Meg's Daily Dish

Ed Sheeran has his own pub on his English property, and now he may be able to stock it with his own wine. According to “The Sun,” Ed has purchased a villa in Umbria, Italy, simply because it had a vineyard on the property.

“There is a vineyard and the moment I saw it I knew I had to buy that place,” he tells the paper. Ed adds that he chose Umbria because he wanted to get a more authentic Italian experience. He notes, “I didn’t want to buy in Tuscany because there are too many English people there." 

As expected, "Beauty and the Beast" was pure magic at the box office this weekend. While the final numbers won't come in until later today, here are some of the records it's already brokentop opening for a March release, the highest opening for director Bill Condon, Emma Watson’s highest opening of all time, besting even "Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows – Part 2," and the best opening for a Disney live-action remake.

Speaking of star Watson, she's also set to make a pretty penny from her turn as Belle. According to The Hollywood Reporter, she was given a $3-million paycheck upfront, but stands to make over $15-million depending on just how much money "Beauty" makes. Here's how the rest of the very distant top five shook out: 

  1. "Beauty and the Beast" - $174-million
  2. "Kong: Skull Island" - $28.9-million
  3. "Logan" - $17.5-million
  4. "Get Out" - $13.2-million
  5. "The Shack" - $6.1-million

President Donald Trump doesn’t like to hear the word no, and if you dare turn him down you may face some real repercussions. At least that’s what we got from Liam Payne’s new interview with “Rollacoaster” magazine. The One Direction star reveals that the band was once booted from Trump’s New York hotel because they refused to wake up just so his daughter could meet the band.

“Trump actually kicked us out of his hotel once," Payne tells the mag. “You wouldn't believe it. It was about (meeting) his daughter. He phoned up our manager and we were asleep. He said, 'well, wake them up,' and I was like, 'no.’”

Liam says after they turned Trump down he wouldn’t let them use his underground garage, which the band couldn’t accept because they wouldn’t be able to leave the hotel since fans are “ruthless” in the Big Apple. "So he was like, 'OK, then I don't want you in my hotel,’” Liam said. “ So we had to leave.”

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