Fleetwood Mac’s Lindsey Buckingham And Christine McVie Are Working On A Duets Album

Fleetwood Mac co-founder and drummer Mick Fleetwood, as good as a band’s bassist, John McVie, are also operative on a album, though that doesn’t meant it will bear a band’s name. Instead, a operative pretension is simply “Buckingham McVie,” in a same capillary as Buckingham’s pre-Fleetwood duets manuscript with Stevie Nicks (”Buckingham Nicks”).  

‘Star Wars’ Won’t Digitally Resurrect Carrie Fisher In Future Films

After her comfortless genocide in December, many were uncertain either Fisher’s best-remembered character, Leia Organa, would live on in destiny films. The actress, who originated a princess in 1977, brought Leia behind to a large shade as a ubiquitous in “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” in 2015. She was rumored to have a incomparable purpose in a latest trilogy’s second dual films, presenting a plea to those during a helm of a franchise. 

Zoe Saldana Thinks Hollywood ‘Bullies’ Won Trump The White House

Zoe Saldana has apparently hopped on the Donald Trump apologist sight (OMG, Nicole Kidman, we didn’t know you’d be here, too!) after claiming Hollywood’s “bullying” strategy emboldened a citizens into voting for a existence TV host-turned-president-elect. 

“We got cocky and became conceited and we also became bullies,” Saldana pronounced in an talk with AFP of Trump ― who has been regularly indicted of bullying reporters, domestic opponents, minority groups, not to discuss dodging allegations of passionate assault via his campaign. 

“We were perplexing to singular out a male for all these things he was doing wrong,” she continued, “and that combined consolation in a large organisation of people in America that felt bad for him and that are desiring in his promises.”

Saldana has left on a record as a believer of Trump’s Democratic competition Hillary Clinton, and she has formerly been outspoken about her antipathy for a president-elect’s due policies, generally when it comes to immigration. In February, she co-signed a letter with singer America Ferrara and other Latinos in Hollywood to mount adult opposite Trump’s “anti-immigrant fear-mongering.” Months before a election, she also endorsed a minute sealed by the “Star Trek” cast that described him as “an pledge with a disrespectful stupidity of inhabitant laws and general realities.”

“I’m training from [Trump’s victory] with a lot of humility,” Saldana said. “If we have people continue to be clever and teach ourselves and mount by equal rights and provide everybody with respect, we won’t go behind to those times.”

Her comments come after a week of high-profile actresses addressing Trump publicly. At the 74th Annual Golden Globes on Sunday, Meryl Streep delivered an ardent debate about how we all contingency assistance “safeguard a truth” and plea Trump’s conflict on a press, foreigners and a party industry. Days later, Nicole Kidman caused some debate by dogmatic that it’s time all Americans “support” a destiny president now that he’s been elected. 

Watch Saldana respond to Streep’s debate in a video below: