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Mark Ruffalo accidentally livestreams 'Thor: Ragnarok' on Instagram
Mark Ruffalo accidentally livestreamed a section of Marvel's upcoming superhero epic Thor: Ragnarok, during the film's premiere in Los Angeles Tuesday.

Ruffalo who portrays Bruce Banner/ The Hulk in the film, had his phone out earlier during the premiere event to capture an onstage moment with the rest of the cast using Instagram live, noted The Hollywood Reporter.

The actor however forgot exit out of the app or shut his phone off as he took his set to enjoy the film. As the phone remained in his pocket, roughly 2,500 fans remained watching the livestream as they could hear audio from Ragnarok.

Eventually, the livestream feed ended but not before fans got a small taste of the film. Ruffalo and the crowd could be heard laughing in the livestream with audio from the film being clearly audible.

Thor: Ragnarok from director Taika Waititi, also stars Chris Hemsworth (Thor,) Tom Hiddleston (Loki), Idris Elba (Heimdall) and Anthony Hopkins (Odin), Jeff Goldblum (Grandmaster), Karl Urban (Skurge the Executioner), Tessa Thompson (Valkyrie) and Cate Blanchett as new villain Hela. It is set to arrive in theaters on Nov. 2.

On Twitter Tuesday, Marvel shared a series of comedic videos featuring the cast of the film responding to fans suggestions about the true meaning behind the word Ragnarok.

"The type of music Jeff Goldblum listens to," one fan wrote to which the actor replied that he preferred listening to Jazz.

"Ragnarok is when you have a friend who hasn't seen any MCU movie," shared another to which Ruffalo said, "I feel sorry for that person."

Liam Cunningham: 'Thrones' cast doesn't even know when last episodes will air
Liam Cunningham says he is to begin rehearsals for the final season of Game of Thrones this week, but he insists he isn't sure when the episodes will air on HBO.

Asked to confirm reports that the Season 8 debut of the fantasy drama has been delayed until 2019, the 56-year-old Irish actor told reporters at New York Comic Conon Friday, "I have no idea!

"Listen, HBO don't know when it's coming out. You need to correct this. We don't know. We have kind of a loose finish end," said Cunningham, who plays Jon Snow's adviser Davos Seaworth. "Let me tell you exactly how things are. I have six scripts on my computer that I can't open because of all the security levels on it and because of the 5-hour difference and we were supposed to get them earlier on this week, but they were, obviously, finishing up whatever little rewrites they were doing, so we just got them."

Cunningham said he planned to leave Comic Con and head back to Belfast where the Game of Thrones cast was scheduled to read through the scripts together before starting rehearsals this week, with shooting slated to begin Oct. 16 or 19.

"The end date -- even from the producers' side -- has not been decided," he said.

"God bless HBO and everybody involved in this. They do not want to do this story a disservice. They are throwing the kitchen sink at this thing to go out because the star of the show is the show. It's not anyone in it. It's not even David Benioff and Dan Weiss. It's not George R.R. Martin. It's a collective effort, and we just all feel blessed to be part of. Generally, it's a thing I'm going to be incredibly proud of for the rest of my life because of the caliber of the people I am working with and the quality of the scripts and the trouble we've caused and the joy we've brought and the heartache we've caused and all that sort of stuff. It's wonderful."

Cunningham also will be seen in an episode of Amazon's 2018 anthology series, Philip K. Dick's Electric Dreams.

"...I don't workout to loose[sic] weight or my curves, bc I love the skin I'm in.."
--Ashley Graham, calling out haters who fat shame her for working out, on Instagram

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Which member of 'N Sync just became a proud papa of his first child?

'Downton Abbey' exhibition is coming to the United States
A traveling exhibition featuring set pieces, costumes and props from the British period drama Downton Abbey will soon debut in the United States.

"First stop New York City! Join the family and immerse yourself in your favorite show like never before. Experience the history, lavish costumes, iconic sets and never seen before content. For tickets and to learn more visit #DowntonExhibition," the show's social media accounts said Tuesday.

The exhibition will open at 218 W. 57th in New York on Nov. 18.

Created by Julian Fellowes, the series ran for six seasons from 2010 to 2015 on ITV in the United Kingdom and PBS in the United States. It followed a wealthy family and the staff who served them at their country estate during the early 20th century.

The cast included Michelle Dockery, Dan Stevens, Hugh Bonneville, Maggie Smith, Phyllis Logan, Tom Cullen, Sophie McShera, Joanne Froggatt, Allen Leech, Jim Carter, Brendan Coyle and Elizabeth McGovern.

Ron Howard shares mysterious, on-set image from Han Solo spinoff film
Ron Howard has shared on Instagram another on-set image from his upcoming Star Wars standalone film about a young Han Solo.

"Tough neighborhoods contain Doorways to adventure, mystery & excitement #UntitledHanSoloMovie," the filmmaker wrote alongside a mysterious image that appears to resemble a entrance or doorway full of blue lighting.

The on-set photo is the latest tease shared by Howard who previously gave fans a hint that the Kessel Run mentioned throughout Star Wars lore would be making an appearance in the film, along with a small taste of how Donald Glover will look as Lando Calrissian in the film and a glimpse at a new droid.

Howard took over directing duties on the film in June in place of filmmakers Phil Lord and Christopher Miller who were booted off the project over "different creative visions."

The film also stars Alden Ehrenreich as Han Solo, along with Emilia Clarke, Woody Harrelson and Thandie Newton. The untitled Han Solo film is set to open in theaters on May 25, 2018.

On Sunday, Howard released a photo of the editing room he uses to work on the film writing, "Spending more time in the editing rooms each day now after we wrap shooting."

The 63-year-old followed up that tweet by responding to a fans comment about the film perhaps being almost finished. "Almost finished shooting but months of post production work ahead. Tremendous team so lots to look forward to creatively," Howard said.

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Which member of 'N Sync just became a proud papa of his first child?

'N Sync alum Chris Kirkpatrick announced on Twitter the birth of his first child, a baby boy with his wife Karly.

"So proud of @MagicKar! She is the real Wonder Woman! Welcome our new edition Nash Dylan Kirkpatrick!!!!" the former pop star wrote Tuesday alongside a photo of Karly holding Nash in her arms while on a hospital bed.

Kirkpatrick and Karly, who tied the knot in 2013 after several years of dating, announced that they were expecting their first child in March.

"Karly and I are over the moon excited that we are welcoming a new addition to the family," Kirkpatrick said at the time. "We are both looking forward to becoming parents, and learning how much fun having a child will be."

In July, Kirkpatrick shared with Us Weekly some parenting advice that was given to him by fellow 'N Sync alum Justin Timberlake.

"Justin told me a million times, 'Your life is going to change.' [He warned] that, 'Now whenever you are changing a diaper and things like that, there is a weapon that is out there and it's going to go. Wrap things in plastic, be ready for anything,'" he said. "He's loving it because he's telling me all this crazy stuff and he's like, 'Just trust me on this one.'"

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