When George Lucas was casting for ‘Star Wars’ he auditioned nearly every up-and-coming actor in Hollywood. Al Pacino, Christopher Walken, Kurt Russell, Sissy Spacek, all passed through his audition room before he eventually plumped for Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, and a carpenter named Harrison Ford. Those starlets went on to achieve superstardom thanks to Lucas, but they weren’t the only icons to feature in the ‘Star Wars’ films. Here’s some thespians you never realised journeyed to that galaxy far, far away. Read more First Star Wars 8 trailer Lando not returning in Star Wars 8 Actors who hated being in Star Wars
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It was a night to remember for 15-year-old K-pop starlet Samuel Kim as he picked up his first award as a solo performer on Wednesday (6 December) for Most Searched Korean New Singer.
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South Korean boyband VIXX may have looked all serious in their black outfits, but the mood at their "Shangri-La in Singapore 2017" concert on Saturday (2 December) was anything but. The 6-member group charmed fans at Zepp @ Bigbox with hits such as "Error", "Love Me Do", "Hot Enough" and "Blackout".
From thigh-high slits, a boob peep and a see-through dress, stars arrived at the Mnet Asian Music Awards red carpet in Hong Kong on Friday (1 December) showing off their flawless skin.Chinese actress and singer Karen Mok stood out that night with a see-through dress by Dior, complete with the brand’s signature underwear and bra, while South Korean actress Song Ji-hyo arrived in a sleek dark green dress with a slit on her chest.
It was a fur-filled event on Saturday (2 December) morning as over a hundred corgis frolicked in the sands of Tanjong Beach on Sentosa island.
The 28th Singapore International Film Festival opened on Thursday (23 November) evening at the Marina Bay Sands.
Who says there is nothing to do in Singapore? The Prudential Marina Bay Carnival, touted as the biggest carnival in Singapore, will be held at the Marina Bay Area from 15 December 2017 to 1 April 2018. Occupying 25,000sq m at The Promontory and Bayfront Event Space, the carnival will have more than 40 rides and games, with more than a million toys to be won.
Besides being the first Victoria’s Secret fashion show to take place outside of the United States and Europe, this year’s gala will feature the highest number of Asian models as well.
It’s that time of the year again when you have to start looking for holiday gifts for your loved ones. And if you’re looking for some gift ideas, look no further.
Following its successful Yayoi Kusama exhibition, National Gallery Singapore is launching the first exhibition on Impressionism in Southeast Asia on Thursday (16 November). Running till 11 March 2018 at the Singtel Special Exhibition Gallery, the works show how this influential art movement transformed painting with a bold new use of colour and style.
Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore presents bi-weekly style inspirations from the streets of Singapore. The photos in this edition were taken in the last week at locations such as Orchard Road.
Here’s a round up of what some of the celebrities wore at the MTV Europe Music Awards red carpet. The event was held at the SSE Arena in Wembley, London, on 12 November.
Christmas is already here at ION Orchard, with Basement 2 of the mall transformed into a train terminal while the Christmas tree dazzles above ground. Decorated by Pandora and featuring 72 rose gold snowflakes and over 130,000 fairy lights, the 20m-tall ION Orchard Christmas tree also allows shoppers and visitors along Orchard Road to walk in and experience an animated winter wonderland. The ION Sky observation deck on Level 56 also unveiled a new look, which aims to educate visitors on Orchard Road’s humble beginnings as a collection of nutmeg farms, spice gardens and fruit orchards in the 1830s.
The Philippines’ Karen Ibasco won the title of Miss Earth 2017 on Saturday (4 Nov), beating out 85 other contestants from all over the world.
Jodie Whitaker will be the 13th Doctor in 'Doctor Who', but there were many actors who nearly landed British television's most coveted role.