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Justin Bieber is working on an animation about Cupid, the God of love.

Fresh off the release of his album, Changes, Justin Bieber is headed into the world of animation with his film, "Cupid", a love story about the Roman god which he'll voice, and also executive producing.

Cupid has just added “The Greatest Showman” director Michael Gracey to the team and there may be some pressure for success since the film is the first release from the Mythoverse, a cinematic universe of characters based off of Greek and Roman myths.

Trump mocks Parasite win and Brad Pitt's Oscars speech.

Another day, another Trump quotable.

Trump was at a rally in Colorado where he seemingly mocked Parasite's historic win at the Oscars and also threw some jabs to Brad Pitt.

According to Variety, he asked the crowd "How bad were the Academy Awards this year?” and then mentioned Bong Joon Ho's win, “Did you see it? The winner is… a movie from South Korea! What the hell was that all about?…We got enough problems with South Korea with trade. On top of that, they give him best movie of the year? Was it good? I don’t know.”

He went on to address Brad Pitt's speech where the actor mentioned the Senate not giving John Bolton the chance to speak saying, he was “never a fan” of Pitt's and how he “got up and said little wise-guy statements … He’s a little wiseguy.”

Our President ladies and gentlemen.

We're going to see a lot more of Gia!

Who else can't wait for HBO's Euphoria to return? We all know the complex storyline Rue (Zendaya) had last season and we saw her close relationship with her family, especially her little sister Gia (Storm Reid).

It turns out, Gia will be getting her own special storyline this upcoming season. In an interview with Collider, Storm spilled the beans saying, “Yes! Yes. Gia’s becoming her own person and she’s getting her own storyline which is very exciting so I’m excited to start that very soon."

You don't own me. No, but you owe us this!

First Wives Club alums, Goldie Hawn, Bette Midler, and Diana Keaten are reuniting for a family comedy called "Family Jewels."

The plot? Their characters are forced to spend the Christmas holidays together with their families in tow, after the man they were all once married to drops dead in a New York City department store.

Glad the ladies are back shooting in NYC, the centerpiece to their 1996 blockbuster, First Wives Club.

Westworld gives us all the thrills and sci-fi centric vibes we're obsessed with.

HBO's Westworld finally dropped their season three trailer and it has us on the edge of our seats!

Nipsey Hussle documentary lands at Netflix.

It's been almost a year since philanthropist and rapper Nipsey Hussle's passing but now his marathon will continue via a new outlet, a documentary.

The Ava Duvernay directed documentary will find a home at Netflix, beating out competitors Apple and Amazon. The bidding war was in the teen millions for rights to air the film.

Nipsey Hussle's family and his company Marathon Films also have their hand in the doc and released the following statement:

First look of Robert Pattinson as Batman.

Director Matt Reeves teased DC fans with a first look at Robert Pattinson playing the cape crusader!

Is this making you excited for the film?

A whole new movie!

Following the success of last summer’s live-action version of "Aladdin", Disney will be following the film up with a sequel!

Part 2 is currently in development and no word yet if Guy Ritchie will return to direct but producers are hoping to bring back Will Smith, Mena Massoud, and Naomi Scott.

Honey I Shrunk The Kids is back!

Rick Moranis is returning to the big screen after a 23-year hiatus!

The actor has secured a deal and will be reprising his role in the reboot version of the science-fiction comedy Honey, I Shrunk the Kids.

How hyped are you?

By: Kayla Reyes

The 92nd Academy Awards was held yesterday February 9th at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles, California. The Oscars is known for recognizing the best in the film industry.

Below is a recap of the biggest moments, surprises and winners of the night!

Janelle Monae started off the awards with a tribute to A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood for Fred Rogers. Monae also busted into a musical shinning light of the films Queen & Slim, Dolemite Is My Name and Midsommar.

Bong Joon Ho took over the Oscars as he wins FOUR awards during the night! The most unexpected award won was for Best Picture and the South Korean film Parasite took it home. It marked the first time a foreign film has won the award! Don't you love when history is made at the Oscars?!

Actress and filmmaker Natalie Portman used her red carpet dress to acknowledge female directors who weren't nominated for Oscars. Portman's cape included the names of women she believes were not recognized for their incredible work this year. Some of the names included Lorene Scafaria, Lulu Wang, Greta Gerwig and many more.

Chris Rock and Steve Martin crack a few jokes about the host-less award show. The comedy duo targeted jokes that focused on the lack of racial diversity in the acting categories and gender diversity among the nominated directors. “I thought there was something missing this year,” Martin said, with Rock responding, “Vaginas?”

Brad Pitt wins an Oscar for Supporting Actor.

This was Brad Pitt's second time winning an Oscar BUT first time winning an Oscar for his acting. His speech was quite interested and he even mentioned the impeachment proceedings. Take a look at his speech down below.

Of course there were many moments we could share, however; these were the few that stood out. What was your favorite or most memorable moment from the Oscars this year? Let us know!