It was the worst mass shooting in U.S. history, and now we know exactly how it happened.
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After Hodor sacrificed himself to save them, Bran (Isaac Hempstead-Wright) and Meera (Ellie Kendrick) were left on their own running from the army of the dead — but not for long!
Fortunately, a dark rider fought off the wights before revealing himself to be…
Praying for Demi Lovato!
The singer lost her great-grandmother on Sunday, and she is memorializing her Mimaw's death with a tribute on Instagram, during what is obviously a very difficult time.
Lovato shared the pic (above) last night on her IG page, and included a beautiful message in her caption (below), while also sharing another pic later on in the evening:
Now the stories are starting to come full circle.
As we reported earlier this week, the LAPD was called to an alleged altercation between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard, but at the time, they did not seek to press charges after being unable to find evidence of domestic abuse.
Well, now, one of the people there — Amber's neighbor and friend of thirteen years, Raquel Rose Pennington — has given a deposition where she describes that day's events in detail, and it is very scary.
Pennington claims that on May 21, she received a text from Heard asking her to come over to the woman's condo. When Pennington got there, she heard the couple arguing, and she entered the condo to try to stop it.
Why would he say this… especially TWO YEARS after the film was released?!
Director John Carney is speaking out about Keira Knightley's work on Begin Again, a movie where the actress was tasked with playing a songwriter dumped by her boyfriend (played by Adam Levine) who starts over with a former record label exec (Mark Ruffalo).
Carney, speaking to The Independent, absolutely demolishes Knightley and her work on the film, beginning by saying:
"I think that's what you need as an actor; you need to not be afraid to find out who you really are when the camera's rolling. Keira's thing is to hide who you are and I don't think you can be an actor and do that."
But wait — it gets worse!