Train To Busan speeds to $5 million mark
More than a month since Korean zombie blockbuster Train To Busan premiered here, it has finally hit the $5 million mark and remained the top grossing Asian movie this year in Singapore.
The movie, directed by Yeon Sang Ho and starring Gong Yoo, Jung Yu Mi and Ma Dong Seok,overtook Hong Kong actor-director Stephen Chow's fantasy comedy The Mermaid, which opened here in February and earned $4.35 million.
So is a sequel in the works? (Spoiler alert.) Gong, 37, dropped a hint in an interview with Korean newspaper Sports Chosun.
"I talked about this with director Yeon Sang Ho and I said that I thought my character Seok Woo might be living somewhere as a zombie," he said.
"But director Yeon said that when Seok Woo fell off the train, he broke his neck and died."
Curvy model a hit on NY runway
US plus-size model Ashley Graham, 28, showed off her curves as she strutted down the runway at New York Fashion Week on Wednesday.
The 1.75m-tall beauty was modelling her own lingerie holiday collection for Canadian retailer Addition Elle, which was created for fuller-figured women.
After the show, Graham wrote on Instagram: "I'm so proud of how far my lingerie line with @AdditionElle has gone! Second year showing at #NYFW is a dream come true!
"For any girl or woman who has ever felt that they weren't represented in fashion/TV/media because of your size - you are now and forever will be! #beautybeyondsize"
Adulthood is a myth. I'm still 19, really. I haven't grown up. I've been naive over the years, and I've said silly things, and I've made bad choices in all areas of my life.
- US actress Renee Zellweger on how she's young at heart