Rosie Huntington-Whiteley has fewer breakouts after ditching make-up in lockdown

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is relieved to be experiencing fewer breakouts after ditching make-up during lockdown.The 33-year-old model is currently self-isolating at her home in Los Angeles with partner Jason Statham and their two-year-old son Jack amid…

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is relieved to be experiencing fewer breakouts after ditching make-up during lockdown.

The 33-year-old model is currently self-isolating at her home in Los Angeles with partner Jason Statham and their two-year-old son Jack amid the Covid-19 pandemic, and she has revealed her skin is thanking her for taking a break from wearing heavy cosmetics.

“It’s been really nice not to wear make-up for weeks and to see how it has affected my skin. It’s much clearer and I have fewer spots,” she told Allure magazine. “I’ve had time to be diligent with my skin-care.”

And the British star confessed she’s not been able to indulge in a luxurious bath or face mask, thanks to her busy schedule with her toddler son.

“There’s definitely no putting a face mask on in the middle of the day. I tried it the other day, and Jack was shocked. He told me to take it off right away: ‘What’s on your face, mama, take it off I don’t like it!'” Rosie laughed.

And the Mad Max: Fury Road star said her biggest takeaway from being in lockdown has been taking care of her physical wellbeing.

“My self-care routine, in general, is exercise. That’s where I start everything,” she explained, noting that she and Jason have cleared out their garage to make room for a temporary gym.

“I train normally with (fitness expert) Simone De La Rue. I’ve been using her app to do a workout, every day actually. I have no excuse!” she added.

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Kaley Cuoco joins Man From Toronto

Kaley Cuoco is joining Kevin Hart and Woody Harrelson in action-comedy Man From Toronto. The actress has found her first major movie role following the conclusion of the long-running TV comedy, The Big Bang Theory, which came to an end in May 2019. …

Kaley Cuoco is joining Kevin Hart and Woody Harrelson in action-comedy Man From Toronto.

The actress has found her first major movie role following the conclusion of the long-running TV comedy, The Big Bang Theory, which came to an end in May 2019.

Cuoco shared the casting news on Instagram and told her followers she was excited to be reuniting with Hart, who she starred alongside in 2015 comedy The Wedding Ringer.

“In a time where things feel uncertain, this kind of news makes me feel incredibly grateful and elated!” the 34-year-old wrote in the caption beside a screengrab of the news. “Am I dreaming? Can’t wait to reunite with @kevinhart4real and basically sit there while he makes my face hurt from 24/7 laughter… and Woody?! What?! #manfromtoronto time to get back to work!”

According to Variety, Cuoco has signed on to play the female lead in the comedy caper. The project will mark her first movie role since a cameo appearance in 2017’s Handsome: A Netflix Mystery Movie and a voice part in 2016’s Why Him? She also voices the title character in the Harley Quinn animated TV show and will soon be seen in HBO Max’s show The Flight Attendant.

The film follows the world’s deadliest assassin, known as the “Man from Toronto”, who is forced to team up with a stranger, Hart’s character Teddy, to save the day after they are mistaken for each other in a rented Airbnb.

The Hitman’s Bodyguard director Patrick Hughes will helm the movie from a script written by Robbie Fox and Chris Bremner based on a story Fox conceived with Jason Blumenthal.

Man From Toronto was gearing up to begin production before the coronavirus pandemic struck. Jason Statham dropped out with weeks to go before filming and was swiftly replaced by Harrelson. The film is now scheduled to hit cinemas in September 2021.

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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley working out in her garage during coronavirus lockdown

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley has resorted to working out in her garage to try and keep in shape during the coronavirus lockdown.The British model opened up about her personal life during a Q&A session on her Instagram Stories on Thursday, and revealed tha…

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley has resorted to working out in her garage to try and keep in shape during the coronavirus lockdown.

The British model opened up about her personal life during a Q&A session on her Instagram Stories on Thursday, and revealed that while she’s holed up at home in Los Angeles with fiance Jason Statham and their two-year-old son Jack, she’s still trying to keep active.

“I have been using the @bodybysimone app the last few weeks, which has been a great way to get moving and dancing. We turned our garage into a makeshift gym,” Rosie replied when asked what her favourite quarantine workout was.

The star also said she was embracing a more comfortable style while self-isolating at home during the Covid-19 pandemic.

