'Star Wars:The Mandalorian': Who Was That Character at the End of Episode 5?

The latest episde of “The Mandalorian” ends with a mystery

In "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker," stormtroopers are getting yet another makeover, and while Comic-Con 2019 fans will be first to see the new look up close, you can check out some photos right now.On Wednesday, the official "Star Wars" site released the first images of "Sith Troopers," the newest incarnation of the franchise's iconic Empire soldiers. Distinguished from ordinary "Star Wars" stormtroopers by their bright red color instead of white, they also feature intricately detailed armor rather than mainly smooth curves.The images were taken from this year's line of "Star Wars" Comic-Con exclusives. First, check out Hasbro's "Black Series" special edition Sith Trooper action figure, which SDCC 2019 attendees will be able to buy for $32.00. LucasfilmPretty cool.And here's a look at the limited edition Sith Trooper Comic-Con pin, which attendees can get for $30 bucks. LucasfilmHead over to starwars.com to see more Star Wars Comic-Con exclusives.Of course, we know this isn't the first time we've seen red-clad "Star Wars" bad guys. "Return of the Jedi" had the Emperor's Royal Guard, who in addition to their menacing red armor also wore red cloaks. And "The Last Jedi" introduced the Praetorian Guard, a samurai-inspired take on stormtroopers.But given their name — the Sith were of course the bad guys who wiped the Jedi out in the "Star Wars" prequels — Sith Troopers might have more to offer than cool uniforms. We'll see when "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker" lands in theaters Dec. 20.

Technically, it’s called a “Sith Trooper”

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Desmond Chaim, Miki Ishikawa Join 'Falcon and The Winter Soldier'

MCU-set streaming show to debut next fall

Disney+, Disney’s streaming competitor to challenge Netflix and Amazon, launched Tuesday and along with housing its own vast library of content, the OTT features original “Star Wars,” Marvel Studios, Pixar, National Geographic and, of course, Disney productions. Here’s every TV show and film in the works for the streaming platform. (Note: Year One means within the first year of Disney+’s launch.)

Disney+ will run you $6.99/month (or $12.99 in a bundle with Hulu and ESPN+).

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  • “The Mandalorian” (TV) — The first live-action “Star Wars” TV series from Jon Favreau follows a Boba Fett-like bounty hunter (Pedro Pascal) in the time period between “Return of the Jedi” and “The Force Awakens.”

     Premiere Date: Nov. 12

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  • “Lady and the Tramp” (Film) — Tessa Thompson and Justin Theroux voice Lady and Tramp, respectively, in this live-action version of the 1955 animated classic. Kiersey Clemons (Darling), Thomas Mann (Jim Dear), Janelle Monae (voice of Peg), Yvette Nicole Brown (Aunt Sarah) and Sam Elliott (voice of Trusty) also star.

     Premiere Date: Nov. 12

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  • “High School Musical: The Musical: The Series” (TV) — The 10-episode scripted series, set at the real-life East High, where the original movie was filmed, follows a group of students as they count down to opening night of their school’s first-ever production of “High School Musical.” With meta references and some docu-style elements, it’s a modern take on the “classic” from 15 years ago.  

     Premiere Date: Nov. 12

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  • “Forky Asks a Question” (Short-Form Series) — In a new collection of 10 Pixar animated shorts, “Toy Story 4” character Forky explores important questions about how the world works, such as: What is love? What is time?

     Premiere Date: Nov. 12

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  • “Encore” (TV) — Executive produced by Kristen Bell this show brings together former castmates of high school musicals, tasking them with re-creating their original performance years after they last performed it, in a high school reunion like no other.

    Premiere Date: Nov. 12

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  • “Noelle” (Film) — Nick Kringle (Bill Hader) is first in line to become Santa Claus, but he struggles at every step of the way. His younger sister Noelle (Anna Kendrick) enjoys all the perks of being a Kringle without any of the expectations or responsibility. As the holiday draws near, the pressures of being Santa become all too much for Nick, who disappears just weeks before the big day. Now it’s up to Noelle to scour the globe to find him, bring him home, and save the Christmas season. Cast also includes Kingsley Ben-Adir, Billy Eichner, Julie Hagerty and Shirley MacLaine. 

