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Prince Harry admits that he “didn’t want to grow up” and considered giving up his title — before deciding to create a new role for himself within the royal family.
In an interview with the Mail on Sunday, the 32-year-old revealed that he considered living an ordinary life following his time in the army, calling his time in service the “best escape I’ve ever had.”
“I felt as though I was really achieving something,” Harry said. “I have a deep understanding of all sorts of people from different backgrounds and felt I was part of a team.”
He continued, »
- Stephanie Petit
No job is too big — even when there are pirates involved!
Following the success of Paw Patrol Live!, the pups are adding another show to their tour: Paw Patrol Live!: The Great Pirate Adventure, which kicks off its 17-city 2017 run on Oct. 14 in Dubuque, Iowa, and concludes Dec. 31 in Indianapolis before continuing on in over 100 cities throughout 2018.
In this brand new story, the gang’s all here to help Mayor Goodway throw a Pirate Day Celebration in Adventure Bay. But things go awry when Cap’n Turbot falls into a cavern, and it’s up to Paw Patrol to »
- Jen Juneau and Anya Leon
Molly Sims is in a state of shock after the sudden and unexpected death of her beloved dog, Duke.
The actress announced the sad news on Instagram Friday along with ten of her favorite pooch photos that also featured her three kids; Grey Douglas, 5 months, Scarlett May, 2, and Brooks Alan, 4.
“We are Beyond devastated… Yesterday, we lost our beloved Dukie,” Sims, 44, wrote in a tribute to her deceased 8-year-old.
The mother of three also shared the story of how Duke came in her life after marrying husband Scott Stuber. »
- Karen Mizoguchi
The first point of reference that comes to mind when thinking of “Anchorman” probably isn’t “Alive,” the based-on-a-true-story of a plane crash and cannibalism that delighted audiences back in 1993. Had the first draft of the Will Ferrell comedy made it to production, however, that’s just what we would have gotten — only it would have been newsmen trying to survive rather than soccer players.
Ferrell reveals as much in a new interview with the Ringer, explaining how orangutans equipped with throwing stars factored heavily into the original vision for the film:
“The first version of ‘Anchorman’ is basically the movie ‘Alive,’ where the year is 1976, and we are flying to Philadelphia, and all the newsmen from around the country are flying in to have some big convention. Ron convinces the pilot that he knows how to fly the charter jet, »
- Michael Nordine
Kim revealed that her 4-year-old daughter’s pup is still unnamed (perhaps a belated birthday gift after a celebration at Chuck E. Cheese’s this week) while her niece, whose father is Kourtney’s ex Scott Disick, had settled on the adorable name Honey.
“Sister puppies for North & P! Penelope named hers honey. What should we name ours?” the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star, 36, captioned her photo of the snuggly dogs, propped up in a white basket. »
- Katherine Richter
The 100-year-old two-time Oscar winner was named a Dame Commander in Queen Elizabeth II‘s Birthday Honors list on Saturday, becoming the oldest-ever person to achieve the distinction.
Of the honor, de Havilland said in a statement to People that she is “extremely proud that the Queen has appointed me a Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire.”
“To receive this honor as my 101st birthday approaches is the most gratifying of birthday presents,” she said.
Promoted along »
- Peter Mikelbank
What's the Russian equivalent of Kool-Aid? Whatever it is, it's definitely red – and Oliver Stone has eagerly drunk it down. The trailers for The Putin Interviews, Showtime's four-part series documenting a series of conversations between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Stone, would have you believe that you're going to hear some pretty hard-hitting stuff as the autocrat and the filmmaker face off, Frost-Nixon style. What we got instead was a series of softballs lobbed lovingly in the direction of one of the most powerful and dangerous men in the world. »
Image Source: FX If you got sucked into the crazy world of American Crime Story last year, we have good news: the show has already lined up quite a few stories for future seasons. Now that we know the ideas for seasons two and three have been swapped, we can really dive into the details. In addition to plenty of information about season two (which will focus on the murder of Gianni Versace) and the knowledge that season four will hone in on the Bill Clinton/Monica Lewinsky scandal, season three is shaping up to be pretty intense. So, where will we be going after the O.J. Simpson and Versace cases? We've scrounged up all the details we could find, and we've got good news and bad news. 1. The Story The third season of American Crime Story is about Hurricane Katrina and the aftermath of its devastation in New Orleans. »
- Ryan Roschke
American Crime Story is flipping the scripts on its next two installments.
The Assassination of Gianni Versace will now air as the acclaimed FX anthology series’ second season, ahead of the Katrina edition, our sister site Deadline reports.
Originally, Versace — which is already in production — was expected to shoot first but air after Katrina, which was experiencing a delay due to creative and logistical reasons, FX President John Landgraf told TVLine at the Television Critics Association winter press tour.
“It’s just taken us time, frankly, to get material »
George H.W. Bush’s 93rd birthday was a celebration at sea.
The former president, who turned 93 on Sunday, rang in the occasion by setting sail with his loved ones off their Walker’s Point compound in Kennebunkport, Maine, where he and wife Barbara Bush spend their summers.
Bush’s spokesman Jim McGrath tells People it was the 41st president’s “first outing on his boat this summer — one very happy former commander in chief!”
