Jimmy Fallon edited a series of NBC news cast clips featuring Brian Williams to make a surprising cover of Snoop Dogg's "Gin and Juice" for "Late Night." The "Gin and Juice" mash-up isn't the first created by Fallon, as he previously made one of "Rapper's Delight" (Sugarhill Gang), "Regulate" (Warren G) and "Good Vibrations" (Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch).
Courtney Cox sat down with David Letterman on the "Late Show" Monday night to shut down rumors that the cast "Friends" was gearing up for a reunion. Letterman floated the possibility of a "Friends" film, but Cox rejected the notion, replying "that's not gonna happen." Cox added that it's tough to even get the entire cast together for a dinner party: "I mean I can get the girls to come . . ."
John Tuturro has replaced Robert De Niro as the lead man of the upcoming HBO mini-series "Criminal Justice." DeNiro had previously signed on to replace the late James Gandolfini in the U.S. adaptation of Peter Moffat's 2008 BBC drama. The plot centers on Jack Stone (Tuturro), an unscrupulous lawyer who becomes involved in a case defending a young man accused of murdering a girl.
Leonardo DiCaprio is in talks to star in the Steve Jobs biopic with director Danny Boyle ("Slumdog Millionaire") possibly in as director. The film will be based on the "Steve Jobs" biography from Walter Isaacson. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Sony, which acquired the rights to Isaacson's book following the 2011 death of Jobs, has already initiated talks with Boyle.
Tom Hanks has signed up to star in a Cold War thriller rumored to be directed by Steven Spielberg. The director is weighing several options for his next project including "Robopocalypse" and "Montezuma," although Hanks' participation in the Cold War project may help draw in the veteran director. The untitled film comes from a script by Matt Charman.
Jenna Dewan-Tatum, the wife of Channing Tatum, stripped down for the latest Allure Nude Issue. Speaking with the mag, Jenna said that her hubby had no problem with the risqué shoot: "Chan was really on board with it—he knows I'm very comfortable in my own skin . . . I've always been free-spirited, and it was hard to keep clothes on me as a kid."
Tila Tequila is going to be a mother, she announced on Facebook over the weekend. The post featured a pic of her baby bump along with the caption "Surprise!! I'm 10 weeks pregnant!" "I just couldn't hold it in any longer as this brings me so much joy and happiness to know that there is a baby Tila on the way! May God bless my little bundle of joy on this Good Friday! Yayy!"
Joss Whedon ("The Avengers") has released his latest film project, "In Your Eyes," for purchase at Vimeo. The film, written and executive produced by Joss, costs $5 to rent for 72 hours. "In Your Eyes" debuted at the Tribecca film festival on Sunday night and was released to small screens on the same night.
Even with some new mainstream action competition, "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" had no problem finishing as the top box office draw for the third consecutive weekend, easily outpacing the rest of the field despite strong weekends from "Rio 2" and "Heaven is for Real."
Michelle Obama is set to feature on an upcoming episode of ABC's "Nashville" scheduled to air May 7. The episode, titled "All or Nothing With Me," will also feature a guest spot from country singer Kellie Pickler. The pair play themselves, showing up at a charity concert at Fort Campbell organized by the show's character Luke Wheeler (Will Chase), whose tour is cut short following an injury.
Despite having the script prematurely leaked, Quentin Tarantino says he's still at work on "The Hateful Eight." When the leak went down Quentin said he planned on killing the project, which centers on the post Civil War west. "I'm working on a second draft and I will do a third draft but we're reading from the first draft," Tarantino said at a stage reading of the film over the weekend.
After months of speculation, Khloe Kardashian and French Montana have confirmed that they are an item. The pair hit the town in NYC over the weekend, grabbing a slice of pizza from the Star Gourmet & Deli. The next day, the rapper and reality star had lunch at the Lobster House with witnesses noting that French was caressing Khloe's back during the meal.
Lindsay Lohan says she had a miscarriage during the filming of her OWN network docu-series "Lindsay." Without naming the father, Lohan explained that her health condition was the reason for some erratic behavior displayed in the series: "It's a very long story but that's why on the show when it says, 'she doesn't want to come down, she doesn't want to come down.' I couldn't move."
Sean "Diddy" Combs tops The Forbes Five list of Hip-Hop's Wealthiest Artists for a fourth consecutive year. His $700 million is an increase of $120 million from last year thanks to his ever-growing brand that continues to grow with the addition of Revolt TV, the music network of which he's the majority owner. Dr. Dre places second with $550.
Michael B. Jordan has reportedly signed on to join the new crime drama "Men Who Kill." Thus far there is little information about the plot, but Jordan will reportedly play a CIA agent. The project is currently in development by Greg Berlanti and Sarah Schecter. Twentieth Century Fox will oversee the project at the studio level, extending their budding long relationship with Jordan.