    Premiere Date: Nov. 12

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  • “The World According to Jeff Goldblum” (TV) — Through the prism of Jeff Goldblum’s always inquisitive and highly entertaining mind, nothing is as it seems in this new series. Each episode is centered around something we all love – like sneakers or ice cream – as Jeff pulls the thread on these deceptively familiar objects and unravels a wonderful world of astonishing connections, fascinating science and history, amazing people, and a whole lot of surprising big ideas and insights.

    Premiere Date: Nov. 12

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  • “One Day at Disney” (TV) —  A collaboration between Disney Publishing Worldwide and Disney’s new streaming service, the short-form series highlights the talented men and women who bring life to some of Disney’s most beloved stories. Following the debut of a feature-length documentary special, which features such talent as “Good Morning America’s” Robin Roberts and legendary animator Eric Goldberg, more than 50 “One Day at Disney “shorts, ranging in length between 4 to 7 minutes long and each profiling a single remarkable person and their fascinating job, will debut each week.

    Premiere Date: Dec. 3

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  • “Star Wars: The Clone Wars” (TV) —  The Emmy-winning animated series will be returning with 12 all-new episodes, which tells the story of Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi during The Clone Wars.

    Premiere Date: February 2020

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  • “Diary of a Female President” (TV) — Told from the narration of her diary, the series follows a Cuban-American 12-year-old girl as she navigates the ups and downs of middle school and her journey to becoming the future president of the United States. Gina Rodriguez (“Jane the Virgin”) and Emily Gipson (“I Can and I Will”) will executive produce along with Ilana Peña (“Crazy Ex-Girlfriend”). Rodriguez will play the older POTUS. 

    Premiere Date: Year One

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  • “Phineas and Ferb The Movie: Candace Against the Universe” (Film) — The movie, executive-produced by Dan Povenmire and Jeff “Swampy” Marsh (creators and executive producers of the long-running Emmy Award-winning series “Phineas and Ferb”), centers on Phineas and Ferb as they set out across the galaxy to rescue Candace, who has been abducted by aliens and has found utopia in a far-off planet, free of pesky little brothers. David Errigo Jr. joins as Ferb, while Ashley Tisdale, Vincent Martella and Caroline Rhea reprise their roles.

    Premiere Date: Year One

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  • “Stargirl” (Film) — Based on the YA novel of the same name, this teen coming-of-age story is about Leo Borlock (Graham Verchere), an average 16-year-old who is content to fly under the radar until an offbeat and unconventional new student named Stargirl (Grace VanderWaal) shows up at his high school, turning his and everyone else’s world upside down, forever changing the way they see themselves and each other.

    Premiere Date: Year One

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  • “Timmy Failure” (Film) — Based on the book “Timmy Failure: Mistakes Were Made” by Stephan Pastis, “Timmy Failure” is helmed by Tom McCarthy with a screenplay by McCarthy and Pastis. It tells the story of Timmy, who along with his 1,500 pound polar bear partner, Total, operates TOTAL FAILURE INC., a world-class detective agency (at least in Timmy’s mind anyway).

    Premiere Date: Year One

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  • “Togo” (Film) — Based on a true-life adventure in the Alaskan tundra, this story takes place in 1925, when an epidemic of diphtheria breaks out in a remote Alaskan town, causing countless children to fall gravely ill. The necessary antitoxin is hundreds of miles away, across treacherous terrain with a massive storm on the horizon. As the crisis grows more desperate, the village leaders realize their only hope lies with one man – Leonhard Seppala (Willem Dafoe) and his lead sled dog, Togo.

    Premiere Date: Year One

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  • “Monsters at Work” (TV) — Picking up six months after the events of “Monsters, Inc.” this series follows Tylor Tuskmon (Ben Feldman), an eager and talented young mechanic who works on the Monsters Inc. facilities team but dreams of working his way up to the Laugh Floor. Billy Crystal and John Goodman return as Mike and Scully.

