KimK’s trainer says Kanye West doesn’t come to gym out of jealousy

London, Oct 17 (ANI): Kim Kardashian’s trainer has revealed that Kanye West doesn’t visit his wife in gym out of jealousy.

 

Gunnar Peterson, who has worked with A-celebs like Angelina Jolie, Matthew McConaughey, Penelope Cruz, said that he doesn’t think the couple worry about getting jealous, the Mirror reported.

 

He said that what happens is their training becomes so much a part of their daily speech they want to check it out and one can’t help talking about a good session.

Peterson added that Kim just trains and is one of the hardest working people inside and outside the gym and that the work she puts in, she knows it pays off.

Busy Brad Pitt owes buddy George Clooney wedding present

London, Oct 17 (ANI): Brad Pitt had been so busy filming ‘By The Sea’ with wife Angelina Jolie that he missed the nuptials of his best friend George Clooney, but the actor admits he owes Clooney a wedding gift.

 

The 50-year-old actor, who’s also a father-of-six, explained that he and Jolie were shooting in Malta when the lavish celebrations took place in Venice last month, the Mirror reported.

 

Pitt would also be seen in the upcoming flick ‘Fury,’ where he plays the role of Wardaddy alongside Shia LaBeouf, Logan Lerman and Michael Pena.

Avatar 2 to begin casting in LA, Wellington soon

Wellington, Oct 17 (ANI): The sequel to the 2009 blockbuster film ‘Avatar’ would soon begin to cast for the project in New Zealand and America.

 

According to Stuff.co.nz, Miramar-based The Casting Company would be handling the casting in New Zealand for ‘Avatar 2’, which would be the first of three upcoming sequels to the James Cameron’s film.

 

Cameron would return to helm the project while actors Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana and Sigourney Weaver reprise their roles from the original film, which had grossed more than 3.5 billion dollars worldwide, and had become the highest-grossing movie of all time.

 

The movie would follow directly from its predecessor and would begin filming in New Zealand in 2015.

Nicole Scherzinger reveals new album was like `therapy`

Washington, Oct 17 (ANI): Nicole Scherzinger has revealed that her new album ‘Big Fat Lie’ was like “therapy.”

 

The 36-year-old singer said that it’s a very personal album to her and it’s a transitional album as it is very honest and authentic, People Magazine reported.

 

The former ‘X Factor’ judge, who for eight years felt like she wasn’t enough, wasn’t pretty, was fat and wasn’t worthy of more, added that she is in a different place in her life now and she feels a bit more confident and comfortable in her own skin to be able to talk about things that she hadn’t talked about before.

 

Scherzinger continued that it feels good to be truthful, because not everyone’s perfect and everyone always has these pre-conceived notions that unlike celebrities, who are supposedly glamorous and don’t have any problems and any issues, they battle with their own issues.

 

Movie trailers are less-shared types of film content

Washington, Oct 17 (ANI): A new research has revealed that movie trailers aren’t most-shared movie content.

 

According to the Hollywood Reporter, the social video advertising platform Unruly’s study showed that the prank-based viral videos or “prankverts,” stand-alone micro-movies and music videos are the most-shared types of movie content over the past 12 months.

 

Unruly’s U.S. president Richard Kosinski said that Consumers are also experiencing “content shock” as the smart advertisers are creating memorable content by generating intense emotional responses in viewers and breaking away from traditional trailers.

 

Kosinski added that the top three most-shared videos of the past 12 months are prankverts or, in the case of Frozen, a trackvert or a video based around a song, like Frozen’s ubiquitous ‘Let It Go.’

 

The study found that films that go beyond the trailer are generating cut-through and social buzz in a competitive, trailer-heavy media landscape.

‘Twin Peaks’ novel to fill in show’s 25-year hiatus

Washington, Oct 17 (ANI): A novel, from “Twin Peaks” co-creator Mark Frost will be releasing soon that will let fans know fans know “happened to the people of that iconic fictional town” in the 25-year hiatus.

 

The book’s publisher, Flatiron Books has said that the story will also delve deeper into the central mystery of the series, the death of Laura Palmer, the Verve reported.

 

The new series of “Twin Peaks” will air in 2016.