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Taron Egerton Says He’s Met With Marvel’s Kevin Feige & Hopes To Play Wolverine

As San Diego Comic-Con looms on the horizon, the prospect of Marvel beginning to announce the plans for their ambitious Phase 5 approaches. While many are expecting announcements on “Fantastic Four,” or “Deadpool,” many fans are still asking when we’ll hear some movement on the next iteration of “The X-Men,” and who might succeed Hugh Jackman as Wolverine.

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Watch Two Door Cinema Club’s colourful music video for ‘Wonderful Life’
Two Door Cinema Club have released the music video for the single ‘Wonderful Life’ from their upcoming fifth studio album ‘Keep On Smiling’.The exuberant music video was released on June 24, featuring visuals inspired by Andy Warhol and British artist Alan Fears that match the energy of the trio’s new track. The anthemic chorus calls back to Two Door Cinema Club’s earlier output with the earworm-worthy lyrics “Take back your wonderful life / The more the life to love much better / We say it all of the time, the time is now / It’s now or never.”Watch the colourful video for Two Door Cinema Club’s ‘Wonderful Life’ below.‘Wonderful Life’ is taken from the band’s upcoming fifth album, ‘Keep On Smiling’, which is set for release digitally on September 2 and physically on November 4, via LOWER THIRD [PIAS], with pre-orders available now.Written and produced by the band both during and coming out of lockdown, the album boasts additional production from Jacknife Lee (Bloc Party, The Killers, Taylor Swift) and  Dan Grech Marguerat (Halsey, Lana Del Rey, George Ezra).The trio released ‘Wonderful Life’ as a single just last week, marking their first new material since the release of the 2019 album ‘False Alarm’, which NME lauded for “taking risks and prioritising fun and recklessness over form”, even if some results were mixed.Two Door Cinema Club have also announced a North America and EU tour in support of ‘Keep On Smiling’ that will kick off in Paris, France on September 28.
Simon Pegg admits he’d ‘be dead’ if he hadn’t stopped drinking as he opens up on ‘worst times’ of alcoholism
Simon Pegg has opened up on the ‘worst times’ of his alcohol addiction and says he would have died had he not sought help.The actor, who has starred in comedy blockbusters including Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz, suffered from deep depression and alcoholism for years even as he enjoyed a hugely successful career.Simon now says he would likely have died had he not fought to put his life back together, recalling the worst moments of his addiction.In a new interview with The Times, Simon revealed he drank to ‘numb’ the feelings of depression, and became addicted to the sensation.He said he ‘knew I was depressed’ but ‘didn’t know how to escape’ the feelings without drinking – so he ‘became addicted to the sensation of being numb, rather than the chemical addiction.’Simon’s friends and family, including co-star Nick Frost, became concerned about his drinking, which during ‘the worst times’ could see him having alcohol at breakfast.But cutting out alcohol was not easy, and instead Simon ‘sort of threw [himself] off a cliff, and hit the ground hard at high speed.’Simon recalls one of the worst moments of his addiction, where he essentially blacked out for four days in San Diego following an appearance at Comic Con.Out of the missing days, he remembers sitting on the street eating pizza having lost his phone, briefly seeing Sigourney Weaver on a flight, and being in a hotel room in Santa Monica.At one point, he remembers thinking: ‘I must really look pathetic.’The actor eventually checked in to the Priory addiction clinic to get clean from alcohol, which he says saved his life.‘100% [I would be dead today otherwise],’ he said.‘Because, and I don’t think it’s too dramatic to say, that is the ultimate end of that line of