Ryan Reynolds And Michael Bay Team For Netflix Project -
Ryan Reynolds isn’t resting on his “Deadpool” laurels.
Instead, the actor is teaming up with director/producer Michael Bay for an action movie called “Six Underground.” Filming begins this summer and will be released in 2019.
While we have no idea what the movie’s about, we so know that Reynolds’ “Deadpool” collaborators are the ones who came up with the project.
What Meghan Markle Can’t Do Because She’s A Royal -
Being a royal has its perks, but there are also rules to follow.
Now that Meghan Markle is officially the Duchess of Sussex, she’s have to reign it in a bit online and in person. So, before you say howl lucky she is, think about this list:
- No more selfies.
- Going shopping alone.
- Having her own social media accounts. That’s go to hurt.
- Wear bold nail polish.
- No more signing autographs.
- Go to sleep before the Queen. Bad form!
- Show bare legs. Heavens no!
- Continue acting.
*Double Dare - After previously announcing a summer return for Double Dare, the classic 80s and ’90s game show, Nickelodeon revealed Tuesday that actress Liza Koshy is set to take over for Marc Summers as the new host. But don’t worry: Summers will be back too, providing color commentary on the challenges.
HSN Stars Not Happy About QVC Take Over -
Now that the takeover of HSN by QVC is complete, the shopping network is sending out emails with “adjustment” details.
Sources say the memos are condescending and disrespectful, with directives like “I want everyone to take the used car salesman, in your face delivery and throw it out if this pertains to you.” They also told the stars to “research your product,” and “Don’t make false claims.”
One guest, who’s been hawking products on HSN for years was shocked, saying “I can assure you that I know my product very well, as I am about to celebrate my 25th year in business.”
Company president Mike Fitzharris quickly apologized, and a rep told “Page Six” that the missive “was not authorized, reviewed or approved for distribution.”
The rep added, “We see the HSN and QVC cultures as very complementary.”
Source: Page Six
Stormy Daniels Will Get The Key To West Hollywood -
Today is officially "Stormy Daniels Day" in West Hollywood.
The adult film star will be given a key to the city today to honor her because in "these politically tumultuous times," she has "proven herself to be a profile in courage by speaking truth to power even under threats to her safety and extreme intimidation."
Daniels is currently in a legal battle with President Trump and his attorney, Michael Cohen. She is fighting to get out of a non-disclosure agreement she signed in 2016 that prevents her from speaking about her alleged affair with Trump's alleged.
After the ceremony to accept the key to the city, Daniels will sign autographs at….you guessed it! An adult store.
“Show Dogs” Is Being Called Out For Abuse “Grooming” Scene -
The new animated film "Show Dogs" is accused of making children feel susceptible to sexual abuse.
The claim stems from a scene involving a dog who has to have his private parts inspected before entering a dog show. The animal, who talks in the movie, is told to go to a "zen place" when he says he feels uncomfortable about the situation. He is also told he will get a reward once the inspection is over.
The National Center on Sexual Exploitation said in a statement yesterday the tactics in the scene are similar to ones used by child abusers to groom children. "Show Dogs" filmmakers have apologized, and told "Entertainment Weekly" that the scene has no hidden or ulterior meaning.
Online writer Terina Maldonado first brought the suggestion to light in a column asking parents not to take their children to see the film.
Source: USA Today
#TheVoice: 15-year-old Brynn Cartelli became the youngest winner of the history of the series.
Star Wars Galaxy's Edge: The new area at Disneyland is set to open next summer.
Clint Walker: The star of the classic TV Western Cheyenne died Monday at the age of 90.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markel: They made their first appearance Tuesday since their wedding.
Philip Roth: The Pulitzer Prize-winning author died Tuesday at the age of 85.
National Football League: Owners are considering penalizing teams whose players kneel in protest during the national anthem.
Harden: The Rockets star James scored 30 in Houston's victory Tuesday night in Oakland to even up the series with the Warriors at two games apiece.
Tuesday night on The Tonight Show, race car driver Danica Patrick revealed to Jimmy Fallon, (quote) “I have a thing for doing things for the first time as a woman. So I'm going to be the first woman to host the ESPYs.”
The annual awards show honors athletes and sports teams. It’s scheduled for July 18th or one night after Major League Baseball’s All-Star game.
In past years, the ESPYs have been hosted by celebs like Samuel L. Jackson, John Cena and Drake. (Entertainment Tonight)
Talk About It:
- Considering it’s Danica hosting, she may start strong but she'll eventually crash.
- So this is her retirement plan? TV sports analyst.
- You know who doesn't deserve an ESPY? The person responsible for Brandi Chastain's unflattering Hall of Fame plaque.
- She’ll certainly bring her “boyfriend,” NFL quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
- Athletes have turned down visiting the White House, but they never decline a night of partying at the
Brynn Cartelli became the youngest person to ever win The Voice at 15-years-old.
- Brynn Cartelli (Team Kelly Clarkson)
- Britton Buchanan (Team Alicia Keys)
- Kyla Jade (Team Blake Shelton)
- Spensha Baker (Team Blake Shelton)
- Britton Buchanan, Mia Boostrom, Wilkes, Christiana Danielle and Jackie Foster perform "In the Air Tonight" by Phil Collins.
- Dua Lipa performed her song "IDGAF."
- Kane Brown performed his song "What Ifs" with Spensha Baker.
- James Bay performed his song "Us" with Alicia Keys.
- Chloe Kohanski performed her song "Come This Far."
- Julia Michaels performed her song "Issues" with Brynn Cartelli.
- Kyla Jade, Johnny Bliss, Rayshun LaMarr and Sharane Calister perform "Killer/Papa Was A Rolling Stone" by George Michael.
- Florence and The Machine performed their song "Hunger."
- Ryan Adams performed his song "To Be Without You" with Britton Buchanan.
- Halsey performed her song "Alone" with Big Sean.
- Jason Aldean performed his song "Drowns the Whiskey."
- Jennifer Hudson performed "I Know Where I've Been" from Hairspray with Kyla Jade.
*Monday's finale of American Idol gathered 8.7 million viewers, beating The Voice, which pulled in 8.6 million. That's the first time this season ABC's rebooted Idol beat its NBC rival. Two years ago, Idol's last FOX finale had 13.3 million viewers.
*Before the first season of Krypton hasn't ended, Syfy has renewed the Superman prequel series.
*Artist Bill Gold, who created movie posters for such films as Casablanca, Cool Hand Luke, Dirty Harry and The Exorcist, has died. He was 97.
*Clint Walker, who spent seven years (1955-’62) starring in the TV western Cheyenne, died Monday at age 90.