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Surprise — Kate Walsh is engaged! The actor shared the news during an Instagram Live conversation with Amy Brenneman on Oct. 5 in celebration of their show "Private Practice"'s 15th anniversary. "Here comes the jungle cat. That is my fiancé," 55-year-old Walsh said at one point, per People, to...
Could everyone, like, chill for a sec? On Oct. 4, Jamie Lee Curtis opened up about the possibility of making a "Freaky Friday" sequel alongside original costar Lindsay Lohan, and spoiler alert, she is definitely on board. At a "Halloween Ends" press tour event in Mexico City, Curtis admitted that she would "absolutely" want to do a follow-up film, via a video captured by a fan. "Lindsay Lohan and I are friends," Curtis explained to the crowd after she was asked whether she would ever be open to a sequel. "She texted me the other day — she's in Ireland making [her upcoming Netflix movie 'Irish Wish']," Curtis said, joking about the security questions she asked to make sure it was really her former costar.
Jacob Batalon is opening up about his enduring friendship with Spider-Man costar Tom Holland — and recounting the early days of filming the MCU franchise together. "I'm very lucky that we all started this journey together," he said in an Oct. 3 interview on "The Tonight Show." "We were all 19 at the time, and so putting a bunch of young kids together on a movie is maybe not the most responsible idea. But through that, through all the trial and tribulations, we've sort of grown together as a family, and now every day is family day."
Since Pete Davidson and Kim Kardashian's split in August, fans have been wondering whether the comedian will cover up or keep his tattoos dedicated to the entrepreneur. But according to new photos of Davidson, it looks like we may have an answer. On Oct. 3, the "Meet Cute" actor was spotted on the set of his upcoming comedy "Bupkis" with a bandage on his collarbone, which fans noticed was exactly where his "My girl is a lawyer" ink used to be.
While "Mayfair Witches" won't be out in time for this year's Halloween festivities, it looks like it has a shot at becoming a future spooky-season classic. Alexandra Daddario takes the lead in AMC's onscreen adaption of Anne Rice's sprawling supernatural trilogy Lives of the Mayfair Witches, and the trailer, out on Oct. 6, is full of intrigue from start to finish.
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HBO's "House of the Dragon" has certainly shaken up the entertainment world and stirred a frenzy among "Game of Thrones" fans, whether it be for the intriguing storylines or the fresh-faced cast members. The series — a prequel to the events on "Games of Thrones" and based on the novel "Fire & Blood" by George R.R. Martin — stars Matt Smith, Olivia Cooke, and other actors, including Ryan Corr.
It's time to get acquainted with Sydney Chandler. Fans may recognize her from the 2022 Hulu miniseries "Pistol," in which she portrays Chrissie Hynde, the founder and lead vocalist of '70s rock band Pretenders, marking her first major TV role. She also recently made her film debut in "Don't Worry Darling" as Violet, a housewife and friend of main character Alice Chambers (Florence Pugh). Up next, she'll be starring in Susannah Grant's sex-trafficking drama "Coercion." Even though she's just getting her start as an actor, Hollywood isn't a new concept to Sydney, who grew up with a famous TV coach and dad for a father.
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Whether you are a '90s kid or just came to respect the era thanks to the resurgence of its most prominent fashion trends and music, you'll love "The Midnight Club." The Netflix show follows a group of eight terminally ill patients at a hospice-care center called Brightcliffe in the '90s. They tell each other scary stories every night, each promising to send the group a sign from beyond the grave if they die. But along the way, haunting secrets about Brightcliffe are revealed.
As a Swiftie, it's easy to find a too-good-to-be-true Taylor Swift fan theory nearly every day. Because Swift is such a lover (get it?) of dropping Easter eggs, fans have always had a lot of questions for the singer. What do her emoji mean? Did she stage a public interaction to hint at a song release? Does Swift have an entire unreleased album that she scrapped after her Kanye West feud in 2016 called "Karma" that we'll get to hear soon?
New York Comic Con is kicking off this weekend, promising all things nerdy, scary, goofy, and entertaining. If you plan on joining the fun at the nation's biggest pop culture convention from Oct. 6 to Oct. 9, be sure to keep looking over your shoulder, because you could have an unexpected run-in with one of Hollywood's scariest Halloween franchise villains.
There's more to JoJo Siwa than rainbows and glitter, and in a recent TikTok, she opened up about her identity and how she first realized she was a part of the LGBTQ+ community. Always a storyteller, Siwa posted a video on Oct. 5 following the viral "One thing about me . . . " TikTok trend, in which users start with the iconic Nicki Minaj "Super Freaky Girl" lyrics and proceed to tell an anecdote from their own lives set to the track's beat. Siwa's, which she labeled "My gay awakening story time," starts with none other than Demi Lovato.
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If you're on the fence about watching "Hocus Pocus 2," Hannah Waddingham's cameo is more than enough reason to slam that "play" button. The British Emmy winner stars in the Disney sequel as Mother Witch, a silver-haired sorceress who gives the Sanderson sisters their spellbook. Despite her pivotal role in the trio's villain origin story — I mean, who would they be without Bookie? — Waddingham's Mother Witch has criminally limited screen time that clocks in at less than five minutes. (She appears for approximately three minutes and 24 seconds, for anyone who's planning to write a formal letter of complaint.)
Even superheroes get panic attacks sometimes — a fact Elizabeth Olsen discovered at the age of 21, when anxiety started to take over her body. "I just thought I was going to drop dead at any moment," she explained in a recent interview with Variety. The Marvel actor, now...
Lana Condor and Anthony De La Torre aren't officially married yet, but they already seem to know the secret to a successful marriage: compromise. In an interview with POPSUGAR promoting Amazon's wedding registry platform, the pair revealed that they're already compromising on everything, starting with their wedding gifts. "I love cheese, and Anthony is dairy-free. My life revolves around cheese," the "To All the Boys I've Loved Before" actor says. "One of the things that we got from our wedding registry is this charcuterie board, but it's something really only I can indulge in." The musician, on the other hand, loves espresso. Lana adds, "I'm not the biggest espresso fan, so he can get his own little espresso machine."
Max Thieriot hails from a small town, so embodying Bode Donovan on the upcoming CBS drama "Fire Country" wasn't too much of a stretch — at least in that regard. The show follows Bode, an incarcerated man who joins an early-release program fighting fires alongside first responders to reduce his five-year prison sentence for robbing a man at gunpoint. The program seems like a great idea, until he's placed in his hometown of Edgewater, coming face to face with the ugly past he's been trying to escape.
Reese Witherspoon is an actor for the people, and she's ready to give the fans what they want. When asked whether she would ever consider bringing back her character Melanie Smooter for a "Sweet Home Alabama" sequel, she said she's totally game. "I hope so. I think that would be a great idea," Witherspoon said during her Oct. 4 appearance on "Today With Hoda & Jenna" after host Hoda Kotb inquired about a potential reboot.
Episode seven of "House of the Dragon" was one of the twistiest and most shocking yet, but it did leave a lot of viewers with a question about what might have been going on off-screen: Are Queen Alicent (Olivia Cooke) and Ser Criston Cole (Fabien Frankel) sleeping together? If they are, that would have inadvertently led to the fight that tore the Targaryen family apart. Let's consider the facts.
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