TRENDIN' WITH TRISTAN: Taron Egerton will play Elton John


WHAT'S IT ABOUT? A woman struggling with insecurity wakes from a fall believing she is the most beautiful and capable woman on the planet.

WHO'S IN IT? Amy Schumer, Michelle Williams, Emily Ratajkowski, Busy Philipps, Lauren Hutton, Aidy Bryant, Naomi Campbell


  • This is Amy Schumer's third starring vehicle. It's expected to open lower than her other two movies.
  • People have accused the film of body shaming. 
  • The budget was $32 million.



WHAT'S IT ABOUT? A couple off for a romantic weekend in the mountains are accosted by a bike gang.

WHO'S IN IT? Paula Patton, Omar Epps, Laz Alonso, Roselyn Sanchez


  • It was originally set for an April 27th release date, but was bumped up a week to avoid Avengers: Infinity War.
  • Directed by Deon Taylor (Meet the Blacks).


WHAT'S IT ABOUT? When a border dispute arises between the U.S. and Canada, the Super Troopers are tasked with establishing a Highway Patrol station in the disputed area.

WHO'S IN IT? Jay Chandrasekhar, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Tyler Labine, Will Sasso, Rob Lowe, Brian Cox


  • A sequel to the 2001 film Super Troopers.
  • The film was written by and stars the Broken Lizard comedy troupe.
  • Broken Lizard raised $4.4 million through Indiegogo to make the movie.


“I’m not one of those people that’s like, ‘I hate princesses.’ I think they’re awesome," Clarkson

• "It’s not always like, ‘Oh, you look beautiful.’ It’s like, ‘Man, you’re so rad,’ ‘You’re stylish,’ ‘You’re cool,’ ‘You’re unique.’ ”


CBS has pulled Living Biblically from its primetime schedule. Variety says, "No return date has been set, though the show could return to burn off the remainder of its episodes at a later date." The sitcom is expected to be cancelled.

Brothers Aaron and Adam Nee have signed on to direct the He-Man movie Masters of the Universe. The flick is set to open in 2019.

Taron Egerton (Kingsman) will portray Elton John in Rocketman, a biopic about the singer.


Prince: There will be no criminal charges in his death by overdose.

Lance Armstrong: He settled the $100 million fraud case brought against him by his one-time sponsor the Postal Service for $5 million.

Michelle Williams: The Destiny's Child's singer is engaged.

#NoTearsLeftToCry: Ariana Grande's new single is getting a lot of attention on Twitter.

#ScandalFinale: Fans are reacting to the series finale.

Tammy Duckworth: The senator made history by bringing her baby to a Senate vote to bipartisan approval.

Andrew McCabe: The DOJ's inspector general is sending findings on the former FBI deputy director to the U.S. attorney for possible charges.


Did Oprah Swipe The Idea For “Greenleaf”? 

Oprah Winfrey is accused of ripping off the idea behind one of her Oprah Winfrey Network shows.

"TMZ" reports the former talk show host is being sued by a screenwriter claims the show, "Greenleaf," is based on the idea her own show that she pitched to people at OWN in 2014. Shannan Lynette Wynn and a pastor she worked with allege "Greenleaf" features the same characters and storyline from her show titled "Justice & Glory." Wynn says after the meeting, they were asked to provide more ideas and versions until getting cut off the the company.

Winfrey has yet to respond.

Source: TMZ

Ads for some well-known companies are showing up on extremist channels on YouTube., A CNN investigation found ads for 300 brands, including Hershey, Hilton, Nordstrom, Netflix, and Amazon on sites for white nationalists, nazis, and extremist views.

One of the worst examples is the Toy Association ads running on a pedophilia positive channel. They have since stopped monetizing that channel.

Last year, several YouTube sponsors pulled their ads from the number one video network after “Buzzfeed” found them appearing on videos promoting extremism and hate speech. 

Source: CNN

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