KHLOE KARDASHIAN, LAMAR ODOM REACH SETTLEMENT: It's been a long-time coming, but Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom have both signed their divorce settlement. The divorce probably won't be finalized until December, when a judge will be able to rubber-stamp it (judges in California have to wait at least six months before the initial filing). Kardashian initially filed for divorce in December of 2013 but withdrew papers to serve as Odom's caretaker after his near-fatal overdose at a Nevada brothel in October of 2015. She refiled this May. In other news, a source close to Khloe's boyfriend Tristan Thompson told ESPN that rumors that they are engaged and have a reality show in the works are false.
KERRY WASHINGTON IS BACK ON TWITTER WITH A LOT TO SAY: Kerry Washington may have her hands full with new baby Caleb Kelechi Asomugha and his big sis Isabelle, but she is finding time to Tweet about motherhood, politics and more. On Saturday, she started by thanking people for tweeting their love and congratulations for Caleb's arrival, and then launched into politics, posting: "Also the loss of #DeborahDanner has rattled my core. Not only becuz of painful truth that we must continue to affirm that #BlackLivesMatter." Danner, 66, was shot and killed Tuesday by police in New York City.
POLICE CALLED TWICE TO SCOTTIE AND LARSA PIPPEN'S HOUSE FOR DOMESTIC DISTURBANCES: Scottie and Larsa Pippen announced their divorce on Friday, and since then, it has emerged that police were summoned twice to their residence in Fort Lauderdale this month. On Oct. 1, police responded to a call and found Larsa sitting in her car. She reportedly told police she was involved in a heated argument with her husband, but that did not become physical. On Oct. 4, police were called to the former basketball player's home again, TMZ reports, but details of their dispute are not available. Scottie, 51, reportedly filed for divorce from the Real Housewives of Atlanta star. They were married in 1997 and have four children together.
TOM CRUISE STOKES TOP GUN 2 RUMORS: Fans are gunning for it, and Tom Cruise finally addressed persistent rumors that there is a Top Gun 2 in the works in an interview with Graham Norton on Friday. Cruise said: "We're discussing it. We're trying to figure it out." Rumors of a sequel to the 1986 blockbuster have been swirling since Jerry Bruckheimer tweeted a photo of himself with Cruise with a post that reads: "Just got back from a weekend in New Orleans to see my old friend @TomCruise and discuss a little Top Gun 2." Fingers crossed!
RYAN GOSLING ALMOST CAST IN GILMORE GIRLS: This close! At the inaugural Gilmore Girls Fan Festival in Washington Depot, Connecticut (it inspired Stars Hollow), a surprising revelation emerged. Casting director Jami Rudofsky let it slip that Ryan Gosling auditioned for a small role as a football character, but bombed it. Guess even Ryan can have an off day.
In an interview that was taped before she was robbed in Paris earlier this month, Kim Kardashian
discussed her career on 60 Minutes
. During the interview, when Bill Whitaker asked her exactly what her talent was, she said, "It is a talent to have a brand that's really successful off of getting people to like you for you." Bill: "You've turned you into an empire. Worth in excess of $100 million dollars, I've read." Kim: "I would think that has to involved some kind of talent. You know?"
AUDIO: KIM KARDASHIAN ON THE PITFALLS OF FAME
AUDIO: KIM KARDASHIAN REVEALS HER TALENT
Tyler Perry's Boo! A Madea Halloween won the top spot at this weekend’s box office, earning $27.6 million.
Coming in second was’Tom Cruise's Jack Reacher sequel, his first and only new movie release of 2016, with a total of $23 million in ticket sales.
- Securing third place was the new horror movie Ouija: Origin of Evil, with $14.1 million. It narrowly edged out fourth place finisher, Ben Affleck's The Accountant, with $14 million. Taking the fifth spot was The Girl On The Train, with $7.3 million.
- Rounding out the Top 10 list was Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children at number six with $6 million, while Keeping Up With The Joneses secured seventh with a disappointing opening gross of $5.6 million.
- Kevin Hart: What Now? nabbed eighth with $4.1 million, and Storks took ninth with $4 million. Just making it into the Top 10 in the last position was Deepwater Horizon with $3.6 million.
Porn star Jessica Drake has accused Donald Trump of offering her $10,000 for sex.
Drake met Trump 10 years ago at a golf tournament and accepted an invitation to his suite, but brought two girlfriends along for comfort.
- "When we entered the room, he grabbed each of us tightly in a hug, and kissed each one of us, without asking permission," she said Saturday. Later, Drake said, she got a call from a man on Trump's behalf, asking her to come back.
- She declined. Trump then called her personally and invited her back up, allegedly asking, "What do you want? How much?" She once-again passed, but then recieved yet another call from "either Donald or a man calling on his behalf" that provided Drake with "an offer from $10,000" and the use of Trump's private jet.
- The Trump campaign denied Drake's accusations, calling them "totally false and ridiculous," and a plant of Hillary Clinton's political machine.
Rumors are swirling that Future had something to do with Scottie and Larsa Pippen's divorce. According to TMZ, the 51-year-old former NBA star filed for divorce from Larsa last week after being married for 19 years. Before Pippen filed, the site says that the cops were called twice to the estranged couple's Fort Laurderdale residence.
