly gay, liked Halsey's tweet. However, there were a few people who didn't think it mattered with how the two men were riding the bike. So what is the controversy? Some people argued that it's up to the two men how they want to ride the bike and that we shouldn't judge them. Others pointed out that perhaps they're not comfortable with touching other people, regardless of their sexuality. But the most likely reason they're not touching each other is that they're afraid that other people might think they were gay. And this might've been the problem. The fact that these two men went out of their way to not touch each other while riding the bike? It projects the image that being gay is wrong. That, and that they definitely don't want anyone to think that they are gay themselves. ...Because if anyone were to think that, they'd be uncomfortable and embarrassed. And this is the reason why the tweet got so much attention. So many of the comments are calling them out for having this kind of thought. There's nothing wrong with being gay, or potentially being labelled as gay. To behave in this kind of way just sets back how far the LGBTQ+ community have come, including the path to all of us being accepted, no matter who we like. But if more people call out this kind of behaviour, just like Halsey did, and make people aware of these issues, then more people will become more aware of their own behaviour. Perhaps this tweet will be seen by someone else who did this sort of behaviour without thinking about the deeper issue? And who knows? Perhaps this will make them rethink how they go about things in the future. Maybe it could affect human behaviour in a positive way. And maybe less people will be worried about being labelled as gay, and just act like a normal human being who doesn't mind holding onto a friend while on a bike to ensure speed and safety. Read More: Halsey Wishes ALL Fans Were Like BTS' ARMY Fans Read More: BTS Fans PISSED at Melanie Joy Fontana for Taking Credit for BTS' Success? Read More: Fans SLAMMED James Charles For Trevor Project Picture? Here's The Truth Fachana Techamaneewat is a news writer at Exclusive Hollywood and is responsible for researching and writing news articles while providing story updates wherever necessary. Fun fact: On the weekends, she's an avid writer for practically anything. Her current obsession is the Umbrella Academy, and as of now, is writing a book.
- Justin Min's Hilarious Tweet Spills Umbrella Academy Season 2's Filming Location
"@justinhmin please don't move for an hour and a half, I'll be there soon." A fan tweets. 29 July 2019 by Fonticha Tran The Umbrella Academy's star, Justin Min, tweeted out a filming location for the Umbrella Academy season 2 in a hilarious way. Wait. Let's rewind. Have you ever heard of The Umbrella Academy's star Justin Min AKA 'Ben Hargreeves' AKA Number Six? Well, you're about to find out more about the star's fun sense of humour and his quirky personality that shines completely through on Twitter soon enough. Justin is pretty active on Twitter, and a few days ago, he tweeted this out about the filming location: And fans are loving this piece of information. Check out their tweets below: Imagine if hoards of fans actually showed up. And if they did, will Justin get in trouble and be the next Tom Holland? Most likely not since Justin could just blame the multiple trailers, trucks and crew members! (Ahem, it was probably that shifty-looking extra who gave away the location...) Anyway, Justin appears to be on set quite a lot this time round. So many fans are speculating that in season two, Justin's character, Ben Hargreeves, will have a bigger part in The Umbrella Academy's storyline compared to season one. And fans are all excited, especially since Justin is now a fan-favourite just from his tweeting alone. Because let's face it: Justin is a pretty hilarious tweeter. I mean, check out some of his amusing tweets below: Fans absolutely love Justin's personality, and he's very reliant when it comes to posting content on The Umbrella Academy In fact, he's the go-to cast member for content in-between seasons. Lucky fans actually get the chance to see countless short clips and selfies of himself and his fellow co-stars chilling during their breaks. And they all look as close as ever, of course. However, a fan picked up on the fact that Justin never posted a picture with just him and David. The culprit, though, turns out to be Netflix who'd banned him from posting any such pictures until The Umbrella Academy's season two promotion. Hm. Could this mean something? Anyway, filming in Ontario for The Umbrella Academy season two will probably be somewhere near the Hargreeves' mansion since it served as a central location in the previous season. But if you're curious to find out more about the potential filming locations, there's even a YouTube video that shows exactly where the filming locations were in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, for The Umbrella Academy season one. The producers will most likely use some of the same locations for season two, don't you think? With all that said, filming for The Umbrella Academy season two is already underway, and according to IndieWire, will possibly release in 2020. Read More: Young Cast Of The Umbrella Academy's REUNION - Celebrating Canada Day Read More: Haters Harasses Umbrella Academy's Aidan Gallagher’s Twitter Read More: Umbrella Academy Behind The Scenes Revealed by Eden Cupid AKA Young Allison ‘Number Three’ Fonticha Tran is a news writer at Exclusive Hollywood and is also responsible for researching and writing news articles. She also keeps track of the celebrities’ on our watchlist while monitoring their social media for any new updates. Fun fact: Besides constantly being on Twitter and reading up on her favourite celebrities' newest tweets, she's busy rewatching Stranger Things and The Umbrella Academy.
