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Hollywood News Friday April 19, 2019



LIVE! WITH KELLY & RYAN (ABC) Scheduled: Asia Kate Dillon

THE VIEW (ABC) repeat: Mary J. Blige, Michael Strahan, Sara Haines, a performance by the Broadway cast of "Beautiful"

THE TALK (CBS) Scheduled: Jack Osbourne, guest co-host Tichina Arnold

ELLEN DEGENERES (SYN) Scheduled: John Cena, Leslie Mann, Jenna Dewan, Melissa Etheridge

THE REAL (SYN) Scheduled: Trevor Noah

WENDY WILLIAMS (SYN) Scheduled: Jeremy Parsons

NBA BASKETBALL (ABC) “Boston Celtics at Indiana Pacers” The set between the Pacers and Celtics shifts to Indiana for Game 3. Boston took a 2-0 series lead in      Game 2 behind a dominant performance by Kyrie Irving. The C's point guard dropped 37 points, adding six rebounds and seven assists in the victory.

“I LOVE LUCY” FUNNY MONEY SPECIAL (CBS) Lucy and Ethel start their own business making and selling salad dressing; Lucy and Ethel disagree over the           ownership of a winning "bonus" buck.

HAWAII FIVE-O (CBS) When a vacationing father on a flight to Honolulu is kidnapped and forced to parachute midflight, Danny, Tani and Junior track him through    the jungle to discover that he may not be who he seems; McGarrett is threatened with a secret from his past.

BLUE BLOODS (CBS) When New York City experiences a major blackout, police officers scramble to contain the resulting chaos; Frank uncovers some unpleasant               truths about his department; Jamie and Eddie question the line between work and their relationship.

LAST MAN STANDING (FOX) In an effort to help get her clothing line off the ground and into stores, Mike invites Mandy to sit in on a business meeting with an    aggressive sales rep; Ed hires Kyle to transcribe his life story.

THE COOL KIDS (FOX) In an attempt to date a guy who is out of her league, Margaret pretends to be someone she's not; when Hank doesn't hear back from his            doctor about a questionable mole, he's convinced his days are numbered; John has a very important question for Sid.

PROVEN INNOCENT (FOX) When a Navy SEAL is charged with murdering her superior, Madeline must prove her innocence; Levi presses harder for insight on                 Rosemary's life in high school; Bellows takes a drastic step in re-examining her murder.

BLINDSPOT (NBC) The team discovers an international conspiracy when a deadly weapon is stolen; Jane supports Weller when someone from his past dredges up            painful memories; Patterson and Rich contend with their newly released hacker accomplice.

THE BLACKLIST (NBC) Red and the task force spring into action to stop an anti-capitalist terrorist group from kidnapping and torturing the children of the one          percent; Ressler goes behind Liz's back to find out what happened to her mother, Katarina Rostova.

DATELINE NBC (NBC) The father of an Alabama teenager calls the police after he returns home to find his son had thrown a party, leaving the place trashed; 11               minutes after the deputy leaves the house, another 9-1-1 call is placed reporting a shooting at the residence.

DYNASTY (CW) Fallon's acquisition of a new publishing company brings an unexpected person from her past into the fold, forcing her to deal with the emotional                and financial ramifications; Blake is suspicious when a disgruntled Jeff shows up.

LIVE PD (A&E) Police across the country work the Friday night shift in real time.

PARANORMAL CAUGHT ON CAMERA (TRAV) An Oregon man captures some of the best bigfoot footage ever; UFOs cluster over a Texas town; a Wales       resident faces an especially active poltergeist.

GHOST ADVENTURES (TRAV) Zak and the crew head to Las Vegas to visit a haunted attraction where employees have had brushes with violent demonic entities;    the guys investigate the intensely charged paranormal atmosphere at Sin City's oldest gentlemen's club.

MAMA JUNE: FROM NOT TO HOT (WE) Infidelity rocks June and Geno's relationship; June and Jennifer leave the fat farm determined to beat each other in the       weight-loss contest; Sugar Bear tattles on Geno; Alana struggles to reclaim her confidence.


