'We broke up today': Lindsay Lohan breaks silence on relationship rumours

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Los Angeles: Actress Lindsay Lohan has quashed rumours surrounding her mystery man,
rumoured to be the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, Mohammed bin Salman.
She has declared she is single. Lohan told Australia's The Kyle and Jackie O breakfast radio show that she has broken up
with her boyfriend, without revealing his name, reports "aceshowbiz.com". "I was seeing someone and we broke up today," Lohan said when asked about her
relationship status during the chat. "You wouldn't even know who he was.
I had a bit of a day." Lohan has been linked to Saudi prince since August when "Page Six" reported she was
being "flown around in private jets and showered with presents" by him. Representatives of Lohan, however, claimed the pair had met only once, that too
"around a year ago at a Formula One Grand Prix race". Right now, Lohan is focussed on her career. She plans to return on television once
again after her MTV reality series Lindsay Lohan…

Disney releases first-look of Emma Stone as Cruella de Vil

Disney Releases First-Look Pic of Emma Stone as Cruella de Vil
Disney revealed a first look of Emma Stone in character as Cruella de Vil in Cruella, a live-action interpretation of the villain from 1961's 101 Dalmatians

The film, helmed by I, Tonya-director Craig Gillespie, also stars Emma Thompson. In Disney's tweet sharing the photo, Stone appears with Cruella's signature two-shade hair color, accompanied by several Dalmatian dogs.
Here’s your first look at Emma Stone as Cruella de Vil in Disney’s Cruella. The film, also starring Emma Thompson, Paul Walter Hauser, and Joel Fry, comes to theaters May 28, 2021.

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The film is billed as an origin story set in the 1980s, following a young, punk-ish Cruella de Vil. The character, known for kidnapping puppies to use their fur to make luxury coats, was last portrayed on the big screen by Glenn Close in the 1996 adaptation of 101 Dalmatians
What an excellent episode! After the slight slip in quality last week, Elementary is back big time with this week's episode, Reichenbach Falls, the penultimate one for the show. And I, for one, am truly going to miss this wonderful adaptation when it ends next week. Elementary Season 7 Episode 12 has everything I love about this show — a tight, riveting story; wonderful performances by all the main actors (it is so good to see Lucy Liu back in form after her so-so appearances this season and Jonny Lee Miller is just stunning in every scene); and most of all, compassion for its characters. 
Elementary S7E11 ended with a shocker — the death of Morland Holmes — and the very last scene has a shell-shocked Sherlock learning of his father's death. Elementary S7E12 begins right from that point and the compassion of the show is evident from the get go, in the first words we hear, those of Joan asking Sherlock if he is okay. Jonny Lee Miller knocks it out of the park in this scene (and the entire episode) as the son trying to come to terms with the death of an estranged father, and one whose death he feels responsible for. 
Marcus, who brought the news of Morland's death, soon tells them that the safe house where Sherlock was keeping Annie Spellman (the woman who agreed to testify against Odin) had been burnt down to the ground, with neither Annie nor Morland's guards who were protecting her left alive. Sherlock realises that Odin is getting more and more brazen in his moves and is now using hired assassins instead of spending time turning misguided people over to his cause. Joan agrees and they believe this could be key to bringing Odin down. 
The film, helmed by I, Tonya-director Craig Gillespie, also stars Emma Thompson. In Disney's tweet sharing the photo, Stone appears with Cruella's signature two-shade hair color, accompanied by several Dalmatian dogs.The film, helmed by I, Tonya-director Craig Gillespie, also stars Emma Thompson. In Disney's tweet sharing the photo, Stone appears with Cruella's signature two-shade hair color, accompanied by several Dalmatian dogs.The film, helmed by I, Tonya-director Craig Gillespie, also stars Emma Thompson. In Disney's tweet sharing the photo, Stone appears with Cruella's signature two-shade hair color, accompanied by several Dalmatian dogs.

Disney confirmed that Cruella is set for release on May 28, 2021.

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