- Taylor Swift's The Archer Release Had Fans Confused When Nothing Showed Up On Spotify
"BUT WHERE IS IT???" An annoyed fan tweets. Taylor Swift's single The Archer isn't showing up on Spotify, and fans are tweeting out their anger. 29 July 2019 by Fachana Techamaneewat Taylor Swift's new single, 'The Archer', was just announced on Spotify, but when thousands of fans clicked on the notification, well, they found nothing. The song just wasn't there. And fans went crazy. Oof. It turns out Spotify released the announcement just a little bit too early. And it led to a lot of unamused fans, and thousands immediately took to Twitter to vent their anger. Check out those tweets below: We can feel the fans' frustration. The #TheArcher hashtag even trended due to the confusion. However, quite a few fans began using the hashtag to spin a more positive light, with several using it to promote Taylor Swift's nominations for the 2019's Video Music Award (VMAs). With that, they called for other fans to help vote for Taylor. And guess what? Taylor Swift and Ariana Grande are actually two of the top contenders this year, both with a jaw-dropping 10 nominations each. Not only that, but the two singers are also directly competing in the categories 'Song of the Year' and 'Video of the Year', with 'You Need To Calm Down' and 'thank u, next', respectively. Right now, fans are battling it out to support their favourite singers, and in case you're interested, fans are allowed to vote up to 10 times in each category. Oh, and did we mention a new category has just been added to this year's VMAs? Yes. And that category is the 'Best K-Pop' category. Not long after, though, the announcement quickly sparked outrage in K-pop fans who outright believed that the category was racist. The loudest voices were from BTS fans AKA the ARMYs, with hundreds tweeting out the hashtags #VMAsRacist and #BTSdeservesMORE. This is a result of the ARMYs believing that BTS should be able to compete in the main categories and win "real" awards in the VMAs. Check out some of the tweets below: All in all, what is your opinion on the situation? You can read more about the controversy here. Until then, though, who are you hoping to win an award in the VMAs? Taylor Swift? Ariana Grande? Or maybe you have another favourite celebrity that you're rooting for. Either way, we wish all the celebrities good luck! And who knows, maybe BTS will be nominated for one of the main categories in the future VMAs. Read More: Fans Will BOYCOTT If Harry Styles Is Cast As Prince Eric In Disney's The Little Mermaid Read More: Fans Are OUTRAGED Over Disney's Mulan Live-Action Read More: Cardi B and Nicki Minaj's FANDOM At War. Nicki's Fans 'The Barbz' ACCUSED As Petty Fachana Techamaneewat is a news writer at Exclusive Hollywood and is responsible for researching and writing news articles while providing story updates wherever necessary. Fun fact: On the weekends, she's an avid writer for practically anything. Her current obsession is the Umbrella Academy, and as of now, is writing a book.
- Cardi B and Nicki Minaj's FANDOM At War. Nicki's Fans 'The Barbz' ACCUSED As Petty
"Y'all so petty.' A fan tweets. #WeLoveYouCardi and #WeLoveYouNicki is trending on Twitter. 27 July 2019 by Fachana Techamaneewat Cardi B defends herself on her Instagram Live after people accused her of being a rapist. Fans also rushed to defend Cardi with the hashtag #WeLoveYouCardi. However, this soon sparked a fanwar with Nicki Minaj's fandom as they believed #WeLoveYouNicki was the correct hashtag. Wait, what's this about Cardi B being a rapist? This rumour was spurred on after an old video of herself resurfaced, and in the video, you can hear her saying that she drugged and robbed men. Check the video out below: After finding out about the accusations, Cardi B went on her Instagram Live and told fans what really went down. Here is some of what Cardi said in the clip: "I don't like when people be trying to call me a rapist. I don't like that shit. [...] People tried to dig up something and make it something that I didn't do." However, Cardi does admit to robbing some of the men. "I never put shit in n***as' drinks. Yeah, I went through n***as' pockets. A lot of you bitches be going through n***as' pockets for $40 to catch a cab 'cause a n***a don't want to give you that. Same shit. Was I wrong for that? That was wrong, but I never fuckin' hurt nobody." But she insists she never sexually assaulted anyone. "I never touched nobody. I never fucked nobody. [...] And rape is when you fuck somebody without their consent or without asking." When fans saw the video, many rushed to her side and showed her love with the hashtag #WeLoveYouCardi. Not long after, the hashtag started trending. However, it wasn't long before Nicki Minaj fans saw this