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Here's a story from the 'How did I not know these two were an item' File... Michael Fassbender and Alicia Vikander are married! To each other?!

Hollywood couple Michael Fassbender and Alicia Vikander are reported to have tied the knot officially becoming husband and wife.

The private pair are said to have gotten married over the weekend in Ibiza where they exchanged vows at the La Granja farmstead resort alongside family and friends, a source noted to People magazine.

The secret event involved Fassbender and Vikander entertaining their guests on the beach with a boat cruise and a sunset party, sources explained to E! News.

Photos taken of the film stars and published by The Daily Mail, also confirmed their marriage as Fassbender and Vikander were spotted wearing bands on their left hands.

Fassbender, 40, and Vikander 29, met on the set of drama film The Light Between Oceans which began filming in 2014 and was released in 2016.

"It was there pretty much immediately," Fassbender said previously of the chemistry he shared with Vikander on the film.

Wow, Magneto is married to Lara Croft: Tomb Raider! They should have had the ceremony at Comic Con.

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Steve


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'Black Panther': Chadwick Boseman leaps into action in latest trailer
Chadwick Boseman fights to protect his country of Wakanda and the world in the latest trailer for Marvel's next superhero epic, Black Panther.

The clip, released Monday, features Boseman juggling his dual role as king of the highly-advanced Wakanda and as the fabled Black Panther.

The film's central cast including Lupita Nyong'o, Angela Bassett, Andy Serkis, Martin Freeman and Michael B. Jordan as the villainous Erik Killmonger also make appearances in the trailer.

"I waited my entire life for this," Jordan exclaims. "The world is going to star over. I'm gonna burn it all."

An action scene to end the trailer features Black Panther impressively leaping across buildings and from car to car during an intense high-speed chase.

Directed by Ryan Coogler (Creed), Black Panther is set to release in theaters on Feb. 16.


Producers Guild of America moves to revoke Harvey Weinstein's membership
The Producers Guild of America's national board of directors and officers unanimously voted Monday to begin the process of revoking Harvey Weinstein's membership.

Weinstein, 65, is undergoing treatment for sex addiction and behavioral issues in Arizona. He entered an undisclosed facility after more than two dozen women accused him of sexually harassing or abusing them in the past two decades.

"As required by the PGA's constitution, Mr. Weinstein will be given the opportunity to respond before the guild makes its final determination on Nov. 6," Gary Lucchesi and Lori McCreary, PGA presidents, said in a joint statement.

"Sexual harassment of any type is completely unacceptable. This is a systemic and pervasive problem requiring immediate industry-wide action. Today, the PGA's national board and officers -- composed of 20 women and 18 men -- created the Anti-Sexual Harassment Task Force specifically charged with researching and proposing substantive and effective solutions to sexual harassment in the entertainment industry. The PGA calls on leaders throughout the entertainment community to work together to ensure that sexual abuse and harassment are eradicated from the industry."

Weinstein was booted from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences during the weekend. Last week, he was fired from The Weinstein Co., the independent film studio he co-founded with his brother Bob, and his wife, Georgina Chapman, announced she was leaving him.


LOOSE LIPS:
"I remember being told. 'Make sure you thank Harvey if you win.' And I remember turning around and saying, 'No I won't. No I won't.' And it was nothing to do with not being grateful. If people aren't well-behaved, why would I thank him?"
--Kate Winslet, on why she didn't thank Harvey Weinstein, whose company produced her film The Reader, which she won an Oscar for in 2009, to the Los Angeles Times



??? Guess Who ???

Who's headlining for Nov. 4 edition of 'SNL'?


Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner announce engagement
Game of Thrones actress Sophie Turner and singer Joe Jonas announced via Instagram Sunday that they are engaged.

"I said yes," Turner. 21. captioned a photo of her hand -- with a large diamond ring on it -- resting on top of her fiance's.

Jonas, 28, posted the same image on his account, writing, "She said yes."

EOnline said the celebrities have been dating since at least December 2016.


Ed Sheeran involved in bicycle accident, 'may affect' upcoming shows
Ed Sheeran shared on Instagram Monday how he was involved in a bicycle accident that may affect his ongoing world tour.

"Ive had a bit of a bicycle accident and I'm currently waiting on some medical advice, which may affect some of my upcoming shows," the singer wrote alongside a photo of his right arm in a plaster cast.

"Please stay tuned for further news," Sheeran continued.

Sheeran is scheduled to kick off the Asian leg of his tour starting Oct. 22, which includes concerts in Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong and Singapore, Metro reported.

Recently, Sheeran shared his excitement for his six-week Asia trip on Instagram alongside a photo of a stuffed Panda bear.

Sheeran is also scheduled to be returning stateside for a pair of performances in Los Angeles and New York as part of the annual iHeartRadio Jingle Ball Tour alongside Taylor Swift and others.


??? Guess Who ???

Who's headlining for Nov. 4 edition of 'SNL'?

Larry David is to host the Nov. 4 edition of Saturday Night Live.

Miley Cyrus will provide the evening's musical entertainment.

David, who played U.S. presidential candidate Bernie Sanders in several episodes of SNL last year, can now be seen in Season 9 of HBO's Curb Your Enthusiasm.

#SNL returns on November 4 with host Larry David and musical guest @MileyCyrus! pic.twitter.com/BwtW9wERwo- Saturday Night Live (@nbcsnl) October 15, 2017

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