Justin Timberlake & Kate Winslet appear in Woody Allen's next film

Not much is known about Woody Allen's latest project but it seems to be set in 1950s New York and features Justin Timberlake, Kate Winslet, James Belushi, and Juno Temple. It is due to be released next year. Click the article for pictures of the two in the title.


Taylor Kitsch is 'Canada Forever' talks the World Cup of Hockey

NHL.com blogger spoke with Kitsch about his love of hockey and trying to keep up with the tournament while he's in London filming 'American Assassin'.

He also talked about the time he met his idol, Steve Yzerman, while in Detroit to watch a friend play an exhibition game: "I was too much of a wimp to say anything," Kitsch said. "I watched him go by and then I literally called myself out and screamed his name. And he stopped. You had to stop because I yelled it. And he was probably 20 yards away and I kind of did an awkward wave and he came by and I just told him what a big fan I was. At first he was looking at me, like, how did I get down here, but he was nothing but a gentleman and gracious."

Kitsch played competitive hockey until a knee injury ended his hope of a professional career while he was playing junior hockey in the BCHL. He grew up a Detroit Red Wings fan and is rooting for team Canada in the World Cup, but mentions how impressed he was with team North America.

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Hockey post! Who is ready for Russia v. Canada tonight?

Barbra Streisand drags Trump in Huffington Post op-ed.

-Says media is too entertained to call out Trump's lies.
-Trump projects his own flaws onto other people.
-Trump's m.o. is to "stiff the little guy."
-Calls him a bully and coward.
-Some men are afraid of strong women (Hillary).
-Calls Trump "a guy who looks like a raccoon in a tanning bed." lmao


Britney Spears Inspired the Backstreet Boys’ Las Vegas Residency

- The Backstreet Boys‘ Larger Than Life Las Vegas residency was just announced on Friday.
- AJ McLean revealed that a conversation with Britney Spears, which took place backstage at her own Vegas show, Piece of Me, inspired the beloved boy band to commit to a residency:
“We’ve known Brit for years. Me and Kevin went to see her show earlier this year and right before it started she had me come up to her dressing room to take a selfie with us. We started talking and I was asking lots of questions [about her show], like ‘How do you like this? Is it cool? ‘Cause we’re trying to do the same thing'. She literally said, ‘This is the best job ever!’ She said that it’s hard work, but easy in the sense that you get to be with your family more than when you’re on tour, and have somewhat of a normal life.”
- McLean says the show will include the famed band’s greatest hits as well as potential solo performances and acoustic sets.


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Friday Night TV Ratings: MacGyver Premieres Well, The Exorcist Underperforms

On Friday, two networks aired new reboot TV series. On a low rated night, CBS's MacGyver came out as the top rated show of the night. Although critics panned the series (22% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes), viewers stills turned out to watch the reboot of the beloved popular 1980s TV series.
On the otherhand, FOX's The Exorcist, based on the film series, was much more favorably reviewed (71% approval rating), but it could not draw much of an audience.