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Lady Gaga says in deleted scene, her and Salma Hayek's 'House of Gucci' characters "developed a sexual relationship"

Last year, Ridley Scott, the director of Lady Gaga's latest film House of Gucci, told the ReelBlend podcast that he wanted to release a director's cut of the movie.  Now Gaga is hinting that the director's cut may include scenes that show her character, Patrizia, and Salma Hayek's character, Pina, being, well...more than friends. PopCrave has posted a clip from a panel on the film hosted by MGM…


'Book of Boba Fett' co-star Rory Ross on living out his lifelong dream of being in that galaxy far, far away

Actor Rory Ross has been a Star Wars fan since he was six years old, when he spent a month in Iowa Children's Hospital, battling a rare fungal condition. He tells ABC Audio he calls it "crazy" his life has "come full circle," with parts in both The Book of Boba Fett, and the upcoming Obi-Wan Kenobi series. "That first day [in the hospital] my mom [brought me] Star Wars: A New Hope," he explains.…


Broadway to dim its lights tonight for Sidney Poitier

At 7:45 p.m. Wednesday, Broadway will dim its lights in honor of stage and screen legend Sidney Poitier. The legendary actor and activist, who died at 94 on January 6, made his debut on the Great White Way 75 years ago in an all-Black revival of Lysistrata, and went on to earn a Best Actor Tony nomination for creating the role of Walter Lee Younger in Lorraine Hansberry's groundbreaking drama A…


Gaspard Ulliel, award-winning 'Hannibal Rising' and 'Moon Knight' star, dead in ski accident at 37

Gaspard Ulliel, an award-winning French actor who starred in the acclaimed film A Very Long Engagement and the prequel Hannibal Rising, has died after a skiing accident, reports The Guardian. The actor, who will appear in the upcoming Disney+ Marvel show Moon Knight was 37.  Quoting French media outlet France Bleu, the Guardian noted Ulliel collided with another skier in the Alps Wednesday, but…


In Brief: 'Game' over for Ellen at NBC; 'Picard' returning March 3, and more

NBC has canceled the Ellen Degeneres game show Ellen’s Game of Games after four seasons, coinciding with the conclusion of DeGeneres' long-running daytime talk show, Ellen, set to end in the spring after 19 seasons, according to Deadline. DeGeneres served as host and executive producer of Ellen’s Game of Games, which includes supersized versions of the most popular games from the talk show...…


Willem Dafoe to make his 'SNL' debut on January 29; Katy Perry will be musical guest

Willem Dafoe is set to make his Saturday Night Live hosting debut on January 29, the late-night comedy series announced on Tuesday. It will be the multiple Oscar nominee's first time on SNL's stage at Studio 8H. Dafoe will be joined by musical guest Katy Perry, who will be making her fourth appearance on the show. The actor can currently be seen in theaters reprising his role as Norman…


When We Were Young Festival

Time for some nostalgia. The When We Were Young festival released its official lineup on Tuesday (Jan. 18), bringing tons of iconic 2000s emo and pop-punk bands including My Chemical Romance, Paramore, Dashboard Confessional, Avril Lavigne, Jimmy Eat World, and more to Las Vegas, Nevada on October 22, 2022. The presale for entry begins Jan. 21 at 7 a.m. ET (10 a.m. PT), with tickets starting at…


Fashion icon Andre Leon Talley dead at 73

Another fashion icon has left us. André Leon Talley has died at age 73.  The former Vogue creative director and editor-at-large died Tuesday while in the hospital battling an unknown illness, TMZ reported.  Talley's illustrious career spans over multiple decades with stints at W magazine, Women's Wear Daily, and the New York Times, however, it was his time with Vogue that he's associated with…


Avril Lavigne talks with Julie Wilson about her new album; upcoming festival

Avril Lavigne's new album, "Love Sux", offers the sounds of early 2000's punk rock. Lavigne, who recently signed with Blink 182 drummer Travis Barker's record label, partners with members of Blink 182 and others to create a nostalgic sound with lyrics that seek to empower. Additionally, expect conversation surrounding the "When We Were Young"  festival line up that puts Avril Lavigne in the…


"Just the way Bob would have wanted" -- Jeff Ross on Bob Saget's "first class" funeral

Bob Saget's longtime friend, fellow comedian and "Roastmaster General" Jeff Ross is dishing on the beloved comedian and Full House patriarch's funeral.  To Page Six, Ross emailed details about last weekend's send-off for Saget, who was found dead in his Florida hotel room on January 9. He was 65. Calling it the "best funeral ever," Ross explained of last Friday's service, "The crowd was…