BOL­LY­WOOD HOL­LY­WOOD TELE­VI­SION MU­SIC ‘BEST THING YOU CAN DO IN LOVE IS BE A GEN­TLE­MAN’

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Cana­dian ac­tor (right) cel­e­brated Jack Kirby’s 100th birth­day in a spe­cial and unique way. The ac­tor, who will be next seen in the se­quel of Marvel’s 2015 Ant-Man ti­tled Ant-Man and the Wasp shared the first photo of her­self wear­ing her Wasp cos­tume. She shared the photo on Twit­ter and cap­tioned it. “I am hon­oured to be on set to­day play­ing #TheWasp on what would be Jack Kirby’s 100th birth­day.” Kirby co-created Janet van Dyne (the orig­i­nal Wasp) along with Stan Lee back in 1963. Lilly plays Hope, the daugh­ter of Janet van Dyne and Hank Pym (the orig­i­nal Ant-Man). The film would also in­clude orig­i­nal Wasp Janet van Dyne, to be played by Michelle Pfeif­fer. Paul Rudd will reprise the role of Ant-Man in Pey­ton Reed’s di­rec­to­rial, with Michael Dou­glas re­turn­ing as Hank Pym. Lau­rence Fish­burne is join­ing the se­ries as Bill Foster, who, in the comics, worked as a sci­en­tist along­side Hank and later be­came a size-chang­ing su­per­hero in his own right, ini­tially as Black Go­liath and then as Gi­ant-Man.

Singer-song­writer Ryan Adams (right) said that he got to know him­self bet­ter due to his re­la­tion­ship with Mandy Moore (left). The 42-year-old mu­si­cian mar­ried the singer-ac­tor in 2009 af­ter dat­ing her for a year. “The weird­est thing is that it was es­cap­ing the pain I felt from los­ing a per­son I had loved dearly. And here was this very nice, kind per­son who lived on this other coast where the sun was shin­ing and things were dif­fer­ent. In a way, it was like an elixir. I al­most felt like all that dif­fer­ence helped me get out of my­self and shed who I thought I was, so I could get down into the depths of re­ally know­ing my­self,” Ryan told Van­ity Fair mag­a­zine. Moore filed for di­vorce in Jan­uary 2015, and it later emerged they had split al­most six months be­fore that, but Ryan said he wants to keep rea­sons for the end of their mar­riage to him­self. “There’s noth­ing for me to say about any­thing I went through out­side of my art that would be help­ful in a way I would be com­fort­able with. For me, the best thing you can do as a man in lov­ing some­one is to do your best, go on that walk, and at the end of that walk be as much of a gen­tle­man as you were in the be­gin­ning.”

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