MOVIE: Quentin Tarantino is developing a new movie about the Manson murders. Brad Pitt and Jennifer Lawrence have been approached so far.
WOW: Clint Eastwood has a new movie called ''The 15:17 to Paris” about the 2015 train attack involving 3 U.S. Armed Forces members. The actual soldiers; Anthony Sadler, Alek Skarlatos and Spencer Stone will, star as themselves, because Clint was unhappy with the actors who auditioned.
DUNZO: NBC has canceled ''The Biggest Loser.''
MONEY: The Floyd Mayweather-Conor McGregor fight on Saturday, August 26th will cost $89.95 on pay-per-view plus $10 more for high definition.
CREEPY: ''Michael Jackson's Halloween'' animated special has been picked up by CBS. It's about two millennials and a dog who venture into a creepy hotel, and it will feature the King of Pop's music and voiceovers by Brad Garrett, Lucy Liu and Jim Parsons.
CHOP CHOP: Harry Styles chopped off his hair for his role in the new movie 'Dunkirk'. Harry said quote, “I assumed when auditioning for a movie based on World War II, I’d probably have to have a trim. It was a little breezy behind the ears, which was nice.''
GAMER: The Weeknd requests that a 100-inch TV be in his dressing room before his concerts so he can relax and play 'Mario Kart' before his set.
THE BEYHIVE IS BUZZING: Rumors are circulating that Beyonce went into labor last night but nothing has been officially confirmed.
HONORING THE CAPED CRUSADER: The Bat Signal will be shown in LA to honor Adam West
LAWYERED UP! After ABC halted production on “Bachelor in Paradise” to investigate an alleged sexual encounter with DeMario Jackson, Corinne Olympios has broken her silence. She said in a statement that she's hired an attorney and added, “As a woman, this is my worst nightmare and it has now become my reality.”
CASH ME IN THE ARENA: Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor will fight August 26th in Las Vegas. The fight could make $600 million
SMELLS LIKE COMPRESSED WOOD: People magazine claims Ikea is developing their own cologne. The company says they are trying to replicate the smells in their stores. I just hope the bottles are as frustrating to open as their furniture is to assemble.