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Netflix reveals first 'Stranger Things' season two photos

(NEW YORK) -- If you're one of the many Stranger Things fans who are anxiously waiting for the hit sci-fi drama's second season to begin, Netflix has just given us a sneak peek with some new photos. Speaking of season two -- word is it begins a year after Noah Schapp's character, Will Byers, returns to the town of Hawkins, and everything seems perfectly normal.  But this being Stranger Things, you know things are going to get pretty weird, pretty soon. In addition to Schapp, Stranger Things stars Winona Ryder, David Harbour, Millie Bobbie Brown, Finn Wolfhard, Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb…

posted 2017-02-14 18:00:01 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

'Beauty and the Beast' star Luke Evans says playing Gaston is an 'honor'

(NEW YORK) -- Beauty and the Beast live-action star Luke Evans said playing Gaston is an “honor.” “You’re bringing an animated character that people have known for so long to life,” Evans, 37, said on Good Morning America Monday. “It’s an honor, but it’s so much fun. I couldn’t go far enough with the character. It was just brilliant.” Evans, whose Hollywood resume includes movies like The Fast and the Furious, The Hobbit and The Girl on the Train, said getting to be a part of the revamped Beauty and the Beast was “very, very near the top, if not the…

posted 2017-02-14 14:01:02 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Robert Downey, Jr. to star in movie based on podcast

(LOS ANGELES) -- Robert Downey Jr. will go from from superhero to con artist for an upcoming movie. The Captain America: Civil War star will head the cast of a currently untitled film directed by Boyhood director Richard Linklater, based on an episode of the Reply All podcast that aired in January, called "Man of the People,” according to Variety. The film is based on the true story of Dr. John Brinkley, a scam artist who rose to fame by fooling people into thinking he was a real doctor, with a cure for a number of male ailments. Dr. Morris Fishbein, an…

posted 2017-02-14 12:00:57 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Rey and Kylo Ren share 'connection' according to "Star Wars" database

(NEW YORK) -- On Monday, fans and sites covering Star Wars lost their minds when they noticed an alleged update to the official bios of Rey and Kylo Ren. The Star Wars site now makes it clear that the two characters are connected in some way. Now, this could be nothing or it could be something big, it won't be known until The Last Jedi comes out in December. "She rejected this call to destiny, but was captured by the dark side warrior Kylo Ren, with whom she shared a strange connection," Rey's bio reads, while Kylo's reads, "A mysterious…

posted 2017-02-14 10:00:43 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

"The Bachelor" recap: Corinne's caper backfires, Raven gets a rose

(NEW YORK) -- On Monday night’s new episode of The Bachelor, Nick Viall managed to bounce back after a dismal week in St. Thomas, cancelling both the scheduled cocktail party and the rose ceremony, to set out for Bimini with the remaining six women. Vanessa scored the first one-on-one date, taking a yacht to the site of a shipwreck to do some snorkeling and underwater kissing with Nick. Emboldened by how well the day had gone, she decided to confess her love for Nick at dinner, but was disappointed by his hesitancy to do the same. Having never had a…

posted 2017-02-14 08:00:35 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

"Playboy" is publishing nude photos again

(LOS ANGELES) --  Playboy is returning to its roots. Though a representative for Playboy Enterprises, Inc. announced in 2015 that the magazine would no longer feature nudity, the company's chief operating officer, Cooper Hefner, Hugh Hefner's son, confirmed on Monday that's no longer the case. The change will go into effect with the March/April 2017 issue. "I'll be the first to admit that the way in which the magazine portrayed nudity was dated, but removing it entirely was a mistake," Hefner said in a statement. "Nudity was never the problem because nudity isn't a problem. Today we're taking our identity…

posted 2017-02-14 08:00:34 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Rachel Lindsay Is New "Bachelorette"

(LOS ANGELES) -- It's official.  Rachel Lindsay -- already a fan favorite on the current season of The Bachelor -- will be handing out roses and searching for love as the star of the next season of The Bachelorette, set to begin May 22 on ABC. The announcement came on Monday night's episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live! Of course the announcement is a bit of a spoiler, since on the currently airing episodes of  The Bachelor, Rachel has yet to be sent home.  "I think it's safe to say your hometown date with Nick did not go as planned?," Kimmel…

posted 2017-02-14 05:00:25 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Tia Carrere "parties on" for the 25th anniversary of "Wayne's World"

(CHICAGO) -- Wayne's World, the iconic 1990s movie comedy starring Mike Meyers and Dana Carvey as Wayne Campbell and Garth Algar respectively, turns 25 on Tuesday, and Tia Carrere, who played Wayne's girlfriend Cassandra, was among those heading to the city of Aurora, Illinois, where the film is set, for a number of events this month marking the anniversary. Carrere, who starred in the original film, as well as its 1993 sequel, says she turned down a potential role on the hit TV series Baywatch so she could play Cassandra. She tells ABC 7's Windy City Live in Chicago, "I read this…

posted 2017-02-14 05:00:23 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Tom Cruise's mother has passed away at age 80

(LOS ANGELES) -- Tom Cruise's mother, Mary Lee South, has died, a representative for Cruise confirmed to ABC News. According to People, South died peacefully in her sleep last week. The magazine reports she has dealt with health issues in recent years, and a memorial service was held in her honor at her local Church of Scientology this past weekend. Cruise attended the memorial along with his sisters, Lee Ann DeVette, Cass Mapother and Marian Henry, People said. Cruise was close with his mother throughout his life, People reported, and she encouraged him to participate in a local theater group…

posted 2017-02-14 05:00:21 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio


20th anniversary of Princess Diana's death to be marked with four-hour ABC documentary

(NEW YORK) -- Twenty years ago this August, the world lost the "People's Princess," Princess Diana.  That anniversary will be commemorated in August with a two-night, four-hour primetime documentary airing on ABC.  “Even 20 years after her untimely death, Princess Diana’s legacy continues to impact our world,” said ABC programming executive Robert Mills in a statement. “Our special will honor her memory and all the good that she did in her tragically brief life."  The documentary, produced in partnership with People magazine, will use interviews with those closest to Diana, as well as experts and archival footage to show how…

posted 2017-02-13 18:00:00 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

A year ago, Adele predicted her George Michael do-over

Adele shocked Grammy viewers last night by stopping her George Michael tribute performance of "Fastlove" about a minute in, cursing, and then asking for a do-over, which she received.  But it turns out that Adele had predicted the whole incident -- kind of -- a year ago on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. As you may recall, last year, Adele's Grammy performance of her song "All I Ask" was marred by technical issues beyond her control.  Appearing shortly afterwards on Ellen, Adele responded to the host's question of whether or not she had wanted to start over by saying, "Next time…

posted 2017-02-13 14:00:59 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Nick Cannon says he's leaving "America's Got Talent," claims NBC threatened to fire him

(LOS ANGELES) -- Nick Cannon is saying farewell to NBC's America's Got Talent after network executives threatened to fire him, he claims, over a joke he made during his upcoming Showtime comedy special, Stand Up, Don't Shoot. In a lengthy Facebook post, the comedian-actor explained his decision to leave the hit show after eight seasons. "I write this from a deeply saddened and dolorous mindset. After days of deliberating over some extremely disappointing news that I was being threatened with termination by Executives because of a comedy special that was only intended to bring communities closer together, I was to…

posted 2017-02-13 12:00:56 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio