Dave Bautista had Manny Pacquiao tattoo covered up after his 'anti-gay statements'
In an interview with GQ, actor Dave Bautista says he had a tattoo covered up after a friend was revealed to be “an extreme homophobe.” Bautista, who is a known ally of the LGBTQ community, explains in a tattoo breakdown video that he took issue with statements made by someone he respected.news.yahoo.com
New this week: Mariah Carey special, 'Maverick,' 'Best Man'
This week’s new entertainment releases include Mariah Carey in concert on CBS singing Christmas songs, a free stream of the beloved 1965 animated special “A Charlie Brown Christmas” and megahit "Top Gun: Maverick” lands on Paramount+ on Thursday.
Galaxy star Bautista offers reward for Trump carved manatee
Someone etches the word "Trump" into the skin of a manatee in Florida. “Guardians of the Galaxy” actor Dave Bautista is offering a $20,000 reward to catch whoever etched “Trump” into a Florida manatee's back. A video showing the gentle sea cow emerged with the word “TRUMP” scraped in algae on its back went viral after it was spotted in the Homosassa River in Citrus County. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission are looking for any information regarding the animal’s harassment. Fish and Wildlife Service said the manatee does not appear to be seriously injured.
Kumail Nanjiani is finding his way through 'The Weirds'
(Skip Bolen/Netflix via AP)NEW YORK Kumail Nanjiani has a few names for quarantine life. He's now finding his way in a Hollywood where South Asian actors, when they're cast at all, have usually been typecast. "But I dont feel Pakistani because I dont live in Pakistan. I dont feel American because a lot of Americans dont think of me as American. During quarantine, Nanjiani went back and watched three movies he hadnt seen since he was 10: Krull, Beastmaster and The Thief of Baghdad.Suddenly there would be an image and youre like, Oh, my God.
Natalie Morales Talks Joining 'Stuber' and Defying Latinx Stereotypes (Exclusive)
ET recently spoke with Morales about joining the project, bucking racial stereotypes and much more. He works really, really hard," she shared over the phone. "He got the part because hes a brilliant, great actor whos really funny." Throughout Stuber, L.A. itself is a character in the film, which Bautista and Nanjianis characters explore in the latter's electric car, leading to numerous shootouts and hilarious exchanges. Morales explained that Tripper Clancy, the movies screenwriter, wrote it specifically as an L.A. film, challenging the filmmakers with recreating the City of Angels in the South.