Dwayne Johnson Reveals a ‘Hobbs & Shaw’ Sequel Is Being Developed!

Dwayne Johnson has some good news for fans of the Fast & Furious franchise and specifically those who love the characters Hobbs and Shaw. After the success of last year’s spin-off movie Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw, Dwayne says a sequel is in the works! Dwayne reunited with Jason Statham for the action-packed movie, which also starred Idris Elba and Vanessa Kirby. The film grossed $759 million worldwide. “We are developing now the next film, and I’m pretty excited about it,” Dwayne said during an Instagram Live Q&A, according to Empire. “We just gotta figure out the creative right now, and the direction we’re going to go.” F9, the upcoming ninth movie in the Fast franchise, was supposed …

Ben Platt & ‘Dear Evan Hansen’ Stars Sing ‘You Will Be Found’ from Home (Video)

James Corden hosted a special called Homefest on Monday (March 30) and he chatted with celebs via video chat while everyone’s at home in quarantine. At the end of the night, James had Ben Platt and cast members from the Broadway musical Dear Evan Hansen perform the song “You Will Be Found,” all via videos filmed at their own homes. Ben starred in the show on Broadway and he won the Tony Award for his performance. Jordan Fisher, the most recent actor to play the role in New York City, is one of the many people featured in the video. James spoke about the range of emotions he’s felt while in quarantine, and on the importance of being there for …

Is fake meat getting too much like the real thing?

From the bleeding Impossible Burger to ‘full-muscle’ mushroom steaks, we’ve entered the uncanny valley of meat alternatives I’ve been thinking back to just a few years ago: it was a simpler time, when, at a nice family dinner, my conservative dad could reasonably scoff at the veggie option on the menu, and I, a worldly college sophomore, could reasonably look down my nose at the menu’s meat. It was an era of balance and harmony, when animal and plant proteins fit neatly into their own categories, and God looked down on it, and it was good. Then along came the Impossible Burger, a veggie burger that bleeds, thanks to a crafty concoction of beet juice and other things. And when …

Diplo Praises LGBTQ+ Community for Underground Music & Culture

Diplo is giving the LGBTQ+ community major credit for all they’ve done for music — and yes, queen — we’re here for it! Diplo and Orville Peck grace the cover of Attitude‘s May issue, in which the superstar DJ/producer opens up about underground music and culture, a movement which he attributes largely to the queer community. He says quote: It’s always been the queer artists that have changed the way music exists. The original guys who were creating hip-hop were queer. House music, Baltimore Club, New Orleans bounce music — every time there’s a genre that falls out of nothing, it’s always been kind of like the queer scene that created that. It’s always been in the underground. He adds: I think that’s back …