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LANCE KERWIN DIES AT 62: Variety reports that James at 15 star Lance Kerwin died on Tuesday (January 24th) at the age of 62. His cause of death has not yet been revealed. In addition to James at 15, Kerwin held roles in movies and TV shows such as Salem's Lot, Wonder Woman, Insight, and The Family Holvak. One of his final roles included the 1995 movie Outbreak, before returning to acting in 2022's The Wind and the Reckoning.

WATCH THE SEASON FOUR TRAILER FOR ‘SUCCESSION:' HBO released the trailer for the fourth season of Succession on Thursday (January 26th). The Roy family drama continues when the show returns to HBO Max on March 26th.

ADAM SCOTT RETURNS TO CATERING IN ‘PARTY DOWN' TRAILER: According to The Hollywood Reporter, the Starz catering comedy Party Down will be back on February 24th for a third season—13 years after the second season ended. In the trailer released on Thursday (January 26th), Parks and Recreation actor Adam Scott reprises his role as actor-bartender Henry Pollard and says, "This is not how I envisioned my 40s." Original cast members Jane Lynch, Ken Marino, Martin Starr, Ryan Hansen, and Megan Mullally are returning to the series as well.

CHECK OUT THE TRAILER FOR ‘WE HAVE A GHOST:' According to Entertainment Weekly, Netflix dropped the trailer for We Have a Ghost on Thursday (January 26th), featuring David Harbour as a ghost that goes viral. Director Christopher Landon told the outlet, "We Have a Ghost is about a slightly dysfunctional family that moves into an old haunted house. Instead of being scared off by the ghost, like everyone else, they decide to double down, and their dad, Frank, who is played by Anthony Mackie, creates a YouTube channel and makes the ghost and his family internet-famous." Jennifer Coolidge, Tig Notaro, Jahi Winston, and Isabella Russo all star in the show as well.


Machine Gun Kelly's biopic, Good Mourning has been nominated for seven Razzies for the Golden Raspberry Awards. Though this may sound positive, it's quite the opposite. The award show's goal is to honor the year's worst movies.

Good Mourning is nominated for Worst Picture, Worst Screenplay, and two nominations for Worst Supporting Actor. Those nods going to Mod Sun and Pete Davidson. The movie is also up for Worst Actor, Worst Director, and Worst Onscreen Combo.

The only film that had more nominations than MGK was the Marilyn Monroe biopic called Blonde.


  • Machine Gun Kelly's biopic, Good Mourning has been nominated for seven Razzies for the Golden Raspberry Awards.
  • The award show's goal is to honor the year's worst movies.
  • The only film that had more nominations than MGK was the Marilyn Monroe biopic called Blonde.


KEKE PALMER IS HAVING A ‘BABY BOY:' During an appearance on The Tonight Show Wednesday (January 25th), Keke Palmer causally shared that she and her boyfriend, Darius Jackson, are expecting a baby boy. Talking to Jimmy Fallon about astrological signs, the Nope actress said, "Pisces are known to be very deep, they're emotional creatures. So I just want to make sure I'm not too blunt for my baby boy." Palmer announced that she was pregnant during her opening monologue on Saturday Night Live last month. "Every time I look back at that clip, I'm like, 'Why do I sound like a villain?'" she said on The Tonight Show. "I don't know why I said it like this, but I was so excited."

JOHN VENTIMIGLIA'S DAUGHTER ODELE DIES AT 25: Sopranos actor John Ventimiglia is mourning the loss of his daughter Odele, who died on January 12th at the age of 25. Odele's mother, Belinda Cape, shared the news on Facebook recently, writing, "Odele was greatly loved, and leaves a huge hole in our lives." Her cause of death has not yet been revealed.

