History is about to be made with yet another Royal Wedding!
Following Meghan Markle and Prince Harry‘s historic wedding, history will be made when Lord Ivar Mountbatten, who is Queen Elizabeth II‘s cousin, gets married to his partner James Coyle.
The 55-year-old aristocrat and his partner revealed the news of their upcoming ceremony, which will be held at a private chapel in Devon, England, in a Daily Mail interview.
“We’ll have lovely food and really good music, but there won’t be two men in tuxedos on a cake, white doves or anything twee or contrived like that, will there?” said James.
“We’ll probably have cheese, instead of cake,” Lord Ivar amusingly added.
The Roseanne spinoff is one step closer to becoming a reality.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, "Roseanne Barr has agreed in principle to walk away from the characters she helped create in order to allow Roseanne’s cast and crew to pursue a spinoff in the wake of the show’s May cancellation due to her racist tweets."
The sticking point is what the comedian will receive in compensation. ABC and producer Carsey-Werner insist that she not "participate financially" in the spinoff, which will most likely focus on Sara Gilbert's character. As The Hollywood Reporter points outs, "Now the negotiation is over what, if any, one-time payment she should receive as 'go-away money.'"
John Goodman and Laurie Metcalf are said to be “tentatively” on board for the new series.
James Van Der Beek Is A Dad For The Fifth Time - It’s another girl for a “Dawson’s Creek” alum.
James Van Der Beek and wife Kimberly welcomed their fifth child, and fourth daughter on Friday morning. Gwendolyn is already being given lots of love by her siblings too!
The actor posted photos of Joshua, 6, Olivia, 7, Annabel Leah, 4, and Emilia, 2 meeting their baby sister.
Van Der Beek also threw some political shade in the post as he addressed the situation of children being taken from their parents while they attempt to cross the border illegally.
It's International Panic Day, International Picnic Day, Go Fishing Day, International Sushi Day and National Splurge Day.
Tiffany Haddish hosts the MTV Movie and TV Awards, airing live from L.A.
On this date in 1812, the U.S. declared war on the United Kingdom.
Netflix Scoops Up The Fox Canceled “Lucifer” -
The great thing about TV today is canceled shows may get a second shot.
That’s what is happening with “Lucifer.” The show was canceled after three seasons by Fox recently and now Netflix has picked it up.
The news was delivered via the show’s Twitter page and by the show’s star Tom Ellis.
It looks like TV networks like playing “musical shows.” In case you haven’t kept track, ABC canceled “Last Man Standing” last year and it was recently picked up by Fox who then dumped “Brooklyn 99”, which was snatched up by NBC, and “Lucifier” which is now at Netflix.
1. Incredibles 2 - $180 million
2. Ocean's 8 - $19.6 million
3. Tag - $14.6 million
4. Solo: A Star Wars Story - $9.1 million
5. Deadpool 2 - $8.8 million
Incredibles 2 scored the biggest opening for an animated film over the weekend. The Pixar sequel earned $180 million between Friday and Sunday, blowing away the previous record of $135 million set in 2016 by Finding Dory. The Incredibles 2 also had the eighth biggest debut of all time, just ahead of 2016's Captain America: Civil War.
After a week at number-one, Ocean's 8 dropped to a distant second with $19.6 million. The heist flick has now earned $79.2 million.
Tag, starring Jeremy Renner and John Hamm, opened in third with $14.6 million.
Solo: A Star Wars Story dropped from second to fourth, with $9.1 million added to its take.
Deadpool 2 went from third to fifth with $8.8 million.
The Superfly remake opened in seventh with $6.3 million. Since opening on Wednesday, the crime drama has taken in $8.4 million.
*Giuliana Rancic will return to co-host E! News. The cable network announced on Friday that she'll be back September 4th, joining co-host Jason Kennedy. Rancic co-hosted the entertainment news show from 2005 to 2015.
*The Comedy Central late-night series The Opposition, hosted by Jordan Klepper, has been cancelled after one season. He'll now host a weekly series instead. The final episode of The Opposition will air on June 28th. The new show, titled Klepper, is likely to launch next year.