The Dish For June 11th


1. Ocean's 8 - $41.5 million

2. Solo: A Star Wars Story - $15.2 million

3. Deadpool 2 - $13.7 million

4. Hereditary - $13 million

5. Avengers: Infinity War - $6.8 million

Ocean's 8 opened at number-one with $41.5 million. The all-female take on the heist franchise stars Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett and Rihanna.

After two week's at the top, Solo: A Star Wars Story dropped to second with $15.2 million. The flick has now made $176.1 million.

Deadpool 2 fell from second to third with $13.7 million, taking its total to $278.7 million.

The horror flick Hereditary exceeded expectations to debut in fourth with $13 million.

Avengers: Infinity War was fifth with $6.8 million.

The action movie Hotel Artemis, starring Jodie Foster, premiered in eight with $3.2 million.

ANTHONY BOURDAIN: French Holding Up Funeral

Anthony Bourdain's mother Gladys Bourdain says she is devastated by the suicide death of her son and growing more frustrated at how long it's taking French officials to release his body.

The celebrity chef and TV host died Friday morning and his family wants to plan a funeral, but they've been forced to deal with a lot of red tape. French officials won't allow his body to flown back to the U.S. just yet. Gladys says she's not surprised telling Page Six, "Listen, I lived there for five years — nothing is done quickly." 

Bourdain's estranged wife Ottavia Bourdain is said to be handling all of the funeral arrangements. 

ED SHEERAN: Face on Ketchup Bottles

Soon your ketchup bottle may have Ed Sheeran’s face on it.

Heinz Ketchup in Europe is eager to sign Sheeran to an endorsement deal. He already has a ketchup bottle tattooed to his left bicep. One of his assistants is required to carry at all times a bottle of Heinz ketchup.

Now, they’d like to reciprocate by putting Ed’s face on their bottles. Because he’s a redhead, Heinz might plan to use his frizzy hairline as a gauge. The empty bottles would be clear where his hair ought to be. Full bottles of Heinz Ketchup would feature redheaded Ed.

He said previously, (quote) “Everyone knows how much I love ketchup. It’s the one thing I would endorse. If anyone from Heinz is around… that would be great.” (The Mirror UK)

CELEBRITY FAMILY FEUD: Kanye, Kim, and Families Play the Feud   

On the season premiere of Celebrity Family Feud, Kanye, Kim Kardashian and the West family squared off against Kris Jenner, Kendall Jenner and Khloe Kardashian.

Kanye showed off his superfan status by playing into tropes like making sure the family said “good answer” after responses. The survey questions included things like "Why is Steve Harvey a good kisser" and "Name an animal with spots." 

In the end, the Kardashians beat the Wests. Khloe and Kendall were chosen by their team to play the Fast Money round, but since they knew how bad Kim and Kanye wanted to play, they decided to let them go instead. Kim and Kanye managed to win the final round, bringing in $25,000 for their charity of choice. 


Now buzzing on Google and Twitter.

Jackson Odell: Authorities are investigating the death of the 20-year-old actor, known for appearing on The Goldbergs.

Rafael Nadal: The tennis great won the French Open for the 11th time.

Tony Awards: Andrew Garfield won Best Leading Actor in a Play for his performance in Angels in America.

Vince Vaughn: The actor was busted for a DUI over the weekend.

Justin Trudeau: The Canadian prime minister is taking heat from team Trump over trade and tariffs on the U.S.

Rage 2: The trailer for the video game has been released after it was unveiled at the 2018 Bethesda E3 Showcase.

#PoseFX: Fans are weighing in on the second episode of the series that looks at the New York LGBT community in the '80s.

REAL HOUSEWIVES OF NEW JERSEY: Teresa Giudice Competes as Bodybuilder

Teresa Giudice  has gone from flipping tables to pumping iron. The Real Housewives of New Jersey star competed in the bikini division of a bodybuilding competition Saturday in Medford, New Jersey — and she took third place!

The 46-year-old took up the sport after her release from prison in 2016. A source tells Page Six, “[She] wanted to challenge herself physically and is extremely happy with how she did.”

Her incarcerated husband is also getting in shape. Joe, who's serving a 41-month sentence for mail, wire and bankruptcy fraud, has lost 45 pounds in prison.

VINCE VAUGHN: Arrested for DUI

Vince Vaughn was arrested Sunday morning on charges of DUI and resisting arrest, Variety reports.

