He plays the ever unflappable Ethan Hunt in Mission Impossible: Fallout. Yet Tom Cruise proved that in reality he still suffers the odd blunder, as he was seen attending the movie premiere in Tokyo on Wednesday with his trouser zip undone. Accidentally exposing too much, the 56-year-old actor didn't seem to be aware of the mishap, happily waving and smiling for fans before heading into the press conference and photo call. Mission: Don't Fall Out! Tom Cruise proved that in reality he still suffers the odd blunder, as he was seen attending the movie premiere in Tokyo on Wednesday with his trouser zip undone Despite the wardrobe malfunction, the Top Gun star still looked dapper on the outing as he teamed a sharp three piece black suit with a pink shirt and tie. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Tiffany Haddish's ex-husband denies her abuse claims and... Kim Kardashian makes MILLION DOLLARS A MINUTE on new... Roxanne Pallett airlifted to … [Read more...] about Tom Cruise forgets to zip up his trousers as he attends Mission Impossible: Fallout premiere in Tokyo
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What claims to be (and indeed appears to be) the first formal attempt to calculate numbers of cancer cases and deaths resulting from the Fukushima nuclear accident has just been published.The Energy and Environmental Science journal paper calculates that total deaths will lie in the range 15-1,300, while cases will number 24-2,500.These are deaths among the public, not among workers at the plant.The calculations were done by Prof Mark Jacobson and Dr John Ten Hoeve from Stanford University in California.One point they raise in the paper is that while these ranges may be big, even the minima are numbers above zero.This contradicts statements made since March 2010 that the world's worst nuclear accident after Chernobyl would be likely not to produce a single radiation-linked fatality among the public.(They also predict a small number of cancers - between two and 12 - among workers at Fukushima Daiichi.)And the academics say the death and case numbers are lower than they might have been … [Read more...] about Fukushima’s disease risk: A major fallout?
As Laurent Koscielny trudged off the pitch on Sunday evening at the Stade Vélodrome, he must have been experiencing no small amount of déjà vu. The former Arsenal stalwart left London to escape the disappointment that comes when you play well against a team that is also challenging for a Champions League place, but let a lead slip thanks to some sloppy defending and poor marking at set pieces. When he joined Bordeaux in the summer he was hoping to add some nous to an ambitious project centred around youth, but the 3-1 defeat at Marseille would have felt awfully familiar. There is no shame in losing to Marseille – who are flying in the league after six straight wins – even if the defeat did lay bare the fallibility of Paulo Sousa’s 3-4-2-1 formation. Pablo, Koscielny and Vukasin Jovanovic are technically intelligent centre-backs, but they are not especially gifted with pace or the ability to pick a pass under pressure. And the Bordeaux goalkeeper, … [Read more...] about A week at Bordeaux: protests, fallouts, a huge win and a familiar defeat
It's the sort of place you'd expect to find if you were in the heart of Ireland , but instead it's hidden away in the Welsh countryside. One man has spent more than a decade painstakingly piecing together an unofficial shrine dedicated to all things Guinness - in his garage. Geoff Williams, from Powys in Wales, has gathered thousands of items of unique memorabilia from Ireland's most famous brand. The 74-year-old told our sister website Wales Online how the collection started when he bought a Guinness ashtray from his years spent working at a brewery. Now 40 years later his home is a shrine to his favourite drink, with prized items including a Guinness superbike and tens of thousands of one-of-a-kind glasses, lighters, watches, and signs. Former lorry driver Geoff said: “People collect anything and I just happened to collect Guinness and it went from there. “The first thing I had was some ashtrays which were given to me at Eagle [Brewery] to put in the pubs and there … [Read more...] about Superfan converts his old garage to create an unofficial shrine dedicated to all things Guinness
PHILLIP Schofield wraps his arm around Holly Willoughby at the Dancing On Ice 2020 launch after their tense relationship was revealed. The stars smiled for the cameras despite our shocking reports of behind-the-scenes drama on the popular ITV show. Phillip wore a blue suit with a white top buttoned up, while Holly wore a dark blue dress as stars including Maura Higgins and Trisha Goddard led the glam. This weekend, The Sun reported how eight star ITV presenters have labelled the This Morning working environment as "toxic". Phillip and Holly's most recent argument was over his apparent jealousy when she won a Bafta in May for I’m A Celebrity where she had filled in for Ant McPartlin — but he didn’t want her to celebrate the win on This Morning. Phillip Schofield sparks civil war at This Morning after relationship with Holly becomes strained & Ruth makes complaint An ITV source revealed: "Phillip was furious. He didn’t want Holly mentioning her triumph … [Read more...] about Phillip Schofield wraps arm around Holly Willoughby at Dancing On Ice launch amid shock fallout