Fans spot plastic water bottle in Little Women scene

Eagle-eyed viewers have noticed a rogue plastic water bottle in a scene in Greta Gerwig’s period drama Little Women. The latest movie adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s classic novel, starring Saoirse Ronan, Florence Pugh, Timothee Chalamet, and Meryl …

Eagle-eyed viewers have noticed a rogue plastic water bottle in a scene in Greta Gerwig’s period drama Little Women.

The latest movie adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s classic novel, starring Saoirse Ronan, Florence Pugh, Timothee Chalamet, and Meryl Streep, was released in December and became a critical and commercial success, with it going on to be nominated for six Oscars, including Best Picture.

However, following its digital release in March, keen fans began to notice an error in one scene, with them sharing stills of Chalamet, in his period costume, standing in front of a table, where a modern hydro flask can be found. In the same shot, a plastic Poland Spring water bottle can be seen in the background – despite the film being set in the 1860s.

The mistake was first spotted by TikTok user Madelyn Rancourt, who shared a video of the scene on the app, and said, “All right, so I’m a very big fan of Little Women. I have the official movie companion book, I have the Louisa May Alcott book with cast photos and I did see it seven times in theatres and went to a Q&A with the cast in New York and saw the film before it came out.

“So, I’ve seen it many times and while watching it I’ve watched this scene with them in their house so many times, with Jo saying she loves the books and Amy hurting her hand… I don’t know if anyone else noticed but there is a hydro flask and a Poland Spring water bottle just casually sitting there during some of the scene. Let me know if you noticed this.”

The mistake has since gone viral on social media, with users sharing screengrabs and expressing their shock.

Others also likened it to the famous Game of Thrones error, in which a coffee cup was left in front of Emilia Clarke’s character Daenerys Targaryen in the final season of the show, which aired last year.

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Nathalie Emmanuel won’t destroy her natural hair for a role

Nathalie Emmanuel refuses to destroy her “curly crown” for the sake of a role. When she first began her career, the Game of Thrones actress used to let the hair teams on film and TV sets do what they wanted with her locks because she didn’t have the c…

Nathalie Emmanuel refuses to destroy her “curly crown” for the sake of a role.

When she first began her career, the Game of Thrones actress used to let the hair teams on film and TV sets do what they wanted with her locks because she didn’t have the confidence to speak up for herself.

However, Nathalie is now less afraid of putting her foot down and saying no.

“I’ve become much less afraid to say things when I feel uncomfortable, whether it’s happening to me or someone else, I’ll just say it straight up now,” she told U.K. Glamour magazine. “I’m not going to destroy my curl crown – my beautiful hair that I was so blessed to be given – because of a role.”

Nathalie decided to speak up regarding the styling of her hair a long time ago after being asked to straighten it on set.

“I was working alongside another mixed-race actress and they said people wouldn’t be able to tell us apart,” the 31-year-old grimaced. “I remember thinking, ‘Really?!’ but I didn’t have the confidence to say no then. I was much younger. Now, I’ve found my voice.”

Elsewhere in the interview, Nathalie shared that she feels “strong and unapologetic” when she has her hair out.

The Fast and Furious star also spoke about how she recently met with skincare specialist Dr. Barbara Sturm and now uses her products to reduce scarring and hyperpigmentation.

“She’s got a line for darker skin tones and it’s been a revelation. I’ve got scarring from hormonal breakouts and her skin range has really helped minimise some of the hyperpigmentation,” she added.

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Sophie Turner: ‘My mum wants me to remove leg tattoo’

Sophie Turner’s mother wants her to remove the tattoo on her left thigh. The Game of Thrones actress has analysed some of her old looks in a video for Elle U.K., and during the clip, spoke about the line drawing of a woman on her left thigh while discu…

Sophie Turner’s mother wants her to remove the tattoo on her left thigh.

The Game of Thrones actress has analysed some of her old looks in a video for Elle U.K., and during the clip, spoke about the line drawing of a woman on her left thigh while discussing the double-denim outfit she wore to Stagecoach Festival in 2018.

She confessed that she didn’t know the meaning behind the design but had no plans to get it removed, despite her mum Sally’s protests.

“It is a tattoo on my thigh. Don’t ask me what it is. It’s a woman, I just don’t know who it is or why it’s there, but I really like it. My mum wants me to get rid of it,” she shared, before adopting an American accent and joking, “It’s not gonna happen, Sally.”