    Premiere Date: Year One

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  • “Falcon and the Winter Soldier” (TV) — Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan return as Sam Wilson/Falcon and Bucky Barnes/Winter Soldier, which will see the former take on the mantle of Captain America from Steve Rogers (Chris Evans). Daniel Bruhl returns as Baron Zemo from “Captain America: Civil War.” Emily Van Camp will return as Sharon Carter as well.

    Premiere Date: Fall 2020

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  • Untitled “Rogue One” Prequel (TV) — Diego Luna returns as Cassian Andor from “Rogue One” with Alan Tudyk reprising his role as his droid sidekick, K-2S0.

    Premiere Date: Year Two

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  • “WandaVision” (TV) — Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany are back as Wanda Maximoff and Vision, though the latter died in “Avengers: Infinity War.” Teyonah Parris will debut as the adult version Monica Rambeau/Photon first introduced in “Captain Marvel.”

    Premiere Date: Spring 2021

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  • “Loki” (TV) — Tom Hiddelston reprises his role as a still-villainous Loki from an alternate timeline. This Loki escaped using the Tesseract after the events of “The Avengers” during the time heist in “Avengers: Endgame.”

    Premiere Date: Spring 2021

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  • “What If…” (TV) — The animated non-canon anthology will explore stories from the MCU that show events taking place differently — like, what if Peggy Carter took the Super Soldier serum instead of Steve Rogers. MCU actors will return to voice their characters, and Jeffery Wright will voice The Watcher.

    Premiere Date: Summer 2021

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  • “Hawkeye” (TV) — Jeremy Renner will return as Clint Barton as he trains Kate Bishop to be the new Hawkeye.

    Premiere Date: Fall 2021

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  • “Love, Simon” (TV) — The series adaptation is set in the same world as the 2018 film starring Nick Robinson. Michael Cimino will star as Victor, “a new student at Creekwood High School on his own journey of self-discovery, facing challenges at home, adjusting to a new city, and struggling with his sexual orientation,” according to the show’s logline. “When it all seems too much, he reaches out to Simon to help him navigate the ups and downs of high school.” 

    Premiere Date: TBD

  • “Flora & Ulysses” (Film) — Based on the children’s book by Kate DiCamillo,  “Flora & Ulysses” tells the story of 10-year-old Flora, an avid comic book fan and a self-avowed cynic, who saves a squirrel she names Ulysses only to have its unique superhero powers wreak havoc in a series of humorous, antic-filled adventures that ultimately change Flora’s life — and her outlook — forever.  

    Premiere Date: TBD

  • Untitled Obi-Wan Kenobi Series (TV) — Ewan McGregor will finally return as the Jedi Master he played in the films “The Phantom Menace,” “Attack of the Clones” and “Revenge of the Sith.”

    Premiere Date: TBD

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  • Fox Franchise Revivals — Disney is looking to develop reboots from its newly acquired 20th Century Fox film library: “Home Alone,” “Cheaper by the Dozen,” “Diary of a Wimpy Kid” and “Night at the Museum.”

    Premiere Date(s): TBD

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  • “Chip ‘n’ Dale” (TV) — The series will feature the return of Disney’s much-loved chipmunk troublemakers in a non-verbal, classic style comedy, following the ups and downs of two little creatures living life in the big city. 

    Premiere Date: TBD

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  • “Ms. Marvel” (TV) — New live-action series from Marvel Studios based on the MCU character Kamala Khan.

    Premiere Date: TBD

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  • “Moon Knight” (TV) — New live-action series from Marvel Studios based on the MCU character.

    Premiere Date: TBD

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  • “She-Hulk” (TV) — New live-action series from Marvel Studios based on the MCU character.

    Premiere Date: TBD

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  • “Muppets Now” (Short-Form Series) — Forty years after leaving the swamp in his big screen debut in “The Muppet Movie,” Kermit the Frog is heading upstream with Miss Piggy, and the gang, bringing a new kind of mayhem and laughter to Disney+ with their first-ever unscripted short-form series.

