Jarrod Woodgate hilariously slams ex Keira Maguire for using his Netflix logins

Jarrod Woodgate hilariously slams ex Keira Maguire for using his Netflix logins with her new boyfriend more than a year after they broke up

Bachelor in Paradise couple Jarrod Woodgate and Keira Maguire confirmed their split in August 2019 following their on-off relationship for 21 months. 

On Saturday, Jarrod hilariously vowed to change his passwords after discovering his ex was still mooching off of his Netflix account. 

Taking to Instagram, the 35-year-old explained how he figured out Keira was still using the paid streaming service without his knowledge.

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‘Change your password!’ Jarrod Woodgate hilariously slams ex Keira Maguire for using his Netflix logins with her new boyfriend more than a year after they broke up

The former couple, who fell in love while filming in Fiji in 2017, had a rocky ride since the start.

‘If you think your Netflix account is getting hacked by Russian spies, because it keeps saying “continue watching” on shows you’ve never seen… change your password,’ Jarrod wrote as a public service announcement.

He continued: ‘because it could be the ex you broke up with over a year ago and her boyfriend is using your account. WTAF.’

Jarrod had shared a message from Keira’s new boyfriend that appeared to confirm his theory.

Oh no: Taking to Instagram, the 35-year-old explained how he figured out Keira (pictured) was still using the paid streaming service without his knowledge

Oh no: Taking to Instagram, the 35-year-old explained how he figured out Keira (pictured) was still using the paid streaming service without his knowledge

Telling sign! Jarrod said if users noticed there was a 'continue watching' prompt on shows they don't watch, it's likely someone else is using their account

Telling sign! Jarrod said if users noticed there was a ‘continue watching’ prompt on shows they don’t watch, it’s likely someone else is using their account 

'Her boyfriend using your account': Jarrod shared a message from Keira's new boyfriend, Matthew Zukowski, that appeared to confirm his theory

‘Her boyfriend using your account’: Jarrod shared a message from Keira’s new boyfriend, Matthew Zukowski, that appeared to confirm his theory

Keira, 34, is dating Love Island Australia 2019 star Matthew Zukowski, 25.

Matthew was seen messaging Jarrod: ‘Hey mate, hope you’re well! Just wondering if you could check where the last dance is up to on your Netflix account as we are watching it and we have forgotten where we are up to. Cheers brother.’

Keira shared her first couple photo of the pair on her Instagram in last month, which was a major spoiler for her current 2020 appearance on Bachelor In Paradise.  

Sharing a selfie of herself cuddled up to the model on Instagram, Keira wrote: ‘I don’t need the show [BIP] to find love.’

'My love': A defiant Keira dropped a major Bachelor in Paradise spoiler last month by confirming rumours that she's found love with Love Island Australia's Matt Zukowski

‘My love’: A defiant Keira dropped a major Bachelor in Paradise spoiler last month by confirming rumours that she’s found love with Love Island Australia’s Matt Zukowski 

Over: Bachelor in Paradise couple Jarrod and Keira confirmed their split in August 2019 following their on-off relationship for 21 months. Pictured on 2018 BIP - filmed in late 2017

Over: Bachelor in Paradise couple Jarrod and Keira confirmed their split in August 2019 following their on-off relationship for 21 months. Pictured on 2018 BIP – filmed in late 2017

Jarrod recently addressed his bitter split with Keira, accusing her of fuelling drama in a desperate bid to stay in the limelight.

When quizzed on the nature of his relationship with his ex on the So Dramatic! podcast, Jarrod admitted that there was ‘no feud between them’ and he had put their ill-fated romance behind him.

He has since moved on with Bachelor star Sam Royce, who appeared on Matt Agnew’s season in 2019. 

New love: Jarrod has since moved on with Bachelor star Sam Royce (left), who appeared on Matt Agnew's season in 2019

New love: Jarrod has since moved on with Bachelor star Sam Royce (left), who appeared on Matt Agnew’s season in 2019

Chris Hemsworth displays his bulging biceps in a tight T-shirt while shopping in Byron Bay

Hard work pays off! Chris Hemsworth displays his bulging biceps in a tight T-shirt while shopping in Byron Bay… as he beefs up to play Hulk Hogan

He’s been transforming his physique to play ’80s wrestling legend Hulk Hogan in a new Netflix biopic.

And Chris Hemsworth’s efforts at the gym have clearly been paying off, as the Australian actor was looking particularly buff as he stepped out in Byron Bay, New South Wales on Friday. 

The 36-year-old displayed his bulging biceps and muscular chest in a tight brown T-shirt as he went shopping in the trendy coastal town. 

Hard work pays off! Chris Hemsworth, 36, displayed his bulging biceps in a tight brown T-shirt while shopping in Byron Bay on Friday

Clutching his car-keys and a canvas tote bag, the father-of-three completed his look with skinny black jeans and a pair of black-and-white sneakers. 

The sighting comes as Chris undergoes his biggest physical transformation yet to play wrestling legend Hulk Hogan.    

Speaking to Total Film last month the hunk said: ‘This movie is going to be a really fun project. As you can imagine, the preparation for the role will be insanely physical.’  

