Eighth Grade star Elsie Fisher, Tim Robbins and Garrett Hedlund will also join Caplan on Season 2 of the Hulu psychological horror series anthology series, a prequel of Stephen King's 1987 novel Misery. Caplan will have big shows to fill since Kathy Bates won an Oscar and Golden Globe for best actress for her role as Annie Wilkes in the 1990 Misery movie adaptation. Fisher will play Annie's daughter Joy, while Robbins will play the Stephen King character of Reginald “Pop” Merrill, the patriarch of the Merrill crime family. Hedlund will play Pop’s nephew, John “Ace” Merrill. "A feud between warring clans comes to a boil when Annie Wilkes, King’s nurse from hell, gets waylaid in Castle Rock," reads the logline for Season 2, which will run 10 episodes.
Odom's character on The Many Saints Of Newark hasn't been revealed, but he's expected to play a central figure in the film set in the era of the Newark riots of the 1960s that pitted the city's African-Americans and Italian-American communities.
Couric visited The Wendy Williams Show today, one day after Williams revealed she was living in a sober house. Couric told Williams that her bravery will help other people struggling with addiction. "I know this is your show, but I just want to start by saying I'm so proud of you," Couric told Williams after giving her a big hug. "That was a hard thing to do. I felt for you and I think your candor and honesty is going to help so many people." ALSO: Couric tells Williams she once went on a date with Cory Booker.
Each season of Cherish the Day will chronicle one couple's romance, with each episode spanning a single day. Cherish the Day is expected to premiere in winter 2020.
In a new excerpt from Ramin Setoodeh's upcoming book Ladies Who Punch: The Explosive Inside Story of The View, McCarthy recalls Walters yelling at her during her "year from hell" as co-host on the ABC daytime talk show. “You know the movie Mommie Dearest?” McCarthy says in the book. “I remember as a child watching that movie and going, ‘Holy cow!’ I’ve never seen a woman yell like that before until I worked with Barbara Walters.”
Malek filmed a chase scene at the ice skating rink in Central Park in Manhattan on Tuesday for his USA series.
The Iron Thrones treasure hunt is the third phase of HBO's marketing campaign for the final season. "Six Iron Thrones have been hidden across the globe," says Charles Pulliam-Moore, "and should you be clever enough to figure out where they are, you win the honor of saying...that you found a throne." ALSO: Kit Harington compares President Trump to King Joffrey.
"Amazing Love and support through this tough spot. Remember!!!! Love and tenderness Win," tweeted Paul Greene, one of the stars of the Hallmark Channel series that has to go through retooling following Loughlin's firing. Co-star Andrea Brooks shared a similar message via Instagram: "Hi #Hearties, I just wanted to take a moment to tell you that I appreciate the tremendous outpouring of love and support over the past week. Your kindness and dedication does not go unnoticed. I love being a part of this family."
Netflix's just-released Stranger Things Season 3 trailer hints at a horrific new nightmare, says Josh Wigler. "The lightheartedness masks the darkness beneath the trailer," he says. "Good guy Steve can be seen near the end with a black eye and a needle pressed into his neck. Bad boy Billy Hargrove (Dacre Montgomery) looks like he's on the straight and narrow with a lifeguard gig, but a later shot in the trailer shows a blackness overtaking his arm, almost as if he's a Venom clone. Eleven looks like she has it all — a new friend in Max, a thriving relationship with Mike — but she's also clearly drawn back into her old world, at one point walking along a beach that is either located in the Upside Down, or comes paired with visions of the Upside Down, not unlike what Will Byers (Noah Schnapp) suffered in season two. As for Will, he's seen with tears streaming down his cheeks, as it seems he's being left out of a group that's growing up beyond him — a heartbreaking nightmare that rivals the worst of what he's gone through in terms of existential angst."
All three will recur on the third season of the AT&T Audience Network series.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus' character's new book is described “an intimate first-person account of the public and private lives of Selina Meyer, America’s first female president that we know of."
The commercial, making its debut during the NCAA Tournament, features a fake Bud Knight drinking Miller Lite as soon as the cameras stop rolling on the Bud Light ad.
"It is UNREAL to announce I will be making my acting debut as Jericho on Season 2 Titans!" tweeted Chella Man, who was cast yesterday as Deathstroke's son on the DC Universe series. "As a trans, Deaf, Jewish POC, I have always reminded myself of the power in my differences. It’s a dream come true as I will now be able to showcase this power on the Titans."
The town of Hillsborough's lawsuit declaring a Flintstones-themed house a "public nuisance" has generated national headlines. In response to the publicity, homeowner Florence Fang says all the supportive comments "made me realize that I am not the only one fighting for the legendary Flintstones. It is truly an American memory that makes people smile and feel good about themselves. Let’s keep Fred and the Dino alive and work together to keep on smiling. I will fight the best I can."
The nine-episode Street Food, dropping on April 26, will take viewers to food carts and hawker stalls in nine Asian countries.
Sony Pictures unveiled the new A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood film image in celebration of today being Rogers' 91st birthday.
An anonymous person is suing FX, Netflix, American Crime Story writer Tom Rob Smith and Maureen Orth, whose book inspired the series, alleging they were defamed by the show. The lawsuit, which doesn't actually mention The Assassination of Gianni Versace, states that the person suing was defamed by the show “including a false implication that Plaintiff is a chronic abuser of alcohol who consumes alcohol throughout the day.”
Sisters Shorty and Little Jones wracked up $76,000 in barbecue sauce sales after their Fab Five visit was featured on Season 3 of the Netflix reality show.