Two Fans Are Suing Universal For $5 Million After Realizing Ana De Armas Was Cut From The Movie “Yesterday”
Has stan culture gone too far? Fans can always be a little weird about their favorite celebrities, even getting into lawsuits because of their devotion. And apparently, Ana de Armas is one of those actors that has a set of fans (Ana de Army?) willing to get into legal battles for her! After paying $3.99 to stream Danny Boyle’s Yesterday on Amazon Prime and seeing that Ana wasn’t in it like the trailers said, the two rentees have sued Universal for lying to them. Looks like the Ben Affleck pap stroll did its job! Ana is a household name worth fighting over (at least with these two guys).
The next James Bond flick, and allegedly Daniel Craig‘s last, No Time To Die, was pushed to November thanks to the coronavirus pandemic. Well, November approaches and while the coronavirus numbers really haven’t changed too much in certain places (cough-The United States–cough) the movie is still on track to come out and is one of the first big studio movies getting a theatrical release post-coronavirus. You know what that means:
get a gas mask for release day promo!
Ben Affleck Has Reportedly Been Banned From Attending The “No Time To Die” Premiere With Ana De Armas
47-year-old Ben Affleck and 32-year-old Ana de Armas have turned coronavirus into a show, honey! They did not let a little lockdown take away from their time to grab attention. They’ve gone for pap strolls, pap strolls with his children, made out in music videos, got matching jewelry, looked at expensive houses together, went to protests. They have been busy. But there’s one place they will not be allowed to pose for photographers and that’s the premiere of the new Bond movie, No Time To Die, which Ana is in. After its original release date in April was pushed back, No Time To Die is scheduled to come out November 20 (but we’ll see what coronavirus has to say about that) and whenever the premiere happens, Ben will be blacklisted from it. Oh well, she’ll just have to walk the red carpet with her dog Salsa instead, which we can all agree is a better option.
No Time To Die? There might be no time to die but you’ll make plenty of time to sleep after listening to Billie Eilish’s Bond theme, which sounds like a cross between a rejected Ambien commercial song and the beginning of an anti-depressant commercial. It’s fitting that it’s the last theme for a Bond movie starring Daniel Craig, because this sounds like a hipster dirge cooed out by a sad mermaid. Basically, it’s very on brand for Billie Eilish.
Trailerpalooza this week, huh? The people over at MGM must have known Black Widow was coming with her trailer and wanted to show Marvel that they ain’t the only ones with diversity up in the house. You have an Asian-Transgender-Tree Russian spy, Marvel? Well, MGM will give you Lashana Lynch as a 00 agent. But the trailer doesn’t totally confirm the rumor that Lashana Lynch will make heads pop off by taking over as 007.