ON DVD TODAY:
- Bruce Willis plays surgeon Paul Kersey in the reboot of Death Wish. Vincent D'onofrio and Elisabeth Shue co-star.
- The fantasy romance Every Day centers on a teenager who wakes up every morning inhabiting the body of a different person. Angourie Rice, Debby Ryan and Maria Bello star.
- The action-comedy Gringo stars David Oyelowo as a mild-mannered businessman who's kidnapped in Mexico when trying to deliver an experimental marijuana pill. The all-star cast also includes Joel Edgerton, Amanda Seyfried and Charlize Theron.
- Maggie Grace heads up the cast of The Hurricane Heist, a crime caper whose title is pretty self-explanatory. A band of thieves plot to steal $600 million from the Treasury during a category-5 storm.
- The much-hyped film adaptation of the young adult book A Wrinkle in Time stars Oprah Winfrey, Reese Witherspoon, Mindy Kaling and young Storm Reid as the film's protagonist.
TV that's new to video includes season four of The Last Ship and season 21 of South Park.
Reese Witherspoon: She's close to a deal bring back her Elle Woods character in Legally Blonde 3.
Sara Gilbert: The producer/actress says "a lot of people have been hurt" by the cancellation of Roseanne.
Dwight Clark: The San Francisco 49ers legend known for "the catch," died Monday at the age of 61 due to complications of ALS.
Jon Stewart: He came to the defense of his former Daily Show cohort Samantha Bee and her controversial remarks about Ivanka Trump.
Serena Williams: She was forced to pull out of the French Open due to an injury.
#TheBachelorette: Fans and haters are reacting to the latest episode.
Manafort: The ex-Trump campaign chair has been accused of attempting to tamper with witnesses by the special counsel in the Russia investigation.
It's Hot Air Balloon Day and World Environment Day.
Today marks the 14th anniversary of the death of President Ronald Reagan.
TWITTER BIRTHDAY SHOUT-OUTS
Celebs with #birthdays today: Mark Wahlberg, Ron Livingston, Pete Wentz, Brian McKnight, Kenny G
#HappyBirthday to Mark Wahlberg. The actor turns 47 today.
*There's a new Oprah Winfrey exhibit at the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture. It runs through June 2019 & features video clips, interview segments, movie costumes and personal photographs and journals. Winfrey is the museum’s biggest single donor, giving $21 million over the years but they say that did not affect the reason they did the exhibit.
*Sara Gilbert - spoke out about Roseanne’s cancellation for the first time since news broke last week, saying she supports ABC’s decision. “I would like to say this has been a very difficult week,” she said on The Talk during its first live episode Monday following a week of pre-taped shows. “A lot of people have been hurt by this. I will say I’m proud of the show we made. This show has always been about diversity, love and inclusion. And it’s sad to see it end in this way. I’m sad for the people who lost their jobs in the process. However, I do stand behind the decision ABC made.”
*Woody Allen - said in a newly-published interview that he should be the "poster boy" of the #MeToo movement because after working with "hundreds of actresses" over 50 years, not one has accused him of "any kind of impropriety at all." Allen claimed to be a proponent of women's rights, having hired over 200 female crew members, created award-winning roles for women and paid them equally with men.