TOPHER GRACE: Expecting First Child
Congratulations to Topher Grace and Ashley Hinshaw! The acting couple are expecting their first child, according to E! News.
Ashley, who starred in True Blood, was spotted over the weekend sporting a baby bump.
She and the That '70s Show star wed in May 2016.
BEYONCE, JAY-Z: More Details Released About Twins
More details have been released about Beyoncé’s newborn twins.
Rumi is the older one. She was born first on the morning of June 13th. Her baby brother Sir arrived a minute later. The twins were delivered via C-section by Dr. Paul Crane, who is also Kim Kardashian's OB-GYN.
The birth certificates show that Rumi and Sir do not have middle names. They have their dad’s legal last name, Carter. (People)
Felicity Jones will play Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in the bio-pic On the Basis of Sex. Shooting begins in Montreal in September.
Walton Goggins (Vice Principals) has joined the cast of Marvel’s Ant-Man and the Wasp. Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly return for the sequel, which opens July 6th, 2018.
Harvey Atkin, the Canadian actor best known for playing camp director Morty in Meatballs, died from cancer Tuesday in Toronto. Harvey, who was 74, was also a series regular on Cagney & Lacey.
WALKING DEAD: Production Resumes After Stuntman Death
The cameras are rolling again on the set of The Walking Dead following the death of stuntman John Bernecker.
Production on season eight was shut down last week when Bernecker fell about 20 feet off a balcony and suffered a head injury. He was reportedly placed on a ventilator, which was turned off on Thursday.
Stars Lauren Cohan, Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Norman Reedus posted tributes to Bernecker online. In a statement, showrunner Scott Gimple said, “Our production is heartbroken by the tragic loss of John Bernecker. John’s work on The Walking Dead and dozens of other movies and shows will continue to entertain and excite audiences for generations. We are grateful for his contributions, and all of us send our condolences, love, and prayers to John’s family and friends.” (Page Six)
The first trailer for The Disaster Artist is finally here. The movie starring James Franco, Dave Franco and Seth Rogen is about the making of the The Room, a cult classic thought by many to be the worst movie ever made. The Disaster Artist opens December 1st.
KERMIT THE FROG: Actor's Firing Was "Long Overdue"
Talk about kicking a frog when he's down.
The daughter of Muppets creator Jim Henson is slamming longtime Kermit the Frog puppeteer Steve Whitmire, who was let go last week after 27 years as the voice of the lovable frog. Whitmire said he was devastated when he was fired and claimed unfair treatment. The Jim Henson Company would only say that Whitmire was fired for "unacceptable business conduct over a period of many years."
Cheryl Henson has now taken things a step further and called Whitmire's firing "long overdue." She explained his "performance of Kermit has strayed far away from my father’s good-hearted, compassionate leader of the Muppets," adding, "Steve performed Kermit as a bitter, angry, depressed victim. Worst of all, in the past few years he had not been . . . funny or fun."
Whitmire has been replaced by longtime Muppets puppeteer Matt Vogel. (Page Six)