Musclebound: Chris, who has been transforming his physique to play '80s wrestling legend Hulk Hogan in a new Netflix biopic, showed off the fruits of his labours in the gym

Musclebound: Chris, who has been transforming his physique to play ’80s wrestling legend Hulk Hogan in a new Netflix biopic, showed off the fruits of his labours in the gym 

Casual look: Clutching his car-keys and a canvas tote bag, the father-of-three completed his look with skinny black jeans

Casual look: Clutching his car-keys and a canvas tote bag, the father-of-three completed his look with skinny black jeans 

‘I will have to put on more size than I ever have before, even more than I put on for Thor,’ Chris said.

He continued: ‘There is the accent as well as the physicality and the attitude.’ 

Chris said he’s excited about ‘deep diving into the rabbit hole’ of the wrestling world. 

'I will have to put on more size than I put on for Thor': Chris (pictured) previously revealed he will undergo his biggest physical transformation in order to portray Hulk Hogan in his upcoming Netflix biopic

New adventure: Chris said he's excited about 'deep diving into the rabbit hole' of the wrestling world. Pictured: Hulk Hogan

‘I will have to put on more size than I put on for Thor’: Chris Hemsworth (left) previously revealed he will undergo his biggest physical transformation in order to portray Hulk Hogan (right) in biopic

While Chris is looking forward to transforming into Hulk, he said the film has ‘quite a way’ to go before production begins, as he hasn’t even seen a script yet. 

Earlier this year the wrestling world reacted in anger after it was revealed the Australian star to play will portray the 80s icon in the upcoming Netflix biopic.   

Wrestling commentator Bryan Alvarez, 43, said Chris was not buff enough to play Hogan, and he thought the actor was of ‘regular size’. 

Bryan, himself a semi-retired professional wrestler, said: ‘Chris Hemsworth just looks like a normal guy’ and remarked that he had a similar body type to Brad Pitt in 2004 film, Troy. 

‘He’s big, and yes he’s got long blonde hair, but… have you seen Hulk Hogan in the ’80s? He’s at least twice the size of Thor,’ he continued.  

'He's just a normal guy!' Earlier this year, the wrestling world was left furious after the Australian hunk was cast to play Hulk Hogan (pictured) in the biopic

‘He’s just a normal guy!’ Earlier this year, the wrestling world was left furious after the Australian hunk was cast to play Hulk Hogan (pictured) in the biopic

The Umbrella Academy’s Robert Sheehan and Tom Hopper tease ‘unique’ second season


The Umbrella Academy’s Robert Sheehan and Tom Hooper teased the show’s ‘unique’ second season, which is set to be released on Netflix this Friday.

The Misfits star, 32, and actor, 35, chatted with MailOnline about the return of the Hargreeves family, as their characters -Klaus and Luther- and their siblings get stuck in the 1960s following the first season’s dramatic finale.

With the Kennedy assassination and the Civil Rights Movements key plot points in the season, Tom admitted it was ‘great’ to feature more politically-charged moments as he said: ‘There’s certain things that we’ve always talked about what we’d like to see happen in the show.

Exciting: The Umbrella Academy’s Robert Sheehan and Tom Hooper teased new family dynamics and political storylines in show’s ‘unique’ second season on Tuesday

‘But to bring those into a political context as well is even better and tackling some things that are quite prominent in today’s world, literally today.’

One such storyline sees Luther and Klaus’ sister Alison (Emmy Raver-Lampman) fight at the forefront of Dallas’ Civil Rights Movement alongside her husband, which aptly reflects recent Black Lives Matter protests. 

Tom continued: ‘Even though we couldn’t predict the future there’s a lot of stuff happening in season two that is ringing true at the moment. 

‘So, it’s quite nice to – I suppose- experiment with that sort of stuff in a fantasy world but also crossing over into the real world.’

Where they are now: The new season sees Klaus (Robert, pictured) become the leader of a cult

Where they are now: The new season sees Klaus (Robert, pictured) become the leader of a cult

Drama: With the Kennedy assassination and the Civil Rights Movements key plot points in the season, Tom admitted it was 'great' to feature more politically-charged moments in the show

Drama: With the Kennedy assassination and the Civil Rights Movements key plot points in the season, Tom admitted it was ‘great’ to feature more politically-charged moments in the show

Robert, meanwhile, felt it was important to tackle those topics in a more subtle way as it has become ‘tricky’ not to do so without be being ‘virtue signalling’.

‘I think the intelligence of it is to deal with those issues from an honest character perspective that doesn’t feel like the show is making a political statement,’ Robert explained. ‘It’s not about the politics, it’s about the characters experiencing this sort of stuff which retrospectively we can apply. 

‘That is quite interesting but the actual execution of it cannot be through a political prism because I think that sort of broadcasts itself very much as virtue signalling, and that’s the kind of stuff I would want to avoid like the plague.’

Robert’s character Klaus finds himself the leader of a cult during his time in the 1960s thanks to his charismatic nature and deceased sibling Ben’s (Justin Min) ghostly presence giving him the power of the supernatural.