STEPHEN COLBERT (CBS) Scheduled: Robert De Niro, Beth Behrs

JAMES CORDEN (CBS) repeat: Billy Crystal, Sarah Chalke, Buddy

TONIGHT SHOW/JIMMY FALLON (NBC) Scheduled: Michael Shannon, Jane Goodall, Winnie Harlow, Jess Salomon

LATE NIGHT/SETH MEYERS (NBC) repeat: Sen. Kamala Harris, Henry Winkler, Conleth Hill, Aaron Comess

LAST CALL WITH CARSON DALY (NBC) repeat:Tom Green, Shaed, Lyric Lewis


MOVIE (ABC) “The Ten Commandments” Raised as an Egyptian prince, Moses (Charlton Heston) discovers his Hebrew heritage, hears God's call, and engages in a              bitter battle with the Pharaoh Ramses (Yul Brynner) to free the Jews from slavery, leading them to the Promised Land.

AUSTIN CITY LIMITS (PBS) Texan Kacey Musgraves performs songs from her album "Golden Hour"; roots rocker Lukas Nelson and his band play songs from        their self-titled album "Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real."

JONESTOWN: TERROR IN THE JUNGLE (AMC) The world learns about mass murder-suicide in Jonestown, orchestrated by cult leader Jim Jones; survivors try to        piece their lives back together.

BODY BIZARRE (DLIFE) A boy who can't stop eating undergoes a series of operations to save his life; a young man who is more than 7-feet tall learns if he's still          growing; a boy is born without eyes; Irish twins' muscles and flesh turn to bone; with bonus content.

BOOK OF JOHN GRAY (OWN) John works with a young boy who is acting out after the death of his father figure; he helps an MMA fighter find a new purpose    after he loses his ability to fight; Aventer wonders if she has what it takes to be the first lady of their new church.

FAMILY OR FIANCE (OWN) When a spirited young businesswoman falls hopelessly in love with an older man who suffered a tragic loss, both of their families    worry that their impending union may be more about filling a void then building a life together.

GHOST ADVENTURES (TRAV)Zak and the crew head to Idaho to investigate a school-turned-haunted attraction where dark energy from satanic graffiti is affecting its staff.


Sunday, April 21st

AMERICAN IDOL (ABC) Celebrity mentor Rebel Wilson joins the contestants at Disneyland Park in Anaheim, Calif., where they prepare to perform fan-favorite    Disney songs.

SHARK TANK (ABC) A treat that combines two desserts; a modern alternative to ATM machines; a clothing design that combines two trends into one; a                 hypoallergenic sleeping product.

MOTOWN 60: A GRAMMY CELEBRATION (CBS) Paying tribute to the iconic sound of the historic American record label Motown Records; Cedric the                 Entertainer and Smokey Robinson host.

MADAM SECRETARY (CBS) season finale: As Elizabeth prepares to leave the state department and announce her run for president, terrorists attack the United     Nations delegation in Geneva that is there to sign the climate migration treaty.

WORLD OF DANCE (NBC) Jennifer Lopez mentors the top six acts from the junior division and NE-YO mentors the upper team division as they face the most        intense cut of the season; only the three highest-scoring acts from each division will move on to the divisional final.

GOOD GIRLS (NBC) Beth and Ruby's friendship fractures just as Dean's vendetta against Rio compromises the women's business dealings; Nancy, on the verge of   giving birth, needs Annie's help.

KILLING EVE (AMC) Villanelle's new circumstances are looking bleak; Eve makes a dangerous deal with an old acquaintance; Villanelle is surprised when she is              approached by a figure from her past.

THE DISCOVERY OF WITCHES (AMC) Domenico takes Satu's information to menacing vampire Gerbert, who gains the advantage he has been waiting for; Diana                refuses to help Knox realize his longing to destroy the vampires and answers his threats with a force of untamed elemental power.

REAL HOUSEWIVES OF ATLANTA (BRAVO) The Bye Wig party saga continues, and Marlo is accused of adding fuel to the fire; Cynthia glows as she talks about       her whirlwind relationship with Mike Hill; the ladies discuss Eva's wedding party; NeNe and Cynthia go head to head.