    Premiere Date: TBD

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  • “Lizzie McGuire” Sequel Series (TV) — Hilary Duff will reprise the role she made famous in an all-new “Lizzie McGuire” series from Terri Minsky. Hallie Todd, Robert Carradine and Jake Thomas are also returning. 

    Premiere Date: TBD

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  • “Marvel’s Hero Project” (TV) – This docuseries reveals the remarkable, positive change several young heroes are making in their own communities. These inspiring kids have dedicated their lives to selfless acts of bravery and kindness, and now, Marvel celebrates them as the true Super Heroes they are.

    Premiere Date: Nov. 12

  • “Untitled Mickey Mouse Documentary” (Film) — From “Won’t You Be My Neighbor?” director Morgan Neville, the film will work to decode Mickey’s deeper significance, getting to the core of what his cultural impact says about each of us, and about our world. 

    Premiere Date: TBD

  • “People & Places” (TV) — A revival of the short-form series from the 1950s, this focuses on the real-life stories of extraordinary people and places from around the globe that embody the Disney ethos — all told by a mix of up-and-coming and established filmmakers.

    Premiere Date: TBD

  • “Big Shot” (TV) — The dramedy follows a temperamental college basketball coach (John Stamos) who, after getting fired from his job, ends up as a coach and teacher at an elite, girls private high school. From David E. Kelley and Brad Garrett.

    Premiere Date: TBD

  • “The Imagineering Story” (TV) — Directed by Leslie Iwerks (“The Pixar Story”), this docuseries chronicles the 65-year history of Walt Disney Imagineering, a place equal parts artistic studio, design center, think tank and innovation laboratory. 

    Premiere Date: Nov. 12

  • “Safety” (Film) — A drama inspired by the uplifting story of former Clemson safety Ray McElrathbey, in South Carolina.

    Premiere Date: TBD

  • “Becoming” (TV) — LeBron James-produced docuseries chronicles the origin stories of world-class entertainers, musicians and athletes. Each episode takes a different celebrity back to their hometown for an inspiring look at how they became the superstar they are today. Anthony Davis, Caleb McLaughlin, Candace Parker and Nick Cannon are among those that will be spotlighted.

    Premiere Date: TBD

  • “Behind the Attraction” (TV) — Gives viewers an exclusive glimpse ‘behind the curtain’ of some of Disney’s most popular attractions by speaking directly with Disney’s Imagineers and other creative minds involved in bringing them to life. From Dwayne Johnson’s Seven Bucks Productions.

  • “Marvel 616” — Anthological documentary series exploring the intersection between Marvel’s rich legacy of stories, characters and creators and the real world. Gillian Jacobs will direct the first episode, titled “Higher, Further, Faster” (a reference to “Captain Marvel”).

    Premiere Date: 2020

  • “Earthkeepers” (TV) — This series centers on the adventurous lives of the people changing the way we see the animal kingdom. The episodes focus on conservationists and the animals they’ve devoted their career to studying, diving deep into the personal trials and professional breakthroughs of protecting the planet’s most endangered species. Produced by Supper Club (pictured). 

    Premiere Date: TBD

  • Direct-to-consumer offering will house programming from Marvel Studios, Pixar and Lucasfilm

    Disney+, Disney’s streaming competitor to challenge Netflix and Amazon, launched Tuesday and along with housing its own vast library of content, the OTT features original “Star Wars,” Marvel Studios, Pixar, National Geographic and, of course, Disney productions. Here’s every TV show and film in the works for the streaming platform. (Note: Year One means within the first year of Disney+’s launch.)

    Disney+ will run you $6.99/month (or $12.99 in a bundle with Hulu and ESPN+).

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    Where has Rainie been and is she returning to EastEnders for good?

    Rainie Branning (Tanya Franks) returns to EastEnders tonight with a surprise for Stuart Highway (Ricky Champ) and her reappearance stuns the Square.

    Stuart, who had resolved to stand by Rainie no matter what before she was forced to leave the Square earlier this year, will plan a welcome home party for her and a seemingly reformed Rainie is set on making amends with those she was wronged.

    But where has Rainie been over the last few months and what happened to cause her to leave Walford in the first place?

    Where has Rainie been?

