5 Things You Missed Today (November 24)
The youngest Jonas brother, Frankie Jonas, is all grown-up now—but is he growing up too fast? According to TMZ, Frankie, now age 16, was arrested outside of a convenience store for marijuana possession. Sources told TMZ that the Jonas fam claims that Frankie has always been a good kid and even finished high school. It was also reported that Frankie feels bad about the arrest and is remorseful. Do you think Frankie is just being a typical teen, wanting to experiment and try new things or should be worried? We hope he's doing fine, and that he'll slow down a little on the growing up bit. (via teenvogue.com)
Niall Horan's single "This Town" has finally been released as a lyric Video. Marius Franc directed the video, while Sky Shields produced it. The animation was created in only two weeks and the video featured 1,800 hand-drawn illustrations. That's around 129 drawings per day! Watch the video here while we wait for the official music video—hopefully featuring Neil's gorgeous face. (via justjaredjr.com)
What? A Justin Bieber and Shawn Mendes collab?! Unfortunately, it's just a rumor and not officially true. What sparked the rumor was when Shawn spoke with Hollywood life, he told them that he would love to work with Justin and even dropped the words "Maybe one day." We think that's a major possibility with Bieber praising Shawn's music just a month ago. And remember when Shawn did an amazing impersonation of Justin from all the covers he did of him before? If you need a refresher of that moment, here it is! (via dolly.com.au)
Taylor Swift was on Broadway—to support her friend, Pal Todrick in his play, Kinky Boots. They had a bunch of cute and fun photos backstage! Isn't Tay just the best friend you've never had? Click here to check out those photos. (via justjared.com)
You'd wonder what brought the change of line-up from this year's Metro Manila Film Festival, where they left out some mainstream movies—and usual MMFF fare—like Vice Ganda and Coco Martin's Super Parental Guardians and Vic Sotto's Enteng Kabisote 10 and the Abangers. This year's line-up added some indie movies to the mix. Screenwriter of Magic Temple and Honor Thy Father director, Erik Matti, defended MMFF's decision by saying "Ang indie at mainstream ay parehong pelikula," then ended his post by saying that the mainstream movies that didn't get in will still be shown in cinemas anyway despite not being included in the MMFF roster. (via pep.ph)
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