From SZA's backside to a trippier-than-ever 'Black Mirror', here are your top entertainment headlines.

SZA Reveals

We've seen it time and time again, industry folks caving to societal pressures and turning to surgery to meet what they think are today's beauty standards. But songstress SZA is making it very clear she updated her look for herself. In an interview with ELLE she confirmed she underwent at least one surgery to enhance her backside. 

"It’s just there to enhance whatever else. And that's why I paid for it, because it works all by itself," she said. "I didn't succumb to industry pressure. I succumbed to my own eyes in the mirror and being like, 'No, I need some more ***.'"

Fans had speculated that SZA had gotten a medical boost, in part because of a reference in the opening lines to her 2022 S.O.S album, in which she said she was her most onest self. The official reveal came as the singer concluded the first leg of her SOS Tour.

'Black Mirror' Season 6

Are you a fan of Netflix's Black Mirror? If so, and you still have access to the platform after the streaming giant began cracking down on password sharing, you should be rejoicing after the drop of another season six trailer.

Fans of the series are getting a closer look at what to expect in this long-awaited season. And just as it has been for the entire run of the show, the next set of episodes look to be as enthralling, sinister and pragmatic as ever.

One of the more intriguing episodes, which features Salma Hayek and Annie Murphy, appears to show a spoofed streaming platform – one that mirrors Netflix – and a woman discovering that a new popular series is actually about her life. With social media, smartphones and the ability to broadcast live, it seems like something we'd all be able to relate to. 

The new series is set to hit the streamer on June 15.


Mutant Turtle Return

Since we're knee-deep into trailer reveals, let's talk about the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. 

A new trailer for Mutant Mayhem just hit the interwebs and if you're a fan of the weapon-slinging reptiles, you'll love this one. The four turtles are up against a new villain, named Superfly, who has his own army of mutants that specialize in crime operations around New York City. 

Perhaps one of the more exciting parts about the new TMNT film is the star-studded cast that has been tapped to bring it to life. Seth Rogen is a producer, Jackie Chan is voicing Master Splinter, Ice Cube is on villain duties as Superfly, Post Malone is Ray Fillet, Paul Rudd is Mondo Gecko, John Cena is voicing Rocksteady, Giancarlo Esposito is Baxter Stockman and Maya Rudolph is the voice of Cynthia Utrom.

The crime-fighting foursome of Donatello, Michelangelo, Leonardo and Raphael are voiced by Micah Abbey, Shamon Brown Jr, Nicolas Cantu and Brady Noon respectively.

The film is slated for an August 2 release.


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