MARRIED TO MEDICINE: LOS ANGELES (BRAVO) season finale: Britten has to make a difficult decision that has repercussions for everyone; Robert throws a   surprise dinner for Shanique; Asha updates Noelle on her potential pregnancy; Imani reunites with her long-lost sister; Imani throws a rooftop event.

KEEPING UP WITH THE KARDASHIANS (E!) The family heads to Bali for a relaxing vacation, but tensions flare when Kourtney accuses Khloe of complaining             too much; Scott is determined to find buried treasure and enlists the help of his kids.

VERY CAVALLARI (E!) In the aftermath of the awkward dinner, Kristin and Jay realize they need to make more time for each other; Brittainy's new, close friendship                with Kristin creates a rift between her and the other employees; Kelly branches out on a blind date.

FORBIDDN HISTORY (SCI) Experts use new discoveries to reveal the true story of Jesus Christ, and using cutting-edge technology, this critical evidence is                 challenging everything that is known about the man who changed history.

SISTER WIVES (TLC) season finale:The looming question about the motive behind Meri's desire to buy the bed-and-breakfast is finally answered.

90 DAY FIANCE (TLC) A look back at some favorite couples as they navigated their journey through the K-1 fiancé visa process; what Ashley and Jay, Chantel and             Pedro, Elizabeth and Andrei, Russ and Pao, Nicole and Azan, and Colt and Larissa have been through until now.

WATCH WHAT HAPPENS (BRAVO) Scheduled: Roxane Gay, Cynthia Bailey










State I'm In by Aaron Lewis

No Geography by The Chemical Brothers

Live At Carnegie Hall 1977 by BILLY JOEL

Squeezing Out Sparks Solo Acoustic 40th Anniversary by Graham Parker

Skins by Xxxtentacion



“Dragon Ball Super: Broly” (animated - nobody famous)

“Glass” (Bruce Willis, Samuel L. Jackson, Sarah Paulson)

“The Kid Who Would Be King” (Rebecca Ferguson, Tom Taylor, Patrick Stewart)

“Escape at Dannemora” (Benicio del Toro, Patricia Arquette, Paul Dano)

Replicas” (Keanu Reeves, Alice Eve)

Justice League vs. The Fatal Five


NEW MOVIES THIS WEEK:  (Opening Thursday)

The Curse of La Llorona - R - Horror | Mystery | Thriller - Ignoring the eerie warning of a troubled mother suspected of child endangerment, a social worker and her    own small kids are soon drawn into a frightening supernatural realm.  Stars: Linda Cardellini, Raymond Cruz, Patricia Velasquez, Marisol Ramirez

Penguins - G - Documentary - The story of Steve, an Adélie penguin, on a quest to find a life partner and start a family. When Steve meets with Wuzzo the emperor   penguin they become friends. But nothing comes easy in the icy Antarctic.  Stars: Ed Helms

Breakthrough - PG - Biography | Drama - When her 14-year-old son drowns in a lake, a faithful mother prays for him to come back from the brink of death and be      healed.  Stars: Chrissy Metz, Topher Grace, Josh Lucas, Marcel Ruiz

Under the Silver Lake - R - Comedy | Crime | Drama | Mystery | Thriller - Sam, intelligent but without purpose, finds a mysterious woman swimming in his                 apartment's pool one night. The next morning, she disappears. Sam sets off across LA to find her, and along the way he uncovers a conspiracy far more        bizarre.  Stars: Andrew Garfield, Riley Keough, Topher Grace, Callie Hernandez

Hail Satan? - R - Documentary - A look at the quick rise and influence of the controversial religious group known as The Satanic Temple.

