Tom Cruise to be replaced for Jack Reacher TV series, creator cites actor's

Jack Reacher author Lee Child agrees with fans of his books: Tom Cruise is too short for the movie role. So the character’s creator says a new deal is in place to adapt the property as a television series with a fresh face. BBC Radio Manchester host Mike Sweeney broached the subject of Cruise’s stature …

See Dierks Bentley, Rascal Flatts, Kacey Musgraves read country music Mean Tweets

Kacey Musgraves, Luke Combs, Brothers Osborne, and Old Dominion came away winners at the CMA Awards last night, but along with those accolades thrown their way were some nasty insults, which they gamely recited on the latest edition of Mean Tweets. The aforementioned country music stars — along with such artists as Jake Owen, Rascal …

New Zealand newspaper confuses Spike Lee for late Stan Lee in obituary headline

Stan Lee probably would have enjoyed this. In its front page obit for the Marvel Comics legend, the Gisborne Herald of New Zealand referred to the late Lee as Spike Lee — the African-American director responsible for the recent BlacKkKlansman and She’s Gotta Have It. The paper even ran a top-of-the-fold photo of the late Lee, …

John Rogers, president of Comic-Con International, dies

John Rogers, who was the longest-serving president of Comic-Con International, has died. The San Diego Comic-Con twitter page announced the sad news on Saturday, writing, “It is with profound sadness that we announce the passing of John Rogers, President of Comic-Con. John died on Saturday, November 10, 2018, as a result of complications from glioblastoma, …

Kanye West, Kid Cudi make controversy-free, entertaining live Kids See Ghosts

Kanye West and Kid Cudi’s official live debut as Kids See Ghosts was the opposite of the last time they were seen onstage together. Sunday’s closing set of Camp Flog Gnaw at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles wasn’t Saturday Night Live; there was no MAGA hat, no political statements, no horrified SNL cast members, and …

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald is a fantastical film with too

There might not be a more gorgeous-looking movie this year than Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald. Nearly every moment is visually ravishing — from the weird, wondrous creatures and sumptuous costumes to the fog-banked spires and cobblestones of 1920s London and Paris, all strewn with the dazzling fairy dust of J.K. Rowling’s singular imagination. …

Mary Poppins Returns brings a wonder woman back to this week's EW cover

“Everybody’s walking around with their cheeks a little pinker, and you just know that everybody…they’ve got a secret. They’ve got something really good under wraps until Christmas.” That’s the picture Meryl Streep paints for EW of the set of Mary Poppins Returns, Disney’s high-stakes, high-magic sequel to the 1964 musical classic. Any number of elements …

Chuck Lorre creates his 600th vanity card for The Big Bang Theory

The Big Bang Theory had a very special ending tonight. The sitcom’s co-creator and executive producer Chuck Lorre created his 600th vanity card for the end of the comedy. For those who aren’t familiar with his long-running tradition, Lorre has been sharing his hopes, dreams, and yuks after the final credits of his sitcoms for …

Watch the Fantastic Beasts: Crimes of Grindelwald world premiere live stream

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald will hit theaters next Friday, but you can get a taste of the (Hollywood) magic a week early. The world premiere is happening Thursday at the UCG Ciné Cité Bercy Cinema in Paris, and you can watch the red carpet from anywhere on PeopleTV. The live stream will start …