Relevant: One such storyline sees Luther and Klaus' sister Alison (Emmy Raver-Lampman, pictured) fight at the forefront of Dallas' Civil Rights Movement, reflecting Black Lives Matter

Relevant: One such storyline sees Luther and Klaus’ sister Alison (Emmy Raver-Lampman, pictured) fight at the forefront of Dallas’ Civil Rights Movement, reflecting Black Lives Matter

Thoughts: Robert, meanwhile, felt it was important to tackle those topics in a more subtle way as it has become 'tricky' not to do so without be being 'virtue signalling'

Thoughts: Robert, meanwhile, felt it was important to tackle those topics in a more subtle way as it has become ‘tricky’ not to do so without be being ‘virtue signalling’

The actor admits it was ‘lovely’ to take his character in the new direction, as it was ‘good fun’ to ‘step into the shoes of a cult leader and have everyone bowing at you and stuff’.

‘I didn’t want him to become cliché cult, sort of like “oh I’m a cult leader I give you the crazy eyes”, he explained. ‘I wanted to stay away from all of the ways cults have been demonised over the years, I’m sure there are many, many examples of quite positive cults.’

‘If there are versions of something negative in the world there’s likely a positive, that’s how the universe works. 

‘I wanted Klaus’ cult to be quite positive, nobody is really having to drink the Kool-Aide or never talk to their family ever again.’

Storyline: Reflecting on Klaus' storyline, Robert admitted it was 'lovely' to take his character in the new direction, as it was 'good fun' to 'step into the shoes of a cult leader

Storyline: Reflecting on Klaus’ storyline, Robert admitted it was ‘lovely’ to take his character in the new direction, as it was ‘good fun’ to ‘step into the shoes of a cult leader

His character’s, which he felt was ‘lovely’ for the siblings.

Of their relationship, and working with Justin, Robert said: ‘Ben is still very much there as Klaus’ moral opposition, I think Klaus pushes his buttons just to be nudged back onto the straight and narrow. 

‘I think he’s got that, in the same way potentially how Luther has recast Five as his father, Klaus has done that to some degree with Ben. 

‘He acts out just to get put back in line, so that slightly quite toxic relationship still exists. But I will say it’s lovely, there’s a few scenes in the first few episodes where if Justin and I were any more relaxed we’d be in a coma!’

Family: The storyline also gave Robert the chance to expand on Klaus and Ben's (Justin Min, pictured) relationship on screen, as his deceased sibling is 'moral opposition' for his character

Family: The storyline also gave Robert the chance to expand on Klaus and Ben’s (Justin Min, pictured) relationship on screen, as his deceased sibling is ‘moral opposition’ for his character

Scene partners: Of working with Justin, Robert gushed: 'It’s lovely, there’s a few scenes in the first few episodes where if Justin and I were any more relaxed we’d be in a coma!'

Scene partners: Of working with Justin, Robert gushed: ‘It’s lovely, there’s a few scenes in the first few episodes where if Justin and I were any more relaxed we’d be in a coma!’

He went on: ‘It’s about Klaus and Ben’s relationship being pushed to tipping point, you know. 

‘The rules get changed and the power tables turn a bit, and it is about the breaking point of that relationship. 

‘So you know it was lovely and sparkly in the first season, and thankfully it was the same in the second, I work with him all day.’

Detailing his favourite moment between the two, Robert adeptly avoided spoilers as he claimed: ‘It’s stuff to do with the cult and to do with Ben, and for a change the tables being turned between Klaus and Ben. Ben is the puppet master for a change.’

Discourse: Tom's character Luther also talked about his character's arc in the season, as he 'is far from wanting to have a relationship with any of them, he’s done with the whole thing'

Discourse: Tom’s character Luther also talked about his character’s arc in the season, as he ‘is far from wanting to have a relationship with any of them, he’s done with the whole thing’

Unexpected: 'Ultimately I think he realises he needs it underneath it all, but he’s being rebellious at the beginning,' Tom said of Luther's journey in season two

Unexpected: ‘Ultimately I think he realises he needs it underneath it all, but he’s being rebellious at the beginning,’ Tom said of Luther’s journey in season two

Tom’s character Luther also talked about his character’s arc in the season, as he admits Number One ‘is far from wanting to have a relationship with any of them, he’s kind of done with the whole thing.’

‘Ultimately I think he realises he needs it underneath it all, but he’s being rebellious at the beginning,’ he detailed. ‘But I think once he realises that they’re all there, there is an inevitable pull to go back to them. 

‘It’s really nice to see them all, I love watching all the characters have their little two handers and you get a microscope into their relationship as kid,s and how it developed. It’s really nice to see that.’

A particular highlight of the season sees Luther and Five (Aidan Gallagher) team up, leading to the former seeing his time-travelling sibling as a ‘new father figure.’ 

Close: A particular highlight of the season sees Luther and Five (Aidan Gallagher, pictured) team up, leading to the former seeing his time-travelling sibling as a 'new father figure'

Close: A particular highlight of the season sees Luther and Five (Aidan Gallagher, pictured) team up, leading to the former seeing his time-travelling sibling as a ‘new father figure’

Amusing: Tom said of their new dynamic ' I have a lovely bit of storyline with Five which I particularly enjoyed, it’s a very fun, entertaining section of the story for me'

Amusing: Tom said of their new dynamic ‘ I have a lovely bit of storyline with Five which I particularly enjoyed, it’s a very fun, entertaining section of the story for me’

Tom explained: ‘I have a lovely bit of storyline with Five which I particularly enjoyed, it’s a very fun, entertaining section of the story for me. 

‘I just really enjoyed doing it, and it brought another side of Luther out I thought.’

