10/12/21 Entertainment News
(New York, NY) — Kourtney Kardashian says there’s no hard feelings after her sister’s Saturday Night Live debut. Kim Kardashian West used a more than four minute monologue to make jokes about herself and her family, but she also worked with Mike Day to impersonate Kourtney and her boyfriend, Travis Barker. A source tells E! that Kourtney and Travis actually “loved it.”
(New York, NY) — Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly are opening up about their relationship. Talking to British GQ Style, Fox said she has a lot of “deep insecurities” but says MGK is the person her hear has been searching for, adding meeting him is like meeting her soul’s reflection. Kelly said he feels the same way, saying Fox helped him realize he can’t bury trauma. They both admitted their relationship is far from perfect with Kelly calling it “ecstasy and agony.”
— Guardians of The Galaxy Volume Three will be getting a new cast member. Will Poutler will join the cast, playing Adam Warlock. Writer and director James Gunn took to Twitter Monday, officially welcoming Poutler to the cast, writing “he’s an amazing actor and wonderful guy. See you in a couple of weeks.” The movie is set to start shooting later this year and is slated to come out in May of 2023.
(Los Gatos, CA) — Dave Chappelle’s new Netflix stand up special “The Closer,” is up against backlash. It comes as many in the LGBTQ+ community are slamming his jokes surrounding trans people and the impact of the “cancel culture” concept. Netflix CEO Ted Sandros is defending Chappelle, and offered guidance on how managers should handle employees who are upset with the special. Three Netflix staffers are currently suspended after they stormed a meeting in which the guidance was offered.
(Kennett Square, PA) — Former Real Housewives of Orange County star Megan King is married. She tied the knot with longtime lover Cuffe Owens. He’s actually President Joe Biden’s nephew. The couple held a small ceremony at the groom’s childhood home in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, and the president was in attendance. King shared the news on Instagram, saying her and Owens “just knew” they were meant to be.
(New York, NY) — Aladdin is set to return to New York City’s Broadway today after a coronavirus outbreak among vaccinated cast and crew members. The company was forced to cancel several shows over the past two weeks, going dark for twelve days. The company was hoping to use the break to combat any other potential breakthrough cases. The first cancellation came a half-hour before September 28th’s evening show, with the musical promising refunds for audience members.
(West Hollywood, CA) — The Hollywood Foreign Press Association will still be recognizing this year’s films even though NBC says it will not air the Golden Globe’s Ceremony. The HFPA sent a letter to studios on Friday, explaining the rules for the 79th annual awards. In the letter, the committee said is still plans to recognize performances but did not provide any context on how people would be able to see it.