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Oarsome nude Bloom shots set Net abuzz

English actor Orlando Bloom unwittingly bared his manhood to the world during a recent romantic getaway with his US pop star girlfriend Katy Perry in Sardinia, Italy, sending the Internet into a tizzy.

The 39-year-old heart-throb was photographed stark naked alongside Perry, 31, for a spot of paddle boarding.

The loved-up couple have been dating since January.

Social media platforms have gone into a meltdown over Bloom's exposure, although published pictures covered his package with a black box.


A Twitter user wrote: "Okay, so who is going to leak the uncensored version of the pictures? Because I'm tired of staring at the black rectangle."

Another added: "Just look at the shadow on Bloom's leg and you know enough."

Truth behind Jared Leto's jaw-dropping stare at Gucci show

A bright green Gucci coat and pink pants has turned US actor Jared Leto, 44, into the latest big meme.

Internet users generated a string of memes of him at Gucci's Spring/Summer 2017 menswear show in Milan sporting an awestruck expression as he watched a model strut down the runway in the same outfit.

The Suicide Squad star later wore the outfit to Wednesday's premiere in London.

But Leto cleared the air to Vanity Fair, saying: "The thing about the photo is - I'm going to be honest with you - I was actually making a face at someone across the runway."

He added: "Sorry to ruin your meme. Perception versus reality."

Train To Busan sets opening record here

Korean zombie blockbuster Train To Busan has enjoyed a record-breaking opening day box office for Korean movies in Singapore.

Despite its NC16 rating, the film grossed $75,000 when it opened here on Thursday across 25 screens.

Korean horror film Wishing Stairs was the previous record holder when it collected $64,000 on its first day of release in 2003.

Boasting a stellar cast of Gong Yoo, Ma Dong Seok and Jung Yu Mi, Train To Busan depicts how passengers on a bullet train from Seoul to Busan fight for their survival amid a nationwide zombie virus outbreak.

It remains to be seen if the film can eventually beat the 2007 romantic comedy 200 Pounds Beauty to become the all-time top-grossing Korean movie in Singapore.

Peppa Pig Live! Big Splash now on at Sentosa

Fresh from the success of last year's children's live show Peppa Pig Live! Treasure Hunt, a new production, Peppa Pig Live! Big Splash, is in town to make another splash.

Based on the British pre-school animated TV series, it will be staged at Resorts World Theatre, Resorts World Sentosa, from today to Aug 9 at 11am, 2pm and 5pm.

Promising bigger puppets and singalong tunes from Bafta-winning composer Mani Svavarsson, the show is produced by UK's Fiery Light and Australia's Life Like Touring.

"We are thrilled that Peppa Pig fans in Singapore can't get enough of this wonderful live show," said producer Anton Berezin.

Tickets from $48 to $108 are available from Sistic (6348-5555 or