Going on to tease the season two finale, Tom admitted that he felt ‘fans will really love the climax’ and ‘will get a kick out of [it].’

There’s a nice build to the finale and it’s quite a finale,’ he admits.

Reiterating Tom’s sentiment, Robert added: ‘The opener is a pretty sexy sequence as well, it’s quite atypical of the Umbrella Academy. 

Thrilling: Going on to tease the season two finale, Tom admitted that he felt 'fans will really love the climax' and 'will get a kick out of [it]'

Thrilling: Going on to tease the season two finale, Tom admitted that he felt ‘fans will really love the climax’ and ‘will get a kick out of [it]’

Teasing: Reiterating Tom's claim, Robert added: 'people will hopefully be quite taken aback by it and think f*** me, am I watching the right show?' (Ritu Arya and David Castaneda pictured)

Teasing: Reiterating Tom’s claim, Robert added: ‘people will hopefully be quite taken aback by it and think f*** me, am I watching the right show?’ (Ritu Arya and David Castaneda pictured)

‘Something people will hopefully be quite taken aback by and think f*** me, am I watching the right show here?’

While Tom said of what he thinks fans will enjoy best: ‘There are some great family moments this year when we’re all together.

‘I think a lot of the things that fans fell in love with from the first season was the way we are and the dynamic as a family. 

‘We’re all separated at the beginning of the season and then it kind of earns it when we’re together, you remember why you love them as a family so much. There are some really great family moments.’ 

The Umbrella Academy season 2 launches on Netflix 31st July.

Out soon: The Umbrella Academy season 2 launches on Netflix 31st July

Out soon: The Umbrella Academy season 2 launches on Netflix 31st July

White Lines star Laura Haddock, 34, goes house-hunting with her 28-year-old lover Tom Rhys Harries


White Lines star Laura Haddock, 34, goes house-hunting with her 28-year-old lover Tom Rhys Harries… who plays her on-screen brother

  • Laura Haddock and her boyfriend Tom Rhys Harries met on the White Lines set
  • The pair play brother and sister Zoe and Axel Walker in the hit Netflix Series 
  •  They were spotted viewing a stunning £1.2 million Oxfordshire farmhouse

They started dating on the set of White Lines, a drama about debauchery on Ibiza – but when Laura Haddock and her boyfriend Tom Rhys Harries went house-hunting last week, they cut an image of relaxed calm far from the hedonism of the party island.

The couple, who played brother and sister in the hit Netflix series, were spotted as they viewed a stunning Oxfordshire farmhouse, which is on the market for £1.2 million.

They arrived in a Range Rover driven by Laura, 34, wearing denim shorts and a white top, and were met by an estate agent who ushered them inside for a look around the five-bedroom home.

Laura Haddock and her boyfriend Tom Rhys Harries arrived in a Range Rover driven by Laura, 34, wearing denim shorts and a white top (pictured) and were met by an estate agent who ushered them inside for a look around the five-bedroom home

In White Lines, which was filmed last autumn, Laura played Zoe Walker, who discovers the seedy side of Ibiza as she investigates the murder of her DJ brother Axel, played by 28-year-old Tom.

News of their relationship only emerged earlier this month, less than a year after the collapse of Laura’s six-year marriage to Sam Claflin, who starred in The Hunger Games films. Together they have a son, four-year-old Pip, and a daughter Margot, two.

When they announced their split last August, Claflin, 34, wrote on Instagram: ‘Laura and I have decided to legally separate. We will move forward with nothing but love, friendship and a deep respect for one another whilst we continue to raise our family together.’

DRAMATIC SETTING: Laura Haddock filming White Lines in Ibiza. In White Lines, which was filmed last autumn, Laura played Zoe Walker, who discovers the seedy side of Ibiza as she investigates the murder of her DJ brother Axel, played by 28-year-old Tom

DRAMATIC SETTING: Laura Haddock filming White Lines in Ibiza. In White Lines, which was filmed last autumn, Laura played Zoe Walker, who discovers the seedy side of Ibiza as she investigates the murder of her DJ brother Axel, played by 28-year-old Tom

RISING STAR: Laura’s previous role in the BBC crime drama The Capture playing lawyer Hannah Roberts, pictured above

RISING STAR: Laura’s previous role in the BBC crime drama The Capture playing lawyer Hannah Roberts, pictured above

Laura and Sam first met in 2011 at an audition and Sam, who’s also been in Peaky Blinders, described their marriage in 2013 as ‘easily one of his greatest achievements’.

Before White Lines, Laura appeared in the first Inbetweeners film and last year’s BBC crime-drama The Capture, playing lawyer Hannah Roberts. Tom has appeared in the Inbetweeners sequel and Sky drama Britannia.

Chrishell Stause is ‘blindsided’ by Justin Hartley’s divorce filing in trailer for Selling Sunset


Chrishell Stause is ‘blindsided’ by Justin Hartley’s divorce filing as their split plays out in trailer for Selling Sunset season three

Chrishell Stause is blindsided as husband Justin Hartley files for divorce in the new season of Selling Sunset.

In the trailer for season three of the Netflix show, which dropped on Friday, the 39-year-old real estate agent’s sudden split from the This Is Us star hits her hard as she’s leans on her coworkers for support.

And the relationship bombshell is not the only drama rocking the Oppenheim Group as the tension grows between former best friends Mary Fitzgerald and Christine Quinn. 

