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Taylor Hill/WireImage Entertainment Tonight reports Meg Ryan is making a return to rom-coms for the first time since 2008. The When Harry Met Sally star is set to direct and star opposite David Duchovny in the upcoming film, What Happens Later, based on Steven Dietz‘s play, Shooting Star. The movie adaptation, which she co-wrote with […]

Matt Winkelmeyer/MG22/Getty Images for The Met Museum/Vogue After keeping silent for months, Sophie Turner officially confirmed to Elle UK that she is expecting her second child with husband Joe Jonas. The Game of Thrones alum, who already shares 10-month-old daughter Willa with Joe, reveals in the magazine’s June edition, “We’re so excited to be expanding the family. It’s the best blessing ever.” “It’s what life is […]

Universal Pictures The Bad Guys topped another slow week the box office. The animated family flick spent its second week at #1, earning an estimated $16 million, bringing its two-week domestic gross to $44.4 million. Holding onto the runner-up spot for the second straight was Sonic the Hedgehog 2, taking in just under $11.4 million […]

ABC/Raymond Liu Sunday was Disney night on American Idol, with the Top 10 contestants performing beloved songs from the Disney catalog for a chance to advance to the Top 7. Once again, the show aired live coast to coast, this time from from Disneyland in Anaheim California, where Lionel Richie, Luke Bryan and Katy Perry — dressed as Ariel from The Little […]

The Emmy-winning comedy Schitt’s Creek is moving from Netflix to Hulu beginning October 3, Hulu announced on Thursday. The series, starring Eugene Levy, Catherine O’Hara, Daniel Levy and Annie Murphy, joins Hulu’s extensive library of hit comedies, including ABC’s Abbott Elementary and Home Economics, Freeform’s Single Drunk Female and FX’s Dave, as well as original […]

©2022 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved/Terence Patrick James Corden will step down as host of CBS’ The Late Late Show in 2023. The British comedian, who will have hosted the show for eight-and-a-half years by the time he leaves, made the announcement on Thursday’s show. “This will be my last year hosting the show,” […]

The Last O.G., the TBS comedy, created by Jordan Peele and starring Tracy Morgan as an ex-con who returns home to a changed Brooklyn after 15 years behind bars, won’t return for a fifth season, according to TVLine. A hit when it debuted in 2018, the series eventually slipped in the ratings. The decision to cancel The Last O.G. was made at […]

Justin Lin on Tuesday announced that he was stepping down as director of the latest Fast & Furious film, Fast X. A reason for the sudden departure was not given. “With the support of Universal, I have made the difficult decision to step back as director of Fast X, while remaining with the project as […]

Warner Bros. Pictures Gotham City, rejoice! Warner Bros. and DC announced at CinemaCon Tuesday night that a sequel to The Batman is happening. Not only is the box office hit getting a sequel, the entire team that made The Batman possible, including director Matt Reeves and star Robert Pattinson, will be returning. Plot details and […]

Hulu on Tuesday released the first trailer for Fire Island, a new rom-com starring Saturday Night Live‘s Bowen Yang, Margaret Cho and comedian Joel Kim Booster, who also wrote and produced the feature film based on his own trips to the LBTQ-friendly New York resort. Fire Island, described as “an unapologetic, modern day rom-com inspired […]

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