Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher have hit their fundraising goal of $30 million dollars for Ukraine. They launched their fundraising effort two weeks ago.
The three most award-nominated movies in history are “The King’s Speech” with 45 nominations and 15 wins . . . “La La Land” with 43 nominations and 25 wins . . . and “The Shape of Water” with 43 nominations and 12 wins. These includes Oscars, Golden Globes, Critics Choice, SAG Awards, and BAFTA Awards.
James Bond now belongs to Amazon. They closed a deal yesterday, buying MGM for $8.5 BILLION.
“The Batman” is going to start streaming on HBO Max on April 19th.
JUDD APATOW might be making a sequel to “This Is 40”. Can you guess what it’s called? Yep, “This Is 50”.
There’s an animated “Play-Doh” movie in the works.
COURTENEY COX has already received the script for “Scream 6”.
CHANNING TATUM says “Magic Mike 3” is a “reverse-role ‘Pretty Woman’.”
Netflix’s live-action “Resident Evil” series will be released on July 14th.
TOM HIDDLESTON is engaged.
— The Late Late Show (@RTELateLateShow) March 17, 2022
Pete Davidson will not rocket into space next week.The Blue Origin mission has been delayed. The company built by Jeff Bezos tweeted late Thursday night (quote) “Blue Origin’s 20th flight of New Shepard has shifted to Tuesday, March 29. Pete Davidson is no longer able to join the NS-20 crew on this mission.”
“The Ellen DeGeneres Show” will end on May 26th after 19 seasons. Guests for her final shows will include Michelle Obama, David Letterman, and Zac Efron.
A mystery illness has around 18 people sick and puking on the set of “NCIS”. A CBS source thinks it’s probably food poisoning, but it hasn’t been confirmed.
Would every HBO show be better if GUY FIERI was in it?
Ed Sheeran is going to announce a mystery project next week. He said it’s a bit of a curveball.
Could this be the METAL collaboration we’ve been waiting for? We already know that Ed is a big fan of the English metal band CRADLE OF FILTH. And he’s even communicated with the band. I guess we’ll see very soon.
Check out the trailer for OLIVIA RODRIGO’s Disney+ documentary, “Driving Back 2 U (a SOUR Film)”.
JUSTIN BIEBER had to pause a show in Denver Wednesday night, after an electrical fire knocked out the power. After 30 minutes they got his sound going again, so he continued the show, but without his stage lights, lasers, and huge video screen.
(Check out videos from the show here. The one on the right is how he carried on with just the generator lights.)