David and Victoria Beckham cause a stir at Reading FC’s training ground… but it’s just to watch their sons play football

David and Victoria Beckham 1Low-key: David and Victoria Beckham watch their sons play football at Reading FC’s training ground in Reading, Berkshire

We used to seeing the Beckhams at the airport, on the red carpet or leaving a Michelin-starred restaurant.

So no doubt Reading parents got a shock when David and Victoria Beckham turned up to their Hogwood Park training ground in Berkshire on Sunday.

The A-list pair were at the park to watch two of their sons Romeo and Cruz play for two of Arsenal’s youth teams against Reading FC’s own academy.

Aside from the local youth team and their star-struck parents, a host of Royals players were also at the ground and thrilled to see the legendary footballer on their home turf.

Despite their attempts to remain low-key, the Beckhams’ fame made sure their visit to the grounds couldn’t escape unnoticed.

Victoria, 40, went for a relaxed look in skinny jeans, a beige jumper and flats ankle boots.

David and Victoria Beckham 2That’s my boys: David kept a close eye on the game as he watched his boys in action

Meanwhile, husband David, 39, showed off his tattooed in a tight T-shirt, jeans and black Adidas trainers.

Their sons Romeo, 12, and Cruz, nine, are following in the footsteps of big brother Brooklyn, who also trained at Arsenal’s youth academy.

It appears many of the Royals players were excited to see David in the building and joked he would be the next signing for the Championship team.

David and Victoria Beckham 3Midfielder Hope Akpan tweeted: ‘David Beckham in the building, obviously excited to see me. Worldy.’

Centreback Michael Hector posted a photo of himself with Becks, saying: ‘Me and Sir David Beckham… (I was the) only player he touched! The guy is too fresh.’

Following her successful show at New York Fashion Week, Victoria is yet to make an appearance at a London Fashion Week event yet.


George Clooney to receive Cecil B. DeMille award at Golden Globes

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George Clooney will be honored with the Cecil B. DeMille Award, annually given to those who offer “outstanding contributions” to the entertainment world, at this year’s Golden Globes.

Clooney was nominated for his first Golden Globe in 1996 for his performance as a doctor on medical drama ER. He later won Golden Globes for his performances in 2001’s O Brother, Where Art Thou?, 2006’s Syriana (this role also won him an Oscar), and 2011’s The Descendants.

The 53-year-old most recently starred in the Oscar-winning Gravity, as well as last year’s The Monuments Men. He’s currently working on the upcoming sci-fi Disney film Tomorrowland, which is set to arrive in theaters in 2015.

Woody Allen, Jodie Foster, and Morgan Freeman were the last three actors to receive the Cecil B. DeMille Award. Clooney will be presented with the honor at the January 11 Golden Globes ceremony, according to Variety.


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Box office News: ‘No Good Deed’ is No. 1, ‘Guardians’ passes $300 million

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‘No Good Deed’ No. 1 at box office: $24.5M

”Dolphin Tale 2” ($16.5M) at No. 2; ”Guardians of the Galaxy” crosses $300M in total U.S. earnings

They might be enemies in No Good Deed, but the combined star power of Idris Elba and Taraji P. Henson helped the thriller take control of the box office this weekend. No Good Deed opened in first place with an impressive $24.5 million from 2,175 locations.

Even though mid-week tracking predicted a mid-teens opening for the $13 million pic, this debut wasn’t exactly a surprise for Screen Gems. “We really felt we were going to win. We felt we were in the zone and had a film that people were really going to like,” Rory Bruer, Sony’s president of worldwide distribution, tells EW. “We were always very high on the film and felt that it would really work. When you put all the elements togethergreat casting with Idris and Taraji, and this very, very suspenseful, taut thriller that Sam Miller deliveredit worked really well.”

Both stars were extremely active in promoting the film via their social media accounts. Sony suggests this helped the film play so well opening weekend. Audiences, who were about 60 percent female and 41 percent under the age of 30, gave the PG-13 rated pic a B+ Cinema Score This indicates that the film was not exactly what they’d expected, which could affect word-of-mouth buzz and future earnings. Still, No Good Deed doesn’t have much more to prove after such a strong debut. “It’s going to be hugely profitable for our company. It was made on a very reasonable budget and we almost doubled that in our first weekend,” says Bruer. “It’s going to be a very successful movie for us.”

Dolphin Tale 2, meanwhile, failed to match the $19.2 million debut of the first film, earning an estimated $16.5 million from 3,656 theaters to take second place. The Warner Bros./Alcon Entertainment family pic cost a reported $36 million to produce and was expected to open in the $20 million range, but all hope is not lost: Audiences, who were 63 percent female and 44 percent under age 25, gave the film an A Cinema Score. It has the potential to hold pretty well in weeks to come. It’s also worth noting that the first film was released in 3-D, while the sequel was not shown in that format.

Holdovers took the remaining spots on the top five, including Disney and Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, which took in $8.04 million domestically and $9.3 million internationally (42 territories), pushing both its domestic and international totals over $300 million for a $612 million global total. It’s the sixth Marvel release to cross the $600 million landmark and the film has yet to open in China.

Here’s the top five:

1. No Good Deed $24.5 million
2. Dolphin Tale 2 $16.5 million
3. Guardians of the Galaxy  $8.04 million ($305.9 million domestic total)
4. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles $4.8 million ($181.04 domestic total)
5. Let’s Be Cops  $4.3 million ($72.9 million domestic total)

The Dropstarring Tom Hardy and the late James Gandolfini opened in 809 theaters this weekend and took in an estimated $4.2 million, just missing a spot on the top five. The Dennis Lehane crime thriller will expand to around 1,000 theaters next weekend, though.

In limited release, The Skeleton Twins, starring Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig, took in an estimated $411K from 15 locations and The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Them, starring James McAvoy and Jessica Chastain earned an estimated $77.2K from four locations.


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