MICHAEL SHANNON SAYS ‘RUST' TRAGEDY IS WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU MAKE MOVIES ‘ON THE CHEAP:' Knives Out actor Michael Shannon spoke with The Chicago Tribune recently about the tragic Rust shooting that resulted in the death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins. "I'm not condemning Alec. I feel horrible for the guy," he said. "But this is what happens when you lowball and cut corners and hire people that may not be qualified, and pay them next to nothing, and make the movie on the cheap." The Shape of Water star also commented on gun safety as an actor. "If you're holding a firearm between takes, which you shouldn't be, you point it at the ground until somebody comes and collects it from you," he said.

CHANNING TATUM WILL TELL HIS DAUGHTER HE WAS A STRIPPER ‘WHEN SHE'S OLD ENOUGH:' Channing Tatum doesn't plan on keeping his stripping days a secret from his daughter, Everly. The Magic Mike star told Entertainment Tonight, "There's no version of me not having the conversation of 'Dad didn't just do them in movies, I was an actual stripper,' so I'm not gonna lie to her." He added, "When she's old enough to watch them, we'll have that conversation."


Priyanka Chopra shared some sweet details about her relationship with her husband, Nick Jonas, in a recent interview with British Vogue. The Quantico actress even revealed that the pair have matching tattoos.

"I have a check and a box behind my ears," she said. "My husband has them on his arms because when he proposed, he asked me, that I checked all his boxes, and would I check another one?"

Chopra added that Jonas helps soothe her "tornado" personality. "My husband is super thoughtful," she said. "When he's around, everything feels like it'll be okay. He has taught me to approach things from a much calmer place."


Emily Ratajkowski isn't happy about the media being so focused on her dating life. The Gone Girl actress has been photographed on dates with Pete Davidson, DJ Orazio Rispo, Jack Greer, and Eric André since filing for divorce from Sebastian Bear-McClard last year.

"I've been trying to casually date and not get cuffed up, and it's been hard to do that and be kind of mindful of the people that I'm seeing," she said on the latest episode of her High Low podcast. "Any time I go on another date, everybody knows."

She continued, "So the other guys I'm dating see it, and it has been kind of difficult because of course they're like, ‘Didn't talk to her last night,' and then there's pictures of me out to dinner with someone else. It sucks."

Ratajkowski added that this has "screwed up" her dating life.


Gerard Butler recalled his time with Hilary Swank on the set of P.S. I Love You during a recent appearance on The Drew Barrymore Show. The 300 actor revealed that Swank was hospitalized due to a mishap while the pair were filming.

"She's so cool, and good to work with, that I almost killed her," he said, commenting on a scene in which he was wearing suspenders. "At one point, the clip, which was a crocodile clip, got stuck in the television as I'm crawling towards her. She's right in front of me, and she's laughing hysterically. This thing… the camera people had these plastic fronts to protect themselves from this crocodile, it was so dangerous. Because I had to ping it, and it would go past my face."

He continued, "It gets stuck. It releases, flies over my head, hits her in the head, slashes her head. I cut her open. You could even see the teeth of the clip. She has to get taken to the hospital."

The Tomorrow Never Dies actor added that he was shocked after the accident occurred. "I'm just sitting there in my Irish boxer shorts and my boots and a pair of socks. And I just started crying. ‘I just scarred Hilary Swank, I almost took her eye out," he said.


Pamela Anderson is making it very clear how she feels about the Hulu series Pam & Tommy. In a new cover story for Variety, she called the show's creators "a—holes."

"Salt on the wound. … You still owe me a public apology," she added. The Baywatch actress said she hasn't watched the show at all, but she commented that a billboard promoting it "looked like a Halloween costume."

As for Lily James, the actress who played her in the hit series, Anderson isn't holding a grudge. "I think it's hard to play somebody when you don't know the whole picture. I've got nothing against Lily James. I think that she's a beautiful girl and she was just doing the job. But the idea of the whole thing happening was just really crushing for me," she said.

Elsewhere in the interview, the Barb Wire actress commented on her allegations against Tim Allen. "Tim is a comedian, it's his job to cross the line. I'm sure he had no bad intentions. Times have changed, though. I doubt anyone would try that post #MeToo. It's a new world," she said.

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