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The new trailer for season 3 just dropped for the hit TV show Ted Lasso. Rumors began to swirl that this may be the show’s last season, and Ted Lasso himself, Jason Sudeikis, just confirmed that this is the end of the inspirational show. He made the announcement in an interview with Deadline, saying: “This is the end of this story that we wanted to tell, that we were hoping to tell, that we loved to tell. The fact that folks will want more and are curious beyond more than what they don’t even know yet – that being Season 3 – it’s flattering.” Sudeikis also teased that there have been talks of spinoffs, and his co-creators are open to it: “Yeah, I think that we’ve set the table for all sorts of folks… to get to watch the further telling of these stories.” Season three will premiere on Apple TV on March 15th.
The internet was freaking out on Monday after Nick Cannon tweeted this out: “EXPECT some big news tomorrow…👀 🍼.” Nick has fathered 12 children from six different women. So this prompted fans to believe he might be announcing baby No. 13 is on the way, for now, that’s not the case. On Tuesday, he dropped this news! We’re expecting…a new show on E! 👀 🍼,” Cannon shared on social media. The new show titled, Who’s Having My Baby? will be hosted by Kevin Hart and is coming this spring. “You’re going to get some contestants that want to have your baby,” Hart explained in a short promo clip for the E! game show.
Creed III just made history after a record-breaking weekend for the franchise and genre. Creed III opened to a franchise record of $58.6M. That’s also the highest debut ever for a sports movie. Creed III also crossed the nine-figure mark globally, bringing in $100 million worldwide. Prior to this weekend, the 2010 remake of The Karate Kid held the record for the highest domestic debut at $55 million. The film is the directorial debut of Michael B Jordan, who also stars in the third installment of the franchise as the leading man Adonis Creed.
Jamie Lee Curtis likes to rock, but at 64, she has a message for major music acts. Here she is on the red carpet earlier this week.
Trans-Siberian Orchestra does an added matinee show in select cities every year and they are sold out shows.
Gene Hackman hasn’t worked in almost 20 years, and he’s rarely seen in public. But he’s still the BADASS he’s always been. Someone snapped pictures of Gene . . . who’s 93 years old . . . doing yard work at his ranch in Santa Fe, New Mexico. But first, he went on a Wendy’s run and chowed down on a chicken sandwich and a Coke. Hackman’s last movie was the not-so-classic “Welcome to Mooseport” in 2004. It’s hard to believe that it’s been more than 50 years since he won the Best Actor Oscar for “The French Connection” in 1972. He also won Best Supporting Actor for “Unforgiven” in 1993. In 2012, he was hit by a pickup truck while riding a bike in Florida. He made a full recovery, obviously. (Here are the pics.)
“Basic Instinct” made Sharon Stone a household name in 1992 . . . but it made a shambles of her personal life. Sharon says she lost custody of her son because of it. Quote, “When the judge asked my child . . . my tiny little boy, ‘Do you know your mother makes sex movies?’ “This kind of abuse by the system, that it was considered what kind of parent I was because I made that movie.” She adds, quote, “I ended up in the Mayo Clinic with extra heartbeats in the upper and lower chambers of my heart. It broke my heart.” Sharon has three boys, ages 16, 17, and 22. (People)
Julia Roberts was originally cast as the lead in 1998’s “Shakespeare in Love”. But it turns out she had no chemistry with any of her potential co-stars. According to producer Ed Zwick, she read with several guys and, quote, “found fault with all of them.” The names included Ralph Fiennes, Hugh Grant, Rupert Graves, Colin Firth, Sean Bean, and Jeremy Northam. Julia was dead-set on getting Daniel Day-Lewis, but it never happened. Eventually, she left the project . . . and, as you probably know, the leads went to Gwyneth Paltrow and Joseph Fiennes. (Entertainment Weekly)
Christine Taylor credits the pandemic lockdowns for bringing her and Ben Stiller back together. They separated in 2017 after 17 years of marriage. Yesterday on “The Drew Barrymore Show”, she said she and Ben had separated because they were growing in different directions, but still stayed a family unit. Christine said, quote, “So when the pandemic hit and we all had to figure out where to hunker down, we all ended up in our house together with two teenagers and we found this way back . . .”We had so much time to talk, there were no other distractions . . . it just happened organically.” (People)
(Somebody) Peter Gabriel just released a beautiful new song from his upcoming album, “i/o”. It’s called “Playing for Time”. He says it’s about time, mortality, and memories.This is an edited version to give you a quick example. The song is 6:17. It also has an “E” for explicit. He also announced major city tour dates.
