New Fab Four doc approved by Sir Paul McCartney; The Bachelorette tests positive for COVID; Star Wars spinning off, again — here’s all the entertainment news and gossip you missed over the last week from Hollywood.
Entertainment News: Fab Four Documentary
Sir Paul McCartney is highly touting The Beatles: Get Back. It’s an upcoming documentary film from The Lord of the Rings director Peter Jackson.
New Star Wars Spinoff
Good news for Star Wars fans. Disney+ announced the new series, The Book of Boba Fett, would be streaming in 2021.
COVID Strikes The Bachelorette
Former The Bachelorette and last season’s Dancing With the Stars winner, Kaitlyn Bristowe, has tested positive for COVID-19. She and her beau, Jason Tartick, warned others how easily the virus can be transmitted in a powerful social media post.
Chrissy Teigen reflected on her post-pregnancy body, following the tragic miscarriage of her third child with John Legend. Sadly, it still reminds her of “what could have been.”
A Peek at The Pearsons
This Is Us returns for the second half of Season 5 in January, and there’s plenty of big story yet to unfold. Chrissy Metz, who plays Kate, gives viewers a sneak peek.
Wonder-ful Woman News
A fan of the ‘70s series Wonder Woman? Actress Lynda Carter has good news: the complete series is now streaming. Find out where here.
A slew of Hollywood stars, including Matt Bomer, Leah Remini, and Allison Janney, shared their wishes to all for a very Merry Christmas. Law & Order: SVU stars Mariska Hargitay and Kelli Giddish spread the holiday joy to their fans, too. Hargitay also posted a flashback photo of her much younger self and a teen idol that is an absolute must-see.
Station 19 and Grey’s Anatomy star Jason George took to social media to address how to navigate through family holiday gatherings and hot topics like politics. Plus, he mentioned the one issue everyone can agree on.
With more people stuck at home for the holidays during the COVID crisis, Soap Hub is sharing a list of TV recommendations you might want to check out. You can read all about them here.
The Wright Stuff
House of Cards alumna Robin Wright is taking on a new role. Well, actually, two of them. She’s set to direct her first feature film, Land, which she’ll also be starring in.
A Sad Farewell
Three-time Tony-nominated actress Rebecca Luker passed away at the age of 59. She had been suffering from ALS, AKA Lou Gehrig’s disease.
Entertainment News: You Say It’s Your Birthday
Which Hollywood stars celebrated with cake and candles, this week? The birthday bunch includes the legendary Jane Fonda and Sissy Spacek; Grey’s Anatomy star Chris Carmack; pop star Ricky Martin; and Harry Shearer, who voices The Simpsons’ Ned Flanders.