This year we’ve had celebrity court battles, seemingly endless Twitter spats and onstage slaps.
Now that the new year is upon us, what can we expect for 2023?
harry and meghan
They may have given up their royal duties to make Los Angeles their home, but Harry with Megan It remains possible to overshadow coronation plans.
With their Netflix documentary and Prince Harry’s tell-all memoir Spare promising more revelations, King Charles’ May coronation may not be the happy reunion many royals had hoped for.
Now the celebrity couple have shared insight into their personal lives in this public waywill there be more TV appearances and exposure?
Some of our favorite TV shows are back.
We can’t wait to see Succession’s penultimate game, with the warring Roy family promising more backstabbing, social climbing, and immorality.
Hit Comedy Ted Russo, starring Jason Sudeikiswill get a third season after a delay.
With any luck, the critically acclaimed White Lotus may also see a third season next year. While the location of the next chapter has yet to be announced, discerning viewers have good reason to pick the Maldives as our next murder destination.
As for brand new shows, The Last Of Us — PlayStation Productions’ first video game-based TV series — looks set to star Bella Ramsey.
movies we’ll be talking about
The biggest entertainment event of the year—— Oscar prize – will be held on Sunday, March 12th. Steven Spielberg’s Fabelmans, sci-fi action-adventure Everything Everywhere All On Once and Tom Cruise’s long-awaited Top Gun Maverick are all set to star.
We had high hopes for British stars Bill Nighy and Olivia Colman.
Paul Mescal, and Banshee of InisherinColin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson are flying the flag for Ireland.
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And, of course, “Bren-aissance”— Brendan Fraser – One of the greatest stars of the 90s and the early 2000s – returning to Hollywood after nearly 20 years away from the spotlight.
While his film “The Whale” is unlikely to receive critical acclaim, Fraser is the frontrunner in the best actor category this year.
And, while it probably won’t win any 2024 Oscars, Barbie, starring Margot Robbie, will finally hit the big screen next year. We’ve never been more excited to see an unrealistically proportioned plastic doll and her action figure boyfriend Ken come to life for our viewing pleasure.
travel wise, peter kay comedy showas well as a residency at the O2 Arena, are the most anticipated.
It was his first live tour in 12 years and sold out with a record 1.2 million tickets. This is demand and he had to add more dates.
Likewise, Glastonbury sold out within an hour, so most of us will be watching Sir Elton John’s Farewell Title bar on TV.
The closing night show at the Pyramid Stage at the end of June will be emotional, with festival organizers promising “the mother of all send-offs”.
Eurovision is also coming to Liverpool in May, with the UK hosting its annual tournament in Ukraine.
This year was dominated by celebrity court cases.
After the ‘Wagatha Christie’ case of Coleen Rooney and Rebekah Vardy hit headlines around the world, they will get a dramatic makeover and aired on Channel 4.
Disney+ will also screen a three-part docu-series about Rooney’s “Exclusive Access” court battle, so expect more talk of “WAGS at war” in the coming year.
Sir Elton John and Prince Harry were among the bunch Celebrities sue the Daily Mail Publishers are suspected of wiretapping, impersonation and accessing bank accounts. Associated Newspapers has denied the claims.
Finally, the culture wars show no sign of subsiding, as the Kanye West arrive JK Rowling with Elon Musk Use Twitter to express your opinion.
Surrounding problems freedom of speech The potential to offend or hurt has never been more relevant.
How the platform develops — if it doesn’t completely collapse — is definitely something to watch throughout 2023.