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The reclusive brothers Jim and William Reid sat down for an exclusive interview with “Extra’s” senior music correspondent Adam Weissler to chat about their new music and their legacy. The headlines labeled him “Hot Jesus,” but Juan Pablo di Pace came straight to “Extra” at Universal Studios to shut down all that talk.

, they've tried with all their might to avoid being caught together or being asked about the status of their lurve.Three years ago, when we were treated to the origin story of how this motley gang of merry-prankster mercenaries came together, there was the shock of the new (at least to the comic-book agnostic).The headliner in that posse of antiheroes was Chris Pratt’s Peter Quill (a Han Solo-esque half-human who desperately wanted to be called “Star-Lord”). But now there are clearly stars and supporting players.Meanwhile, Rocket (as feisty as ever), Baby Groot (cute as a button), and Drax (who may just have found a freaky love connection with Pom Klementieff’s empath, Mantis) are all swept to the side in secondary B-plots when they’re collectively the best thing in the film.Even Michael Rooker’s blue-hued Yondu, who was maybe the seventh or eighth most interesting character in the first film, is given more than they are.His intergalactic backing band included the green-skinned she-assassin Gamora (Zoe Saldana), the chrome-domed colossus Drax (Dave Bautista), a rascally, foul-mouthed raccoon named Rocket (voiced by Bradley Cooper), and a walking tree creature that sounded a lot like Vin Diesel and could only say variations of the phrase “I am Groot.” Back then, in the franchise kickoff, all of these oddball characters got their own solos and their share of the spotlight. Worse, the gang which had so much chemistry together is split up and separated for most of the film to tackle their own storylines: Quill spends most of the film grasping for a relationship with his long-lost father (Kurt Russell’s immortal, all-knowing lower-case-g god, Ego).

Gamora is dealing with her own estranged family issues with her nasty sister, Nebula (Karen Gillan).

'They’d never ask their kid to do [what they’d ask me to do], but they forget that models are just children. I didn’t do it, so I can’t blame anyone but myself. Photographer Nigel Barker, who has been working with Ms Rocha on The Face as the show's host, described her principals as 'a very powerful statement for fashion' adding that it’s a 'big position for a model to take in an industry that is dominated by the idea of ‘sex sells.’ Since starting her career in 2004 Ms Rocha has fronted dozens of high-profile campaigns for brands including Versace, Chanel and Dior and last spring she became the first supermodel to have more than 1 million followers on the social media platform Google .

actor spars with the Biblical-based bathtub tweeter about how women can find lasting love, even though so many men are masters of manipulation and mind games.

I knew his point was gonna matter a lot to women, and I knew my point was going to matter, so there was never an upset like, “You shouldn’t be thinking that.” It never came to that point.

I knew we were making a good book, so I was happy to have his opinion.

The laughs are still there, but they’re less involuntary. No joke, no matter how well it’s told, is as funny the second time around.