Taylor Swift has been spending her down time in between albums spending time with her boyfriend, Calvin Harris, but she may have found the time to film a cameo for the new X-Menmovie, X-Men: Apocalypse, which hits theaters on May 18th. The cat was let out of the bag by actress Sophie Turner who plays a young Jean Grey in the movie.
Every May 1st, memes pop up making fun of Justin Timberlake and how he says the word “me” on NSYNC’s “It’s Gonna Be Me.” The singer tweeted on Friday, April 29th, “Everybody . . . It is ACTUALLY GONNA BE MAY!#canyoumemeyourself . . . Probably not, right?”
Michael Strahan’s exit from Live! may be more welcome than previously reported. Sources close to the show tell Page Six that the former NFL star hasn’t exactly been the easiest person to work with. The insiders claim that it was clear that Michael was only using the show as a stepping stone toward something more lucrative. Kelly Ripa was reportedly resentful of Michael’s lack of devotion to the show which created an icy relationship when the cameras weren’t rolling. Another media source said, “When he doesn’t need to be on, he shuts down and can be selfish.”
Reports have surfaced claiming that Prince entered an outpatient treatment program just before his death. According to Minneapolis’ KSTP 5 Eyewitness News, he attended the rehab center to “move away from using medication prescribed to treat his severe pain.”
Will Ferrell will no longer be playing Ronald Reagan in a new comedy making light of his battle with Alzheimer’s. The news comes after major public backlash and a statement on Friday (April 29th) from the Alzheimer’s Association condemning the film.
Prince’s family is getting a little help from comedian George Lopez while his estate is still being worked out in court. George gave $20,000 to support their living expenses since the late singer’s assets are currently frozen. Prince was supporting his family before his death but did not leave a will behind. It is expected that his $150 million fortune will be divided up in the coming weeks.
The upcoming Ghostbusters reboot has broken records on YouTube, but it’s not for the most viewed movie trailer. Apparently it’s the most disliked movie trailer on the site. The video has amassed over 600,000 dislikes since it was posted in March. It is the first movie trailer to break into the Top 100 least-liked videos. According to The Daily Dot, it is believed that people have actually built bots to automate dislikes and are actively trying to get the video over a million thumbs downs before it hits theaters in July.