The Telegraph recounts times celebrities expressed frustration over their gadgets
The Telegraph chronicles times famous personalities expressed frustration over their tech devices
Posted on 12/27/21, 01:07 AM
Tom Brady aims
Famous American football star Tom Brady expressed his frustrations on a Microsoft Surface table after his team’s landslide loss to the New Orleans Saints recently. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback may have shot his best shot of the night when he got his hands on the popular tablet. Microsoft has been the official supplier of tablets to NFL teams since 2013, so the company has seen gadgets be treated unfairly from time to time. Although Mircosoft has a small share of the tablet market, the company continues to support the NFL, which can be seen by the expansion of the deal in 2020 when teams decided to use Microsoft Teams and Office 365.
Sex and the City is where the trends take shape, which has been the case since 1998, from Manolo Blahniks to Fendi chopsticks. Things haven’t changed. A few weeks ago, fitness company Peloton was treated unfairly in the first episode of And Just Like Thatâ¦, the HBO Max reboot of the Sex and the City franchise. Mr Big (Chris Noth) has a heart attack shortly after hanging up his Peloton stationary bike. The company played down the incident. âI’m sure SATC fans like me are saddened by the news that Mr. Big is dying of a heart attack. Mr. Big lived what many would call an extravagant lifestyle – including cocktails, cigars and big steaks – and was in grave danger because he had already had a cardiac event in Season 6, âsaid Dr Suzanne Steinbaum, cardiologist who is also part of Peloton’s. advisory council on health and wellness, said in a statement.
Naomi Campbell has made headlines more than once for hitting people with the projectile that always comes with her: the phone. She apparently hit one of her assistants with a phone in Toronto in 2001, and then was accused of hitting another with a Blackberry in Los Angeles. Blackberry may have been forgotten, but not the model’s temper tantrums. In 2007, she finally pleaded guilty to throwing a phone at her maid for whom she received community service.
Bad boy image
Russell Crowe and a bad boy image ?! The actor was arrested at a SoHo hotel in 2005 after hitting an office worker with a phone because he couldn’t call his wife in Australia. It might sound far fetched but it is. The incident occurred in the lobby of the Mercer Hotel, where he was staying in a suite for $ 3,000 a night. The incident surprised the employee behind the desk, cutting him off under the right eye. He was charged with two felons, assault in the second degree and criminal possession of a weapon – the telephone – in the fourth degree.
Known for his portrayal of misanthropic men, Bill Murray played one in real life in 2016 when he was annoyed by the camera flashes after fans spotted him in the seaside town lounge. by Carmel. He allegedly grabbed at least two phones before throwing them away. The incident took place during a party hosted by Justin Timberlake at the Vesuvio Lounge in Carmel. There was also a third phone but it landed on a cushion. The actor not only admitted to being there, he was willing to pay for the damaged goods. While none of the victims wanted to press charges, they wanted their phones replaced, according to reports.
Before the “conscious decoupling” with Gwyneth Paltrow, Chris Martin had his moment in the “smash zone”. He was photographed attacking a paparazzi, grabbing his camera and then threatening to leave with it in his SUV. Finally, the singer returned the camera to the photographer. Of course, this was not his first attack on prying photographers. In 2003, he was charged with smashing a photographer’s windshield.
Guess what Tom Holland did after finding out he landed the role of Spider-Man? After being called in for screen tests with Robert Downey Jr. (Iron Man) and Chris Evans (Captain America), he was proud of himself. âAt this point, it had been an amazing enough experience that if I hadn’t gotten the part I would have felt like I at least accomplished something to get to this. I went to play golf with my dad. I lost and was upset, and I remember going on my phone and checking Instagram, and Marvel posted a pic of Spider-Man from the cartoon. And at this point, I kind of assumed I didn’t get it, because no one had called me, âHolland said in an interview. The message of his casting came via a press article! âI knocked it over in the air. He fell out of my bed, âthe actor said in a conversation with Variety’s Actors on Actors. âI had my computer and my dog ââwas sitting next to me. I type ‘Marvel’. I still have the item saved on my computer. He said, “We would like to introduce you to our new Spider-Man, Tom Holland.” I broke my computer because I turned it upside down. He fell from my bed; my dog ââhas gone mad. I ran downstairs. I would say to my family: ‘I have the part! I have the role! ‘â