    Before leaving the soap back in October, Rainie had been struggling to cope with her addiction to drugs and her actions spiraled out of control, culminating in her punching Kathy Beale (Gillian Taylforth) in the face.

    Rainie attacked Kathy so that she could call the police on herself and get sent to prison – a choice she made in a bid to get clean.

    After being arrested on purpose she was sentenced to three months in prison for assaulting Kathy and has been serving time ever since, which explains her absence from Walford.

    Is Rainie returning to EastEnders for good?

    After a little time away from the Walford, Rainie’s reappearance tonight marks her permanent return to EastEnders.

    While Rainie has been in jail, Stuart has been doing everything he can to prove himself in her absence and it after tonight’s episode, it looks like she’s had him on her mind all this time too.

    Will Stuart like the surprise that Rainie has in store for him? To discover what it is and see Stuart’s reaction you’ll have to tune in to find out.

    EastEnders continues tonight, Friday 13 December, at 8pm on BBC One.

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    Lauren Goodger shows off her incredible bottom in skintight leggings

    LAUREN Goodger showed off her incredible bottom in skintight leggings today.

    Wearing leggings and a grey jumper, the reality star nipped to her local post office and showed off her pert bum.

    Lauren made sure her hair and make-up was on point for the quick trip, with her hair styled pin straight.

    Her figure stood out in the textured leggings, that she teamed with trainers.

    The 32-year-old, who previously dated Mark Wright, has long spoken out about how her derriere is from gaining weight.

    Former Towie star Lauren says she works out and does squats every day, and denies ever going under the knife for her perfectly pert bum.



    She has previously told The Sun Online the shape is down to exercise, insisting: "I do squats but that only counts for about 20 per cent of what you see."

    She added: "The other 80 per cent is weight training. I don't really care what people say about me these days.

    "But I have to say I found [bum lift surgery rumours] entertaining.

    “I thought it was quite a compliment for everyone to think that I must have had something done. I didn't mind that attention at all."


    Speaking on This Morning in June, she told Holly Willoughby: "I have not had any implants in my bum.

    "I have a normal body shape – but in the media they make me look different."

    She also wrote in her New magazine column that she felt she had "always had a bum, but I lost it when I shed all the weight last year".

    "I was gutted, so I’m glad it’s back – bigger and better than before, ha ha!" she joked.

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    How ‘Bombshell’ Takes an Uncomfortable Elevator Ride

    In “Anatomy of a Scene,” we ask directors to reveal the secrets that go into making key scenes in their movies. See new episodes in the series each Friday. You can also watch our collection of more than 150 videos on YouTube and subscribe to our YouTube channel.

    And you thought you’ve had uncomfortable elevator moments.

    In this scene from “Bombshell,” about the women at Fox News who were harassed by the chairman and chief executive Roger Ailes, the characters are mostly silent. But the moment speaks volumes.

    The fictional Kayla, played by Margot Robbie, has just been the victim of harassment by Ailes and is summoned back to his office. She is joined in the elevator by Megyn Kelly (Charlize Theron) and Gretchen Carlson (Nicole Kidman).

    “This was a very important scene because it’s the only time in the whole movie when all three women are in the same place,” the movie's director, Jay Roach, said in an interview.

    He noted that while the women are all experiencing similar harassment issues, they don’t feel comfortable speaking to one another here. “The whole scene is about how these women are divided from each other, even though they’re all in this same tight space,” he said.

    In his video narration, Roach discusses how he used cues from the score and specific camera shots to amplify the tension of the moment.

    Read the “Bombshell” review.

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    Join PeopleTV Live on the Red Carpet at the Cats World Premiere in N.Y.C.

    Join PeopleTV live on the red carpet for the Cats world premiere in New York City.

    Entertainment Weekly Editor-in-Chief J.D. Heyman; PEOPLE Editorial Director Kate Coyne; co-host of PeopleTV’s People NOW Jeremy Parsons and host of PeopleTV’s Couch Surfing, Lola Ogunnaike will be coming together on the red carpet of the premiere at the world-famous Lincoln Center to chat with the stars of the film, which includes Taylor Swift, Jennifer Hudson, Rebel Wilson, James Corden and Idris Elba.

