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Suki Waterhouse on “isolating and disorienting” Bradley Cooper breakup

Suki Waterhouse has opened up about the aftermath of her “isolating and disorientating” breakup with Bradley Cooper in a new interview.The pair broke up in 2015 after two years of dating and in a new interview in British Vogue‘s August issue, Waterhouse spoke about the challenges of the split.The Daisy Jones & The Six actress explained: “I really will say that I’m pretty strong at this point, but when something very public happens to you and the story behind it is dark and difficult, and you’re actually not doing well, and you can’t explain yourself to the world, that’s very isolating and disorientating.“It probably has taken a decade to work myself out and actually be able to have this expansion in my life.”Waterhouse went on to say heartbreak “always stays in you” before explaining how her dating life changed in her twenties.She continued: “Your 20s are pretty sadistic. The love I experienced [then] was only ever a fetishisation, and I think when you only get loved in that way, you only get punished,” the singer and actress told British Vogue.“When you get into your 30s you’re almost instantly afforded a little bit more respect.

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‘Beef’ season two could be a ‘Drive’ reunion with Oscar Isaac and Carey Mulligan
Beef season two have already begun, and it has been reported that the second instalment might see a reunion between two former co-stars.The A24/Netflix series about a road rage argument that escalates into a full-blown feud, received high critical acclaim for its first series, winning eight Emmys and three Golden Globes.It was announced earlier this year that a second season might be on the cards, with Jake Gyllenhaal, Anne Hathaway and Priscilla’s Cailee Spaeny all originally rumoured to be involved.Now, according to Deadline, two more Hollywood A-listers are potentially set to join the cast, with sources sharing that Oscar Isaac and Carey Mulligan might be starring in the second season.This would mark another reunion for the two actors who starred alongside Ryan Gosling and Bryan Cranston in the 2011 action thriller film Drive, as well as the 2013 biopic, Inside Llewyn Davis.Inside sources have reportedly told Deadline that the pair are “in negotiations to star” in season two and that the roles Mulligan and Isaac are up for were the ones originally intended for Hathaway and Gyllenhaal.While it was reported to Deadline that the second season hasn’t officially been given the green light, inside sources have shared that the plot is set to centre around two feuding couples.The rumours come after a busy year for Mulligan, who played the eccentric friend of Rosamund Pike’s character in Saltburn, earned an Oscar nomination for her portrayal as Felicia Montealegre, wife of Leonard Bernstein, in Bradley Cooper’s Maestro, and starred opposite Adam Sandler in the Netflix sci-fi movie Spaceman.Isaac, whose past projects include Denis Villeneuve’s Dune, the Star Wars sequel trilogy and playing the eponymous role in Inside Llewyn
Ring of steel is thrown around Oscars after pro-Palestinian protesters target award shows
95th Oscars which take place on Sunday, after pro-Palestine demonstrators targeted other red carpet events.The area around the Dolby Theatre on Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles has been blocked off with chainlink fencing as part of early preparations which will eventually involve thousands of law enforcement and security personnel.Police and organizers will want to avoid a repeat of the Grammy Awards – when arrivals at LA’s Arena were brought to a halt by pro-Palestinian supporters blocking traffic – by using thge security fence as in previous years.The protestors gleefully shared footage online with the hashtag #ShutItDown4Palestine. At the event itself, Annie Lennox called for a ceasefire during her tribute to Sinéad O’Connor.The Post is told the Academy’s goal on Sunday is to support and celebrate artists and avoid politics and the political landscape.The Oscars security measures use long-standing protocols designed to prevent protesters attempting to interrupt the Sunday night show.An interruption would give protesters a platform among as many as 20 million Americans watching live, millions more around the world and a much larger social media audience.Sources at the Academy Awards said that the safety and security of attendees is paramount, adding that the organization would not tolerate any behavior that actively endangers, discriminates or causes bodily harm to attendees or members of its global film community.Anti-Israel demonstrators have increasingly targeted high-profile events.