After a year hiatus from the show, Bran (Isaac Hempstead-Wright) returns to Game of Thrones, and Entertainment Weekly has the exclusive first look.
We last saw Bran meeting the cave-dwelling mystical Three-Eyed Raven (now played by Max von Sydow) in the season 4 finale as Bran sought to control his fledgling psychic powers. As you can see, the 16-year-old actor has grown plenty since we last saw him. He now has short hair and is around six feet tall (poor Hodor’s back!).
Check out the photo here.
It’s only right that LeBron James end 2015 on a baller note.
The Cleveland Cavaliers basketball star released his first-ever virtual reality film, titled Striving For Greatness. Mashable writes:
Earlier this week, the basketball star, in collaboration with Oculus Studios, released his first VR film called Striving for Greatness, which shows James at various points of the day working out, from yoga, to shoot around, to cardio training. Produced by Félix & Paul Studios, the 360-degree video is one of a five-part series called Uninterrupted.
Check out the teaser clip above and let us know what you think.
Do you smell what The Rock is cookin’?
Welcome back, Rock.
Ryan Phillippe scooped up a hot one.
The actor is officially engaged to his longtime girlfriend Paulina Slagter, this according to PEOPLE. The site reports:
The couple were spotted arriving in Miami on Sunday for lunch at Seaspice where they ate riverside and Slagter was seen showing off her engagement ring, an on-looker tells PEOPLE.
His proposal to his 24-year-old law student girlfriend is said to have happened over the Christmas period, and the pair will be ringing in the New Year together in Miami.
Join us in congratulating the beautiful couple.
A little hate can’t stop Caitlyn Jenner‘s shine.
The I Am Cait reality star is heading the first-ever Oscar campaign for a trans actress. Mya Taylor has a supporting role in the indie drama Tangerine, and it already landed her a Gotham award. Next stop? The Oscars.
Caitlyn Jenner is leading the first-ever Oscar campaign for a trans actress with Mya Taylor’s supporting role in Sean Baker’s indie drama “Tangerine.”
The Olympic medalist will host a special screening of the film, which already landed Taylor a Gotham Award for breakthrough actor/actress. She’s also nominated for best supporting actress at the Independent Spirit Awards.
The Magnolia Pictures event, which will be held at Los Angeles’ Landmark theater on Jan. 4, will include a post-screening reception with appearances by Jenner, Taylor, executive producers Mark and Jay Duplass and Baker, who was named one of Variety‘s 10 Directors to Watch earlier this year.
Read more about Tangerine here.