Emotional: Chrishell Stause is blindsided as husband Justin Hartley files for divorce in the new season of Selling Sunset

Christine is also in the middle of planning her fairy tale wedding to Christian Richard.

Just before Christine’s big day however, the cast finds out about Chrishell’s bombshell split as Justin’s divorce filing hits headlines.

The couple, who married in October 2017, split in November last year.

Mary rushes to Chrishell’s side to console her as she tearfully reveals she was ‘blindsided’ by the filing.

Christine appears to be irritated by the timing of Chrishell’s heartache as she says ‘I really want to be excited for my wedding but obviously it’s overshadowed by Chrishell’s divorce.’

Headline news: Mary rushes to Chrishell's side to console her after the cast find out about the divorce from news articles

Headline news: Mary rushes to Chrishell’s side to console her after the cast find out about the divorce from news articles

Wow: Mary looks shocked as Chrishell tearfully reveals she was 'blindsided' by the filing

Wow: Mary looks shocked as Chrishell tearfully reveals she was ‘blindsided’ by the filing

Shock split: The couple, who married in October 2017, split in November 2019 with the This Is Us star filing for divorce

Shock split: The couple, who married in October 2017, split in November 2019 with the This Is Us star filing for divorce

A later scene shows Crishell leaving the wedding reception saying ‘I don’t want to do this anymore,’

She later adds, ‘The crazy way this went down… people want answers. I want answers.’

Meanwhile, Christine accuses Mary of getting special treatment from broker Jason Oppenheim, whom Mary used to date. 

Her big day: Christine is also in the middle of planning her fairytale wedding to Christian Richard

Meanwhile, Christine (pictured) accuses Mary of getting special treatment from broker Jason Oppenheim, whom Mary used to date

Meanwhile, Christine (pictured) accuses Mary of getting special treatment from broker Jason Oppenheim, whom Mary used to date

'Favoritism at its best' she's seen complaining after Mary seemingly gets another listing from Jason

‘Favoritism at its best’ she’s seen complaining after Mary seemingly gets another listing from Jason

‘Favoritism at its best’ she’s seen complaining after Mary seemingly gets another listing from Jason.

‘I never start the drama — I just finish it,’ she proclaims in another part of the clip. 

The series follows realtors at the Oppenheim Group in West Hollywood and stars Chrishell Stause, Christine Quinn, Maya Vander, Mary Fitzgerald, Heather Rae Young, Davina Potratz, Amanza Smith, Jason Oppenheim and Brett Oppenheim.

The third season of the Netflix series, will be available to stream August 7. 

Drama on the way: The series follows realtors at the Oppenheim Group in West Hollywood and stars Chrishell Stause, Christine Quinn, Maya Vander, Mary Fitzgerald, Heather Rae Young, Davina Potratz, Amanza Smith, Jason Oppenheim and Brett Oppenheim

Drama on the way: The series follows realtors at the Oppenheim Group in West Hollywood and stars Chrishell Stause, Christine Quinn, Maya Vander, Mary Fitzgerald, Heather Rae Young, Davina Potratz, Amanza Smith, Jason Oppenheim and Brett Oppenheim

Charlize Theron teases a possible sequel to her hit Netflix action thriller The Old Guard


Charlize Theron has another hit on her hands with Netflix’s The Old Guard, with the actress teasing that a sequel may be in the works.

Fans and critics alike have been raving about the action-thriller since its release on July 10, which has lead many to wonder whether or not a sequel is in the works.

Theron, 44, was asked about the sequel in a new interview with Variety, where she revealed everyone is on board, but it’s not happening quite yet.

Possible sequel: Charlize Theron has another hit on her hands with Netflix’s The Old Guard, with the actress teasing that a sequel may be in the works

‘We’re still pushing this one out,’ Theron said of The Old Guard, indicating it’s too early for sequel talk for now, though she added everyone wants to make a sequel.

‘Let’s have a little resting period, but just given the fact that all of us really want to do it, I’m sure when it’s the right time, we’ll start the conversation,’ she added.

There is no word yet if her director, Gina Prince-Blythewood, or writer Greg Rucka, who adapted the script based on his own comic, will return for the follow-up. 

Pushing: 'We’re still pushing this one out,' Theron said of The Old Guard, indicating it's too early for sequel talk for now, though she added everyone wants to make a sequel

Pushing: ‘We’re still pushing this one out,’ Theron said of The Old Guard, indicating it’s too early for sequel talk for now, though she added everyone wants to make a sequel

The Old Guard follows a covert team of immortal mercenaries are suddenly exposed and must now fight to keep their identity a secret just as an unexpected new member is discovered. 

Theron stars alongside youngster KiKi Layne as Nile, the new member, along with Chiwetel Ejiofor, Harry Melling, Marwan Kenzari and Matthias Schoenaerts. 

Netflix recently revealed that the film will have been watched by a whopping 72 million households in its first four weeks, which Theron found astounding. 

Cast: Theron stars alongside youngster KiKi Layne as Nile, the new member, along with Chiwetel Ejiofor (above), Harry Melling, Marwan Kenzari and Matthias Schoenaerts

Cast: Theron stars alongside youngster KiKi Layne as Nile, the new member, along with Chiwetel Ejiofor (above), Harry Melling, Marwan Kenzari and Matthias Schoenaerts

‘It’s pretty nutty, right? It’s pretty crazy,’ Theron added, though she insisted that she wasn’t thinking about how big the audience could be while making the film.