“Sweats or relaxed dresses,” the 32-year-old shared, adding that her go-to loungewear brands are Leset, Les Tien, Anine Bing, and Toteme.

Elsewhere in the Q&A session, the Transformers: Dark of the Moon star gave a rare insight into her family life with fellow Brit Jason, and told a follower that their toddler has a “proper English accent” despite living in the U.S.

“He’s doing great,” she shared. “We are lucky to (be) enjoying lots of family time together at the minute. He’s turning three in a few months, which I can’t believe. Currently, we are attempting potty training!”

And when asked what advice she would give to herself as a young woman, Rosie shared an inspirational quote from Keeping Up with the Kardashians momager Kris Jenner.

“You have the capacity to believe in yourself more than anyone,” the blonde beauty replied. “Dream big, and I quote Kris Jenner here – if somebody says ‘no’, you’re asking the wrong person.”

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Dwayne Johnson confirms Hobbs & Shaw 2 is in the works

Dwayne Johnson has confirmed a Hobbs & Shaw sequel is in the early stages of development.The wrestler-turned-actor delivered the news during a recent Instagram Live Q&A hosted by editors at Screenrant, writing: “We are developing now the next film, the…

Dwayne Johnson has confirmed a Hobbs & Shaw sequel is in the early stages of development.

The wrestler-turned-actor delivered the news during a recent Instagram Live Q&A hosted by editors at Screenrant, writing: “We are developing now the next film, the next (Hobbs & Shaw) movie, and I’m pretty excited about it.”

Although Johnson may be working on the movie already, moving the prospective film into production could present challenges, with the coronavirus crisis bringing the majority of Hollywood productions to a standstill.

Current predictions suggest projects in development now may only see release in 2022.

A spin-off from the popular Fast & Furious franchise, the first Hobbs & Shaw film was unveiled in 2019 and starred Johnson as Luke Hobbs and Jason Statham in the part of Deckard Shaw. The pair portrayed reluctant special agents who team up to defeat a bioterrorist from unleashing a deadly virus on the world.

The film, also known as Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw, grossed $760 million (£616 million) at the worldwide box office, and its storyline left a clear opening for a sequel.

While it is not yet known if original director David Leitch is interested in helming a second movie, a Hobbs & Shaw follow-up would have a robust cast ready to pick up the plotline.

In addition to Johnson and Statham, the flick feature performances from Vanessa Kirby and Eiza Gonzalez, as well as cameos from Cliff Curtis, Kevin Hart, Helen Mirren, and Ryan Reynolds.

For now, the final narrative and casting of the sequel are still to be determined, with Johnson adding: “Just gotta figure out the creative right now, and the direction we’re going to go.”

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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley finding it hard to entertain toddler son during lockdown

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is finding it “challenging” to keep her two-year-old son Jack entertained during the coronavirus lockdown.The British model is currently self-isolating alongside fiance Jason Statham and their little boy at their home in Los A…

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is finding it “challenging” to keep her two-year-old son Jack entertained during the coronavirus lockdown.

The British model is currently self-isolating alongside fiance Jason Statham and their little boy at their home in Los Angeles. However, in a new blog post on her Rose Inc. website, Rosie admitted coming up with activities to occupy Jack hasn’t been easy.

“I’m at home in Los Angeles with Jason and our son, Jack,” she shared. “I’m working from home and feel fortunate to be able to do so since I realise many people aren’t able to work remotely or have lost their jobs. It’s heartbreaking and my heart goes out to everyone impacted in these ways.

“When I am not working, I spend my time trying to figure out how to entertain a two-year-old indoors, which is a real challenge, I must say. I’m also cooking a lot more, which may or may not be a good thing for those who have to eat it! I also have a to-do list of things like reorganising my pantry and hanging family photos in our hallway.”

Elsewhere, Rosie explained that while she’s been trying to shoot video content for her social media pages, Jack has been making it difficult for her to get the clips filmed.

“I’m thinking of ways to shoot content at home for my Instagram and YouTube and stay engaged with my community,” the 32-year-old added. “I had a lot of requests for at-home beauty routines so I’ll hopefully shoot something over the coming days. A few days ago, I tried to shoot something and my son came bursting through my bathroom door screaming, so we’ll see how it goes next time!”

