The Universal Pictures release, which features the vocal talents of Anna Kendrick and Justin Timberlake, was due to hit cinemas on 13 April.
Top films released between 2014 and 2017 earned more at the box office, despite the recent fall-out over male stars being paid more than women.
From now till 29 April, step into a 'TrollsTopia' at Universal Studio Singapore. Sing, dance and play along with ’Trolls’ characters, Princess Poppy and Branch, from the 2016 DreamWorks Animation film. Bring out your inner Troll at the 'Trollify Yourself' experience with face paint, temporary tattoos and the Trolls' signature hair-raising wigs. Catch prizes flying in the air while dancing at a glitter-filled party, ‘Glitterpalooza’, or try the virtual reality (VR) games, “VR Troll Art” and “VR Beat Feat”. Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook.
From time to time it’s good to see Hollywood’s elite prove they’re just as human as the rest of us, so Justin Timberlake shedding a tear is just what we needed, right? 2016 saw him star in DreamWorks’ animated hit ‘Trolls’ as well as write and perform the soundtrack song Can’t Stop the Feeling! as he assumed the film’s music executive producer credit too. “True Colours [is] a beautiful song, and it’s a huge emotional moment in the film,” he said.
Foundation: @maccosmetics Studio Fix NC40 Highlight: MAC Soft & Glow Contour: Inglot foundation stick in 112 Lips: MAC Velvet Teddy Edit: this photo was from before I got my brows done ✌🏼️ #tbt A photo posted by 🦄 T A K A R A (@takarawinel) on Mar 2, 2016 at 4:15pm PST After receiving hateful comments about her skin tone from a man she went on a Tinder date with, a user from Adelaide, Australia has made his comments public in order to illuminate what it’s like to experience colourism. Takara Allen, who is mixed-race, recalls feeling “devastated” after receiving the following message from a man whom she had met through the app: "Don’t think I’m a creep and I don’t wanna be offensive or anything but I was just looking [at] your insta photos and just curious, but have you ever thought about bleaching your skin?? You’d look so much prettier if you were whiter!” Allen replied with this sharp-tongued response before blocking him on all mediums of contact: "Have you ever considered drinking bleach because the world would be so much prettier if you did,” adding a peace sign emoji.
Brooke Vincent has spoken out about the abuse she faces from online trolls, admitting that receiving nasty messages can ‘ruin her day’. Brooke, who plays Sophie Webster on Coronation Street, was a guest presenter on Key 103’s Radio Breakfast Show with Mike Toolan when she broached the subject, reading out one particular message she’d received from someone claiming she’d be axed from the soap soon. The comment read: “[Brooke] should enjoy her young life because pretty soon, she will be somebody’s baby mama.
Body-positive advocates don’t come much more badass than Iskra Lawrence. Not only is the plus-size model the face of the Aerie Real campaign, she’s also an ambassador for the National Eating Disorders Association and she regularly dishes out doses of body confidence on her Instagram account.
Sure, the internet can be full of hilarious GIFs, time-wasting cat videos and endless quizzes telling us which character from Friends we’d be, but lurking beneath all the good bits are vile trolls bullying others.