The US Sun: The latest installment of the franchise, Mission: Impossible 7, has already been hit with a host of Covid-related delays as cast and crew travel around Europe. In October, the Top Gun actor held crisis talks with the film’s director Christopher McQuarrie, 52, days after 12 people on set in Italy were said to have tested positive. Up to 150 extras were told not to come in to shoot scenes in Venice as health chiefs traced contacts of those who had tested positive. After returning to the UK two weeks ago, Cruise has personally tried to ensure there are no more delays. He has been pictured wearing a mask onset and keeps a constant eye out for rule-breakers. He was even recording giving what this outlet will label “a rousing pep talk”. We have the audio. Let's talk about it on the other side.
COSMOPOLITAN: Recently though, one of Lizzo’s open posts has sparked a widespread debate and some disappointment – as the body confidence powerhouse told her followers that she's been embarking on a 10-day smoothie cleanse.. Given that she is so widely known for her stance on self-love, Lizzo's choice to share that she'd been on a "detox" was met with backlash, which also prompted many to leap to her defense too. Others tried to take a more neutral stance and commented that the diet culture debate is nuanced. We have the response to the criticism and we’ll discuss it on the other side
T3MEDIAS BLOG: As you’ve heard by now, Sia has tweeted support for singer FKA twigs following her sexual assault lawsuit against ex Shia LeBeouf, saying she too was “hurt emotionally” by the actor and was “conned” into an “adulterous relationship” with him. On Entertainment Online, The 34-year-old Transformers star has not responded to Sia's remarks, which she made on Twitter on Saturday, Dec. 11. This marks the first time either of them, who have worked together, have spoken about being in a relationship. "I too have been hurt emotionally by Shia, a pathological liar, who conned me into an adulterous relationship claiming to be single," tweeted the notoriously private Sia. Chris wrote an Op-Ed on the use of the words “Conned” and “Adultery”.