                Stars: Jex Blackmore, Nicholas Crowe, Lucien Greaves, Malcolm Jarry 

Little Woods - R - Crime | Drama | Western - A modern Western about two sisters who work outside the law to better their lives  Stars: Lily James, Tessa Thompson,              Luke Kirby, Lance Reddick

Fast Color - PG-13 - Drama | Sci-Fi | Thriller - A woman is forced to go on the run when her superhuman abilities are discovered. Years after having abandoned her         family, the only place she has left to hide is home.  Stars: Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Lorraine Toussaint, David Strathairn, Saniyya Sidney


Lori Loughlin’s Daughter Now Under Investigation - We may now know why getting their daughters into the University of Southern California was so important to Lori Loughlin [[LOCK-lin]] and her fashion designer husband, Mossimo Gianulli. But more on that in a minute. There are new reports that “one of their daughters” may have known more than anyone let on.  Britain’s “Daily Mail” is reporting that “a daughter” is now the target of a federal investigation related to the “Varsity Blues” scandal. But “The Daily Beast” take it a step further and calls out Isabella (aka Bella) Gianulli, specifically. The timing of that ominous report is interesting news came to light about the same time that she deleted her Instagram account.  As for the importance of getting the girls admission to U-S-C, it’s being reported that Gianulli actually lied to his parents about getting into the school. In fact, it’s being alleged that he took their tuition payments to start his company. Gianulli reportedly made the comments during an interview in 2016 and his daughter, Olivia Jade, alluded to the story on a podcast just days before the college cheating scandal broke.


Lindsay Lohan’s Tweet Fail: Oops, Lindsay Lohan just had a Twitter fail that didn’t go unnoticed by fans. Last night, she tweeted, “I need you to tweet - Hey @sheerazhasan looking forward to seeing you in LA April 29 to May 2.” It was up for just 20 minutes before it was deleted and replaced with a corrected tweet, without the “I need you to tweet” part. Some of her followers are calling the blunder “iconic.”


Happy 40th  Birthday, Kourtney: Kourtney Kardashian celebrated her 40th birthday yesterday, and sources say she couldn’t be happier. Not only did she recently launch her lifestyle website, Poosh, she’s also in a good space in general. She and Scott Disick are busy co-parenting their kids – nine-year-old Mason, six-year-old Penelope, and four-year-old Reign – and have put the drama behind them.


What Bey, Katy & Carrie Have in Common: Every once in a while, an accessory comes that everyone loves. Hueb’s diamond Labyrinth earrings is that one. Apparently Beyoncé, Katy Perry, and Carrie Underwood love the baubles, which retail for a whopping $23 thousand bucks.


Justin Bieber’s Wife Posts Loving Message, Reveals Singer’s New Haircut - As we previously told you, Justin Bieber recently shared a gushing poem about his wife Hailey, and now Hailey is returning the favor. The model shared a sweet message to her hubby on Instagram, writing, "My love. You are an incredible man, you make me a better human being, you make me happier than I’ve ever been." She added that she's "insanely proud of who you are and who you’re becoming. I love you more every single day."  As sweet as that message is, it seems to have been a bit overshadowed by the fact that it’s accompanied by a photo of Justin with a brand new, cleaned up short haircut, and fans are going wild over it.


Another Cryptic Clue From Taylor Swift - Taylor Swift has given fans a new clue as to what may be coming on April 26th. The latest is a picture of a pastel blue bicycle wheel. The pic is just one in a series of photos she’s been posting since she first revealed a countdown clock to April 26th. Others include a diamond-encrusted heart, some pink tulle, her two cats and more.


Lady Gaga Ended Engagement Because It Was Bad For Her Career - As we previously told you, Lady Gaga split from fiancé Christian Carino earlier this year and folks are still wondering what happened. Well, according to a source, the singer decided to end her relationship because Christian was getting in the way of her work. “She was devastated at first,” a source tells “US Weekly” about the split, noting that Carino’s personality “infringed on her creative process.” The insider adds, “[She] couldn’t risk jeopardizing her career in that way, over a man, and that’s not something she would stand for.”  Earlier reports claimed that Carino was “jealous,” of Gaga’s success adding he “didn’t treat Gaga very well toward the end of their relationship.”


