Deadline.com has reported that Miley Cyrus is set to star in Woody Allen’s upcoming Amazon series. Last January, Allen signed a deal with Amazon, which he admits that he regrets, to produce his first-ever TV series for the site’s streaming service. The series will consist of six half-hour-episodes that will reportedly take place in the 1960s.
Just because you’re worth millions, doesn’t mean you want to pay parking tickets. According to the Daily Mail via The Sun, Ed Sheeran tried to pull a fast one on the parking police by using the same parking ticket twice while shopping with his girlfriend, Cherry Seaborn. The 24-year-old reportedly tried to use the printed ticket again after re-parking his car at a different location to avoid getting another ticket.
E! News has reported that Mariah Carey and her fiance James Packer are renting a $250,000 per month home in the Kardashian’s neighborhood. According to sources, the 18,000-square foot Calabasas home is part of The Oaks double gated community — which means they aren’t very far from Kris Jenner and NBA baller Chris Paul. Reports have also said that Mariah’s deal on the home is lease with an option to buy.
A rep for Chris Rock has responded to Oscars producer Reginald Hudlin’s recent statement regarding his opening monologue. As previously reported, Hudlin toldEntertainment Tonight that since the #OscarsSoWhite controversy, Rock has had to rethink the whole show. He explained, “Chris is hard at work. He and his writing staff locked themselves in a room. As things got a little provocative and exciting, he said, ‘I’m throwing out the show I wrote and writing a new show.'”
Matthew Perry admits that his addiction to alcohol and prescription drugs during his time on Friends made several of the seasons a total blur for him. When asked what his least favorite episode of the show was, he told BBC Radio 2, “I think the answer is I don’t remember three years of it, so none of those. I was a little out of it at the time. Somewhere between seasons 3 and 6.”
Kim Cattrall believes that women reach their “expiration date” in Hollywood at the age of 35. The 59-year-old discussed her experience in the industry with ABC saying, “I’ve turned down a lot of work where I felt that I would be playing someone who was basically something grotesque or a cosmetic joke or something that had such negative connotations.” Kim went say, “Younger is not where it’s at. Older and feeling young is where it’s at.” She is currently working on a new Netflix series called Sensitive Skin about a former model trying to come to terms with middle age.
Sisters co-stars Amy Poehler and Tina Fey are reuniting on Saturday to honour Carol Burnett at the Screen Actors Guild Awards. Carol will be receiving the lifetime achievement award. Previous recipients include Dick Van Dyke, Mary Tyler Moore, James Earl Jones, Julie Andrews, Angela Lansbury, and Sidney Poitier.
The sequel to 1982’s Blade Runner is officially happening now that Warner Bros. has signed on to distribute the film in the U.S. and Sony will handle the rest of the world. Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford will co-star in the movie which begins filming in July. Sicario’s Denis Villeneuve will direct.
Jon Hamm’s first Golden Globe for Mad Men didn’t come without complications. He explained Vanity Fair over the weekend at Sundance that he received his trophy with his name misspelled. Jon said, “I was like, ‘Oh man. Uh, guys, there’s no ‘H’.” Jon also revealed that they never bothered to send him a new plaque with correct spelling. He also suggested that they just go with the full Jonathan to avoid any confusion next time.