The 24-year-old got the minimalist ink, which depicts a woman looking over her shoulder, from tattoo artist Curt Montgomery in March 2018, the same time she got a rabbit on the back of her right arm. She has quite the collection of body art now, including a few designs that commemorate Game of Thrones as well as three overlapping triangles, and a matching tattoo with husband Joe Jonas which reads “To infinity and beyond”, a quote from Toy Story, across their wrists.

Elsewhere in the video, Sophie revealed the sequinned Louis Vuitton jumpsuit she wore to the 2019 Met Gala was one of her favourite-ever looks, while one of her biggest fashion regrets was the red blazer she wore as a dress to Kit Harington and Rose Leslie’s wedding in 2018.

“I’ll forever regret this look. One of my worst looks,” she said, before explaining how the two “really classy” dresses she’s ordered arrived the day of the wedding and didn’t fit so she had a “fashion emergency”.

“It was either the thigh-high boots or these nice heels, but I felt like if I just wore the heels all of my leg is showing, if I cover up a little bit then… urgh, it was a disaster. Worst fashion choice,” Sophie groaned.

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Dean-Charles Chapman requested 1917 character wore rings

Dean-Charles Chapman asked the costume department on 1917 if his character could wear rings because he was inspired by a real-life soldier.The Game of Thrones actor plays Lance Corporal Blake in Sam Mendes’ new war movie, which follows two soldiers a…

Dean-Charles Chapman asked the costume department on 1917 if his character could wear rings because he was inspired by a real-life soldier.

The Game of Thrones actor plays Lance Corporal Blake in Sam Mendes’ new war movie, which follows two soldiers as they have to cross enemy territory in northern France to deliver a warning which could save 1,600 men during the First World War.

While preparing for the shoot, Chapman came across a bunch of photographs of soldiers and he was particularly taken by the look of one, and he asked if he could incorporate some details into his character’s wardrobe.

“In the costume department back in Shepperton Studios, there was this big wall of photographs and on the wall, there was this picture of three soldiers and all three were completely different types of characters,” he recalled at a London press conference. “There was one, in particular, that was just so relaxed, leaning up against a truck, all his jacket was undone and half his shirt was hanging off, and he had two rings, one on his ring finger and one on his little finger and that sort of relaxed mannerism, and I thought, ‘I like it’. So, I made Blake wear a middle ring and a little pinky (ring)… and I nicked it actually from set and I’ve got it in my bedroom.”

While researching the part, the 22-year-old read a book called The Western Front Diaries, comprised of diary entries from soldiers in the First World War, and he discovered an entry by his great-great-grandfather.

“(The entry) talks about the First World War, how he was part of the cavalry, he got shot and was wounded in No Man’s Land and survived out there for four days,” he explained. “He ended up surviving the war and working in the first poppy factory in Richmond in London. So, I read that to get in the right headspace before stepping onto set.”

1917, which recently won the Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture – Drama, is now in cinemas.

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Maisie Williams co-designs sustainable outfit with Weekday

Maisie Williams has teamed up with Weekday to design a two-piece outfit made of sustainable fabric. Executives at the Swedish denim and fashion brand, which was founded in 2002, are currently working with the Infinited Fiber Company (IFC), which can tu…

Maisie Williams has teamed up with Weekday to design a two-piece outfit made of sustainable fabric.

Executives at the Swedish denim and fashion brand, which was founded in 2002, are currently working with the Infinited Fiber Company (IFC), which can turn textile, cardboard and agricultural waste into new and cotton-like materials. These fabrics can be recycled again and again without comprising on quality.

Experts at IFC, a project funded by the H&M Group, have given Weekday bosses exclusive access to a few metres of the innovative sustainable fabric and they approached the Game of Thrones actress about raising awareness of the ground-breaking recycling process.

The 22-year-old subsequently collaborated with the Weekday team to co-design a two-piece outfit – a denim-look corset and matching trousers – which is made entirely from IFC fabric. She will wear it at a public event to spread the message about sustainability.

Maisie took to Instagram to announce the partnership by sharing snaps, taken by her boyfriend Reuben Selby, of her in the ensemble.

“You like my two-piece!???? Well, this is no ordinary two-piece. I have teamed up with @weekdayofficial and @infinitedfiber to co-create this fabulous double-denim dream using the world’s first fabric made from recycled cardboard and agricultural waste,” she wrote in the caption. “The best part about this fabric?! It can be continuously recycled. I SAID CONTINUOUSLY RECYCLED… Incredible. Weekday are the first fashion brand to create a garment with this fabric, which means I’m the first to wear it. Ahhhhhh. Making history today (heart emoji).”

