Fantastic Beasts tickets and where to find them
This is for Harry Potter fans.
Dress up as your favourite Harry Potter character and head to Bugis Junction this Saturday at 6pm to celebrate the release of Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them.
Post your event selfies with the hashtag #FantasticBeastsSG or #IWantToBeAWizard on Twitter and Instagram to win exclusive tickets to the movie's premiere.
Budding wizards can also practise your swish and flick at the Wand Training Booth at the event, where there will be costumes and props from lead character Newt Scamander, played by Eddie Redmayne.
Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them opens here on Nov 17.
SNOW WHITE LIVE-ACTION ANNOUNCED
Disney is planning to bring to life the fairest princess of all with a live-action film of Snow White.
The movie will focus on what happens after the 1937 animated classic. The original soundtrack will be revamped and there will also be new songs.
Erin Cressida Wilson, who wrote the script for The Girl On The Train, is in talks to join the movie, and Benj Pasek and Justin Paul will be writing the music.
Other Disney classics that are getting a live-action film include Mulan and Aladdin.
THE ROCK SOFTENS UP THIS HALLOWEEN
Looks like The Rock is switching his fierce demeanour for something cuter.
Dwayne Johnson, 44, dressed up as a muscular Pikachu for his 10-month-old daughter, Jasmine, for Halloween.
Posting a video of himself dancing on Instagram, he captioned it: "Pikachu is baby Jasmine's favourite character.
"So for Halloween me and (girlfriend) @laurenhashianofficial decided the real life Pikachu was gonna [sic] come to the house for a visit."
Towering over his little baby girl, he continued to dance and grab her attention by tapping her hands, which made her giggle.
The video has since captured about 3.7 million views.
FT ISLAND TO PERFORM IN S'PORE NEXT FEB
The South Korean band FT Island is returning to Singapore after three years.
The quintet will be performing at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on Feb 11for The Truth tour for their latest sixth album, Where's The Truth,which was released in July this year.
The album was ranked fifth on Billboard's World Album charts and was the best-selling K-pop album in its first week of release.
Singapore will be the final stop on the tour. Tickets are priced from $88 to $288 and will go on sale on Nov 11 at www.sportshubtix.sg at midnight.
We are giving away three pairs of tickets to Neon Lights, Singapore's premier outdoor music and arts festival.
There are also cute Trolls movie collectibles to be won.
Check out www.tnp.sg/m to find out how you can score these goodies and more.