Jimmy Kimmel As Batman? -
A late-night talk show host is being tapped to lend the voice of Batman in the upcoming "Teen Titans Go!" movie and it’s not who you think.
Jimmy Kimmel announced on social media yesterday he will be voicing the superhero for "Teen Titans Go! To the Movies," which hits theaters in July. He used the reveal to poke fun at Will Arnett, who voiced Batman in "The LEGO Batman Movie," calling him old news. Arnett is also lending his voice to the "Teen Titans Go!," along with Kristen Bell, Nicolas Cage, Halsey and James Corden.
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Helena Bonham Carter will play Princess Margaret on the next season of The Crown. Vanessa Kirby had the role for the first two seasons of the Netflix series.
Cheryl Burke And Matthew Lawrence Are Engaged -
It looks like the second time is the charm for one Hollywood couple.
“DWTS” pro Cheryl Burke is headed for wedded bliss. She announced last night on Instagram that Matthew Lawrence popped the question for her 34th birthday!
The pair met in 2006 when lawrence’s brother Joey was on “Dancing With The Stars.” They dated from 2007 to 2008 and reunited last year.
Lawrence, 38, is known for his roles in “Mrs. Doubtfire” and “Boy Meets World.”
*We're going to be seeing less of Conan O'Brien soon. His TBS show will be cut down to a 30-minute nightly format in 2019. The comedian says the move "gives us the opportunity to double down on stuff we're doing that works best and resonates with our fan base, especially our digital stuff, and make the show leaner so I'm never out there filling time in any way."
*The Tim Allen sitcom Last Man Standing could return to TV. ABC cancelled the series last year, despite high ratings. Now FOX is looking to bring it back. Some have speculated that the show was axed because of Allen's conservative beliefs. If his show does come back, he can probably thank the success of the Roseanne revival.
*Solo: A Star Wars Story is on track for a $170 million opening over the four-day Memorial Day weekend. Since it's still early that estimate could increase. The flick opens May 25th.
*Deadpool has a cameo in the music video for Céline Dion’s “Ashes,” which is on the movie sequel's soundtrack. In the clip, the superhero dances around the Canadian crooner and later jokes that her performance is “too good. This is Deadpool 2, not Titanic. You’re an 11. We need to get you down to a five, five and a half tops. Just phone it in.” The movie opens May 18th.
Celine Dion: She appears in a new video for the Deadpool 2 soundtrack, along with the film's lead character.
Meek Mill: The rapper, who was recently released from prison, has signed with Amazon for a six-part docu-series.
Rihanna: She's reportedly working on a new album focusing on reggae.
Jason Witten: According to a person with knowledge of the situation, the Cowboys tight end is retiring after 15 years in the NFL and going to work for ESPN.
Doug Ducey: The Arizona governor signed a budget plan that will give $300 million to fund raises for many of the state's striking teachers.
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