‘I’m not that brave,’ she added with a laugh. ‘I don’t want to hear predictions. No, thank you.’

She also revealed that she was sent the graphic novel the film is based on, written by Greg Rucka with illustrations by Leandro Fernandez, while she was filming Bombshell.

Nutty: 'It’s pretty nutty, right? It’s pretty crazy,' Theron added, though she insisted that she wasn't thinking about how big the audience could be while making the film

Nutty: ‘It’s pretty nutty, right? It’s pretty crazy,’ Theron added, though she insisted that she wasn’t thinking about how big the audience could be while making the film

‘We were about three weeks into shooting Bombshell, and I remember vividly we were sitting at video village, watching a scene, Jay (Roach) directing, and I got this graphic novel,’ she began.

‘I opened it up and I read like four pages and I was like, “Whoa, this is really interesting,’ she said, adding she was ‘looking for something in the sci-fi world.’

She added that there was a ‘real emotional story behind it that I think we all really responded to,’ leading to her signing on. 

Signing on: She added that there was a 'real emotional story behind it that I think we all really responded to,' leading to her signing on

Signing on: She added that there was a ‘real emotional story behind it that I think we all really responded to,’ leading to her signing on

Karl Stefanovic and Allison Langdon’s different reactions to ‘sexist’ joke


Karl Stefanovic bursts into laughter over a ‘sexist’ joke on the Today show – but his scowling co-host Allison Langdon looks less than impressed

He normally has the crowd in fits of laughter, but it seems that Jack Whitehall had the opposite effect after one of his jokes fell flat on the Today show. 

The British comedian appeared on the breakfast program on Tuesday to promote his new Netflix comedy, ‘I’m Only Joking.’

And, the 32-year-old accidentally caused some tension between hosts Karl Stefanovic and Allison Langdon with a cheeky joke.   

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He said what? Jack Whitehall (right) accidentally caused some tension between hosts Karl Stefanovic (left) and Allison Langdon (centre) with a cheeky joke

A short clip featuring the joke aired before his scheduled interview. 

‘I had an amicable break up, which people tell you it is a good thing,’ Jack’s joke began. 

‘I’m here to tell you, it ain’t. The closest I’ve come to a relationship since though is Alexa. Lovely Alexa.

‘Stores and records everything you say so she can use it in the future, just like a real girlfriend.’ 

Not so funny: Karl (left) thought the joke was hilarious, but Allison (right) looked less than impressed prompting her co-host to apologise for laughing

Not so funny: Karl (left) thought the joke was hilarious, but Allison (right) looked less than impressed prompting her co-host to apologise for laughing

Karl thought the joke was hilarious, but Allison looked less than impressed prompting her co-host to apologise for laughing. 

Cutting to Jack, Karl revealed that the joke had caused ‘a bit of friction’ before Allison added: ‘I’m not happy with you Jack.’ 

The comedian quickly defended the joke saying: ‘I’m only joking. It is in the title. It is a disclaimer.’ 

Having a laugh: The comedian quickly defended the joke saying: 'I'm only joking. It is in the title. It is a disclaimer'

Having a laugh: The comedian quickly defended the joke saying: ‘I’m only joking. It is in the title. It is a disclaimer’

Of course, Allison’s comments were all meant in jest and the three enjoyed a good laugh during the segment. 

In fact, the comedian loves Karl and Allison so much that he revealed he put them in his new comedy show. 

‘You are in my show, in the Netflix show. When it comes out – the opening scene is me on the show with you two, so the whole show opens with you guys,’ he said.  

I’m Only Joking is available on Netflix now

Aussie talent: Jack (pictured) loves Karl and Allison so much that he revealed he put them in his new comedy show

Aussie talent: Jack (pictured) loves Karl and Allison so much that he revealed he put them in his new comedy show

Francesca Farago and Tana Mongeau hold hands in Hollywood


She split from fiancee Harry Jowsey in mid-June after they fell in love on the Netflix reality show Too Hot To Handle.

And over a month later, Francesca Farago looked happy as ever as she stepped out with pal Tana Mongeau in Hollywood.

The 26-year-old stunning reality star, who hails from Vancouver, Canada, flaunted her tiny midsection while sporting a cream colored crop top with jeans on Sunday.

Pals: Francesca Farago looked happy as ever as she stepped out with pal Tana Mongeau in Hollywood

The brunette showcased her incredible figure in a beige spaghetti crop top with floral detailing; the number had a string element down the middle, revealing flashes of skin.

Francesca flaunted her ample cleavage in the tiny top, adding high-waisted jeans with large tears along the hips.

The beauty put her toned midsection on display in the look, adding Gucci logo patterned boots and a Dior logo handbag.

Francesca wore her locks in her signature half-up, half-down look with gold jewelry and pink lipstick on her full pout.

Stylish: The 26-year-old stunning reality star, who hails from Toronto, Canada, flaunted her tiny midsection while sporting a cream colored crop top with jeans on Sunday

Stylish: The 26-year-old stunning reality star, who hails from Toronto, Canada, flaunted her tiny midsection while sporting a cream colored crop top with jeans on Sunday

Francesca held pal Tana’s hand as they walked around the neighborhood for their Sunday afternoon stroll.