Jonas Brothers Added To Billboard Music Awards - As we previously told you, the Jonas Brothers just booked a musical guest for “Saturday Night Live” and now they’ve landed another TV gig. The band is set to perform at the Billboard Music Awards, where they’ll treat the audience their latest number one, “Sucker.”  The sibling trio join previously announced BBMA performers BTS with Halsey, Kelly Clarkson, Lauren Daigle, Khalid, Panic! at the Disco and Sam Smith and Normani, as well as Mariah Carey, who’ll receive the “Billboard” Icon Award.  The 2019 Billboard Music Awards, hosted by Clarkson, will air live on NBC from MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on, May 1st at 8 pm.


ONE MORE THING! The Jonas Brothers' single "Sucker" has topped yet another chart. After debuting on to the Hot 100, the song now leads Billboard's Dance/Mis Show Airplay chart, their first number one on that chart.


Janet Jackson “Control” Getting Vinyl Reissue - Janet Jackson’s iconic album “Control” is getting a vinyl release. The mega-platinum album will be released June 7th in two different colors, black and red translucent vinyl.  The release is the first time the record has been available on vinyl since its initial pressing in February, 1986.  Fans can pre-order the album here, but it will also be available for purchase at Janet’s upcoming Las Vegas residency, “Metamorphosis,” which kicks off May 17th at the Park Theater at the Park MGM.


“Jeopardy” Contestant Breaks More Records - Professional sports gambler turned “Jeopardy!” contestant James Holzhauer is still winning. On Wednesday, he raked in $131,127 in one go, beating his own single-day record of almost $111,000.  And yesterday, Holzhauer kept it up with his 11th straight win… although he didn’t break another record this time around. His total for yesterday’s game was a little over $64,000, bringing his 11-day winnings up to a total of $771,920. Needless to say, viewers are impressed and hyping him up on Twitter.  That includes “Jeopardy!” champ Ken Jennings, who currently holds the record for most winnings with more than $2-point-five-million. “This is absolutely insane. I’ve always wanted to see someone try Jeopardy! Wagering this way who had the skills to back it up,” he writes on Twitter.


Weather Channel Hit By Malicious Software Attack - The Weather Channel has issued an apology to viewers after going off the air yesterday morning due to what the channel calls a “malicious software attack.” The network was off air for around an hour and a half before anchors could explain what happened when they returned.  The network’s morning show “AMHQ” was due to start at 6am ET, but instead, an episode of “Heavy Rescue: 401” aired. At around 7:40am, things were up and running again, and anchors Jim Cantore and Stephanie Abrams explained the technical difficulties.  “We experienced issues with this morning’s live broadcast following a malicious software attack on the network,” the channel writes in a statement posted to Twitter. “Federal law enforcement is actively investigating the issue. We apologize for any inconvenience to viewers as we work to resolve the matter.”


HBO Wants Trump To Stop Using “Game Of Thrones”: HBO gets that the hype around the final season of “Game Of Thrones” is real, but they’d rather President Donald Trump stop using their “intellectual property.” After the release of the redacted Robert Mueller report, Trump shared a “GOT”-themed picture on Twitter that says “No collusion. No obstruction. Game Over.” in the HBO show’s font. This isn’t the first time he’s used the show for his political messages, either – and it’s also not the first time HBO has told him to quit it.


“Killing Eve,” More Hit Shows Win Peabody Awards: Some of your favorite shows are set to be honored at the upcoming 78th Peabody Awards gala. This year’s winners include BBC America’s “Killing Eve,” HBO’s “Barry,” FX’s “Pose” and “The Americans,” Cartoon Network’s “Steven Universe,” NBC’s “The Good Place,” and multiple Netflix titles. And PBS’ “Sesame Street” will receive the 2019 Institutional Award.


Fox Cancels “The Rel,” Renews “Last Man Standing”: Fox has announced some renewals… and also some cancellations. The bad news is that “Rel” and “The Gifted” have been axed. But on the bright side, Tim Allen’s “Last Man Standing” is coming back for another season.


