Another woman has accused Les Moonves of sexual assault. Actress Bobbie Phillips tells the New York Times the ex-CBS honcho forced her to perform oral sex in 1995. Moonves denied the allegations, saying the sexual encounter was "consensual."
Margaret Atwood is writing a sequel to The Handmaid’s Tale. The Testaments, set 15 years after the events of the first book, will be published next September.
The 1992 Eddie Murphy movie Boomerang is being turned into a TV series for BET. The 10-episode series will be executive-produced by co-star Halle Berry. (HipHopDX)
MEGHAN MARKLE: Is She Pregnant With Twins?
Rumors are swirling that Meghan Markle is expecting twins.
People magazine says it began "when Irish betting company, Paddy Power, announced they would no longer take bets on the odds of the [Duchess of Sussex] and Prince Harry having two children next spring."
The company said there had been a "sudden, unusual surge of bets" on twins, leading them to believe a bettor with inside knowledge is trying to cash in.
Before bets were suspended, the odds of two royal babies had reached as high as 5 to 1.
“Murphy Brown” Is Ending After 13 Episodes -
CBS isn’t continuing the reboot of “Murphy Brown.”
The 90s sitcom returned this year with original cast members Candice Bergen, Faith Ford, Joe Regalbuto and Charles Kimbrough, but it didn’t do as well as other revivals. The network noted the show was never supposed to go past 13 episodes to begin with.
CBS is also cancelling its new sitcom, “Happy Together,” starring Damon Wayans Jr.
Source: Hollywood Reporter
Al Gore To Host 24 Hour Special On Climate Change -
Former Vice President Al Gore will be hosting a 24-hour special to sound the Alarm on climate change.
The eighth annual “24 Hours of Reality: Protect Our Planet, Protect Ourselves” is set for December 3rd and will include musicians and celebrities ranging from Moby and the Goo Goo Dolls to Shaggy, Jaden Smith, Jeff Goldblum and Bill Nye the Science Guy. Gore announced the speciAl Tuesday, noting that bold action is needed to protect the planet for future generations. It'll be streaming at 24HoursofReality.org.
Source: 24/7 News Source
Disney Is Introducing “Stars Wars” To Kids Using Animated Shorts -
Disney is trying to create a new generation of “Star Wars” fans.
The company is launching a new Star Wars digital animated series to introduce young people to the franchise. It's called “Star Wars Galaxy of Adventures,” and it premieres tomorrow.
It can be viewed on a new website titles StarWarsKids.com, or the Star Wars Kids YouTube channel. It so far includes six short films with characters Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, Darth Vader and more. More will be coming in 2019.
The House Of Mouse is going straight to where the kids are viewing….well… anything, to bring them into the fold.
GARTH BROOKS: Sells Out First Two Shows
Tickets for Garth Brooks first two stadium shows -- St. Louis, Missouri and Glendale, Arizona -- are sold out.
His show at the University of Florida in Gainsville on April 20th goes on sale tomorrow (Thursday), and his May 18th show at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh will be available on Friday.
Quentin Tarantino is officially a married man!
E! News can confirm that the Hollywood director and his longtime girlfriend Daniella Pick became husband and wife Wednesday night after a romantic wedding ceremony.
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