With everything that’s happening today, it might be hard to keep track and stay updated on all the things that are happening all around us. To make catching up easier, here are 5 of the top and trending entertainment topics in the past couple of days!
Just a little over the month after the release of “Dynamite”, Big Hit Entertainment has announced the release and pre-order date for BTS’ newest album BE. BE (Deluxe Edition) is said to be the most “BTS-esque” music yet, and is made special with the direct involvement of BTS, not only on the music, but also on its concept and design. The album aims to declare the message of healing from the members to the fans all over the world.
BE (Deluxe Edition) is available for pre-order today, via BTS’ official shopping platform, WeVerse Shop.
Lily Collins’ Engagement
In an Instagram post last Saturday, Lily Collins announced that she is now engaged to director Charlie McDowell. “I’ve been waiting my lifetime for you and I can’t wait to spend our lifetime together,” she said. She then showed off her newest ring in a follow-up post, describing the moment as “the purest joy I’ve ever felt.”
Collins is set to star in the new Netflix series Emily in Paris, which launches this October.
Hyun Bin’s Birthday
Crash Landing On You star Hyun Bin turned 38 last September 25. To celebrate that, his agency, Vast Entertainment treated the fans with the actor’s adorable childhood photos.
Aside from the hit K-drama, the actor also starred in other dramas like Memories of the Alhambra, Secret Garden, and Hyde, Jekyll, Me.
Food Wars‘ Final Episode
Food Wars: Shokugeki no Soma – Series Finale is now available! Watch: https://bit.ly/3kP2ejG Thank you for everything, Soma!Posted by Food Wars: Shokugeki no Soma on Friday, September 25, 2020
After five seasons, the final episode of the anime Food Wars or Shokugeki No Soma has finally aired, incorporating the final moments of the manga while adding new elements to the anime. Food Wars centers on the Soma Yukihira, whose dream is to become a full-time chef in the family restaurant and surpass his father’s culinary skills.
The first four seasons of Food Wars are streaming on Netflix.
FarmVille on Facebook
Zynga has announced that the agriculture-simulation game FarmVille on Facebook will be closing down this December 31, 2020, 11 years after it first launched. The said closure is said to be because Facebook will stop supporting Flash games on the platform starting on the said date. “Thank you is a small word but when fertilized with love and beautiful memories it means the world to us,” FarmVille posted on their Facebook page.
Homestream images taken from BTS’ Twitter page and Food Wars’ Facebook page.