*Last night, Chris Pratt and Anna Faris revealed their marriage is over.
His Facebook page said (quote) "Anna and I are sad to announce we are legally separating. We tried hard for a long time, and we’re really disappointed. Our son has two parents who love him very much and for his sake we want to keep this situation as private as possible moving forward. We still have love for each other, will always cherish our time together and continue to have the deepest respect for one another.”
Social media seems to be taking this split really hard. Two very charming people made an incredibly adorable couple.
However, the pair was plagued with persistent rumors. He spent most of the spring and summer shooting the sequel to Jurassic Park. They wrapped in mid-July. Only three weeks since returning home, they decided it was time to throw in the towel
*FOX News Channel has suspended host and contributor Eric Bolling after allegations surfaced that he sent sex photos to his colleagues. The network says it's investigating the claims. (Variety)
*Johnny Galecki is in talks to join the revival of Roseanne. Original stars Roseanne Barr, John Goodman, Laurie Metcalf, Sara Gilbert, Michael Fishman and Alicia Goranson have already signed on for the new series.
*This Is Us has lost its Emmy nominations for “outstanding contemporary costumes.” The Television Academy deemed the submitted episode, “Moonshadow,” as ineligible after determining that most of it took place in flashbacks to the '70s. (Variety)...Academy rules say that at least “51 percent” of the content must take place within the last 25 years for a show to be eligible in the contemporary category (to distinguish it from the separate period costume category).
*Former Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson has been hospitalized with pneumonia while vacationing in Spain. He posted an pic Saturday showing his arm with a hospital identity badge. He wrote, "Not the sort of bangles I usually choose on holiday."
*ABC has renewed Celebrity Family Feud and The $100,000 Pyramid.
1. The Dark Tower - $19.5 million
2. Dunkirk - $17.6 million
3. The Emoji Movie - $12.4 million
4. Girls Trip - $11.4 million
5. Kidnap - $10.2 million
Despite opening at number-one, The Dark Tower bombed at the weekend box office. The highly anticipated fantasy flick, based on the Stephen King book series, earned only $19.5 million and got clobbered by critics.
Dunkirk, which had been number-one for the past two weeks, dropped to second with $17.6 million. The World War II flick has now made $133.6 million.
The Emoji Movie fell a spot to third with $12.4 million.
Girls Trip went from third to fourth with $11.4 million.
Kidnap, starring Halle Berry, opened in fifth with $10.2 million.
After going into wide release, Detroit came in eight with $7.3 million.
"Despacito": It's officially the most watched video ever on YouTube.
Jay Cutler: The Miami Dolphins have agreed to a one-year, $10M deal with the QB.
Ronnie Wood: The Rolling Stones guitarist talked about his brush with cancer.
#Sharknado5: The fifth installment of the shlock franchise aired on SyFy Sunday night.
Kylie Jenner: Reviews for her new reality show Life of Kylie are in, and they're not good.
Taylor Swift: The singer is preparing to testify in her groping case against a former radio DJ.
Vice President: Mike Pence has denied eyeing a presidential bid.
The trial of a former radio personality accused of groping Taylor Swift begin today (Monday) with jury selection at the federal courthouse in downtown Denver. She won't be there until Tuesday, when she’ll come face-to-face with former radio host David Mueller. He accused Taylor of sabotaging his career by claiming he put his hand on her butt. She replied by filing a criminal charge of assault and battery.
The ground rules for those attending the trial are no Taylor Swift concert Ts, buttons or banners. Phones, laptops and tablets are all barred as well, so no one's getting a selfie with the star inside the courtroom.
Court officials expect overflow crowds. Only 100 passes will go to the general public each day. Most of those will only see the proceedings via closed circuit TV, but 32 lucky people will be seated in the courtroom. The line forms at 6 a.m. (Denver Post)
ON TV TONIGHT:
- The Bachelorette (season finale) Rachel must choose between the three final bachelors. (ABC)