The actor was reportedly stopped at a checkpoint in Hermosa Beach around 12:30 a.m. Police said Vaughn wasn't "fighting with officers, but more of delaying the investigation."

An unidentified male passenger was also arrested for obstructing officers and public intoxication.

Both men have posted bail and been released.

RYAN O'NEAL: Son Arrested for Attempted Murder

The son of the late Farrah Fawcett and Ryan O'Neal has been charged with attempted murder, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Between May 2nd and May 8th, Redmond O'Neal allegedly went on a "violent crime spree," stabbing two men and attacking several more. He was arrested last month after allegedly robbing a 7-Eleven Store in Venice, California. Eventually he was charged with the other crimes after he matched the description of the suspect in the other cases.

Redmond, who has a long history of drug abuse, has been charged with one count of attempted murder, two counts of assault with a deadly weapon, one count of criminal threats, one count of brandishing a knife and one count of battery.

TONY AWARDS: Harry Potter, Springsteen & Politics   

The Tony Awards got political on Sunday night with veteran actor Robert De Niro delivering an epithet directed at Donald Trump from the podium.

Just before introducing a performance by Bruce Springsteen, De Niro yelled, "[Screw] Trump. It's no longer 'Down with Trump!' It's just '[screw] Trump!" The crowd responded with a standing ovation. Although De Niro's curse words were bleeped out by the CBS censor, uncensored recordings of De Niro turned up on social media.

Springsteen, at the Tonys to celebrate his hit Springsteen on Broadway show, performed "My Hometown" on piano, after a monologue about his history, as he does in his show, which runs through December.

Earlier in the show, Springsteen was presented with a special Tony Award in recognition of his show's success by Billy Joel. In accepting the award, he said, "Thanks for making me feel so welcome on your block."

Another special award-winner, John Leguizamo, was honored "for his body of work and for his commitment to the theater, bring diverse stories and audiences to Broadway for three decades." In accepting the award, he said, "I just want to say: I'm an immigrant, and I'm not an animal."

Singers Sara Bareilles and Josh Groban served as hosts of the show, which included several touching segments, including the choir from Parkland, Florida's Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, which was hit by a shooting spree in February. They sang the song "Seasons of Love" from the musical Rent.

The night's big winner was The Band's Visit, a musical tracing the plight of a Egyptian police orchestra stuck in Israel for the night. It took 10 awards, including Best New Musical.

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, a sequel to the novels and films, took the award for Best Play.

The winners of the acting awards included Andrew Garfield and Nathan Lane for their roles in Angels in America and Glenda Jackson and Laurie Metcalf for their performances in Three Tall Women. (The New York Times)


Emma Thompson, Keira Knightley and Tom Hardy are among those receiving honors by the British monarchy. Thompson will become Dame Emma, an honor equivalent to becoming a knight. Knightley will receive an OBE (Office of the British Empire) award and Hardy will get an CBE (Commander of the British Empire) award.

Isaiah Mustafa, best known as the Old Spice spokesman, has been cast as Mike Hanlon in It: Chapter Two, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Jessica Chastain, James McAvoy and Bill Hader have already been cast in the horror sequel, which opens September 6th, 2019.

The Goldbergs actor Jackson Odell was found dead on Friday in a sober living home, according to TMZ. The gossip blog says he was "found unresponsive" and "there were no signs of foul play. The actor, who also appeared in the 2011 movie Judy Moody, was 20.

Eunice Gayson, the first Bond girl, has died at age 90. She played Sylvia Trench in Dr. No, the first James Bond movie in 1962, and From Russia With Love.

DEMI LOVATO: Cancels London Concert

Doctors forced Demi Lovato to cancel the biggest show of her tour.

She posted to Instagram only hours before the gig at London’s O2 Arena, (quote) “I write this through tears of frustration and sadness. I have to postpone my concert tonight due to being very, very sick and with swollen vocal cords. If I injure my vocal cords any more, I could potentially have to cancel the rest of the tour.”

The O2 Arena show, with capacity of 20,000, was rescheduled two weeks from now at the end of the European leg of the Tell Me You Love Me Tour. (Billboard)


A video of Maroon 5 covering Bob Marley and the Wailers' "Three Little Birds" has been posted on YouTube. The clip was created for a Hyundai ad campaign for the 2018 FIFA World Cup and is available to stream or buy on all digital music services.

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