Compiled by MEI MEI CHU, JAROD LIM and R.ARAVINTHAN.
MANDAPOP superstar Jay Chou’s wife Hannah Quinlivan might have a chance of being cast in Marvel Studios’ Black Widow stand-alone movie, Sin Chew Daily reported.
Chou broke the news on his Instagram account that Quinlivan was one of the female artistes that Marvel Studio was looking at for a supporting role in the movie which would star American actress Scarlet Johansson in the titular role.
The studio was reportedly searching for an actress aged between 15 and 25 for the role.
Quinlivan made her Hollywood debut in the action blockbuster Skyscraper, playing an assassin next to movie star Dwayne Johnson.
Other actresses in the running for the role included Camila Mendes who starred in the drama Riverdale and Isabela Moner of the Transformers: The Last Knight fame.
> China Press reported that a woman in Anhui, China, stabbed her husband to death with a fruit knife because he forgot to buy her a chicken drumstick.
During the incident, the couple got into a fight the moment the husband reached home empty-handed.
According to the man’s mother, she heard the commotion downstairs as she was taking her bath on the second floor.
When the mother rushed downstairs, she was shocked to see her son lying in a pool of blood.
She claimed that her son always gave in to his wife, resulting in the woman developing a nasty temper.
> The daily also reported that a dating app found that Malaysians usually had one-night stand by the time they were around 21, with 37% of them having sex in their cars.
The survey by the JustDating app among their users found that women had a one-night stand at around 20 and men at 22.
Respondents in Johor Baru were the youngest to have a one-night stand, at 19, as well as reported the highest number, at 41%.The above articles are compiled from the vernacular newspapers (Bahasa Malaysia, Chinese and Tamil dailies). As such, stories are grouped according to the respective language/medium. Where a paragraph begins with a >, it denotes a separate news item.
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