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Woody Harrelson replaces Jason Statham in The Man From Toronto

Woody Harrelson has been tapped to replace Jason Statham in action-comedy The Man From Toronto. The British action man was in talks to play the world’s deadliest assassin, known as “The Man from Toronto”, alongside Kevin Hart in the upcoming movie, wh…

Woody Harrelson has been tapped to replace Jason Statham in action-comedy The Man From Toronto.

The British action man was in talks to play the world’s deadliest assassin, known as “The Man from Toronto”, alongside Kevin Hart in the upcoming movie, which follows his character as he’s forced to team up with Hart’s Teddy and save the day after they are mistaken for each other in a rented Airbnb.

However, he abruptly exited the project last week, before his deal was signed, after disagreeing with Sony executives over the rating of the film, with him wanting an R-rated movie and Sony preferring a PG-13 market. Statham backing out of the film left the production in the lurch just six weeks before filming was set to begin.

According to editors at The Hollywood Reporter, Sony officials have swiftly found a replacement in the form of Harrelson, who recently worked with the studio on 2019 Zombieland sequel Double Tap and the upcoming Venom 2. His casting means the production can remain on schedule for a cinema release on 20 November.

The Man from Toronto is being directed by The Hitman’s Bodyguard helmer Patrick Hughes. Robbie Fox wrote the script from a story he originated with Jason Blumenthal, who is producing the movie with Todd Black and Steve Tisch under their Escape Artists banner.

Harrelson was recently seen reprising the role of Tallahassee in last year’s Zombieland: Double Tap and starring in World War II action movie Midway. He recently finished filming Venom 2, in which he stars alongside Tom Hardy as serial killer Cletus Kasady, also known as Carnage, as well as action-thriller Kate, alongside Mary Elizabeth Winstead.

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Jason Statham exits The Man from Toronto

Jason Statham has dropped out of The Man from Toronto.The British action man was due to play the world’s deadliest assassin, known as “The Man from Toronto”, in the upcoming movie, with the plot following the character as he’s forced to team up with Ke…

Jason Statham has dropped out of The Man from Toronto.

The British action man was due to play the world’s deadliest assassin, known as “The Man from Toronto”, in the upcoming movie, with the plot following the character as he’s forced to team up with Kevin Hart’s Teddy and save the day after they are mistaken for each other in a rented Airbnb.

However, editors at Deadline reported on Tuesday that Statham has dropped out of Sony Pictures’ action-comedy, which was due to go into production in six weeks’ time.

His casting was announced in January, though sources have claimed he never closed a deal to appear in the film. They also told the publication that Statham had “creative issues” with the movie, as he wanted it to be R-rated, while studio executives wanted it to be more of a PG-13, given its release days before Thanksgiving.

Producers are now trying to find a replacement to keep the production on track ahead of a cinema release on 20 November.

The Man from Toronto, which would have served as a reunion for Statham and his Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw co-star Hart, is being directed by The Hitman’s Bodyguard helmer Patrick Hughes. Robbie Fox wrote the script from a story he originated with Jason Blumenthal, who is producing the movie with Todd Black and Steve Tisch under their Escape Artists banner.

Statham, 52, recently reunited with his Snatch director Guy Ritchie to shoot Cash Truck, which also stars Josh Hartnett and Scott Eastwood. The film is now in post-production ahead of a release in January 2021.

In addition, Deadline also reported that The Transporter star parted ways with his agents at William Morris Endeavour (WME) on the same night he departed The Man from Toronto.

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Vin Diesel hints Fast & Furious 10 will be split into two parts

Vin Diesel has teased fans with the possibility that Fast & Furious 10 could be split into two parts.The 52-year-old, who has played Dominic Toretto in the long-running action franchise since 2001, revealed that he thought about the ending of the Fast …

Vin Diesel has teased fans with the possibility that Fast & Furious 10 could be split into two parts.

The 52-year-old, who has played Dominic Toretto in the long-running action franchise since 2001, revealed that he thought about the ending of the Fast & Furious saga even before filming began on the upcoming Fast & Furious 9.

“I started planning for Fast 10 before we started filming Fast 9. Very much so,” he told Total Film magazine, noting that he wants to stretch out the next instalment of the franchise for the fans and executives at the studio Universal.

