Chris Hemsworth to be honoured on Hollywood Walk of Fame

Chris Hemsworth to be honoured on Hollywood Walk of Fame

Blake Lively’s new film, It Ends With Us has just dropped its first full trailer.

The film is based on the best selling novel and follows Lily, played by lively, as she begins a dramatic new relationship.

It Ends With Us hits cinemas on August 8 and you can check the trailer out in the video above.

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Chris Hemsworth attends the “Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga” photo call at the 77th annual Cannes Film Festival at Palais des Festivals. (Pascal Le Segretain/Getty)

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Also making news this morning, Chris Hemsworth is set to receive a huge honour with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

News broke while the Aussie Marvel star is in Cannes for the premiere of his latest film, Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga.

He will officially receive the honour next week for his contributions to film making and this marks the 2781st star on LA’s iconic Hollywood Boulevard.

And a huge congratulations is in order for Barry Keoghan’s new film.

Bird has shot to success after it received a seven minute standing ovation from audience members during the movie’s world premiere, also at Cannes overnight.

He was seen smiling from ear to ear as the audience applauded .

The film, which follows the story of a 12-year-old girl living with her brother and single dad, will be released later this year.

Glen Powell's parents hold up signs behind him as they attend the special screening of Hitman in Austin, Texas on May 15.
Glen Powell’s parents hold up signs behind him as they attend the special screening of Hitman in Austin, Texas on May 15. (Sergio Flores/AFP/Getty)

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And finally, Glen Powell has been trolled on the red carpet by his parents.

The actor, who appeared at the special screening of his new movie Hit Man, was joined at the premiere by the pair of pranksters who held up signs reading “Stop trying to make Glen Powell happen” and “It’s never going to happen”, which references the hilarious quote from the film Mean Girls.

Imagine your parents doing that to you, how mean.

Watch the full entertainment wrap in the video above

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