TMZ claims mass murderer Charles Manson died last night at the age of 83. Manson was hospitalized earlier this year for intestinal bleeding. He had been incarcerated for 46 years for murdering actress Sharon Tate and her family in 1969. Manson and his Manson family also murdered a Beverly Hills couple. He got the death penalty in 1971, but it was ruled unconstitutional so he was given 9 consecutive life sentences.
TMZ claims Harrison Ford is being hailed as a hero for helping a woman who crashed yesterday on a California highway. Harrison was following the woman when she ran off the road and down an embankment. Harrison stopped and pulled the woman to safety before medics arrived and treated her.
TMZ claims Jennifer Hudson and David Otunga broke up after he confronted her about allegedly dating music producer Mali Music. Otunga believes Jennifer and Music had been having a secret affair for months. The two became friends several years ago when she hired him to perform at a party for her. Jennifer once called Mali a ‘dream artist’.
The Star claims Tom Selleck has turned down a role on the Magnum PI reboot. A source tells the magazine; “They wanted Tom to portray Magnum’s aging mentor, but he doesn’t want to play some old guy. Tom is too old to play a thirtysomething action hero, and hearing their suggestion just reminded him of his age. So, he’s totally soured on the whole thing; he wants no part of it.” But
The Blast claims Serena Williams rented a $25,000 Merry-Go-Round for her wedding. She and Alexis Ohanian also had carnival rides, pinball machines and Skee-Ball at their reception last week. Footwear News claims Serena danced at her wedding in crystal-covered Nikes.
The Wrap claims the next Star Wars movie, “The Last Jedi”, is the longest Star Wars movie ever with a runtime of 2 hours, 30 minutes
Deadline.com claims Dave Chappelle’s next comedy special for Netflix will debut on New Year’s Eve.
Hooray for Hollywood: Here are this past weekend’s box office results.
- Justice League — $96 million (Cinema Scoop: Justice League The film cost $300 million to produce and market.)
- Wonder — $27.1 million
- Thor: Ragnarok — $21.8 million
- Daddy’s Home 2 — $14.8 million
- Murder on the Orient Express — $13.8 million