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Chris Hemsworth Confirms 'Endgame' Thor Is Completely Fine By Posting A Video Of Thor Crying
ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsHammer's out, guitar is in. The biggest reveal of 'Avengers: Endgame' was easily Thor's transformation. Five years after killing Thanos, Thor is seen with a beer belly and manboobs and it's assumed that he's been depressed all these years after losing everyone he loved. He did get his revenge though and went for the giant purple grape's head, but that didn't fix everything. A lot of people were shocked with 'fat Thor', but Chris Hemsworth himself was totally on board with the idea. Looks like people were still worried about Thor, so Chris decided to share a video telling everyone he's totally fine. View this post on Instagram Not sure why everyone's so worried about Thor, he's fine guys... A post shared by Chris Hemsworth (@chrishemsworth) on Jun 13, 2019 at 7:43am PDT What a drama queen tho. Chris says Thor is fine but I have one thing to say about the video - The tears, the song, it's 'Hurt' by Johnny Cash btw. The drama, he's just trolling everyone to the next level. Moreover, it's such a Thor thing to do, saying he's fine while crying. Wait, has he just turned into Thor for real? Kinda unrelated but Thor or Chris, drop an album, you coward. We deserve it. Don Cheadle has something to say. you poor slob ... https://t.co/YXb5SEB1dJ — Don Cheadle (@DonCheadle) June 13, 2019 Yep. bruce missing the point of the song bc he got lost in thor's voice and guitar playing: pic.twitter.com/NErH2Gqq0S — ev â â â³ â§ Ï â (@carolwasps) June 13, 2019 We need it. THOR TOUR!! — Obie Brown (@Obienator) June 13, 2019 Make 'Thour' happen. pic.twitter.com/Q3YJGf3186 — Obie Brown (@Obienator) June 13, 2019 This should be the plot of 'Thor 4'. Brother, perhaps we should start a Ragna-Rock band? pic.twitter.com/N2jZRk2IVg — Lego Loki (@Loki_Lego) June 13, 2019 All of us after watching the video. :'( pic.twitter.com/jO5AekyD1q — clau â¨loki apologist (@claudnayn) June 13, 2019 Chris has two moods. I love you My Strongest Avenger â¤pic.twitter.com/bDfYrJsCOz — Karen Crowley (@BlackWidow_221B) June 13, 2019
ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsOn 29th April, Australian all-rounder James Faulkner was busy celebrating his 29th birthday when his social media post sparked a massive uproar amongst fans. The Aussie cricketer shared a picture of himself in the company of his mother Roslyn Carol Faulkner and "boyfriend" Rob Judd on social media. Birthday dinner with the boyfriend @robjubb and my mother roslyn_carol_faulknerâ¤ï¸â¤ï¸â¤ï¸ #togetherfor5yearshttps://t.co/n9hJYTepX0 — James Faulkner (@JamesFaulkner44) April 29, 2019 Taking to Twitter, Faulkner shared the picture with the caption: "Birthday dinner with the boyfriend @robjubb and my mother roslyn_carol_faulkner". As soon as his post surfaced, cricket fans poured in their wishes and lauded the Oz star for his courage to come out on social media. His teammates also joined the chorus while wishing him a 'Happy Birthday'. Commenting on his post, Glenn Maxwell wrote: "Happy birthday mate! Great courage". On the other hand, Shaun Tait, too, replied: "Great courage mate, bet u feel better". However, Faulkner's post wasn't what everyone interpreted it to be, and he was definitely not revealing that he was in a same-*** relationship. View this post on Instagram There seems to be a misunderstanding about my post from last night, I am not gay, however it has been fantastic to see the support from and for the LBGT community. Let's never forget love is love, however @robjubbsta is just a great friend. Last night marked five years of being house mates! Good on everyone for being so supportive. A post shared by James Faulkner (@jfaulkner44) on Apr 29, 2019 at 5:07pm PDT In a subsequent post on 30th April, Faulkner clarified: "There seems to be a misunderstanding about my post from last night, I am not gay, however, it has been fantastic to see the support from and for the LBGT community. Let's never forget love is love, however, @robjubbsta is just a great friend. Last night marked five years of being housemates! Good on everyone for being so supportive". But, unfortunately, Faulkner's explanation came a tad too late. His clarification post wasn't received well by some fans, especially the LGBT community. "Yeah, I don't think you're getting support from the LGBT community from this, pal. We're not a joke. Struggled to be taken