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RACHEL BLOOM TO PLAY TWINS IN HULU COMEDY: Rachel Bloom will reunite with her Crazy Ex-Girlfriend co-creator Aline Brosh McKenna for the Hulu comedy Badass (And Her Sister). Deadline reports that Bloom will dual roles in the comedy, a spy and her pushover twin sister.

OSBOURNE MOVIE IS IN THE WORKS: Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne will be the subject of an upcoming feature film. Variety reports that Oscar nominee Lee Hall is scripting the project. Sharon told the outlet, "Our relationship at times was often wild, insane and dangerous but it was our undying love that kept us together. We're thrilled to partner with Sony Pictures and Polygram to bring our story to the screen."

'MYTHIC QUEST' RENEWED FOR TWO MORE SEASONS: Mythic Quest has been renewed for two more seasons at Apple TV . Series star and co-creator Rob McElhenny revealed the news on social media in a video featuring Season 2 guest star Anthony Hopkins and Ted Lasso co-creator/star, Jason Sudeikis.

CYNTHIA NIXON TO DIRECT 'AND JUST LIKE THAT...": Cynthia Nixon will direct an upcoming episode of the Sex and The City revival, And Just Like That…. She revealed the news on Instagram Thursday (Oct. 21st), writing, "It's been a complete dream to work with my beloved co-stars and crew in this new role. I have truly never felt so supported in my life. (And don't worry, Miranda is still going to be in the episode — it was surreal to do both at once!)"


COREY FELDMAN AUCTIONING OFF PROSTETIC EAR: Corey Feldman is auctioning off the prosthetic ear he wore in the film Stand by Me as a "hybrid NFT." Consequence reports that the auction launches on October 31st and closes on November 3rd on Cosmic Wire. The winner will receive the prosthetic ear Feldman used to portray Teddy Duchamp in the 1986 Stephen King film.

TRUE PICKED A 'SHADY' HALLOWEEN COSTUME FOR KHLOE KARDASHIAN: Khloe Kardashian revealed to Ellen DeGeneres on Thursday (Oct. 21st) that her daughter wants her to dress as Pua the pig for Halloween. The 37-year-old reality star said, "True's going to be Moana, and she wants me to be Pua the pig. So, it's a little shady of her, but that's OK. I will be Pua for True."

TERESA GIUDICE IS ENGAGED: Teresa Giudice is engaged to her boyfriend Luis "Louie" Ruelas. People reports that Ruelas popped the question Tuesday (Oct. 19th) at the Amanzoe Resort in Porto Heli, Greece. Sources tell the outlet that the Real Housewives of New Jersey star "was completely surprised." Giudice's close friend and former RHONJ costar Dina Manzo and her husband Dave Cantin were both present for the big moment.

DAX SHEPARd NURSED OUT A CLOGGED MILK DUCT FOR KRISTEN BELL: Kristen Bell revealed during the latest episode of Momsplaining that Dax Shepard sucked out a clogged milk duct for her back in 2018. She recalled saying to him, "I just need you to suck this out. We could talk about it. We could be weird about it, or you could just go ahead and nurse." She said that she had "never been more in love in her life than when she was watching him pull out the clog.


Dave Chappelle is open to having a conversation with the members of the LGBTQ community that feel as though they've been harmed by his jokes.

His rep tells TMZ that he would be open to dialogue with the folks at Netflix if someone would actually reach out to him for a discussion.

Dave's camp told the outlet, "Dave stands by his art: No more jokes about transgenders until we can all laugh together. The streets are talking and Dave is listening. At some point, when everyone is open, I'm sure the communities will come together."

Jon Stewart recently defended his friend interview with TMZ. When asked about his take on the issues between Chappelle and the Netflix employees who staged a walkout Wednesday (Oct. 20th), Stewart said, "I know his intention is never hurtful. He's not that kind of person."


Halle Berry once told X-Men director Bryan Singer to kiss her "black ass." According to Page Six, co-star Alan Cumming wrote in his upcoming book, "Baggage: Tales from a Fully Packed Life," Berry, Cummings and the rest of the cast staged an intervention for Singer, who was using painkillers at the time.

Singer responded to the intervention by telling the cast, "You people … are full of f–king s–t!," and added that "none of us had ever made a decent film" and "were lucky to be working with him." Halle responded, "I've heard enough. You can kiss my black a**."


Alec Baldwin discharged a "prop firearm" while filming in New Mexico on Thursday (Oct. 21st), killing the director of photography and wounding the director.

According to a Santa Fe Sheriff's department press release, authorities responded to the incident at Bonanza Creek Ranch just before 2 p.m. local time following 911 call indicating that someone had been shot on set.

The director of photography, 42-year-old Halyna Hutchins, died at University of New Mexico Hospital in Albuquerque and 48-year-old director Joel Souza was taken to Christus St. Vincent Regional Medical Center where he was receiving emergency care.

The Santa Fe New Mexican reports that Baldwin, who both produces and stars in the film, was seen outside of the sheriff's office headquarters "distraught and in tears" while on the phone.

A spokesperson for the Santa Fe Sheriff's Department told Deadline, "Mr. Baldwin was questioned by investigators and released. No arrests or charges have been filed. This investigation remains open and active. No charges have been filed in regard to this incident. Witnesses continue to be interviewed by detectives."

Rust Movie Productions LLC also issued a statement to the outlet saying that production has been halted and they are cooperating with the sheriff's department's investigation.

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