*Two years after retiring, David Letterman is set to return to TV.
The former Late Show host has signed a deal with Netflix to do six, hour-long installments of an as-yet-untitled program that will have the funnyman interviewing one guest each episode.
In a statement, the host said, "I feel excited and lucky to be working on this project for Netflix. Here's what I have learned: If you retire to spend more time with your family, check with your family first. Thanks for watching, drive safely."
The show is expected to launch in 2018.
*Disney Is Pulling Its Movies From Netflix-
Netflix is losing Disney and Pixar movies but the move isn’t happening for a little while.
Disney casually mentioned during an earnings report yesterday that they are pulling their movies from Netflix and launching its own streaming service. It launches in 2019, so until then, the now most popular service will keep the classic movies.
The new platform will be the home for all Disney movies going forward, starting with the 2019 theatrical slate which includes "Toy Story 4," "Frozen 2," and the upcoming live-action "The Lion King." There will also be exclusive movies and TV series.
They launch an ESPN streaming service early next year.
*Amber Heard Addresses Elon Musk Split-
Amber Heard has finally spoken up about her relationship with Elon Musk.
The pair broke up this month and Heard celebrated their relationship with a serious of posts about the two. Among the captions was this: “In this case, I'd like to remain more quiet. Although we have broken up, Elon and I care deeply for one another and remain close. Thank you for the continued support, respect, and privacy during these difficult, very human times.”
See Heard’s posts here.
Source: US Magazine
Will Smith rode shotgun and joined James Corden for the premiere episode of Apple Music's new Carpool Karaoke: The Series.
The duo teamed up on Smith's biggest hits and Corden surprised Smith with a marching band accompaniment on "Gettin Jiggy Wit’ It." A six-minute preview was released to YouTube. To get the full episode, you need to subscribe to Apple Music. Two new episodes will be released each week and include appearances by John Legend, Alicia Keys, Metallica, Gwyneth Paltrow and Jessica Alba.
Glen Campbell: The singer/guitarist, known for such classics as "Rhinestone Cowboy" and "Wichita Lineman," died Tuesday at the age of 81 due to complications from Alzheimer's disease.
Barbara Cook: The Broadway star from the '50 and '60s has died at the age of 89.
Sinead O'Connor: People are still talking about the video she posted over the weekend, pleading for help with her mental illness.
Chris Brown: He's catching heat for posting a flirty emoji comment on Rihanna's revealing photo from the Crop Over festival in Barbados.
#WorldOfDance: Fans are commenting on the latest episode.
#HardKnocks: The NFL reality show is back, focusing this time on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Shaun Weiss, who played Goldberg in The Mighty Ducks, has been arrested again. TMZ says the former child actor was busted only five days after serving a jail sentence. This time he was caught with meth. He was sentenced to 150 days in jail for petty theft last month.
Kate Beckinsale’s time as a cougar has been short-lived. Her monthlong romance with 21-year-old aspiring actor Matt Rife has “fizzled out,” according to Us Weekly. The 44-year-old actress split from husband Len Wiseman in November 2015.
Elle Fanning and Selena Gomez have signed on for Woody Allen’s next feature film for Amazon Studios. (Variety)
Hackers are proving that they have successfully gotten into HBO's servers by leaking sensitive data, including scripts for upcoming Game of Thrones episodes and unreleased episodes of other shows.
The attacker is demanding that HBO pay a ransom to prevent further leaks. In addition to the Game of Thrones scripts, the thieves released phone numbers and E-mail addresses for some of the show's stars as well as a month's worth of E-mails from a top HBO executive. Two unreleased episodes of Ballers and Room 104 were also released.
HBO says, "The forensic review is ongoing. While it has been reported that a number of E-mails have been made public, the review to date has not given us a reason to believe that our E-mail system as a whole has been compromised. We continue to work around the clock with outside cybersecurity firms and law enforcement to resolve the incident." (The Hollywood Reporter)