Super Bowl 56 will take place February 13th at SoFi Stadium . . . home to the Rams and Chargers.  The Half-Time Show will include Dr. DreEminemSnoop DoggKendrick Lamar, and Mary J. Blige.

 


SCARLETT JOHANSSON
 settled her legal dispute with Disney, but the terms weren’t disclosed.  Scarlett sued Disney for putting “Black Widow” on Disney+, claiming that hampered its box office potential.

 

The producers of ”The Bodyguard” remake say the movie’s lead will be played by a Latina woman.

 

Netflix is promoting Season 2 of that weird dating show “Sexy Beasts” with some less-than-complimentary reviews.  Like one reviewer who called it, quote, “A sign of the end times.”

 

 

NBC has reportedly tapped MILEY CYRUS to host this year’s New Year’s Eve special, with “SNL” boss Lorne Michaels producing.

 

SHANNEN DOHERTY has stage 4 cancer, but she’s still working.  She says, quote, “The best example that I can continue to set for other people with cancer, and to the outside world who doesn’t have cancer, is to show them what a cancer patient looks like.  We are employable.”

 

Lenny Kravitz wants to be in the next Magic Mike movie. He posted a picture of himself showing off his six pack of abs. His daughter’s boyfriend, Channing Tatum, saw the picture and posted, “Good god man. What are you eating or what’s in the water or the genes. It’s not natural. Do you just do abs like all day?” Lenny replied; “Dude, I’m just trying to get in the next Magic Mike. Any connections?”

 

Khloe Kardashian was rolling around in a bed, in an ad for her Good American clothing company. The sexy commercial was sent to broadcast networks to air this week, but it got rejected — because it was considered too much for TV audiences.

 

TAYLOR SWIFT is releasing the re-recorded version of “Red” a week ahead of schedule.

 

KATY PERRY was asked about not having a Grammy, even though she has a successful career.  She said, quote, “To be honest, I always go by numbers, and they don’t lie . . . and I’m good with that.  Everyone has an opinion and that’s wonderful, but numbers are numbers . . . math is sacred.”