PRINCE HARRY, MEGHAN MARKLE: Baby Delays U.S. Trip
Sorry, Royal Family fans. You're going to have to wait until next Fall to see Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on U.S. soil.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex had planned to come stateside in the spring, but their expected baby has tabled those plans. Meghan is due to give birth around then and the royals want to give her some time to adjust to motherhood before letting her travel to her home country. But when the American princess does come home, she will likely bring her little prince or princess along. (TMZ)
The sequel to Wonder Woman has been pushed back seven months to June 5th, 2020. It was originally scheduled to be released November 1st, 2019. (EW)
Guillermo del Toro will direct a Pinocchio movie for Netflix. The film will be a “stop motion musical” version of the story set in 1930s Italy. (FOX News)
LeBron James will produce a reboot of Friday the 13th. The NBA star's SpringHill Entertainment and Vertigo Entertainment are in talks to acquire the rights to the franchise.
Netflix has renewed Matt Groening's animated series Disenchantment for a second season.
Diana Sowle, who played Charlie's mother in the 1971 film Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory, has died at 88. (USA Today).
Icon Bob Barker Is Hospitalized - A TV legend and animal rights supporter is in the hospital.
Bob Barker is reportedly hospitalized with a flare-up of back pain. TMZ reports that the former “Price Is Right” host was taken to a hospital by ambulance yesterday from his Hollywood Hills home. He was sitting up on a stretcher and seemed responsive.
Barker's manager says the 94-year-old took a fall last year that left him with pain, and his family decided to call paramedics rather than risk taking him themselves to get treatment. He had a follow up for that fall last week.Source: TMZ
LIAM NEESON: Son Changes Last Name to Richardson
Liam Neeson‘s son has changed his last name to honor his late mother, Natasha Richardson.
According to Page Six, Micheál Neeson has officially changed his name to Micheál Richardson.
Richardson’s mother, actress Vanessa Redgrave, tells Britain's Daily Mail that 23-year-old decision wasn’t meant to disrespect ] his father. “That wasn’t because he wanted to avoid his father’s fame, which is enormous. He wanted to hold his mother close to him — because she was a remarkable actress. Absolutely remarkable.”
Natasha died in 2009 after a skiing accident left her with a traumatic brain injury.
AMY SCHUMER: Pregnant With First Child
Amy Schumer is pregnant.
Eight months after getting hitched, the comedian and new husband Chris Fischer are expecting their first child together. Her friend Jessica Yellinof News Not Noise made the announcement via Instagram Stories today (Monday). Amy referred to the big news on her own Instagram page by photoshopping her face on Meghan Markle's body, and her husband on Prince Harry's body. The royals, too, are expecting their first child together.
Rumors of Amy being pregnant have been circulating for awhile. Hours after the star got married in February, she addressed the speculation, writing, “No I am not pregnant.”
"In a strange, bizarre way, the Nightmare on Elm Street franchise became a sort of It’s a Wonderful Life for Halloween. This great nesting experience, cuddling with dad or mom before they passed away, watching and getting scared. The fun of tormenting your kid brother or sister, having dad go outside the kids’ bedroom at night with a fork and a knife and scratch the window and scare the bejesus out of them."
-- Robert "Freddy Kreuger" Englund, in the New York Post
NEW TO VIDEO
Come on, you know you want to see Cher as a singing-and-dancing grandma.
- Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again picks up as 25-year-old Sophie (Amanda Seyfried) looks to follow in her late mother Donna's (Meryl Streep) footsteps and run a hotel. But matters are complicated by a pregnancy, a wedding -- and Cher. The cast also brings back Colin Firth, Pierce Brosnan and Christine Baranski.
- Sorry to Bother You presents an alternate-reality Oakland, California, where a company called WorryFree offers people life free of financial concerns like food and lodging -- in exchange for a lifetime of unpaid labor. Lakeith Stanfield of Atlanta fame stars, with Tessa Thompson, Armie Hammer and Terry Crews.
TV that's new to video includes season six of The Americans and the eighth season of the classic sitcom Alice.