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December 14, 2019

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Harry Styles calls his island Eroda

Harry Styles has been making his fans go nuts by attaching a lot of mysteries to his upcoming new album. However, now one of the album’s mysteries is finally solved.

The former One Direction singer made up an island called Eroda and launched a marketing campaign for the island, with video campaigns promoting tourism to the island, the hashtag #VisitEroda being shared on social media and the island having its own dedicated website and social media channels.

But, it has been revealed that no such island exists, of course, yet it didn’t stop fans quickly pulling out their very best investigative skills. Despite the place being completely fake, some fans were sure there’s a connection between the non-existent island and Harry Styles’ new album Fine Line — and Eroda is ‘Adore’ spelled backwards and (“Adore You” is the name of a song on the album), for example.

Other fans related food referred in Eroda, such as watermelons, kiwis and cherries, to his songs “Watermelon Sugar”, “Kiwi” and upcoming track “Cherry”.

Guess what, his fans are completely correct! Eroda is the location for Harry’s new music video for “Adore You”, which sees the singer staying in the dark island off the coast of Scotland.


Godzilla vs. Kong delayed until November 2020

If you have been waiting for this grand monster movie crossover Godzilla vs. Kong, then you might be disappointed to know that the movie has been delayed until November 20, 2020, announced Warner Bros. and Legendary Entertainment.

The film, which will pit the two classic monsters against each other on the big screen, was originally set to be released on March 13, 2020.

Millie Bobby Brown, Alexander Skarsgard, Julian Dennison, Brian Tyree Henry and Demian Bichir are set to star.

Godzilla vs. Kong is the fourth entry in Warner Bros. and Legendary’s monster universe that consists of 2014’s Godzilla, 2017’s Kong: Skull Island and Godzilla: King of the Monsters, which starred Brown and was released in theatres in May.

Published in Dawn, Young World, December 14th, 2019