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Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Flea wants to play Popeye in a live-action movie
Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea has expressed his desire to play Popeye in a live-action movie if another one ever gets made.Taking to Twitter this past weekend, the musician and actor – who recently starred as a bounty hunter in Disney+‘s new Star Wars series Obi-Wan Kenobi – pitched the idea of him taking on the role of the much-loved cartoon sailor.“If a good director decides to make a popeye movie, I’m your man,” he tweeted on Sunday (June 19).If a good director decides to make a popeye movie, I’m your man.— Flea (@flea333) June 19, 2022Although he’s predominantly known as the bassist for the California rock titans, Flea has been acting in TV shows and major motion pictures for decades.Some of his most notable roles include Back To The Future II and III, The Big Lebowski, Baby Driver, Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas, The Chase, My Own Private Idaho, and he’s voiced characters in The Simpsons, Family Guy and American Dad.Created by E.C. Segar, Popeye initially started off in 1929 as a comic book. The character made its way to the big screen in a 1980 with the release of a live-action musical directed by Robert Altman and starring Robin Williams as the titular character.Whether a new Popeye movie is in the works is not known at this point, but judging from the responses to Flea’s tweet it looks like people would be into the idea.Hollywood Heights actor Meredith Salenger was among those in his replies, telling the bassist: “Robert Altman’s was one of my favs.
9 things you may have missed from Wagatha Christie case - from 'sleepover' to Davy Jones
Coleen Rooney and Rebekah Vardy kicked off their Wagatha Christie libel trial at the High Court this week.The pair both got in the witness box to answer questions about the now-infamous sting operation by Rooney in 2019.Rooney, who is married to England star Wayne, accused the fellow WAG of leaking stories about her.The 36-year-old uploaded several fake stories to her private Instagram account in a bid to find out who was “betraying” her before revealing it on social media.Vardy, 40 denies the allegations and is suing Rooney, the wife of England star Wayne, for libel.Here are nine things you may have missed:In her witness statement, Rooney said she received an “over the top” message from Vardy inviting her to stay at her house in 2017.She said the offer came after Wayne was stopped by police for drink-driving with party-goer Laura Simpson in Cheshire.Rooney said: “I had a WhatsApp exchange with Becky in which she checked in on how I was doing and even offered for me to stay at her house if I wanted to get away from things.“On the face of things, this was obviously a nice gesture, but I did think at the time that it was a bit over the top because Becky and I weren’t particularly close friends.”One of the Instagram posts being discussed at the trial is about a picture of a damaged Honda Rooney posted after she had an accident in America.The court heard messages between Vardy and her agent Caroline Watt in which Watt tells Vardy The Sun are trying to confirm if she crashed it.Vardy messaged Watt: “Haha yeah she defo did.”Giving evidence Rooney told the court she had not crashed the car, as an article in The Sun stated, but a lorry had scraped the side of it.She told the court: “Wayne’s football team was sponsored by Audi
First clip of ‘Derry Girls’ season three released as premiere date is confirmed
Derry Girls season three has been revealed alongside its spring release date.In the clip, friends Erin (Saoirse-Monica Jackson), Clare (Nicola Coughlan), Michelle (Jamie-Lee O’Donnell) and James (Dylan Llewellyn) are seen visiting a video rental shop when they discover that Dennis (Paul Mallon), their aggressive local corner shop proprietor, is also working at the store.Dennis is irked when Clare asks him for a film recommendation, to which he says “no”, and then takes issue with her saying that the gang will just keep “reading” around for ideas of what to rent.“Bit of a read? This isn’t a fucking library, girls,” Dennis responds before screaming to them all to “Get out!” when it’s put to him by James that the shop is actually a “video library”.The scene previews the new series of the Channel 4/All 4 comedy series, which will return to screens on April 12.A press release shared with the first trailer released earlier this month reads: “While series one observed the gang navigating their teens in 1990’s Derry against a backdrop of The Troubles, series two charted them navigating their parents, parties, love interests and school against the backdrop of a precarious peace process.“In series three, which is coming soon to Channel 4 and All 4, viewers will see that while Northern Ireland is growing up this gang of eejits certainly aren’t anytime soon – while there’s hope in the air that The Troubles may finally be over their troubles are only just getting started as they get ever closer to ‘adulthood’.” Meanwhile, Derry Girls creator Lisa McGee has responded to a recent reference to the hit sitcom in The Simpsons.Earlier in March, a Twitter account called Wikisimpsons asked The Simpsons producer Matt Selman whether the