Megan Fox is going to star in an upcoming sci-fi thriller, Beth Mead won Sports Personality of 2022, and Adam Lambert opened up about struggling with anxiety and his sexual identity.

Megan Fox to Star in Sci-fi Thriller

Megan Fox is set to star in an upcoming sci-fi thriller titled “Subservience.”

The movie, directed by S.K. Dale with a screenplay written by Will Honley and April Maguire, is about a struggling father who purchases a domestic SIM to help care for his house and family. All is well until the SIM, played by Fox, gains awareness, and turns deadly.

“Megan and Michele are perfect for this timely and provocative thriller. As Megan’s third film with us, this high concept and topical subject make for a cautionary tale of AI and the frighteningly real dangers that could rise,” said Millennium Media President Jeffrey Greenstein.

“This film will show a side of Megan that we have never seen before. The cast that we are assembling will elevate this emotionally-charged story and I cannot wait to show you all what we have in store,” Dale added.

Production for the film started on Jan. 7.



Beth Mead Wins Sports Personality of 2022


Beth Mead via Wikimedia.

Beth Mead won the 2022 BBC Sports Personality of the Year award.

“I’m speechless for one. I’m incredibly honored to win this award,” said Mead.

She used the opportunity to pay tribute to female athletes.

“Most of all this is for women’s sports and for women’s sports heading in the right direction, so let’s keep pushing girls and keep doing the right thing.”

This is the second time an LGBT athlete has won the BBC Sports Personality of the Year award.

“I’ll keep saying, it’s cliché, but I wouldn’t have done it without the girls over there and a team that has backed me. Yes, I’ve got this accolade, I did my job, and I scored a few goals, but I wouldn’t have done it without them, and I certainly wouldn’t have done it without my dad, my mum and all my family.”

Adam Lambert Opens Up About His Struggle with Anxiety and Queer Identity


Adam Lambert via Facebook.

In an interview, Adam Lambert opened up about his struggle with anxiety and queer identity.

“I started feeling like this isn’t fun. I’m not enjoying this because I’m completely stressed out about the technical side of it and it’s pulling me out of the moment,” Lambert said in the trailer. “And that, to me, is like so much of the magic of performing, is this feeling that you get where it’s very liberating.”

Lambert discussed how his mental health suffered when he began to mask his queer identity, taking medication, and more.

“I’ve started recently being more vocal and open about my own personal experiences. After the pandemic, I think a lot of people had some extra weight that they were carrying. I think that caused an extra amount of anxiety across the board for most people,” said Lambert.

The interview aired on Christmas Eve on “Britain Get Singing.”