seriously (let alone acknowledged legally) for years. "Gay lol" is pretty infantile from an elite athlete wearing the national colours," commented blakeerickson. "Disappointing that you & your cricketing mates can make a joke out of what is a struggle for many..Next time you post a 'joke' try to make it funny and not an insult to a community," wrote themikeycole. © Instagram/@jfaulkner44 "Highlights how behind cricket Australia is and the culture surrounding sports at the moment. It may have been a facetious post but there are a large number of men in sports that have been and continue to be ostracised and ridiculed for their sexual orientation. To use that as a joke is definitely not a hate crime but is in poor taste a few news outlets, which may not be credible but have a huge impressionable audience broke the headline "Australias first openly gay cricket player", it's a shame that something considered groundbreaking and significant was due to some guys having an inside joke. As someone in the public eye and a role model to young men, you should take accountability and also highlight the problems surrounding your sport and the issues the LGBTQI community face. Not just brush it off as a post taken out of context," said goodgrlmimi_. "Can I just say in response that I am so pleased and happy for you that the relationships and marriages we had fought for so hard, and for so long, provide you with such a fun punchline for your social media," commented stephensander. "Did you miss the homophobia rampant in the comments? I went to that post thinking 'Shit, I don't know of any professional cricketers in this hemisphere who are like me!" It was one of those moments when the feeling of otherness goes away. And then the homophobia hit me. And then it was just a joke. Just banter. Mate, I get it was an unintended consequence of a personal in-joke. But when you chuck it on a public platform, invite the bigots to express their disgust over a sexual orientation you don't even have? It's pretty bloody painful for those of us who have to live with that every day," wrote jackremiel. © Instagram/@jfaulkner44 "Then why didn't you write best mate instead of boyfriend?," wrote r.gregor17. "Why would you joke about that...?," said reecey1988. "It's a shame you think it's okay to mock GLBTIQ relationships. I have removed my "like". Young people who are struggling with their sexuality might have seen hope and support in your post. It's not a joke. You're the joke. Your mother must be so proud," wrote thebassetthound_au. "Completely understand that you did not intend to cause any harm. However, your post is an example of the "ladsy" sporting culture that needs to be eradicated so players can authentically be themselves. The post made a mockery of any closeted gay/bi athlete, thereby mocking the LGBTIQ community. It's 2019. Ignorance is no longer an excuse," wrote gagagreene. "Very disappointed. How can you really be that clueless that you "coming out" on social media is not going to be treated like a big moment? The LGBTQ community continues to struggle with mental health, with family and so many other things. This is not something to joke about. I hope you have learned a valuable lesson from this major screw up," said lpfpod. © Instagram/@jfaulkner44 "Wouldn't call it a misunderstanding. It was a poor joke," wrote laurenfarrell17. "You are an absolute cretin mate, taking the piss like that and now that grovelling back tracking post. No wonder barely any pro athletes have the nerve to come out. Sexuality is never a laugh," wrote another Instagram user. The backlash on social media, later, prompted Cricket Australia (CA) to intervene and release a statement. The Australian cricket board claimed that Faulkner's post was a misguided attempt at humour. "Cricket Australia does not consider the social commentary this morning from James Faulkner to be a joke, nor does James," the CA statement said. "His comment was made as a genuine reflection of his relationship with his business partner, best friend and house mate of five years. He was not contacted for clarification before some outlets reported his Instagram post as an announcement of a homosexual relationship," it added. "James and CA are supportive of the LGBQTI community and recognises coming out can be an incredibly emotional time. The post was not in any way meant to make light of this and, though the support from the community was overwhelming and positive. Cricket Australia apologises for any unintended offence," CA concluded.