    Watch the red carpet livestream above on Dec. 16 at 7 p.m. ET/ 4 p.m. PT or catch it on the PeopleTV app, which is available on all your favorite streaming devices.

    Cats is the feature film adaptation of the popular musical composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber. The movie hits theaters in the U.S. on Dec. 20.

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    Peter Dinklage Weighs in on Daenerys’ Dark Turn: ‘There Were Signposts Along the Way’

    Peter Dinklage is closing out 2019 by standing by the controversial final season of his HBO fantasy blockbuster series “Game of Thrones.” In a recent interview with The New Yorker, Dinklage praised “Thrones” showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss for their “extraordinary work.” Neither showrunner has gone on record reacting to the backlash against the series. The final season of “Thrones” made several storytelling decisions that resulted in fan outrage, most controversially turning Daenerys Targaryen into the story’s final villain. Dinklage told The New Yorker he understands why fans were upset even if they didn’t have a reason to be.

    “Well, everybody’s always going to have an opinion, and that means an ownership. It’s like breaking up with somebody,” Dinklage said. “They get upset. I can’t speak for everybody, but my feeling is they didn’t want it to end, so a lot of people got angry. I feel like what [the showrunners] Dave [Benioff] and Dan [Weiss] did was extraordinary.”

    As for Daenerys’ dark turn, Dinklage said that while it was shocking it was not completely out of left field. “This happens. Monsters are created. And you don’t see it coming,” the actor said. “We vote them into office. You look the other way. So for everybody to get upset because they loved a character so much and they had so much faith in that person — there were signposts all along the way for that character.”

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    Emilia Clarke, who starred as Daenerys, revealed earlier this year her character’s villainous turn was a complete shock. “I called my mom and [told her], ‘I read the scripts and I don’t want to tell you what happens but can you just talk me off this ledge? It really messed me up,’” the actress told Entertainment Weekly. “And then I asked my mom and brother really weird questions. They were like: ‘What are you asking us this for? What do you mean do I think Daenerys is a good person? Why are you asking us that question? Why do you care what people think of Daenerys? Are you okay?’”

    Dinklage earned a Screen Actors Guild nomination this week for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series, and earlier this year the actor won his final Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series thanks to his role as Tyrion on “Game of Thrones.”

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    Spoilers: Belle is upset with Ellis in Emmerdale tonight

    When Ellis Chapman upped and left without warning from Emmerdale, due to the unexpected axing of actor Asan N’Jie, Belle Dingle (Eden Taylor-Draper) was understandably a bit miffed as they had been growing close and had developed a relationship.

    With Aaron Anthony taking over the role, Ellis is now back – and straight into an ongoing feud with his debt ridden dad Al (Michael Wildman) and his brother Billy Fletcher (Jay Kontzle). But as he tries to restore peace between the warring clan members, there is someone he has forgotten about.

    Ellis hadn’t contacted Belle about his return from Dubai and she has obviously not been reading Metro Soaps – so his unexpected return has thrown her. Tonight, she confronts him, clearly upset that he didn’t think to mention that he was coming home – does this mean he has no interest in pursuing their romance?

    Ellis certainly gets a frosty reception from Belle which would indicate that she still has feelings for her – but can they pick up where they left off. Or has Ellis lost his chance to be with Belle?

    He will soon have other things to cope with as Al’s desperate situation with his aggressive debt collectors drives him to take drastic action which could have repercussions for the whole family.

    And his involvement in the middle of Kim Tate’s (Claire King) feud with doomed Graham Foster (Andrew Scarborough), trouble can’t be far away. Perhaps it’s best that Belle sees this as a dodged bullet.

    Speaking about his debut, Aaron enthused: ‘Emmerdale is a cracking show with a brilliant cast that I’m over the moon to now be a part of. I know Ellis is a well loved character and I’m looking forward to continuing his journey and all that’s in store for him.’

    Emmerdale continues on Friday 13 December at 7pm on ITV.