In a statement, the star added, “I’m so excited to work with fast fashion companies that are taking a conscious step forward. The IFC fabric looks and feels just like any other denim and for Weekday to create the first custom piece of its kind, for me, leaves me flattered.”

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Emilia Clarke annoyed by Last Christmas spoilers

Emilia Clarke was left frustrated when social media users guessed the twist in her new movie Last Christmas months before its release.In the new festive film, the Game of Thrones actress plays Kate, a young woman who finally realises she needs to buck …

Emilia Clarke was left frustrated when social media users guessed the twist in her new movie Last Christmas months before its release.

In the new festive film, the Game of Thrones actress plays Kate, a young woman who finally realises she needs to buck up her ideas and look after herself after meeting a stranger named Tom, played by Henry Golding.

After a trailer for the film was released in August, social media users and journalists came up with theories about a possible twist and some guessed correctly. Accordingly, the movie’s lead actress was not pleased that it was spoiled in advance.

“It’s b**ody annoying. Frustrating… It’s more complicated than people are guessing,” she told IndieWire, adding that Emma Thompson and her husband Greg Wise worked on the script for years to make sure viewers didn’t see the twist coming.

“Emma and Greg wrote this script together, but they sent the script to all of their friends and it was only ready when their friends didn’t see the twist coming and couldn’t guess until it happens, so that’s where it comes from… It’s just frustrating.”

The 33-year-old shared that, given the state of the world, she’s not surprised about people trying to spoil twists to films and petition for the final season of Game of Thrones, which was not well received, to be reshot.

“I’m careful with what the way that I’m wording this, but it’s no surprise, it’s common knowledge that the state of our world at the moment is scared and confused and there’s a lot of stuff going on that’s completely out of our control,” the star stated. “So, when it comes to signing petitions to reshoot the last season of a very popular TV show, or whether it’s spoiling a goddamn Christmas romcom, people are able to do something about that.”

Last Christmas, directed by Paul Feig, is in cinemas now.

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David Benioff and D.B. Weiss ‘regretfully’ walk away from Star Wars deal

Game of Thrones co-creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss have walked away from their deal to launch the next Star Wars film trilogy.Back in May, it was announced that the pair had signed on to write the next three movies in the franchise, due to launch…

Game of Thrones co-creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss have walked away from their deal to launch the next Star Wars film trilogy.

Back in May, it was announced that the pair had signed on to write the next three movies in the franchise, due to launch in 2022. However, on Monday, Benioff and Weiss announced that they’ve had to pull out of the deal because they don’t have enough time – after signing a $200 million (£164 million) deal with Netflix.

“We love Star Wars,” they told Deadline in a statement. “When George Lucas built it, he built us too. Getting to talk about Star Wars with him and the current Star Wars team was the thrill of a lifetime, and we will always be indebted to the saga that changed everything.

“There are only so many hours in the day, and we felt we could not do justice to both Star Wars and our Netflix projects. So, we are regretfully stepping away.”

Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy said in her own statement: “David Benioff and Dan Weiss are incredible storytellers. We hope to include them in the journey forward when they are able to step away from their busy schedule to focus on Star Wars.”

Benioff and Weiss, who adapted George R. R. Martin’s famous fantasy novels for the small screen, wrapped on the eighth and final series of Game of Thrones last year, with the six-episode season earning them 32 Primetime Emmy Award nominations.

The pair began taking meetings to strike an overall deal after completing their final season of Game of Thrones. Netflix bosses reportedly outbid executives at Amazon and Disney to land their deal with the showrunners, who will join Grey’s Anatomy creator Shonda Rhimes and American Horror Story’s Ryan Murphy at the streaming channel.

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Jason Momoa rocks blush pink satin suit at TV show premiere

Jason Momoa has cemented his status as a style star by rocking a blush pink satin suit to the premiere of his new TV show.The 40-year-old walked the red carpet alongside his wife Lisa Bonet for the debut of his Apple TV series See on Monday night, wear…

Jason Momoa has cemented his status as a style star by rocking a blush pink satin suit to the premiere of his new TV show.

The 40-year-old walked the red carpet alongside his wife Lisa Bonet for the debut of his Apple TV series See on Monday night, wearing the show-stopping Tom Ford suit, a grey cashmere sweater, an opal and turquoise statement necklace, as well as a pair of light grey suede Christian Louboutin boots with a stacked heel.

In a series of posts on his Instagram Stories, Momoa revealed that the necklace was made by Amie Hertzig and was “a very special gift from my wife”.

