MANILA, Philippines – Here are some Entertainment stories you might have missed from the week of March 4 to 9.
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Australian actor Russell Crowe got mixed reactions from netizens after posting online a video of lights over city parkland that he likened to a UFO.
The 23-second video was taken by Crowe as he and his friend were attempting to photograph fruit bats in the skies over Sydney’s Botanical Gardens at dusk.
In the video, a pink, glowing object shoots across the screen.
The Oscar-winning actor uploaded a link to the video in Youtube on his Twitter feed with the comment: "UFO? Time lapse photos outside RC's Wooloomooloo Office (THESE ARE REAL!)".
Watch the Russell Crowe's UFO video here:
Some unimpressed viewers told Crowe, “Please never post anything online again Russell. It's just embarrassing.”
Others offered explanations for the captured phenomenon suggesting it might have been a mobile phone, refraction from passing car headlights, reflected fluorescent lights from the room behind or lens flare.
Crowe defended himself, saying the footage was shot on a "Canon 5D, no flash, can't be a lens flare because it moves, camera is fixed."
Some were nicer, with one saying "without imagination mankind would not have evolved.... If it makes Russell happy, let him believe it is a UFO and not some light interference. Be kind people, be kind.”
First Brangelina rose wine vintage sells out within hours
Photo from the Brad Pitt Facebook page
Star couple Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt can now add wine-makers to their resume.
Last March 7, the couple made their bottles of Miraval rose wine for sale. Within hours, the first 6,000 bottles were sold out.
The couple teamed up with the French winemaking Perrin family to develop the "Miraval Cotes de Provence" label, named after their Chateau Miraval estate in the south of France.
The 2012 vintage, produced from the couple's sprawling estate near the town of Brignoles, was priced at a relatively reasonable 105 euros ($138) per case of six bottles for the Internet sale.
The 500-hectare (1,200-acre) estate cost Brangelina 40 million euros and is used as their summer residence. The estate includes around 50 to 60 acres of vines.
According to Marc Perrin, the couple were involved in the production process and didn’t want to “just put their name" on the label.
"They want to be proud of the wine on their property. They are really looking for excellence," he said. Fans of the Brangelina rose wine can also look forward to red and white wines in future. - With reports by Pia Ranada/Rappler.com