Keanu Reeves has a very cool memento from The Matrix. He was Asked if he’s ever “stolen anything” from any of his movie sets, Reeves responded, “Not stolen … the watch and wedding ring from John Wick, a sword from 47 Ronin, and the first red pill that the Wachowskis ever gave me.” One of the most famous scenes from the 1999 sci-fi action film — written and directed by sisters Lilly and Lana Wachowski — is when Laurence Fishburne’s character Morpheus presents Reeves’ character Thomas Anderson/Neo with a choice of taking either a red or blue pill. The red pill, which Neo takes, allows him to see the truth — or continue into the “rabbit hole,” as Morpheus says — while the blue pill would allow him to return to his normal reality and live in peace.
Bam Margera was arrested for domestic violence after a woman told police he kicked her. (Full Story)
Drew Barrymore said her therapist quit on her because her post-divorce drinking got so bad. Cameron Diaz supported Drew during that time, but said it was difficult to watch.
Siegfried and Roy’s Las Vegas mansion is on the market. (Full Story)
There’s a new trailer for “Paint” with Owen Wilson. That’s the movie where he plays a Bob Ross-style TV painter who LOSES IT. It comes out April 7th. (Full Story)
“Avatar: The Way of Water” will be available on digital platforms on March 28th. (Full Story)
The upcoming fourth season of “Barry” will be its last. It premieres April 16th on HBO. (Full Story)
Jenna Ortega said she’s single because the idea of relationships and having to be vulnerable with someone stresses her out. She also recently talked about how she’d change her script on “Wednesday” to stay true to her character. (Full Story)
Most people hate trying to follow subtitles on TV, especially when they disappear before you can finish them? Well, that’s often because the shows are just TOO WORDY. WordFinderX determined TV’s wordiest show. Here are the Top 10, along with their words per minute:
- “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia”: 176.2
- “Brooklyn Nine-Nine”: 174.6
- “Gilmore Girls”: 167.8
- “Modern Family”: 166.2
- “Central Park”: 163.9
- “Suits”: 161
- “Bob’s Burgers”: 160.6
- “South Park”: 160
- “Big Mouth”: 157.2
- “Parks and Recreation”: 156.3
(See the full chart at here.) (Uproxx, WordFinderX)
CELEBRITIES CELEBRATING A BIRTHDAY
Tattoo artist Kat Von D is 41.
James Van Der Beek is 46.
Freddie Prinze Jr. is 47.
NBC news anchor Lester Holt is 64.
Micky Dolenz the last surviving member of the Monkees is 78.
Susan Clark is 80. Emmanuel Lewis’ mom on “Webster” . . . and the naughty stripper Cherry Forever in “Porky’s”.
Today’s birthday girl has been in 196 fine films, including:
– Alien Love Fantasy
– Big Boob Bonanza
– Big Sausage Pizza 2
– Body Builders In Heat 12, 13 & 18
– Count Rackula
– Double Air Bags 12
– Mean Milking Mommas
– Rack ’em Up 1
– And who can forget her role in 2003’s The School Of Hard Knockers 2
Devon Michaels is 54 years old
Vejmelka makes 40 saves, Coyotes defeat Blues to end 3-game skid – LINK