The former Game of Thrones star accessorised the look with numerous rings from Leroys Wooden Tattoos, Into the Fire Jewelry, Richard Baggett Studios, and Ossua Et Acroamata.

Meanwhile, Bonet stunned in a chic wide-legged black trouser suit and matching heels. She accessorised with several rope necklaces.

Momoa plays leading man Baba Voss in his new series, which is set in a dystopian future where all of humanity has lost the sense of sight. The show, created by Peaky Blinders’ Steven Knight, follows Voss as his wife gives birth to a set of twins who can see.

It isn’t the first time that Momoa has rocked a pink look on the red carpet.

Earlier this year, he sent social media into meltdown when he arrived for the Oscars wearing a custom-designed Karl Lagerfeld pink velvet dinner jacket with matching trousers, along with a pink scrunchie on his wrist in case he needed to pin his long wavy locks up during the event.

And the actor has even created his very own pink sneaker with outdoor brand So iLL. Momoa designed the capsule collection, which includes a series of bags and shoes in a colour he has named Dirty Pink.

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Maisie Williams ‘felt ashamed’ of maturing body while filming Game of Thrones

Maisie Williams “felt ashamed” of her maturing body while portraying Arya Stark in the later seasons of Game of Thrones.The 22-year-old is ready to embrace a new feminine chapter in her life following the end of the HBO show, and she confessed that por…

Maisie Williams “felt ashamed” of her maturing body while portraying Arya Stark in the later seasons of Game of Thrones.

The 22-year-old is ready to embrace a new feminine chapter in her life following the end of the HBO show, and she confessed that portraying the youngest of the Stark clan began to affect her self-confidence and body image.

She was just 14 when she landed the role of Arya, and as her body inevitably started to change and develop as the eight seasons progressed, the show’s costume department tried to disguise her figure so she still looked like the tomboy.

“My body started to mature and I started to become a woman,” Maisie told Vogue.com. “But Arya was still very much trying to be disguised as a boy. I had really short hair and they’d constantly cover me in dirt, and shade my nose so it looked really broad and I looked really manly. They’d also put this strap across my chest to flatten any growth that had started.

“I don’t know that just felt horrible for six months of the year and I felt a bit ashamed for a while. So with this new phase of my style, it is nice to look more feminine and to have a real waistline, and to embrace the body that I have.”

And the British actress is excited for her style evolution to begin and was blown away by her outfit at the recent 2019 Emmy Awards.

Maisie debuted a new chic brunette bob and stunned in a black asymmetrical dress with a cinched-in waist that was designed by her boyfriend Reuben Selby and made by designer JW Anderson.

“I have a female body. How exciting!” she gushed as she looked at a picture of herself on the event’s purple carpet.

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Jennifer Lopez ‘loves’ Emilia Clarke’s Emmys fashion tribute

Jennifer Lopez has given her approval to Emilia Clarke, after the star paid homage to her iconic Versace dress at the 71st Primetime Emmy Awards on Sunday.The Game of Thrones star wore a navy Valentino gown with a plunging neckline – much like the reve…

Jennifer Lopez has given her approval to Emilia Clarke, after the star paid homage to her iconic Versace dress at the 71st Primetime Emmy Awards on Sunday.

The Game of Thrones star wore a navy Valentino gown with a plunging neckline – much like the revealing tropical green print gown that turned heads when the Love Don’t Cost a Thing star sported it to the 2000 Grammy Awards.

Speaking to Entertainment Tonight on the red carpet ahead of the ceremony, Emilia, 32, confirmed she was channeling the 50-year-old singer/actress with her 2019 Emmy Awards look.

“I think that J-Lo in Hustlers is the greatest introduction of a character I have ever seen,” the star gushed. “I heckled in the cinema. I’m English, I don’t do that, but I did! So J.Lo is my inspiration for this evening. I plan on channeling her all night long.”

Jennifer stars as Ramona, a veteran stripper who sets up an initiative to scam wealthy men when the sex industry bottoms out during the financial crisis of the late 2000s, in the movie.

Ahead of the ceremony, Emilia also wrote online: “@emmys2019 WE BE ROLLLLLIN! @jlo just as heads up you have inspired this years lewk (sic).”

And sharing a clip from the interview on social media, the On The Floor singer was full of praise for the actress, writing: “When the Mother of Dragons meets #Ramona. #dead #HustlersMovie I love u @emilia_clarke #daenerys.”

The evening gave the British actress a sweet reunion with her former co-stars, as Game of Thrones scooped the prize for Outstanding Drama Series at the prestigious ceremony.

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