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Orlando Bloom Reacts to ‘Babe’ Katy Perry’s Topless Photo: See What He Said



Swoon much? Katy Perry posted a topless photo of herself and fiancé Orlando Bloom reacted in a unique way. 

The “When I’m Gone” artist, 37, shared a carousel of photos via Instagram on Thursday, January 13, with the first one showing her facing against a wall to hide her bare chest. Katy also wore her long black locks down in a simple style. 

“Let it burn baby,” she captioned the post, adding the hashtag “#WIG” in reference to her new single, “When I’m Gone.” She then included other photos of herself, seemingly on the road to promote her music, as she had just performed in Las Vegas for her Katy Perry: PLAY tour in late December 2021. 

Shortly after posting her round of pictures, the Pirates of the Caribbean actor, 45, commented on his fiancée’s post: “Babe plz can we get some more hazelnut milk we’re running low.”

Countless fans saw the actor’s reaction as “big marriage vibes,” with one writing, “Hahaha more like, ‘hun, what’s for dinner?” and another commenting, “Hubby just over here wanting his coffee.” However, others believed the Hobbit actor’s reaction had another meaning. 

“Oh so now it’s called ‘hazelnut milk’ huh?” one Instagram user wrote in a comment, while several others chimed in about breast milk in their comments. 

This isn’t the first time Orlando has reacted with a rather random comment on one of Katy’s social media posts. In June 2021, the Lord of the Rings star reacted in a similar fashion to the “Hot N Cold” singer’s carousel post, which featured her wearing several alluring outfits — “Babe, can I get a coffee this jet lags got me goooooood,” he commented at the time. 

The duo started dating in January 2016 and briefly split by March 2017 but later rekindled their love in February 2018. One year later, Orlando proposed to the “Wide Awake” crooner on Valentine’s Day. The pair welcomed their first child, Daisy Dove Bloom, together in August 2020. 

Katy and Orlando don’t share photos of their daughter often, but the American Idol judge gave fans a glimpse at their daughter when she was born with a black-and-white photo of her small hand. The engaged duo, on the other hand, continue to share multiple moments of their romance, with Katy even giving her man a shout-out on his birthday the same day of her topless Instagram photo. 

“Happiest 45th to the kindest, deepest, most soulful, sexy & strong man I know,” the “Smile” singer captioned an Instagram post on Thursday, January 13. “Thank you for being a constant compass, an unwavering anchor and bringing joi de vivre into every room you walk in. You are the love and light of my life. I thank my lucky stars for you and our darling dd.” 


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The Hardest Costume Design Challenge on ‘Cyrano’ Had Nothing to Do With the Lead Character



This story about the “Cyrano” costume design first appeared in the Below-the-Line Issue of TheWrap’s awards magazine.

The real Cyrano de Bergerac lived in France in the 17th century, and the Edmond Rostand play that immortalized him begins in 1640. But director Joe Wright made a conscious decision to move the action up a century for his new musical “Cyrano,” which stars Peter Dinklage as the poetic swashbuckler.

“The idea was to re-create Cyrano around the mid-1700s to give the idea of lightness through the costumes,” costume designer Massimo Cantini Parrini said. “The 1600s, while a beautiful period to represent, is very set and rigid. Setting a musical in the 1700s allowed us to make everything light and airy at the same time.”

Parrini achieved that lightness by using delicate and transparent fabrics inspired by watercolors from the 1700s that he’d seen in a museum in Rome. “The colors were so watery and ethereal that I wanted to re-create them through the costumes, using more fabrics one on top of the other, with different colors,” he said.

He worked with natural fibers such as silk and linen, along with fabrics like organza that are “delicate but full-bodied at the same time.” He added, “For me, it is very important to maintain the criteria of the costume itself while capturing the essence of the historical period that I have to represent.”

Costume design for Peter Dinklage’s Cyrano

But Parrini occasionally used costumes that weren’t strictly accurate to the period. “Bringing modernity to a historical language is very important for understanding the costumes,” he said. “It is important for me that the costume is understood even by an audience that knows nothing of the past.”

He also needed to pay attention to the requirement that costumes would need to move with actors who suddenly turned into dancers. “I enjoyed using materials that aided me in creating movement,” he said. “For example, it was wonderful to see the soldiers in their rigid uniforms suddenly become light as air during the dance sequences.”

Costume sketch for the character of De Guiche

His favorite articles of clothing, though, were the ones he designed for Ben Mendelsohn’s villain, De Guiche, while the most challenging designs were for the nuns in a convent where Cyrano’s longtime secret love, Roxanne, lives after her husband is killed in battle. (Costumes for Roxanne, played by Haley Bennett, were designed by Jacqueline Durran.)

“The nuns’ costumes were very difficult because I was looking for modernity and antiquity at the same time—they caused me a great deal of suffering!” he said. “The result is beautiful, though, because the nuns are ‘aliens’ of the 1700s, maintaining an authority that the clergy requires.”

Read more from the Below-the-Line Issue here.

Photo by Jeff Vespa for TheWrap

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‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Hits $1.6 Billion at the Box Office



Another week, another set of box office milestones to have fallen at the feet of the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Spider-Man: No Way Home, continuing what’s been a regularly recurring theme ever since the multiversal blockbuster first hit theaters over a month ago.

Tom Holland’s web-slinger may have lost his box office crown to Ghostface’s return in slasher sequel Scream, but a running domestic tally in excess of $700 million has secured Spidey’s status as the star of the fourth highest-grossing domestic hit of all-time.


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