hashtag. They then created their own hashtag #WeLoveYouNicki as a response. It appears that the fans didn't feel that the hashtag for Cardi B was called for, and believed that Nicki deserved the hashtag more than Cardi B. #WeLoveYouNicki soon started to trend as well. Cardi's fans noticed this, and they didn't take it lying down. Instead, a fanwar began. This is what Cardi's fans had to say when they saw #WeLoveYouNicki trending: The majority called Nicki's fans, 'The Barbz', "petty" because they saw the copycat hashtag as a childish response. At the time of writing, some fans are even attempting to make #WeHateYouCardi trend. However, other fans of both singers are calling for peace and for the two fandoms to just love the two women, and to stop comparing them against each other. One fan puts this in a brilliant way: And we couldn't agree with her more. Read More: Fans SLAM Beyoncé For Her 'Poor' Voice Acting Skills In Disney's Lion King Live Action Read More: One of the Charlie’s Angels Is GAY? Kristen Stewart's Character Is Gay? Read More: Fans Will Boycott If Harry Styles Is Cast As Prince Eric In Disney's The Little Mermaid Fachana Techamaneewat is a news writer at Exclusive Hollywood and is responsible for researching and writing news articles while providing story updates wherever necessary. Fun fact: On the weekends, she's an avid writer for practically anything. Her current obsession is the Umbrella Academy, and as of now, is writing a book.
- Disney's Lion King Mufasa [SPOILER ALERT] DIES?!
[SPOILER] "How y'all not know Mufasa dies?" A bewildered fan asked. Yes. Because some fans actually didn't know Mufasa dies. 27 July 2019 by Fachana Techamaneewat #Mufasa is trending on Twitter. And it's filled with tweets from fans who've just watched Disney's Lion King live action. But the tweets that stood out the most were the tweets from some fans who were actually shocked that Mufasa died. Yes, it's true. It turns out there are some fans who didn't know beforehand that Mufasa dies in the film. Millennials are probably thinking, "What? The film's a classic. Surely everyone has already seen it, right? The whole plot is literally the aftermath of Mufasa dying." But with the number of shocked tweets to go by, it seems that a lot more people than we thought haven't actually seen the original animation. And we think it's possibly safe to say that the majority of these shocked fans are within the Gen Z. After all, Disney's original Lion King animation did come out in 1994. Any Millennials+ feeling old, over here? However, Disney did have a re-release for the animation in 2002 for IMAX and large-format theatres, but it seems that despite this, it still slipped past the radar for the majority of Gen Z. Anyway, check out some of these tweets from the people who were shocked by Mufasa's death: Unfortunately, it appears that quite a few people hadn't yet gotten the chance to see the live action, and because the hashtag #Mufasa is trending, many people couldn't help but see the Mufasa spoiler. So it was no surprise when they angrily vented out their feelings on Twitter. Here are some of those angry fans' responses: Anyway, while all this is happening, most of us Millenials+ are reading these tweets with an amused expression. We guess the generation gap is really showing in this situation. But now let's look at the Lion King's numbers. According to Forbes, the opening weekend brought in an estimated $185 million, and according to BoxOffice, it brought in a global taking of $433 million. It's even doing well with the audience reviews, and it's actually a huge difference to the original critics' score on Rotten Tomatoes where over 350 critics gave an average score of 53%. The audience score actually sits at an impressive 88%, and this is with over 48,000 votes. It looks like critics didn't dictate Disney's Lion King live action's success! However, not everything was smooth sailing for the live action. A lot of fans criticised Beyoncé's voice acting skills for the character, Nala. Though fans did come to her defence, it appears that the majority thought her performance was a little mediocre. Read the full article here. In the meantime, Disney's Lion King is in UK and US theatres now. Read More: Fans SLAM Beyoncé For Her 'Poor' Voice Acting Skills In Disney's Lion King Live Action Read More: Disney's Lion King Remake Already BOMBED? Fans Are Scared After Hearing Critics' Reviews Read More: Fans Are OUTRAGED Over Disney's Mulan Live Action Fachana Techamaneewat is a news writer at Exclusive Hollywood and is responsible for researching and writing news articles while providing story updates wherever necessary. Fun fact: On the weekends, she's an avid writer for practically anything. Her current obsession is the Umbrella Academy, and as of now, is writing a book.