- On Oct. 1st, police responded to a call and found Larsa sitting in her car. She reportedly told police she was involved in a heated argument with her husband, but that did not become physical. Then, on Oct. 4th, police were called to the Pippen home against, but details of their dispute were not reported.
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Sources on both Scottie and Larsa's side said that Larsa is definitely seeing Future and has been traveling with him to different cities on his private jet, including Vegas last month. Sources from both sides said that the two were spotted looking "very cozy" at Komodo nightclub in Miami. The two reportedly met in Miami in August at the Haute Living Color Reveal party and have been hanging out since.
- Sources on Larsa’s side described her relationship with Future as "casual" and it started after Scottie allegedly openly flirted with an actress last summer, and Larsa felt disrespected and decided to get revenge.
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Meanwhile, in the divorce docs, Pippen said that there is a prenup in place and he wants Larsa to receive child support for their four children, although the amount has yet to be determined.
Larsa issues a statement through her rep, saying, "After careful consideration and 19 years together, Larsa and Scottie have each filed for dissolution of their marriage. Although they are no longer to be married, Larsa remains hopeful that she and Scottie will always do what is best for their 4 beautiful children and jointly raise them with love and respect."
- The statement continued, "She would like to thank everyone for their understanding and kindly ask for privacy from the media during this difficult time of transition for her family."
AT&T agreed to buy Time Warner in a deal valued at more than $85 billion, creating a new giant capable of producing content and distributing it to millions with wireless phones, broadband subscriptions and satellite TV.
The acquisition of Time Warner—which owns HBO, TNT, CNN, Warner Bros., and more—moves AT&T into the entertainment business as its traditional wireless business fails to grow.
- he deal creates a "behemoth to rival" Comcast its purchase of NBCUniversal and likely won't close until late next year due to a "rigorous regulatory review."
- The massive deal has plenty of critics. In fact, Donald Trump said Saturday that he would seek to block the merger if elected president "because it's too much concentration of power in the hands of too few."
- Time Warner was previously part of one of the biggest merger follies of all time, when it sold itself to AOL at the height of the dot-com boom.
Donald Glover has been cast as Lando Calrissian in the upcoming Star Wars spinoff about a young Han Solo.
The character, a fan-favorite character famously played by actor Billy Dee Williams in The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi, will return in the as-yet untitled film set to take place before the very first Star Wars film, A New Hope.
- Another of the new Star Wars spinoffs, Rogue One, is also set in that time period and will hit theaters coming-up in December.
- The Han Solo prequel, featuring Alden Ehrenreich in the main role and directed by The Lego Movie and Jump Street team Phil Lord and Chris Miller, is then scheduled to be released on May 25th, 2018.
- "We're so lucky to have an artist as talented as Donald join us," Lord and Miller said. "These are big shoes to fill, and an even bigger cape, and this one fits him perfectly, which will save us money on alterations."
Azealia Banks wants to put her fight with Russell Crowe behind her. "I've got youth and beauty, and he's got beer belly and jowls!" she said.
Banks no longer plans to press charges against Crowe, saying she's tired of the press. "I just don't want this in the media," she explained.
- Banks claimed that during a fight in a L.A. hotel last week, Crowe spat on her, manhandled her, and used a racial slur. Banks, already infamous for feuds with Zayn Malik, Lily Allen and Iggy Azalea, admits her persona is "already f**ked."
- "Even if I were proven to be telling the truth in this situation, people have built their case up against me, and honestly I don't have the care or the time to try and fight millions ... like, I can't fight the whole world," Banks said.
- "I am tired of defending myself. You know, it's just really unfortunate. People are going to think whatever they want to think about me. Y'all need to think about this damn music."
DEADPOOL 2 LOSES DIRECTOR: Tim Miller, who directed the first Deadpool, has parted ways with the team behind Deadpool 2, largely due to "creative differences with Ryan Reynolds," according to The Hollywood Reporter. Reynolds plays the titular antihero Deadpool.
ONLY WOMEN WILL DIRECT JESSICA JONES IN SEASON 2: Netflix's Jessica Jones, starring Krystan Ritter, has been hailed as a groundbreaking show that delves into topics most shows in the superhero genre avoid, like sexual assault and post-traumatic stress disorder. The second season will continue to break ground, with showrunner Melissa Rosenberg announcing that only women will direct episodes in the second season.
SKY FERREIRA SIGNS ONTO BLACK METAL FILM: Dance pop diva Sky Ferriera has joined the cast of Lords of Chaos, a forthcoming biopic about the black metal scene in the early 90s from Jonas Åkerlund, one of the brains behind Beyoncé's Lemonade. Ferreira recently appeared at David Lynch's Festival of Disruption to reinterpret Twin Peaks songs. She will be joining Rory Culkin and Emory Cohen in an as-yet-announced role.
NBC REBOOTS SNEAKERS: NBC is joining the cyber conspiracy with a reboot of the computer hacker classic, 1992's Sneakers. The film, a comedic caper starring Robert Redford and Ben Kingsley as student hackers, explores their diverging paths and reunion. Walter Parkes, who co-wrote the movie, is attached to the reboot.
PATRICIA CLARKSON, CAMPBELL SCOTT JOIN HOUSE OF CARDS: Netflix's House of Cards is bringing Patricia Clarkson and Campbell Scott on for more plotting and intrigue in season five. Details of their roles are being kept hush-hush, but they will be featured heavily in the new season, according to The Hollywood Reporter.