Tana donned a coordinating look – an olive crop top with high-waisted ripped jeans and beige boots. 

The duo were seen hanging out during Fourth of July weekend in Los Angeles as well, with pal Haley Cureton, who also starred on Too Hot To Handle with Francesca.

Night out: The duo were seen hanging out during Fourth of July weekend in Los Angeles as well, with pal Haley Cureton, who also starred on Too Hot To Handle with Francesca; Francesca pictured with Tana and Haley

Night out: The duo were seen hanging out during Fourth of July weekend in Los Angeles as well, with pal Haley Cureton, who also starred on Too Hot To Handle with Francesca; Francesca pictured with Tana and Haley

In mid-June, Francesca and Harry split, following their romance on Too Hot To Handle; Harry had proposed to her on the virtual Too Hot To Handle reunion in May.

Francesca said in a YouTube video after their breakup: ‘Harry and I are not together anymore, adding that she was ‘obviously heartbroken.’ 

The star wiped away tears in the emotional video as she revealed that he broke up with her. 

The beauty said that she was trying to plan trips to see Harry in LA after he moved there from Australia; at the time she was still living in Vancouver.

Francesca said he ‘couldn’t do long-distance anymore’ despite her planning to move to LA soon as well. 

She said she made the video ‘to announce that we’re not together and we’re not getting back together because I needed to solidify that in my own brain,’ adding ‘the love I had for him was very, very, very, very real.’ 

Moving forward: In mid-June, Francesca and Harry split, following their romance on Too Hot To Handle; Harry had proposed to her on the virtual Too Hot To Handle reunion in May; pictured July 14 in West Hollywood

Moving forward: In mid-June, Francesca and Harry split, following their romance on Too Hot To Handle; Harry had proposed to her on the virtual Too Hot To Handle reunion in May; pictured July 14 in West Hollywood

Harry, who hails from Australia, revealed that he broke up with her in YouTube video shared the next day.

He said: ‘”I was so in love and I was so drawn to her and my eyes have never been for anyone but her,’ in the video he titled ‘I broke up with her.’

Harry said: ‘When we were together, we were always on edge, always. We would have the highest highs — then like, the happiest moments of my life were with her. But when things were bad, they were really bad. Every time we would fight, it would just be the worst, most depressing times in my entire life.’

The way they were: She split from fiancee Harry Jowsey in mid-June after they fell in love on the Netflix reality show Too Hot To Handle

The way they were: She split from fiancee Harry Jowsey in mid-June after they fell in love on the Netflix reality show Too Hot To Handle

Looking good: Francesca shared a stunning snap of herself rocking a low-cut dress and black boots on Sunday

Looking good: Francesca shared a stunning snap of herself rocking a low-cut dress and black boots on Sunday

Idris Elba is ‘offered a £5million deal with Apple TV in the hope of rivalling Netflix’


Idris Elba has been offered a £5million deal with Apple TV’s streaming service in the hopes of rivalling Netflix, according to reports.

The actor, 47, is thought to have been offered the seven-figure sum by Jay Hunt, who commissioned hit-series Luther, and is now the European content chief for Apple.

A source told the Mirror: ‘Landing a heavyweight multi-talent like Idris who is not just an actor, but a producer, director and musician is a coup for Apple.

Impressive: Idris Elba has been offered a £5million deal with Apple TV’s streaming service in the hopes of rivalling Netflix, according to reports 

‘He’s universally liked, extremely talented, versatile, and will bring in the viewers globally. For both parties it’s a win, win situation.’ 

Idris is reportedly being lined up to help produce content for Apple’s TV Plus service which is being deemed the ‘Netflix killer’.

MailOnline has contacted Idris’s representatives for comment.  

It comes after Idris said he does not agree with censoring old sitcoms because of modern sensibilities about race.    

Rivalry: Idris is reportedly being lined up to help produce content for Apple's TV Plus service which is being deemed the 'Netflix killer' (stock image)

Rivalry: Idris is reportedly being lined up to help produce content for Apple’s TV Plus service which is being deemed the ‘Netflix killer’ (stock image)

Sitcoms including Little Britain, which came under fire because of the use of blackface make-up in some sketches, have been recently dropped from Netflix, BBC iPlayer and BritBox following backlash from viewers.

But Idris told the Radio Times. ‘I’m very much a believer in freedom of speech.’

‘Instead, there should be a ratings system warning viewers that a film or show has outdated, insulting viewpoints,’ he said.

While not referring to a specific programme, Elba said: ‘To mock the truth, you have to know the truth. But to censor racist themes within a show, to pull it… I think viewers should know that people made shows like this.

‘Commissioners and archive-holders pulling things they think are exceptionally tone-deaf at this time – fair enough and good for you.

Criticised: Little Britain has been removed from streaming sites because of scenes involving blackface, leading to a mixed reaction from viewers

Criticised: Little Britain has been removed from streaming sites because of scenes involving blackface, leading to a mixed reaction from viewers

‘But I think, moving forward, people should know that freedom of speech is accepted, but the audience should know what they’re getting into.’

‘I don’t believe in censorship,’ Elba added. ‘I believe that we should be allowed to say what we want to say. Because, after all, we’re story-makers.’