Bush posted a photo of the boat ride on Twitter, captioning it: “What better place for the Gampster to have birthday emails read by a truly wonderful granddaughter in law? »
- Tierney McAfee
FX is flipping the order for the next two seasons of its “American Crime Story” anthology series. “The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story” has been moved up to be the second run of the network’s limited series franchise. Production of “Versace” began in April, and it is set to debut in early 2018. “Katrina: American Crime Story,” which had been previously announced as Season 2, will now serve as the third installment, with production beginning in early 2018. Also Read: Dennis Quaid Cast as George W. Bush in 'Katrina: American Crime Story' Ryan Murphy, Nina Jacobson, Brad Simpson, »
- Ryan Gajewski
FX is shuffling around the seasons of “American Crime Story,” moving the Versace-themed installment to Season 2, rather than Season 3, which was the original plan, Variety has learned.
Production on “Katrina” is scheduled to begin in early 2018. Production on “Versace” began this past April and is slated to debut in early 2018.
Titled “The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story,” the installment will explore the murder of fashion designer Gianni Versace, who was killed on the steps of his home in Miami Beach by serial murderer Andrew Cunanan, who killed five other people that year. He committed suicide on a house boat eight days after killing Versace.
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
Female protesters in Ohio injected fiction into the real battle over women’s reproductive rights by wearing the signature red robes and white bonnets donned by the handmaids in the Hulu adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s 1985 dystopian novel, The Handmaid’s Tale.
During the first hearing on Monday for Ohio Senate Bill 145, which is seeking to ban and criminalize most second trimester abortions in the state, women filed into the room wearing the costumes at the State House in Columbus.
Naral ProChoice Ohio documented much of the protest on Twitter, while also recapping statements made during the hearing.
The #OhioHandmaids »
- Lindsay Kimble
The model and actress stepped out in Galveston, Texas, Saturday to attend the commissioning of Navy ship USS Gabrielle Giffords, which was named for the former Arizona Congresswoman and victim of a 2011 Tucson, Arizona, shooting, which left her seriously wounded from a severe brain injury.
“Gabby is one of the funniest, nicest, most thoughtful people I know,” Munn, 36, captioned a photo of herself and Giffords, adding that she herself was serving on the host committee for the commissioning and pointing out that the »
- Jen Juneau
Former President George H.W. Bush sent his first lady a sweet birthday wish on Twitter as she rang in her 92nd birthday.
“Happiest of birthdays to Barbara Pierce of Rye, NY,” the 92-year-old former president wrote on Thursday. “I’m still the luckiest guy in the world.”
A family spokeswoman tells People that former First Lady Barbara Bush is celebrating the occasion by spending a “quiet day” at the family’s summer home, Walker’s Point, in Kennebunkport, Maine.
- Tierney McAfee
While testifying before the Senate Intelligence Committee on Thursday, ousted FBI Director James Comey revealed that he kept notes on his meetings with President Trump because he feared Trump “might lie about the nature” of their talks.
Comey testified that he took detailed written notes following each of his nine conversations with Trump — beginning right after their first meeting on Jan. 6 in Trump Tower — because “of the nature of” Trump.
“I was honestly concerned that he might lie about the nature of our meeting,” Comey said, explaining why he began writing notes as soon as he got into the car »
- Tierney McAfee
The star of the network’s show Nashville will take the stage Wednesday to host the fan-voted awards ceremony honoring the biggest names in country music this year.
“I’m very excited,” Esten, 51, tells People. “I’ve gotten to present, attend a couple , but to host it wasn’t something I expected. I was honored, and I’m looking forward to it.”
Esten has a special connection with the network as »
- Brianne Tracy
After working together on “Fruitvale Station” and “Creed,” director Ryan Coogler and actor Michael B. Jordan are reuniting for “Wrong Answer,” a drama from New Regency and Plan B based on the true story of an Atlanta public school cheating scandal, TheWrap has learned. Based on a 2014 New Yorker article by Rachel Aviv that will be adapted by Ta-Nehisi Coates, the film will see Jordan play Damany Lewis, a math teacher at Atlanta’s Parks Middle School who became involved in a plan to manipulate his underprivileged students’ standardized test scores so the school would not be shut down under George W. Bush’s. »
- Jeremy Fuster
Who better to turn to for fatherhood advice than the former leader of the free world?
“Obama arrived around 7:15 in the evening and left at around 11:30,” a source told People.
Added the insider, “ had tons of security around him.”
Clooney and his wife, international human rights lawyer Amal Clooney — who is pregnant with the couple’s twins — purchased the historic mansion shortly after their September 2014 wedding.
Obama’s visit came after the former president met »
- Phil Boucher and Lindsay Kimble
It's now June 2 ... so it looks like President Trump is passing on the recent tradition of declaring June the month America celebrates Pride. Bill Clinton started the tradition of making June Lgbt Pride month. He did that on June 1, 1999, but tradition was quickly broken when President Bush took office in 2001. During his 8-year tenure Lgbt month was off the books. President Obama resurrected the proclamation on June 1, 2009 and every June 1 thereafter, making the month Lgbt Pride, »
- TMZ Staff
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