Why Ed Sheeran will never refuse to come to Taratata 100% Live (France 2)?
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Ella Vaday has landed a movie role. © Bang Showbiz Ella Vaday has landed a movie role
The former finalist of 'RuPaul’s Drag Race UK', who finished as runner-up in the third series, is moving on to her next venture as she's set to star in comedy flick ‘Sumotherhood’.
The film, which will be directed by Adam Deacon – the BAFTA-winning star of British indie dramas ‘Kidulthood’ and ‘Adulthood’ - will also feature a star-studded cast, including pop star Ed Sheeran, Danny Sapani, Jennifer Saunders and Kevin Bishop.
Ella told The Daily Star newspaper's Hot TV column: “I was thrilled when I got this part. It’s incredible.
John Travolta celebrates daughter Ella's birthday with a tea party
John Travolta treated his daughter to a British tea party in honor of her 22nd birthday. The Grease star, 68, took to Instagram on Sunday morning to wish his offspring a happy birthday and share a sweet clip of their special day with his 3.9M followers. 'Happy birthday my dearest Ella! I love you so much,' the doting dad wrote in the caption of the post.
“I never expected it to happen. When you do an audition, most of the time you don’t get it.
Gallery: Celebrities Whose Lives Have Been Turned into Biopics (BANG Showbiz)
Celebrities on the big screen
With rumours circulating about an upcoming Dolly Parton biopic, let's take a look at some of the other celebrities who have had movies made about their lives.
Country music legend Dolly Parton recently told the radio show 'Mr. Nashville Speaks' that she wants to turn her life story into a musical biopic. Before the pandemic hit, she had planned to make a feature about her life as a Broadway musical, but COVID-19 put the idea on hold. Though her biopic might still be in the works, fans can watch Dolly in upcoming feature film 'Run, Rose, Run', which is an adaptation of the novel she co-wrote with James Patterson.
Whitney Houston's biopic, 'I Wanna Dance with Somebody', is set to hit theatres in December 2022. Naomi Ackie takes on the role of Whitney in this musical biopic and will star alongside Nafessa Williams, Clarke Peters and Tamara Tunie. Legendary record producer Clive Davis is involved in the film that will take viewers on a journey through the late star's career.
Sir Elton John
Sir Elton John's life was celebrated in the 2019 film, 'Rocketman'. Elton was played by Taron Egerton and the picture followed his journey to global superstardom. The movie features some of Elton's most beloved hits, such as "Tiny Dancer," "Pinball Wizard," and "Bennie and the Jets."
The 2010 film 'The Social Network' follows Mark Zuckerberg and his creation of Facebook. The film, written by Aaron Sorkin, stars Jesse Eisenberg in the lead and Andrew Garfield as Zuckerberg's friend-turned-enemy Eduardo Severin. Parts of the film take place in Zuckerberg's dorm room at Harvard University, which is still visited by fans to this day.
Queen Elizabeth II
Helen Mirren stars as Queen Elizabeth II in 2006 biopic 'The Queen'. The film follows the Queen's struggle after the death of Diana, Princess of Wales, in 1997. With the royals at the forefront of the public eye, the Queen must figure out the most appropriate way to respond to the death of Diana and maintain the credibility of the royal family.
Influential Latina pop-star, Selena Quintanilla-Pérez, is the subject of 1997 biopic, 'Selena'. Led by Jennifer Lopez, the film follows Selena's life from when she was a little girl with dreams of stardom to performing sold-out shows. The movie was a breakout role for JLo and concludes with Selena's tragic murder in 1995.
Serena Williams and Venus Williams
The acclaimed film 'King Richard' focuses on Richard Williams, played by Will Smith, as he coaches his daughters, Serena and Venus Williams to the top of the tennis world. Saniyya Sidney and Demi Singleton play young versions of Serena and Venus - who would go on to become two of the must successful tennis players of all time.
The 2017 made-for-TV movie, "Britney Ever After," stars Natasha Bassett in the title role and follows Britney's rollercoaster career. This film also features Nathan Keyes as Justin Timberlake, Nicole Oliver as Lynne Spears, and Matthew Harrison as James Spears. The Lifetime film depicted some of Britney's most iconic moments, from her beginnings on 'The Mickey Mouse Club' to her infamous head-shave in 2007.
“I’m a massive fan of Jennifer Saunders, and Ed Sheeran is one of the biggest songwriters in the world so I couldn’t ask for a better cast for my first film.”
Judge’s ruling due in Ed Sheeran and Sami Switch copyright row over Shape Of You
Singer Sheeran is set to find out the result of his High Court battle over the copyright of his 2017 hit Shape Of You. A judge’s ruling over whether the song copied part of another artist’s track is due to be delivered on Wednesday.Sheeran and his Shape Of You co-writers, Snow Patrol’s John McDaid and producer Steven McCutcheon, denied ripping off 2015 song Oh Why by Sami Chokri.
The drag superstar has already filmed her scenes for the British action-comedy, which is set in London.
She added: “I play a drag queen and she’s a larger-than-life character that works at a club.
“She’s a bit flirtatious and sassy.”
Ella credits her success to her stint on the BBC show.
She said: “The show creates amazing opportunities. It’s absolutely fab.”
Adam recently described the movie as an "explosion of fun", but admitted it also covers some "serious subject matters".
He previously said “This film is going to be an explosion of fun with action and comedy at every turn, while also hitting some serious subject matters with raw emotion and harsh reality.”
Hayley Atwell Just Shared A Ridiculous-Looking Costume That Seems To Be From Mission: Impossible 7 Or 8, Promises ‘It’s Worth The Wait’ .
The new Mission: Impossible star is sharing more teases from the upcoming franchise sequel which is still over a year away.The Captain America actress, who is set to play a large role in both Mission: Impossible 7 and 8, took to Instagram to share a ridiculous and hilarious costume she tried on while making one of them.