New Trailer For “Child’s Play”: Chucky the killer doll is back, and creepier than ever. A new trailer has dropped for the upcoming remake of “Child’s Play” starring Aubrey Plaza and Mark Hamill. Andy’s mom buys him a doll to keep him company, and it just so happens that the toy can connect to control all electronic devices… a feature that turns south, and deadly. “Child’s Play” hits theaters on June 21st.


A "Sweet Home Alabama" Sequel? - Will there be a sequel to “Sweet Home Alabama?” There will be if Josh Lucas has a say. Lucas was on Good Morning America yesterday to talk about his latest film, “Breakthrough,” when the iconic 2002 rom-com came up.  In fact, Josh said that he and the film’s writer and director, Andy Tennant, have spoken extensively about revisiting the film. In his mind, Jake and Melanie – played by Reese Witherspoon – would probably be divorced by now. He’d be back in Alabama and Melanie would be in New York with the kids. Patrick Dempsey would still be in the picture, too.



Chris Hardwick Slams $600K Lawsuit Over Podcast: Chris Hardwick is being sued, and he’s calling it BS. The comedian is accused of ditching a deal early to make a weekly podcast for the company Cadence13 after his ex-girlfriend, actress Chloe Dykstra, accused him of emotional and sexual abuse. The company claims they gave Hardwick a $1 million advance, and he still owes them a little over $600K. Hardwick’s attorney says the opposite, that Hardwick has delivered, and that Cadence13 are the ones who owe him money. Interestingly, the attorney points out that the company has hired the same law firm that conducted the investigation into Dykstra’s allegations.


Demi Moore Publishing Memoir: Demi Moore is publishing a memoir, “Inside Out.” The book is due for release on September 24th, and the publishers say it will open up about everything from her “tumultuous relationship” with her mother, to her marriages with Bruce Willis and Ashton Kutcher.


Joe Giudice Calls Teresa “All Day Every Day” From ICE Custody: “Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Teresa Giudice’s husband Joe may be in ICE custody right now awaiting his deportation decision, but that doesn’t mean the couple is cut off from each other. According to her co-star Jennifer Aydin, he calls her “all day every day.” “They can [be in touch], they text each other, and she can text him and he calls her like ten times a day,” she says. “They talk about the kids, he’s bored, she misses him but she’s like wow, a lot of phone calls.”


Lori Loughlin’s Daughter Deletes IG Account: Now that Lori Loughlin and her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, have entered not guilty pleas in the college admissions scandal case, one of their daughters is going off the grid. Isabella “Bella” Giannulli deleted her Instagram account in the wake of the scandal. Meanwhile, a recently resurfaced fashion blog from 2016 says that Mossimo actually faked his way through the University of Southern California. In 1984, he lied to his parents and used the tuition money to start his fashion business. He actually was part of the College of Continuing Education, a non-degree program open to anyone.


Kendall Jenner Talks Insecurity: Kendall Jenner may be one of the world’s most famous supermodels, but she wasn’t comfortable in her skin growing up. “My sisters are a lot curvier than me,” Kendall said. “They have boobs and I don’t have boobs. Growing up being this little twiggy girl, I saw my sisters and always thought, ‘Oh, no. Am I supposed to be more sexy like them?’” For the record, she and her sister, Khloé Kardashian, are both 5’10, while everyone else in the family – Kim and Kourtney Kardashian, and Kylie Jenner – is shorter than them. They’re all known for their curves.


Pink Teams With Color Therapy For “Hurts 2B Human” Coloring Book - Pink is doing her part to help her fans clear their minds, while still promoting her new record. The singer has teamed with the mindfulness app Color Therapy to offer a "P!nk -- Hurts 2B Human" digital coloring book.  The singer also announced an upcoming #PinkXct coloring challenge, which will be “starting soon.”  Pink’s new album “Hurts 2B Human” drops April 26th.


Ellie Goulding Drops Video For “Sixteen” - Ellie Goulding is looking back at her younger years in the video for her new single “Sixteen.”  The clip features a younger version of Ellie with a teenage friend, getting into all sorts of stuff teenagers do, while the elder Ellie and the friend share a joint in a car and look back at their childhood.   In a post on Twitter Ellie explains that the video touches on “the love that was found young and stayed,” describing 16 for her as both “heaven” and “hell.”  “Sixteen” is expected to be featured on Ellie’s upcoming fourth album, which so far doesn’t have a title or release date.


