Daily Archive: June 3, 2017

Ease Your 13 Reasons Why Withdrawals With Another Clay Jensen and Hannah Baker Reunion

Nearly a month after reuniting at the MTV Movie and TV Awards, Dylan Minnette and Katherine Langford came together once again at Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why FYC event in Beverly Hills on Friday. Dylan and Katherine – who play Clay Jensen and Hannah Baker, respectively, on the show – hit the red carpet with Kate Walsh, who plays Olivia Baker, before making their way inside to participate in a panel discussion.

Their fun outing comes on the heels of Netflix’s big announcement that the popular Netflix series will be returning for a second season. While details are still pretty scarce, according to Netflix, season two will begin “in the aftermath of Hannah Baker’s death and the start of the characters’ complicated journeys toward healing and recovery.” Executive producer Selena Gomez also posted a teaser with the caption, “Their story isn’t over.” Here’s hoping we will see even more of the lovable cast as they promote the upcoming season of 13 Reasons Why.

Can ‘Wonder Woman’ save the summer? She’s off to a good start

“Wonder Woman,” the latest and best-reviewed entry so far in the DC Comics movie universe, overpowered the competition at the box office on Friday, grossing an estimated $38 million on its opening day.

The film, which stars Gal Gardot in the title role, has earned a strong response from critics…

Why You Shouldn’t Even Think About Asking the Royal Family For Autographs (or Selfies)

We’re sorry to disappoint you, but if you ever get the chance to meet a member of the British royal family, please don’t ask for an autograph. Not only is it a breech of royal protocol, but their likely response will be, “Sorry, they don’t allow me to do that.” Unlike celebrities, royals cannot afford to have their signature forged and possibly used against them at a later point. They may sign visitors books or official documents, but autographs never. Back in 2010, Prince Charles surprised everyone when he broke protocol to sign an autograph for victims of the Cornwall floods. While meeting with a couple, he was asked, “Can I be really cheeky please Sir and can I have your autograph for my young son Tom? I’m not sure if you do autographs but it would make his day?” Charles then shocked his bodyguards when he asked one of them to find a piece of paper for him to sign. He wrote “Charles 2010” and even apologized for the “shaky writing” because he “never writes standing up.”

And if you thought you could get away with a selfie, think again. Those same rules apply to selfies. In fact, Prince Harry isn’t even a fan of them. While visiting the Australian War Memorial back in 2015, a young fan waiting among the crowd asked the young royal for a selfie, to which he replied, “No, I hate selfies. Seriously, you need to get out of it. I know you’re young, but selfies are bad.” He then made up for it by asking her to simply take a normal photo of him.