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Lily-Rose Depp loses control to The Weeknd in ‘The Idol’ trailer

HBO has released a new trailer for upcoming series The Idol – check it out above.Created by Euphoria’s Sam Levinson, Reza Fahim and Abel Tesfaye aka The Weeknd, the drama series follows a self-help guru and leader of a modern-day cult, who develops a complicated relationship with an up-and-coming pop idol.Lily Rose Depp (The Dancer) and The Weeknd lead the cast, supported by Suzanna Son, Troye Sivan, Moses Sumney, Jane Adams, Dan Levy, Eli Roth, Mike Dean and Hank Azaria.In the trailer, The Weeknd, who plays Tedros, says: “Los Angeles is where all the monsters of the world come to gather. Trust no one.”“I need full control,” he later remarks.

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Moses Sumney unveils new concert film as he announces break from music
Moses Sumney has unveiled details of a new concert film before announcing his break from music.Sumney was this week revealed to be part of The Weeknd’s upcoming HBO series The Idol and has now today (August 25) unveiled a new concert film called A Performance In V Acts that covers his gig at the Ford Theater in Los Angeles on October 31. After that, he also announced his upcoming break from music.He said in a statement that the new concert film “marks the official end of the græ album cycle.”He continued: “It’s a capsule of our headline show since we will not be touring the album after all,” he wrote. “This film also ushers in a new period of creativity for me – one in which I take a continued break from making albums and touring music to focus on other disciplines.”The film will be released on August 31 and you can see a clip of him from the film performing ‘Doomed’ and his cover of Björk’s ‘Come to Me’ here:Earlier this week, HBO released the second teaser for The Idol, the upcoming drama series created by “the sick and twisted minds of” The Weeknd and Euphoria helmer Sam Levinson.It was confirmed some time ago that the main cast will feature Troye Sivan, Debby Ryan and Hari Nef, while the recurring cast will include Tunde Adebimpe of TV On The Radio and Tyson Ritter of The All-American Rejects.In the latest teaser, we learn that other actors and artists set to appear.
Court told football fan called Rio Ferdinand 'f***ing monkey' and Mike Dean 'gay boy'
Wolves fan has appeared in court after allegedly racially abusing Rio Ferdinand and shouting homophobic slurs at referee Mike Dean.Jamie Arnold, of Staffordshire, is accused of calling Ferdinand a "f***ing monkey" and Dean a "f***ing gay boy" during a Premier League match between Manchester United and Wolves at Molineux back in May 2021.Dean was officiating the match while Ferdinand was there as a pundit for BT Sport.CCTV footage played in court allegedly showed Arnold making an offensive gesture towards Ferdinand, while also chanting: "One John Terry, there's only one John Terry" - with whom Ferdinand has a personal history.He was ejected from the ground by police, during what was the first round of fixtures in which fans could return following Covid-19, after stewards were alerted to the situation by several other supporters sitting near Arnold.Arnold pleaded not guilty to the charges last August and has been on bail on the condition he not attend any of Wolves' home matches.Ferdinand, who was pictured arriving in court this morning, discussed the incident on air afterwards, saying: "It's pleasing and refreshing that it's been taken so seriously but I'd love to meet up with the fella and educate him a little bit" he said. "Punishing people without education isn't the way forward."Prosecutor Jason Arris said: "Mr Ferdinand was aware of a group of supporters who were shouting rather enthusiastically at him.