10 things that always happen at the cinema

Going to the cinema is fun but here are some things that are guaranteed to happen…

1. The infamous Pic n’ Mix prices

Looks like we’ll have to put some of these jelly snakes back.

2. A tall person sitting in front of us

This always happens. We start out thinking we have an amazing view of the screen and then someone the size of a tree sits in front of us!

3. The false start

“Oh, it’s starting…” Those words said excitedly as the lights dim only to discover it’s actually only the trailers.

4. “I want to see that!”

Admit it, you’ve said this after almost every trailer but haven’t been to see any of them.

5. Someone having a coughing fit

I hope you’re okay and everything, but could you please stand outside?

6. Someone doesn’t put their phone on silent

And about 40 minutes into the film their ringtone will blast out.

7. The noisy eaters

From rustling popcorn, to slurping on a soft drink, those noisy eaters really can ruin a movie moment!

8. Smelly food

Almost as bad a noisy food is smelly food. Cheesy nachos and hot dogs are the worst culprits. And what a surprise, they are sat near you.

9. Loud children

It’s probably our own fault for going to see a Disney movie.

10. Talkers

Whether it’s questions about what is going to happen next or nothing to do with the film, these people can never stay quiet. We’re too polite to say anything so we simply tut.

Frozen’s Broadway musical could be coming to the West End

As if Frozen fans weren’t already being spoiled – what with a sequel and a musical run on Broadway coming up – there are now whispers of the production heading to the West End.

For the first time in forever, rumour has it that the musical will head to London’s West End after it finishes its run on Broadway next year.

And no, we’re not ready to let the rumour go.

According to the Daily Mail‘s Baz Bamigboye, the Theatre Royal Drury Lane is eyeing up the production following its proposed renovation.

“Theatre Royal Drury Lane is theatre ‘of interest’ for @FrozenBroadway – could re-open Drury Lane following restoration in 2020,” Bamigboye wrote. “Early days.”

 

But if you can’t wait until 2020 for a West End run, then you could always head over to New York, where Frozen will hit the stage next year.

The long-awaited Broadway adaptation of the Disney classic is set to open at the legendary St James Theatre on March 22, 2018, with previews starting on February 22.

But if you can’t wait until 2020 for a West End run, then you could always head over to New York, where Frozen will hit the stage next year.

The long-awaited Broadway adaptation of the Disney classic is set to open at the legendary St James Theatre on March 22, 2018, with previews starting on February 22.

YouTube’s Chicken Connoisseur is getting his own Channel 4 series called The Peng Life

Food YouTuber Elijah Quashie, aka the Chicken Connoisseur, has landed his very own TV series on Channel 4 as internet stars continue to take over the planet.

In The Peng Life – which is the working title – Elijah will travel across London as he samples food and fashion at cheap and elite level, to tell if the cheapest or most expensive one is best.

The winner will be crowned ‘The Pengest’ and he’ll also be joined by celebrity guests who’ll aid him in his search.

Elijah said: “On YouTube I do the chicken ting, but now on Channel 4 I’m reviewing everything! The cheapest stuff to the most expensive stuff.

“Basically the deadest stuff you’ll ever find to the most expensive, baller status stuff. I’ll see if it’s worth the mula. Hold tight.”

Executive producer Max Welch added: “Since we started Renowned Films, we’ve produced shows with some really gifted content creators, both in front of and behind the camera.

“Elijah’s no exception and we’re really excited to be working with him alongside Channel 4 on his first TV show.”

The Chicken Connoisseur, who counts Craig David and Wiley among his fans, previously saw a campaign started to get him to appear on Sunday Brunch.

This Bulldog Has The Best Reaction To Horror Movies!

”Don’t go in there!” ”He’s behind you!” ”It’s behind you!” sound familiar? That’s probably because we all do it while watching a horror movie!

Apparently, we don’t just do it as this dog is exactly the same (minus actually talking)

“Khaleesi the bulldog loves watching horror movies and always tries to protect any potential victims from harm,” writes the canine’s owner Dawn Curran.

“She is especially vocal when children are in danger as seen in this clip,” comments Khaleesi’s human. The video proves that this doggie’s instincts are always on point. This time the pooch was watching The Conjuring, so it was no wonder she was so frightened.

Peoples’ reactions varied. One commentator wrote: “Calm down, dog. I’ve been yelling at dumbasses in horror movies for years. It never helps. They’re dead.”

While another added: “Conclusive proof that horror movie protagonists really are less intelligent than dogs. Come on, writers.”

Watch the video below and see for yourself!