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    Kim Kardashian Admits She Can Be 'So Mean' to Sister Kourtney Kardashian and Fans Agree

    The latest Keeping Up with the Kardashians season finale promo gives a peek into the Kardashian sisters finally making up after family tensions hit an all-time high in the previous episode. Khloe and Kim have been clashing with Kourtney and mom Kris Jenner is using their family vacation as time to get the women talking things out.

    Kris Jenner gets the sisters talking

    During a trip to Wyoming, the sisters share a bus ride which Jenner sees as the perfect opportunity for some discussion about how to heal their fractured relationships.

    In the clip, Jenner tells Kim, Khloe, Kourtney, and Kendall: “I want each one of you to pick one person sitting here and tell them what’s the one thing you’d love to focus on strengthening in your relationship. What we’re going to do is build the communication. Khloe, is there somebody on the bus that you would like to strengthen with?”

    Kim and Khloe want to improve things with Kourtney

    Khloe was first to share, saying, “I feel like Kourtney and I sometimes fizzle, so I think I would love to get us back on course and maybe not be so reactive, for myself.”

    Kendall noted that there’s “judgment” among them, explaining, “I think sometimes there’s a lot of judgment between all of us and we think it’s fine because we’re family. Kourt, you say it a lot, you’re like, ‘We can’t be so judgmental,’ but you are too. We all have to realize that we all are.”

    Kim then admits that she can be mean, explaining, “I want to fix my relationship with Kourtney for those mean reasons and those mean comments.”

    “For you saying them?,” Kourtney wondered, with Kim saying, “Both! Yeah, I can be so mean.”

    In the previous episode of KUWTK, Kim and Khloe ganged up on Kourtney because she had been trying to maintain some boundaries and wasn’t sharing enough of her personal life with the cameras.

    Kris wanted everyone to remember the importance of family, above all, remarking: “Sometimes I think people lash out at the people they love the most. The love we have is so unique and it’s so special, we have to treat it like a little precious gift from God.”

    Fans react to Kim admitting she’s mean to Kourtney

    KUWTK fans had plenty to say about Kim’s admission, discussing the sisters’ relationship in the comments section of their episode promo.

    One fan wrote: “This show must end soon before they really hurt each other beyond repair, they are so mean to each other it’s hard to watch…,” while another commented: “what is Kims issue with Kourtney, she seems to enjoy the gang up on her. I actually think that she’s extra mean to her because now she has Khloe on her side.”

    Another fan agreed, writing, “Yesss!! She’s jealous of Kourt. I don’t care what nobody says. She’s jealous. Yes, she love her but she has deep-rooted issues with her and won’t admit it cuz then she would look vulnerable and Kim always gotta seem in control and like a ‘boss.’”

    One commenter shared: “This has been going on for over a year now, they are so mean to Kourtney. No wonder she doesn’t want to be on the show. Cut the toxicity out, even if it is family.”

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    ‘Life Of Polly’: Amazon Studios Developing Feature Based On Kathy Hepinstall’s Novel

    EXCLUSIVE: Amazon Studios I hear is adapting Kathy Hepinstall’s novel The Book of Polly into a feature Life of Polly that the author will co-write with George Sledge.

    Ginger Sledge of Zenzero Pictures  (Wherd’d You Go Bernadette, Bernie, Appaloosa) and Jackson Pictures’ Matt Jackson (End of Watch, Molly’s Game) are set to produce the project. Jackson Pictures’ Joanne Lee will executive produce.

    The book and upcoming feature is a charming southern coming-of-age story about a young girl, Willow Havens, who worries that her bigger than life 68-year-old, chain-smoking, Margarita-blending mother, Polly, will die from cancer before she unearths the secrets of her mother’s past – thus losing one of the remaining links to a key piece of her identity. In the book, Polly was in her late 50s when Willow was born. Willow knows she’s here by accident, a late-life afterthought. Willow’s father died before she was born, her much older brother and sister are long grown and gone and failing elsewhere. It’s just her and bigger-than-life Polly.

    Zenzero Pictures is represented by Mark Muir of Greenberg Glusker. Jackson Pictures is represented by CAA and Neil Sacker of Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP.

     

     

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