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Liam Payne, now 26, was a teenager when he joined One Direction. After they ended their run in 2016, he found himself lost.
Kevin Smith talks about landing A-list cameos for his new film "Jay and Silent Bob Reboot."
Kylie Jenner's wake-up song for her daughter Stormi went viral, but Yahoo readers were unimpressed.
Boy, do we have a video that is sure to kick off any true “Friends” fan’s weekend right: The One Where Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon Re-Create an Iconic Scene From “Friends.”During an interview with Access Hollywood, the “Morning Show” co-stars briefly reenacted one of their shared on-screen moments from when Witherspoon guest starred on the iconic sitcom as Rachel Green’s (Aniston) sister Jill.In the clip above, you’ll see Reese and Jen look at a piece of paper, which we assume has their lines on it, with Witherspoon saying, “Oh, that’s sweet” and Aniston responding, “Is this where you say the line that you love so much?”Also Read: 'Morning Show' Star Jennifer Aniston Reveals What She Learned Shadowing at 'Good Morning America' (Video)Before they re-create it, Reese whispers something to Jen who then flips back into Rachel mode.Aniston: “I say, ‘You can’t have Ross!'”Witherspoon: “‘Can’t have? Can’t have?’ The only thing I can’t have is dairy!”Adorable.Also Read: Jennifer Aniston Says 'The Morning Show' Isn't Based on Matt LauerBy the way, if you don’t remember Witherspoon’s two-episode arc and why these siblings were so ticked at each other, it’s because Jill briefly dated Ross. Yeah, that obviously didn’t go over so well with Rachel.Witherspoon and Aniston can next be seen on screen together in Apple TV+ upcoming drama “The Morning Show,” which will premiere on the forthcoming streaming service when it launches Nov. 1.Read original story Watch Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon Re-Create One of Their ‘Friends’ Scenes (Video) At TheWrap
Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, held her first TV interview since marrying Prince William and becoming a royal.
Jennifer Aniston finally joined Instagram and caused so much excitement and traffic, it broke the app. Bella Hadid was named the most beautiful person in the world according to the Greek Golden Ratio of Beauty Phi. The internet’s new favorite meme is Kylie Jenner singing “Rise and shine” to Stormi. Paul Dano has been cast as the Riddler in the upcoming film “The Batman.” And Prince Harry chokes up when talking about his son, Archie.
Taika Waititi, Scarlett Johansson, Sam Rockwell and Stephen Merchant reveal challenges of bringing the eccentric dramatic comedy to life.
In a new clip from "Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars Family Edition," the singer refuses breakfast from his mom, Jane Carter, and a couple of the others in the house.
Naomie Harris is in talks to play Spider-Man villain Shriek in Sony's "Venom 2," with Tom Hardy returning as the titular anti-hero. Andy Serkis is on board to direct, and Michelle Williams and Woody Harrelson are also reprising their roles. The original film was a huge hit for the studio when it premiered in 2018, […]
David Weisman, who was Oscar-nominated as producer of "Kiss of the Spider Woman," died Oct. 9 in Los Angeles due to complications from West Nile virus. He was 77. Weisman had a long career as a graphic designer and photographer and co-wrote and co-directed cult classic "Ciao! Manhattan" about 1960s icon Edie Sedgwick. Born in […]
The 81-year-old actress is calling on politicians to adapt the Green New Deal. Her arrest is a part of #FireDrillFriday, a new movement aimed at raising awareness about climate change.
Lawyers for U.S. President Donald Trump and his re-election campaign have threatened in a letter to sue CNN for what they said was the network falsely advertising itself as a news organization, calling on executives to first discuss an "appropriate resolution" to the matter that would include a "substantial" payment to cover damages. The letter, dated Oct. 16 and made public on Friday, is the latest threat by Trump to sue a media organization over what he sees as unfair media coverage since launching his 2016 presidential campaign, although no lawsuits have been filed. Rebecca Tushnet, a professor of false advertising law at Harvard Law School, said there was "no merit" to the letter's legal arguments and that she doubted a lawsuit would ever be filed.
UPDATE FRIDAY AM: The Mad About You revival series suspended production on Friday, following the Wednesday car accident involving star Helen Hunt. While she was not seriously injured, she has been resting at home and needs more time to recuperate. The comedy continued pre-shooting work on Thursday around Hunt but shut down on Friday as […]
“Bluff City Law” will not get a full-season pickup from NBC and will wrap up after its initial 10-episode order.NBC had ordered an additional six scripts prior to the Jimmy Smits legal drama’s Sept. 23 debut, but those will not go into production, an individual with knowledge of the decision told TheWrap.The series has aired four episodes so far and will continue to remain in its Monday at 10 p.m. timeslot. Its last episode is scheduled to air Nov. 25, just before Thanksgiving. The show has not been canceled, and NBC is still keeping the drama’s Memphis-based sets intact, according to the Memphis Commercial Appeal, which first reported the end of production. The individual confirmed that no decision has been made on the show’s future.Also Read: Kal Penn's 'Sunnyside' to Continue Streaming on Hulu Despite NBC Pulling It From TV (Exclusive)“Bluff City Law” starred Smits as Elijah Strait, the legendary defense lawyer from Tennessee who is well-known to all in the Memphis community. Caitlin McGee co-starred as his daughter.Smits starred as Victor Sifuentes for more than 100 episodes on the NBC’s legal drama “L.A. Law,” which ran from 1986 to 1994. He also had a recurring role on NBC’s “The West Wing” as Matt Santos, a congressman and later president-elect. Smits was nominated for Best Actor in a Drama at the Emmys for six consecutive years, winning in 1990.On Tuesday, NBC announced that it was pulling freshman sitcom “Sunnyside” from its schedule after just four episodes, banishing the remainder of the season to its digital platforms and effectively canceling the show. However, Hulu (which will also continue to air the rest of Season 1) is eyeing the show for a potential second season as a Hulu original.Read original story NBC Passes on More ‘Bluff City Law': Jimmy Smits Drama Will End After Initial 10-Episode Run At TheWrap
UPDATE 09:35 AM PST: Still nothing concrete on why the China release of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood has been postponed. One well-placed source in the country claims there was an appeal from Bruce Lee's daughter Shannon Lee to Chinese authorities over the portrayal of her father, a local hero. In the movie, a […]
Bill Macy, who played Bea Arthur's husband Walter Findlay on the "All in the Family" spinoff, "Maude," died on Thursday. He was 97. "My buddy Bill Macy passed away at 7:13pm tonight. He was a spitfire right up to the end," producer and manager Matt Beckoff wrote on Facebook. "My condolences to his beautiful wife Samantha […]
O'Neal reportedly helped donate a home to the mother of a 12-year-old who was paralyzed after getting shot at a high school football scrimmage.