What’s Trending — Oct. 13, 2021

Arts & Entertainment

Jeriann Tripodi, Editor

Welcome to the wonderful world of entertainment. The following news includes highlights of celebrities, television, movies and music this week.

Meghan Trainor and her husband use side-by-side toilets

            During her guest appearance on the “Why Won’t You Date Me” podcast, pop singer Meghan Trainor revealed that she and her husband actor Daryl Sabara had toilets installed next to each other so they can use the restroom together. Trainor then took to Twitter to further share that this is normal for the pair because they are “soulmates,” and also because she misses him when she’s away from him.


Adam Levine gets butterfly tattoo during Instagram and Facebook outage

            Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine has debuted his most recent tattoo on his Instagram story right after the social media platform’s global outage. Captioning the picture of the butterfly tattoo on his neck, the singer said,“[A] wise man once said… ‘when Instagram goes down tattoo your throat’ his name was @nathan_kostechko.” Kostechko is Levine’s tattoo artist. In addition to the butterfly on a spider web, the “She Will Be Loved” singer has also recently dyed his hair blue to help complete his new look.


“Stranger Things” star David Harbour teases what to expect on season four

         At New York Comic Con 2021, “Stranger Things” star David Harbour teased what to expect on the highly anticipated fourth season of the hit Netflix series. Talking about his character, Jim Hopper, Harbour hinted that the police chief of Hawkins will change for the better and that his past traumas will be explored. Regarding the main cast, Harbour suggested that the “family dynamic” between them remains. Netflix has released sneak peeks for the sci-fi drama’s new season, but has yet to announce an exact premiere date, which will be sometime in 2022.


“No Time to Die” tops the box office

            The 25th film in the James Bond series, “No Time to Die,” has topped the box office during its first weekend in theaters. This final installment in Daniel Craig’s James Bond saga has made $56 million its opening weekend. The spy film is rated PG-13 and follows Bond on a mission to rescue a kidnapped scientist. But, while trailing the villain, it is discovered that they are armed with a new and very dangerous technology.

Roger Ebert

Number one on the Billboard charts: week of Oct. 9, 2021

According to “The Hot 100” on the charts, the number one song in the U.S. is “My Universe” by Coldplay and BTS. This is the first week the pop song is on the charts. According to the “Billboard 200,” the number one album in the U.S. is “Sincerely, Kentrell” by YoungBoy Never Broke Again. The hip-hop album is at the top spot during its first week on the charts.


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