PM Modi's Reply To Bollywood Celebs Posting Selfies & Backfies With Him Is Leaving Us In Splits
ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsThis weekend turned out to be a very special day for the Indian film fraternity, when the who's who of Bollywood industry came together for the inauguration of India's very first cinema museum. Called the National Museum of Indian Cinema, it was inaugurated by none other than PM Modi in Mumbai on Saturday. Multitudes of film and TV stars were in attendance at the event, right from veteran actors Manoj Kumar, Jeetendra to Karan Johar, Imtiaz Ali, Dinesh Vijan, Kartik Aryan, Aamir Khan, Kangana Ranaut, and even Kapil Sharma and Dilip Joshi aka Jethalal, amongst others. The wonderful city of Mumbai is now home to the excellent National Museum of Indian Cinema. Here are some pictures. pic.twitter.com/F9Jb9tM8IB — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) January 19, 2019 However, it isn't the inauguration which is getting all the attendance like it should, but rather the selfies and “backfies” with PM Modi after the event which has left the Internet in splits. Because of the many celebrities who attended the event, and given Prime Minister's tight schedule, some celebs didn't get the opportunity to get clicked with Modi, and they decided to make do with “backfies” instead. So while Kapil Sharma got lucky and shared a few moments talking to the PM, what followed next was that we got to know that Modi also had a fanboy moment when Kapil Sharma posted a picture of the duo, and praised Modi's sense of humour. Respected pm Sh @narendramodi ji,it was nice meeting u n great knowing ur inspiring ideas and progressive views about our film industry and our nation. N sir I must say u have a great sense of humor too! regards ð pic.twitter.com/2fDpGC2qwh — KAPIL (@KapilSharmaK9) January 19, 2019 Modi's response to this tweet is all the proof we need: When @KapilSharmaK9 appreciates somebody's humour, it sure makes that person happy and I am no exception. :) Thank you for the kind words Kapil. https://t.co/SHVTH6vI8p — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) January 20, 2019 However, unlike Kapil, other celebs didn't get the chance to click a selfie with the PM, and instead took consolation in a “backfie” with him. Imtiaz Ali posted the said backfie on Instagram, which was then reposted on Twitter by Kartik Aryan, and snap came Modi's witty reply. Check out what they said: View this post on Instagram Losers' backfie with the honorable PM! A post shared by Imtiaz Ali (@imtiazaliofficial) on Jan 19, 2019 at 5:45am PST PM Modi's pun-ny response to this backfie has left the internet in splits: Not losers but Rockstars! No selfie Jab We Met but there will always be another occasion. :) https://t.co/1Ud7D5jIvd — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) January 20, 2019 We say that it isn't just Kapil or Imtiaz who can crack a good joke, isn't it? Because PM Modi just owned it with his tweets.
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ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsFrom Shah Rukh Khan, Sushant Singh Rajput to Amitabh Bachchan, actors are donating huge amounts of money to help Kerala battle one of the worst floods in history. In fact, they are continuously urging their fans to contribute to relief funds as well. © Reuters While, most celebrities are helping Kerala financially and raising awareness on social media, what actor Randeep Hooda is doing for the flood victims is truly commendable and a noble gesture. Instead of just posting messages and prayers on social media, actor Randeep Hooda has actually travelled to Kerala to provide help to the flood victims and actively participate in the relief work. #EidMubarak ð and thank you for all the wonderful blessings and wishes for my birthday.. feeling blessed to be a part of @Khalsa_Aid team of volunteers helping in #KeralaFloodRelief .. every little step counts.. to help https://t.co/xQXd7ikrus ð pic.twitter.com/eUWEWGfbz2 — Randeep Hooda (@RandeepHooda) August 22, 2018 Hooda has joined as a volunteer with the Khalsa Aid group, a non-profit organisation that has time and again rescued and provided help to people across the world. Recently, Khalsa Aid group posted a picture on Insatgram where the actor is seen serving food to people at the langar. Bollywood actor @randeephooda joins the Khalsa Aid team in #Kerala ! It's great to see celebrities on the ground and not just simply commenting on social media. #KeralaFloods #Seva #Langar #Kerala #KhalsaAid #Humanity #RandeepHooda #OneLove #SarbatDaBhalla A post shared by Khalsa Aid (UK) (@khalsa_aid) on Aug 22, 2018 at 7:48am PDT A hero is someone who understands the responsibility that comes with freedom! #KeralaFloods2018 #KeralaFloodRelief #Kerala #JammuAndKashmir #Mumbai #humanity #RealHeroes #KhalsaAid #motivation #RandeepHooda @Khalsa_Aid pic.twitter.com/qtw8OknZjj — Randeep Hooda FC (@Randeep_HoodaFC) August 23, 2018 They even wrote, "It's great to see celebrities on the ground and not just simply commenting on social media." Through organising langars, the group has served food to thousands of people. Randeep Hooda at Kerala serving food, providing relief and helping the flood victims with the volunteers of @Khalsa_Aid#KeralaFloodRelief #RandeepHooda pic.twitter.com/ZiEQ8eYAFL — Randeep Hooda FC (@Randeep_HoodaFC) August 22, 2018 What Randeep is doing for Kerala flood survivors has left his fans beaming with pride and joy. In all honesty, he truly deserves all our respect for his noble and brave gesture. This isn't the first time that Randeep has volunteered with Khalsa Aid. Last year, after Ganpati visarjan he helped clean the grabage from Mumbai's Versova beach.