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Trending News Roundup: No Time To Die, Twice

Trending News Roundup: ‘No Time To Die,’ TWICE’s ‘The Feels,’ ‘My Hero Academia’

We know just how hard it is to keep track and stay updated on everything that has been going on online recently. That is why we’re giving you 5 of the most talked-about entertainment topics in the past couple of days to make catching up easier for you!

No Time To Die

No Time To Die — Daniel Craig’s last Bond film after 15 years — has finally premiered in US cinemas last week. The film is Craig’s swan song and follows James Bond as he enjoys a tranquil life in Jamaica after leaving active service. His peaceful life is interrupted when his old CIA friend asks for his help to rescue a kidnapped scientist. This mission turns out to be more dangerous than expected as Bond meets a mysterious villain who’s armed with dangerous new technology.

Aside from Craig, the film also stars Judi Dench, Léa Seydoux, Ralph Fiennes, Jeffrey Wright, Ben Whishaw, and Naomie Harris. As of writing, the movie has been rated Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes.

The Fact Music Awards

The Fact Music Awards took place last October 2, and just like last year, the show was an online and contact-free ceremony and was streamed all over the world. The show was hosted by Shin Dong Yup and Girls’ Generation’s Seohyun, while BOOM hosted the red carpet events.

During the ceremony, BTS won the Daesang (Grand Prize), while the Artist of the Year Bonsang awards were given to ATEEZ, Brave Girls, Stray Kids, THE BOYZ, Kang Daniel, Super Junior, ENHYPEN, TXT, ASTRO, Oh My Girl, SEVENTEEN, ITZY, and BTS.


TWICE’s ‘The Feels’

Last Friday, TWICE released their first official English single “The Feels” — a trendy disco-pop genre with a catchy melody and is about one’s uncontainable feelings after falling in love. The new song also comes with a retro-themed music video that features the members partying at a school dance.

Stream the song here.

The Guilty

Another film that premiered on Netflix last week is Jake Gyllenhaal’s The Guilty. It centers on a troubled police detective demoted to 911 operator duty who must save a distressed caller during a harrowing day of revelations and reckonings. He eventually discovers that nothing is as it seems, and he must face the truth to find the way out. Also starring here are Christina Vidal, Adrian Martinez, and more.

Stream the film here.

My Hero Academia

Just minutes after the finale of My Hero Academia aired, the sixth season of the popular anime series was confirmed by the franchise’s official Japanese website. This comes with an exciting new teaser to get fans hyped up. Aside from this, fans of the franchise also got the English-dubbed trailer of My Hero Academia: World Heroes Mission, a movie that will focus on Deku, Bakugo, and Shoto Todoroki teaming up as the “Three Musketeers” to battle a new threat and clear Izuku’s name for a crime he didn’t commit.

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