The In The Long Run actor said boosting diversity needs a change in attitude.

‘Money helps,’ he said, but added: ‘It’s a shift in attitude, in perspective, in tolerance. And you can’t put an amount on that.’

In an apparent reaction to the Black Lives Matter protests, Netflix pulled Little Britain from streaming services last month, along with Matt Lucas and David Walliams’ other comedy Come Fly With Me.

Recovered: Idris said that broadcasters should use a rating system to warn viewers about historic content that could be offensive (pictured in February 2018)

Recovered: Idris said that broadcasters should use a rating system to warn viewers about historic content that could be offensive (pictured in February 2018)

Then the BBC and BritBox both confirmed they had also decided to remove Little Britain saying ‘times have changed’ since the show first aired. 

Similarly, Bo’ Selecta, which impersonated black stars such as Craig David, Trisha Goddard and Michael Jackson has been removed from All 4 after creator Leigh Francis recently issued a tearful apology. It is, however, still available on Prime Video. 

It suggested an uncertain future for other popular comedy series which feature similar techniques, though many are still available to watch on streaming sites.  

The decision by Netflix to remove Lucas and Walliams’ two series sparked anger from subscribers to the service, who were annoyed when they discovered the two shows had been dropped. 

The move is likely to lead to calls for more outdated shows that may be seen as racist to be removed. 

Could the axe swing on more of Britain’s favourite comedies?

League of Gentlemen

Papa Lazarou features in League of Gentlemen, which is still available to watch on Neflix and iPlayer

Papa Lazarou features in League of Gentlemen, which is still available to watch on Neflix and iPlayer

Steve Pemberton and Mark Gattis’ BBC comedy features a character called Papa Lazarou – a blacked-up ringmaster who calls everybody Dave. He collects spouses by forcing his way into women’s homes posing as a humble peg-seller, then talks gibberish at them until they hand over their wedding rings, at which point he says: ‘You’re my wife now!’ League of Gentlemen is still available to watch on both Netflix and BBC iPlayer. 

Bo’ Selecta

Leigh Francis said he was 'deeply sorry' for the way he impersonated stars such as Trisha Goddard

Leigh Francis said he was ‘deeply sorry’ for the way he impersonated stars such as Trisha Goddard

Comedian Leigh Francis tearfully apologised for impersonating black stars such as Craig David, Trisha Goddard and Michael Jackson on his programme. Talk show host Trisha said it ’emboldoned a lot of casual racism’ while popstar David insists it ruined his life. Bo’ Selecta is no longer on All 4 but remains on Prime Video.

The Simpsons 

Apu has come under fire for perpetuating racial stereotypes

Apu has come under fire for perpetuating racial stereotypes 

Hank Azaria announced earlier this year he will no longer voice Indian immigrant and Kwik-E-Mart owner Apu on The Simpsons after 30 years. The South Asian character has come under fire for perpetuating racial stereotypes. The Simpsons is broadcast regularly on Channel 4 and can be streamed on Disney+.

Ruddy Hell! It’s Harry and Paul 

Nelson Mandela was parodied in Harry and Paul's sketch show

Nelson Mandela was parodied in Harry and Paul’s sketch show

Harry Enfield and Paul Whitehouse faced criticism in their sketch series for their depiction of Nelson Mandela appearing on adverts selling various narcotics and promoting shoplifting.

Rising Damp 

The character of Rupert Rigsby has also been criticised, but creator Eric Chappell defended him by saying he ‘was not a racist or a bigot, but he was prejudiced and suspicious of strangers’. There were also jokes about Leonard Rossiter’s character having a black medical student as a tenant. Rising Damp is still available to watch via Prime and ITV Hub. 

Facejacker

The prank call show often featured accents

The prank call show often featured accents

Channel 4’s show about prank calling often featured accents from ethnic minorities. Star Kayvan Novak previously said: ‘There’s a weird thing going on at the moment where the more extreme politics and people’s opinions get, the more it seems that comedy on TV is all about playing safe and not offending anyone, when it needs to hold up a mirror and go ‘this is what’s going on now’.’

Only Fools and Horses

Even perhaps Britain’s most beloved sitcom of all time has had to edit old episodes to remove politically incorrect dialogue, such as an episode where Del told a child to ‘pop down to the P**i shop’ – a line no longer broadcast in repeats.

The Two Ronnies

Another one of the nation’s all-time favourites. Many have felt uncomfortable about a sketch titled ‘The Sheikh in the Grocery Store’, which features Ronnie Corbett wearing dark makeup and an Arabic keffiyeh, mispronouncing the names of items on his shopping list. The Archway School in Gloucestershire had to apologise for showing the clip to parents after complaints were made. 

Fantasy Football League

David Baddiel as Jason Lee

David Baddiel as Jason Lee

Ex-Nottingham Forest star Jason Lee, who was often a target of ridicule on the 90s show, said David Baddiel’s depiction of him was ‘a form of bullying’.

The Mighty Boosh

Noel Fielding as 'The Spirit of Jazz'

Noel Fielding as ‘The Spirit of Jazz’

 Noel Fielding portrays ‘The Spirit of Jazz’ – a black, dreadlocked character in the BBC series, sparking much discussion over racism. Fielding has also been in hot water after a picture emerged of him painted black while dressed as tennis star Bjorn Borg.