“Universal deserves it because of how much they’ve invested in this little saga, and it’d be good to give back to Universal. And for the fans, should Fast 10 parts one and two be the conclusion, it would be nice for this world to continue for generations to come,” Diesel added.

The hugely successful action saga, which has grossed more than $5 billion (£3.8 billion) worldwide, also spawned last year’s spin-off movie Hobbs & Shaw, with Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham reprising their Fast & Furious characters for the blockbuster.

Diesel touched upon the possibilities of more spin-offs and insisted he was happy with the future of the franchise being enjoyed by different audiences.

“The universe is so robust and so rich with talent and rich with story that, on one level, it’s totally feasible to have spin-offs, and I think that’s something that is inevitable,” he explained.

Fast & Furious 9, which also stars Michelle Rodriguez, Charlize Theron, John Cena, Jordana Brewster, and Tyrese Gibson, will hit cinemas in May.

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Jason Statham and Kevin Hart in talks for The Man from Toronto

Jason Statham and Kevin Hart are reportedly in talks to team up for new action comedy The Man From Toronto.The Hobbs & Shaw star will play the world’s deadliest assassin, who reluctantly joins forces with loser Teddy, played by funnyman Hart, after a c…

Jason Statham and Kevin Hart are reportedly in talks to team up for new action comedy The Man From Toronto.

The Hobbs & Shaw star will play the world’s deadliest assassin, who reluctantly joins forces with loser Teddy, played by funnyman Hart, after a case of mistaken identity leaves the fate of the world on their shoulders, according to Deadline.

The movie is not related to 1933’s The Man From Toronto, which starred Jessie Matthews and Ian Hunter, and was based on the play by Douglas Murray.

The Hitman’s Bodyguard director Patrick Hughes, who previously worked with Statham on The Expendables 3, will oversee the project, with Robbie Fox penning the script based on a story from Jason Blumenthal.

Hart and Statham briefly shared scenes in last year’s Hobbs & Shaw, which also starred their frequent collaborator Dwayne Johnson.

Sony Pictures officials are eyeing a 20 November release for The Man From Toronto, with production expected to begin in March, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Hart is currently revelling in the huge success of Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle sequel, Jumanji: The Next Level, which has made over $738 million (£568 million) worldwide since its release in December.

The 40-year-old funnyman has also wrapped on upcoming drama Fatherhood, which will be released in January 2021.

Meanwhile, Statham recently reunited with Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels and Snatch director Guy Ritchie for the revenge action thriller, Cash Truck, which has just finished filming.

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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley swears by intermittent fasting

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley maintains her figure by intermittent fasting. The British supermodel, who splits her time between London and Los Angeles, has now revealed that she tries to eat nothing between 6pm and 8am the following morning. “I eat all …

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley maintains her figure by intermittent fasting.

The British supermodel, who splits her time between London and Los Angeles, has now revealed that she tries to eat nothing between 6pm and 8am the following morning.

“I eat all my food in an eight to 10-hour window, I’ll have a matcha latte with oat milk at 8am – that’s the most L.A. thing about me,” she told The Sunday Times’ Style magazine. “Then I try to finish eating between 4pm and 6pm it gives my body time to digest everything.”

However, Rosie insisted that she is “flexible” with the plan and if she goes out for dinner one evening, she will start eating later the following morning.

Elsewhere in the interview, the blonde beauty confessed it took her a long time to lose weight after giving birth to her son Jack, her child with partner Jason Statham, in 2017, and she hasn’t fully returned to her original shape, while her hair and skin were also affected by becoming a mother.

“It took a long time to get back into shape after I had Jack. Things don’t sit where they used to, but I’ve come to terms with it,” the 32-year-old shared. “I’ve never had perfect skin, but during my pregnancy it was fantastic. Once Jack was born the spots returned.

“My (hair) texture and colour aren’t the same. I can’t get it back to the right blonde. It stays for about three weeks and then washes out. I’ve still got broken bits on the side that won’t grow back, which has been upsetting.”

The interview comes shortly after it was announced Rosie had developed a red-brown shade named You Make Me for Hourglass Cosmetics’ Confession Ultra Slim High Intensity Refillable Lipstick range. The model, who was named the brand’s first-ever celebrity ambassador earlier this month, is also fronting the campaign for their new Vanish Airbrush Concealer.

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