Gisele Bündchen is opening up about her blended family with husband Tom Brady. The supermodel, 39, got candid about motherhood when she answered fan questions in a series of videos shared on her Instagram Stories Thursday. When asked about how it feels "being a stepmom" to 12-year-old son John "Jack" Edward Thomas - who Brady, 43, shares with ex Bridget Moynahan - Bündchen told her followers that she doesn't like using that term to describe herself when it comes to parenting. "I don't like the word ‘stepmom,'" she shared. "I like the word ‘bonus mom' because I . . .
The zombie hordes are coming, and this time they're pretty much all white people. In the forthcoming horror film Blood Quantum from Mi'gmaq writer and director Jeff Barnaby, the inhabitants of the Mi'gmaq reserve of Red Crow are being threatened by an undead onslaught. ... More »
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Played by Eddie Redmayne, Newt Scamander is a lead character in J.K. Rowling's wizarding world and is the wizard at the center of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. Though the film takes place several decades before the events in the Harry Potter series, Newt's story still references Harry's world heavily - but did you know that the character of Newt made an appearance in one of the original films, 12 years before the Fantastic Beasts film series? In 2004's Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Fred and George Weasley memorably give Harry the Marauder's Map. As they explain how to . . .