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Zazie Beetz Eyes a Return to ‘Joker 2’

Wilson Chapman editorZazie Beetz is being eyed to return to the upcoming “Joker” sequel “Folie à Deux,” Variety has confirmed.Beetz appeared in the original 2019 “Joker” as Sophie Dumond, a single mother and the neighbor of Joaquin Phoneix’s Arthur Fleck. How Beetz could reprise her role is an open question: Although the film depicted Arthur entering into a romantic relationship with Sophie, it’s revealed that the majority of their scenes together were a delusion from Arthur’s imagination.

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Rebekah Vardy's WhatsApp messages reveal she 'staged WAG pics at World Cup'
Coleen Rooney's legal team have uncovered WhatsApp messages that reveal Rebekah Vardy had helped to set up World Cup pictures with the paparazzi - without any of her fellow WAGs knowing.In 2018, the wives and girlfriends of the England football star's were snapped as they headed to a restaurant together in Russia, as the tournament got underway.At the time, Vardy had insisted that the press showing up was not her doing but messages which have since been handed to the High Court could indicate otherwise.On the day in question, it is believed that Vardy and her manager Caroline Watt were involved in a number of exchanges surrounding the whereabouts of the WAGs.Messages were sent between Vardy and her agent while the entire clan were spending the day together in St Petersburg on June 26, in 2018.The wives and girlfriends of football star's John Stones, Jordan Pickford, Harry Maguire, Marcus Rashford, Kyle Walker, Nick Pope, Gary Cahil and Jack Butland, all joined Vardy in the picture which was taken two days ahead of England's first-round match against Belgium.Shannon Horlock, Megan Davison, Annabel Peyton, Annie Kilner, Lucia Loi, Millie Savage, Fern Hawkins and Gemma Acton were all present for the picture that was later sold to The Sun.On that same day, Vardy messaged Watt at 14:37pm: "We may have to walk to restaurant from hotel now… so might be a good pic of us walking down it’s about 10/15 mins away"Her agent responded: "Ok will let them know thanks"In a follow up to Watt, Vardy writes: "On the way down in the restaurant car… He's doing two runs.""Ok.