Voice: Last News


‘Better Call Saul’ New Teasers Promise a Return to Nebraska in Final Episodes

William Earl With “Better Call Saul” set to begin airing its final six episodes in just nine days, AMC has begun a round of promotions for the send-off to the series. As the show’s chronology begins to approach the events of “Breaking Bad,” viewers are preparing to see some familiar faces, including the return of Bryan Cranston’s Walter White and Aaron Paul’s Jesse Pinkman.Beyond that iconic pair though, “Better Call Saul” is almost certainly returning to the unglamorous existence of Bob Odenkirk’s Gene Takavic, formerly known as Saul Goodman, formerly known as Jimmy McGill, who now resides in Omaha, Neb.

Related News

Prince Harry 'dragged around like a performing seal' by Meghan Markle, says expert
Meghan Markle was dragging Prince Harry “around like a royal performing seal” within four months of meeting him, a leading Royal Family biographer has claimed.The future Duke and Duchess of Sussex kept their relationship under wraps after getting together during the spring of 2016.They then went public on Halloween of that year and Ingrid Seward – the editor of Majesty magazine who has written books on most senior members of the Royal Family – claimed that Meghan then "moved at the speed of lightning" to cast Harry under her spell.READ MORE: Prince Harry says Diana’s voice is ‘even stronger in my life’ after becoming a fatherMs Seward said the American actress swiftly realised that Harry was “totally mesmerised” by her and such devotion saw him dote on her throughout their “whirlwind courtship”.She also suggested Meghan "dragged" Prince Harry around like a "royal performing seal" before they wed in a star-studded Windsor Castle ceremony in 2018.Speaking after the launch of her book, Prince Philip Revealed: A Man Of His Century in 2020, Ms Seward said: “God Almighty, Meghan has really moved at the speed of lightning. It was a whirlwind courtship, it was pretty quick."I don’t like her for it, but I do admire her for being able to pack so much into such a short time.
American living in the UK questions why Brit supermarkets have 'same ugly floor'
READ MORE: American feels they've been 'lied to' after trying British cheese for first timeNot quite the great philosophical question, but this US expat has questioned why the shop floors have the ‘exact’ same pattern.Instead of turning to Google or flipping through pages of a book to search for the answer, the American put their trust in TikTok to figure out why supermarket floors are the ‘same’.The eagle-eyed American took a walk around the aisles of Sainsbury's and asked: “Why do all grocery stores in the UK have the exact same floor? It's so ugly it makes me not want to buy anything?”In true British fashion, many people fled to the comments on the viral clip to mock the American – and some gave more probable answers.One person commented: “I just realised that you don’t look at the floor and look at the more expensive eye level items.”Another user mocked: “It's stained from everyone's spilt tea and biscuits.”A third person voiced: “Because they want you to look at products and not the floor.”Someone else chuckled: “They’re dead flies, they just paint over them.”Meanwhile, a fifth user questioned: “Why would you not buy groceries because of the floor?”“It could put people off food”, the American simply said.And, this is not the only time the American has been confused.Previously, they were left baffled as to why Brits have garages in their ‘living rooms’ and park their cars in the garden.READ NEXT: Man slammed for insisting girlfriend covers cost of all meals on her birthday holiday
Nat Geo Promotes Karen Greenfield to Senior Vice President of Content, Diversity and Inclusion
Jennifer Maas TV Business WriterNational Geographic Content has promoted Karen Greenfield to the newly created position of senior vice president of content, diversity and inclusion.Most recently Nat Geo’s SVP of business operations while also serving as diversity and inclusion council chair, in her new role, Greenfield will “develop and execute programs and initiatives to produce diverse and inclusive content and contribute to a culture of belonging across all Nat Geo Content teams,” per the Disney-owned brand.Greenfield will lead the Nat Geo Content creative teams in producing inclusive programs “for a multicultural and multigenerational audience,” and collaborate closely with marketing and communications leaders to tap into “a broader array of fans.” She will also work with fellow Disney execs to ensure Nat Geo talent and programming are integrated into companywide DEI initiatives. She will report directly to Nat Geo Content president Courteney Monroe and will continue to be based at Nat Geo headquarters in Washington, D.C.Along with the news of Greenfield’s promotion to the new role, Nat Geo announced a second year for its Nat Geo Media Scholarship program for students who attend historically Black colleges or universities (HBCU), an initiative led by Greenfield.
Emmerdale's Maisie Wylde star now - incest 'trauma', naked roles and famous husband
Emmerdale’s Maisie Wylde had plenty of iconic storylines during her two-year run in the ITV soap.Barmaid Maisie was the daughter of Natasha and Mark Wylde, and turned up as a veritable bombshell in the village, immediately getting her claws into Andy Sugden despite having tied the knot just six weeks earlier.From the murder of her father Mark - which her brother Nathan actually committed - to abandoning Nikhil Sharma just before their wedding, Maisie was always on hand to cause drama in the Dales.READ MORE: Emmerdale's Paddy and Mandy reunion 'sealed' as Chas continues steamy affair with AlBut where is actress Alice Coulthard now? From the ‘trauma’ of incest which made her nails and hair break to stripping naked for roles, Daily Star takes a deep dive.Chatting to The Mirror, Alice admitted she had no problem getting naked and steamy for acting roles.The star kicked things off with a sex confession as she explained: “I don’t mind getting naked as long as it’s in an artistic context. “I had to simulate sex with a 45-year-old man on stage when I was 25, so a kiss on Emmerdale doesn’t worry me.” She played Christine Keeler in the theatre play Keeler, which tackled the 1960s Profumo affair - which required her to get completely naked on stage.She added of the role: “A group of male friends came to see me and, regardless of what they expected, they found it uncomfortable.“It was a small theatre and when I came on stage naked I could hear one of them dying with embarrassment.“The first time I did it, it was terrifying, but after that it’s liberating.