TRENDIN' See what's in theaters this weekend

Lance Bass May Get Part Of His “Brady Bunch” Dream To Come True - 

It’s no secret Lance Bass was crushed when he didn’t get the “Brady Bunch” house.

Because of his complimentary tweet after finding out HGTV scored the pad, Bass may still get to be involved in its restoration. Sources tell “TMZ” that after HGTV tweeted a cool reply to Lance, they reached out to him with an offer to be a part of the home’s remodeling. There is supposedly a meeting set up for next week.

The work on the home will be televised and the ‘NYSYNC member may be the host or even producer. The cool thing is that after the home is restored to its 1970s glory, there will be a TV show filmed there regularly. 

Source: TMZ

==============================

Brad Pitt is fighting back after Angelina Jolie accused him of short-changing her on child support.

Yesterday (Tuesday) the actor filed court documents claiming he loaned Angie $8 million for her current L.A. residence and paid $1.3 million in bills for her and their six children, according to USA Today.

Angie's legal team quickly fired back, saying the $8 million loan came with interest and that he has not paid half the children's expenses.

Earlier this week, Jolie claimed in a court filing that her ex hadn’t paid any "meaningful" child support and threatened to get a court order for more money. Pitt's lawyer, Lance Spiegel, blasted the filing, calling it "unnecessary, omits material information, and is a thinly veiled effort to manipulate media coverage."

================================

The Academy Awards has made some changes designed to keep the show “relevant in a changing world.”

The big addition is a new award category for Outstanding Achievement in Popular Film. In a message to its members, the Academy said eligibility requirements for the category and other details would be "forthcoming," but it's believed to give superhero movies and other box-office hits a better chance at winning Oscars.

The Academy will also will shorten the telecast to three hours to make the ceremony "more accessible for our viewers worldwide" and to do that some of the awards will be handed out during commercial breaks.

Talk About It:

  • It's the first new category since 2001’s addition of Best Animated Feature.
  • Many believe this is a response to Black Panther.
  • I still won't tune in.
  • Make it a two-hour show and maybe.

==================================

NEW MOVIES IN THEATERS:

SLENDER MAN (Horror)

WHAT'S IT ABOUT?  Horror movie about a figure with unnaturally long arms and a featureless face who haunts and takes children.

WHO'S IN IT? Joey King, Javier Botet, Annalise Basso

TRIVIA:

  • The Slender Man character began as a creepypasta Internet meme created by Eric Knudsen.
  • In 2014, two 12-year-old girls in Waukesha, Wisconsin stabbed their friend to impress Slender Man. 
  • The father of one of the girls has called the film "extremely distasteful." (FOX News)

-----------------------------------------------------------

THE MEG (Action)

WHAT'S IT ABOUT? A massive creature attacks a deep-sea submersible, leaving it disabled and trapping the crew at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean.

WHO'S IN IT? Ruby Rose, Jason Statham, Jessica McNamee, Rainn Wilson

TRIVIA:

  • The budget was $150 million.
  • Filmed in New Zealand.
  • Based on MEG: A Novel of Deep Terror by Steve Alten.

--------------------------------------------------------------

BLACKKKLANSMAN (Drama)

WHAT'S IT ABOUT? Spike Lee's fact-based film about a black police officer in Colorado who became the head of a Ku Klux Klan chapter.

WHO'S IN IT? John David Washington, Adam Driver, Topher Grace, Alec Baldwin

TRIVIA:

  • John David Washington is the son of Denzel Washington.
  • Based on the autobiographical book Black Klansman by Ron Stallworth.
  • The release is set to coincide with the first anniversary of the Charlottesville rally.

-------------------------------------------------------------

DOG DAYS (Drama)

WHAT'S IT ABOUT?  A group of people in Los Angeles are brought together by their pets.

WHO'S IN IT? Nina Dobrev, Finn Wolfhard, Vanessa Hudgens, Eva Longoria

TRIVIA:

  • Opened on Wednesday.
  • Nina Dobrev's dog, Maverick Dogbrev, appears in the movie.
  • Directed by comedian Ken Marino.

=================================

*Actress Margot Kidder’s death has been ruled a suicide. Park County Coroner Richard Wood said in a statement that the Superman star died in her sleep on May 13th from “a self-inflicted drug and alcohol overdose.” 

*Ben Schwartz will voice the title character in the upcoming Sonic the Hedgehog movie, according to Variety. James Marsden and Jim Carrey will also star in the live-action hybrid.

*It's official! Denise Richards has joined The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. The 47-year-old actress and ex-wife of Charlie Sheen will join Lisa Vanderpump, Kyle Richards, Lisa RinnabErika Girardi, Teddi Mellencamp Arroyave and Dorit Kemsley for the ninth season. (People)

*Catfish co-host Max Joseph is leaving the MTV series after seven seasons. His final episode airs on August 22nd.

=================================

Richard Gere is getting ready to reprise his role as father again.

The veteran actor, who turns 69 later this month, is expecting a baby with his 35-year-old wife, Alejandra Silva. The baby is due around the new year.

The couple secretly tied the knot in April after about three years of dating. They each have a child from previous marriages. Gere has an 18-year-old son with his ex-wife Carey Lowell and Silva has a six-year-old son from her first marriage. (Us Weekly)

Talk About It:

  • She was seven-years-old when Pretty Woman came out.
  • Gere has been married three times, including to Cindy Crawford in the early '90s.
  • Age is just a number. He can be a perfectly good father in his 70s.

==================================


Billy and Julie

Billy and Julie

Want to know more about Billy and Julie? Get their official bio and social links! Read more

title

Content Goes Here