She probably saw this coming. Long Island Medium star Theresa Caputo has separated from her husband of nearly 30 years, Larry Caputo. The couple has two children, Larry Junior and Victoria. (NY Daily News)
Chloe Grace Moretz has been granted a restraining order against an alleged stalker. The actress says a man named Terry Daniel Quick has been harassing her both online and in person — and even showed up at her home in November. (E! News)
Netflix has cancelled Haters Back Off, starring YouTube sensation Miranda Sings, after two seasons. Meanwhile, Stranger Things has been renewed for a third season.
The first teaser trailer for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, starring Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard, was released Sunday. The full-length trailer drops Friday.
CHRIS PRATT: Files for Divorce
Five months after separating from Anna Faris, Chris Pratt has filed for divorce.
According to TMZ, Chris filed the papers on Friday, citing irreconcilable differences. Anna filed her response at the same time in what TMZ calls a "carefully orchestrated" move.
They have both asked for joint custody of their five-year-old son, Jack. TMZ says the stars, who wed in July 2009, have a prenup and sources say the divorce is "totally amicable."
GERALDO RIVERA: Apologizes to Bette Midler
Bette Midler finally got her apology from Geraldo Rivera, though he doubts her version of the story.
After Bette accused the TV journalist of groping her in the '70s, Geraldo tweeted on Friday, “Although I recall the time @BetteMidler has alluded to much differently than she, that does not change the fact that she has a right to speak out & demand an apology from me, for in the very least, publically embarrassing her all those years ago. Bette, I apologize.”
Bette first made the accusation in a 1991 interview with Barbara Walters, but the video re-appeared after Geraldo defended Matt Lauer. Bette tweeted, “Tomorrow is my birthday. I feel like this video was a gift from the universe to me. Geraldo may have apologized for his tweets supporting Matt Lauer, but he has yet to apologize for this. #MeToo.” (NY Daily News)
BILLY BUSH: Insists It's Trump's Voice on Access Hollywood Tape
Billy Bush is slamming Donald Trump over his recent assertion that the voice on the infamous Access Hollywood tape may not be his.
The former TV host penned an op-ed piece for the New York Times and insisted, "He said it. 'Grab ’em by the [privates].' Of course he said it. And we laughed along, without a single doubt that this was hypothetical hot air from America’s highest-rated bloviator." He added "there were seven other guys present on the bus at the time, and every single one of us assumed we were listening to a crass stand-up act. He was performing. Surely, we thought, none of this was real. We now know better."
The tape surfaced last October during the presidential campaign, and soon after, Trump admitted it was his voice and said, "I was wrong, and I apologize." The tape got Bush fired from NBC and he still hasn't gotten a job.
1. Coco - $26.1 million
2. Justice League - $16.6 million
3. Wonder - $12.5 million
4. Thor: Ragnarok - $9.7 million
5. Daddy's Home 2 - $7.5 million
With no new wide releases, the Top 5 of the box office remained unchanged from last weekend. For the second straight weekend, Coco was number-one with $26.1 million. The Pixar movie has made $108.7 million in 10 days.
Justice League was third with $16.6 million. The superhero flick has brought in $197.3 million in three weeks.
The drama Wonder was third with $12.5 million, followed by Thor: Ragnarok with $9.7 million and Daddy's Home 2 with $7.5 million.
James Franco's The Disaster Artist earned $1.2 million in only 19 theaters. The comedy, about the making of the cult flick The Room, opens wide on Friday.