“I just don’t understand how someone can do that to another human being. It’s the hugest invasion of privacy you can think of,” he told Men’s Health.
“She’s such a good person - such a good-hearted person - and for her to be put through that was unfair. It made me upset for her. And it made me angry. Really angry.”
Star Wars: The Force Awakens star John Boyega has revealed he has six lightsabers. The Attack The Block actor, who plays Stormtrooper Finn in the seventh instalment of the sci-fi movie, admitted he has more of the weapons than he can handle, as he spoke to Hollywood Reporter.
“I have one, two, three, four, five lightsabers. Wait, there’s one on the floor. Six lightsabers,” he said.
Boyega, a die-hard Star Wars fan, admitted his parents have no interest in the franchise.
“My parents are not interested in Star Wars whatsoever. They’re only interested in The Force Awakens. In terms of the rest, they’re like, ‘OK, cool, but you’re not in it’.”
“I’ve always been a fan, especially of the extended universe, like the comic books, the games. I had watched all the movies before being cast.”
Jennifer Lopez has said she never felt the need to “raunch or shock” during her career.
The 46-year-old singer, who writhed around in oil with Iggy Azalea for their Booty music video, described herself as a “good girl”.
“I wanted it to be beautiful and sexy, not sexy and raunchy. Sometimes when you’re younger, you go for raunch, or shock value, but I don’t need to do that,” she told Marie Claire UK.
J-Lo added: “I did sexy things but I was always more the good girl who was falling in love as opposed to the naughty girl who was running around. Like they say, men come and go, but my girlfriends are always there for me.”
Angelina Jolie has revealed how her official marriage to Brad Pitt took place at her desk in her California office in the “most unceremonial way”. The couple enjoyed a beautiful ceremony at their Chateau Miraval castle and vineyard in the South of France in August 2014, with drawings from their six children adorning Jolie’s wedding veil.
But it turns out the legal aspect of the marriage was more “casual”, as Jolie told the New York Times.
She said: “The ceremony was in France, but we had to do things legally in California. One day I was in the edit room, and [Brad] was doing something and an assistant said, ‘You have to sign some papers’.
“So we came back and between meetings we were told, ‘Here’s your licence’. Then someone said, ‘The judge is outside’.
“We both said, ‘What do you mean, the judge is outside?’ Then the judge came in, this lovely guy, and at some point, Brad said, ‘Shouldn’t we be standing up?’ The judge said, ‘No’.”
The Oscar-winning actress, who was working on her new film By The Sea at the time, continued: “Then suddenly we realised we were married, in the most unceremonial way possible.”