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‘Siren’ star Eline Powell dishes on all things mermaid

Freeform show “Siren,” which follows a small coastal town beset by dangerous mermaids, is now in its second season (Thursdays at 8 p.m.) Star Eline Powell who plays central mermaid Ryn, will be in Saturday’s Coney Island Mermaid Parade (her float will start moving at 1:30 p.m.). The Belgian-born actor spoke to The Post about […]

Robert Pattinson is already Batman — why let him ruin James Bond?

Robert Pattinson should stick to what he does best in movies: being a pale, kinda creepy, teen heartthrob. That’s why when Oscar-winning director Danny Boyle gushed to The Guardian Thursday that the “Twilight” star and vampire darling should succeed Daniel Craig as the next James Bond, my pupils promptly recoiled into my skull. “It was […]

Is Camila Cabello and Shawn Mendes’ ‘Senorita’ duet hot or not?

Summer is officially on, thanks to Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello. Combining their considerable pop powers, the “In My Blood” singer-songwriter and the former Fifth Harmony member dropped their summer-ready duet “Señorita” on the first day of the season early Friday. A strummy serenade set to a lilting, finger-snapping groove, “Señorita” is as easy on […]

Rihanna went on day-drinking ‘prom date’ with Seth Meyers

Cheers to the freakin’ weekend! Rihanna trades in “Work” for a little day-drinking with Seth Meyers. The pop mogul and “Late Night” talk-show host trade shots and advice during a buzz-worthy segment — shot at the Jane Hotel in the West Village — on Thursday night’s episode. “This is what I call a prom date,” […]

Bloomingdale’s debuts ‘Pride for All’ rainbow pop-up shop

Get ready to ride the rainbow. The latest iteration of the Carousel — Bloomingdale’s fanciful rotating pop-up shop — is dubbed “Pride for All” and was curated by Out magazine Editor-in-Chief Phillip Picardi. Naturally, Picardi’s vision spotlights the LGBTQ rainbow symbol of diversity on fresh merchandise like Skinnydip London’s bedazzled flask and swim shorts by…

David Gilmour’s guitar auction nets $21M for climate change charity

David Gilmour isn’t satisfied being “Comfortably Numb” when it comes to the planet. The Pink Floyd axeman auctioned his guitars for $21 million Thursday — and he’s donating every penny to ClientEarth, a non-profit fighting climate change. “The global climate crisis is the greatest challenge that humanity will ever face, and we are within a […]

‘Stranger Things’ Season 3 looks bigger and crazier than ever

These kids just can’t catch a break. The final trailer for Season 3 of Netflix’s “Stranger Things” dropped Thursday night, and once again the children of Hawkins, Indiana, are getting a less-than-relaxing summer. “You let us in,” begins David Harbour’s Jim, presumably to Millie Bobby Brown’s Eleven. “Now you have to let us stay.” “It […]

Sheila E. still drumming up new music and hot collabs

Sheila E. might be known for “The Glamorous Life,” but the star percussionist and singer has battled her share of setbacks — including physical injuries. “Last tour, I sprained my ankle and messed up my Achilles as well a year and a half ago, and it just got better a month ago,” Sheila E. tells […]

Long-delayed ‘Burn Your Maps’ teases more than it delivers

It’s not always easy to tell when a film’s been sitting on the shelf, but “Burn Your Maps” has a dead giveaway: Jacob Tremblay, who broke out as the child star of 2015’s “Room,” is four years older than when this was shot. (You’ll see him as a tween later this summer in “Good Boys.”) […]

Beyoncé’s first ‘Lion King’ song has fans feeling the love

It’s only fleeting, but if the new teaser ad for Disney’s “The Lion King” remake is anything to go by, the soundtrack featuring Beyoncé and Donald Glover is going to be stunning. The superstar pair — who play Nala and Simba respectively in the CGI redo of the 1994 animated film — croon just 30 […]

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