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Chris Pratt seemed in great spirits just weeks before split

Chris Pratt seemed in great spirits just weeks before split

There's definitely a loneliness and, like , an internal element to being a performer. I laugh loud sometimes - maybe too loud but it is a public character sometimes. Chris and Anna met on the set of Take Me Home Tonight in early 2007. Aside from their disappointment, their statements make it clear that they love Jack very much and are trying to keep their split private for his sake.


Kendall Jenner Denies Stiffing Brooklyn Bar of a Tip

Kendall Jenner Denies Stiffing Brooklyn Bar of a Tip

And it would appear the Jenner faithful were right: on Monday night, Jenner tweeted , referencing the incident, "damn, I guess next time we won't tip in cash". I mean, it's not like she rang up an outrageous tab or anything. Back in April, Jenner was also slammed for starring in a Pepsi commercial that had her single-handedly ending a protest by offering the soft drink to a police officer.


Disney unveils lighthouse statue honoring toddler killed by alligator

Disney unveils lighthouse statue honoring toddler killed by alligator

His father, Matt, jumped into save him, but could not free his son. The boy's body was found 16 hours later. In the year since Lane's death, Disney has made numerous changes to increase safety for its guests. After the death, Disney was criticised for not having posted signs warning of the danger along the man-made lagoon, which borders Magic Kingdom. It also constructed a boulder wall along the edge of the lagoon.


Shirt Company Vows To 'Keep Fighting' Amid Swastika Controversy

Shirt Company Vows To 'Keep Fighting' Amid Swastika Controversy

The company said they wanted to transform the swastika into a symbol of peace and love, despite it being a symbol long linked with Nazism and the Holocaust. "We have some plans for the future that we are not going to reveal". One clothing company sought to use swastikas as a sort of logo on a new line of LGBT pride shirts.


Disney's Lion King Remake Finds Its Rafiki and Sarabi

Disney's Lion King Remake Finds Its Rafiki and Sarabi

EW has confirmed that Alfre Woodard will voice Sarabi , the mate of leonine ruler Mufasa and mother of cub-prince Simba, in Disney's live-action reimagining of its 1994 animated hit, while John Kani will portray the primate Rafiki, a trusted royal adviser.