Lollapalooza Daily Lineup Announced - Music fans headed to Lollapalooza this summer can now start figuring out their detailed plans. The festival just announced their daily lineup, with single day tickets now on sale.  Thursday night’s lineup will be headlined by The Strokes, followed by The Chainsmokers and Hozier, with Childish Gambino and Tame Impala set for Friday and Twenty One Pilots headlining Saturday.  And just like she did at Coachella, Ariana Grande will close the festival on Sunday, with Flume and Kacey Musgraves also on the bill.  Lollapalooza will take place August 1st to 4th at Chicago’s Grant Park.


Louis Tomlinson thanks fans for support following sister’s death: Louis Tomlinson is speaking out for the first time since the death of his sister Félicité last month. “Just wanted to thank everyone for their lovely words over the past couple of weeks," the he shared on Twitter. He then let fans know he was back at work, sharing, “Back in the studio today to vocal something I wrote a few months ago. Sending you all loads of love x.”


Pink & Imagine Dragons headlining United States Grand Prix: Pink and Imagine Dragons are set to headline the Super Stage at the Formula 1 2019 United States Grand Prix. Imagine Dragons will kick off the festivities on November 1st, while Pink will take the stage November 2nd.


Patton Oswalt, Andy Richter Testifying In Conan Joke Trial - Last year, we reported that Conan O’Brien is heading to court after being accused of joke theft by Twitter user Alex Kasenberg. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the trial – which kicks off next month – will feature appearances by fellow comedian Patton Oswalt, as well as Conan’s longtime sidekick Andy Richter.  The two will testify as witnesses, along with Turner production exec David Wolkis, some “Conan” writers, and the man himself. This news comes after a California federal judge axed two of the accuser’s “joke experts” for bringing irrelevant information to the stand, and at least one expert’s opinion being “based on evidence furnished by Plaintiff’s counsel and [his] statistical model [being] prepared for the purpose of testifying.”  The same judge has also denied Kaseberg’s request to add a copyright infringement claim against TBS to his complaint because the deadline had passed. But, the judge has granted Conan’s request to close the court when they deal with testimonies about confidential financial information.


Sophie Turner Overcame Depression From “Game Of Thrones”: Sophie Turner has opened up further about her time growing up as a star of “Game Of Thrones.” Speaking to Dr. Phil on his “Phil In The Blanks” podcast, the actress says that she struggled with depression as she reached her late teens. It was partially due to her metabolism changes causing her to gain weight, but also the ”social media scrutiny” on top of everything else she was dealing with. She says that sometimes she “had no motivation to do anything,” and “would cry and cry and cry.” But now, she’s doing “much better” thanks to therapy and the right medication… plus, her fiancée Joe Jonas.


Chris Hemsworth Asks Fans Not To Spoil “Avengers: Endgame”: Chris Hemsworth knows that fans can’t wait to see “Avengers: Endgame” when it comes out on April 26th, but he’s sending a stern message about spoilers. Taking to Instagram, he’s penned a note warning fans not to spoil the movie for people who couldn’t get tickets right away. “Remember, Thanos still demands your silence,” he writes. And speaking of the movie, fans are getting a much more lighthearted look at the movie with a blooper reel.


Megan Fox & Brian Austin Green Starring In First Film Together: Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green are bringing their real-life romance to the big screen. They’ll be starring in a film opposite each other for the first time, “Dakota.” The movie is about a widow (played by Fox) of a soldier who fought in the war in Afghanistan – Brian Austin Green’s character enters her life to bring back her late husband’s best friend, a combat dog named Dakota.


"X-Men: Dark Phoenix” Trailer Released: “X-Men: Dark Phoenix” is hitting theaters on June 7th, and 20th Century Fox released a trailer for it. In what might be the last installment in the “X-Men” franchise, Jean struggles with her new abilities.



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