• Shia LaBeouf and Mia Goth File for Divorce as Actor Is Rumored to Be Dating FKA Twigs

    Shia LaBeouf and Mia Goth are calling it quits after almost two years of marriage.

    Entertainment Tonight
  • Brett Kavanaugh's Body Language Says It All, According To An Expert

    Thanks to Senate confirmation hearings, we now have hours and hours of video of Judge Brett Kavanaugh at our disposal. Kavanaugh has reason to be scared — he has had multiple sexual assault allegations brought against him, and on Thursday, Dr. Christine Blasey Ford is slated to testify in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee about the night he allegedly drunkenly forced himself on her in high school. On Monday night, Kavanaugh and his wife Ashley sat down for a largely friendly interview with Fox News' Martha MacCallum in which he asked for a "fair process where I can be heard and I can defend my integrity" 12 times.

  • ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3’ will apparently still use James Gunn’s script

    Disney is no stranger to directorial drama (just ask Colin Trevorrow, Phil Lord, or Chris Miller), but few controversies have received as much attention as the decision to remove James Gunn from his post as director of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 when inappropriate jokes from his past resurfaced on Twitter. But while he may no longer be behind the camera, his brother seems to be under the impression that his script will still be used. Sean Gunn, the actor who plays Kraglin in the Guardians movies (and is James Gunn's brother in reality), told Tulsa World in an interview that if and when the movie (which is currently on hiatus) gets made, Disney has "every intention" of using the script James Gunn wrote. He wrote both of the previous Guardians movies as well. “I don’t really know yet what’s going on with Guardians 3 ," Sean Gunn said. "I know that Disney still wants to make the movie. I know that they have every intention of using the script that my brother wrote. Obviously, that was a very unfortunate situation for everybody, most of all him, but I am also somebody who had been preparing to spend half a year making that movie and now that’s up in the air." Gunn is alluding to the fact that production on the film shut down shortly after his brother's firing, with Dave Bautista (Drax) going so far as to say that Guardians 3 was “on hold indefinitely.” Bautista, Sean Gunn and the rest of the cast signed a petition back in July to reinstate James Gunn as director, but Disney has said on more than one occasion that it does not plan to bring him back. And yet no replacement director has been announced. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 is still tentatively scheduled to hit theaters in 2020, but the lack of a director obviously throws a wrench in those plans. In the meantime, we'll see the Guardians again next year when Avengers 4 arrives on May 3rd, 2019. Perhaps by then we'll know the fate of Guardians 3 as well.

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  • ‘Big Bang Theory’ Star Johnny Galecki Reveals an Eye-Opening Encounter With Kaley Cuoco (Photo)

    Kaley Cuoco is going into the 12th and final season of “The Big Bang Theory” with wide-eyed anticipation. At least that’s the conclusion to be drawn from a behind-the-scenes photo of Cuoco that her co-star Johnny Galecki shared on his Instagram account Monday, as the CBS sitcom prepared to launch its swan-song run. “New and final season of @bigbangtheory_cbs starts TONIGHT!” Galecki wrote in accompaniment to the photo.

    The Wrap
  • 11 Days After Florence, South Carolinians Are Bracing For The Worst

    Florence exited the U.S. last week after wreaking havoc across swathes of the

  • Mom warns parents after two-year-old dies from common, undiagnosed condition

    "No parent should ever have to hear the words 'I'm sorry but unfortunately she did not survive.'"

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  • Woman says ex pressed for baby, didn't know her plan to kill

    FARGO, N.D. (AP) — A North Dakota woman convicted of killing her pregnant neighbor by cutting the baby from her womb testified Tuesday that her boyfriend had pressured her to "produce a baby" after figuring out she had lied about being pregnant.

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  • Dad calls theme day 'inappropriate' for asking middle school students to dress based on relationship status

    A middle school's "Spirit Week" is being called "inappropriate" by a concerned parent because of its color-themed dress code based on whether the students are single, taken, or it's "complicated."

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  • Trump says he will not consider statehood for Puerto Rico because of San Juan mayor

    President Donald Trump has been criticised as “insensitive” and “disrespectful” after saying he does not support the idea of recognising Puerto Rico as a US state because the mayor of San Juan is “incompetent”. The president made the comments on Monday, suggesting he would not support the idea of Puerto Rican statehood as long as Carmen Yulín Cruz, the mayor of its capital and largest city, remained in office. “With the mayor of San Juan as bad as she is and as incompetent as she is, Puerto Rico shouldn’t be talking about statehood until they get some people that really know what they’re doing,” Mr Trump said in an interview with Geraldo Rivera.

    The Independent
  • 10 Fire Pits To Help You Live Your Coziest Fall Life (11 photos)

    These were made for crisp evenings. From House Beautiful

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  • Two Former Kavanaugh Classmates Withdraw Names From Statement Disputing Accuser

    Following publication of The New Yorker’s story about Deborah Ramirez’s allegations, Yale classmates withdraw their names from letter a of support.

    The Cut
  • Michael Rapaport Sues Barstool Sports Over Herpes Accusations, Revenue From Agreement

    Michael Rapaport is calling foul on his former partner Barstool Sports, and he’s filed a lawsuit over it. In a suit filed in federal court in New York on Tuesday, “I Am Rapaport” podcaster has taken Barstool Sports Inc., Barstool founder David Portnoy, and personalities Adam Smith, Kevin Clancy and Eric Nathan to task, saying that he is owed money from his brief business relationship with Barstool, and that Rapaport was defamed by multiple statements saying he has herpes. According to the suit, in 2017 Rapaport and Barstool entered into an agreement in which BSI would “host, market and oversee sales” for Rapaport’s podcast “I Am Rapaport.” The suit goes on to say that BSI agreed that Rapaport would deliver a daily radio show for Barstool on SiriusXM, with BSI agreeing to pay Rapaport $600K for his videos and podcasts and $375,000 for “an in-development daily radio show” on Barstool’s SiriusXM channel.

    The Wrap
  • Aspiring Model Killed While Trying to Sell iPhone on Letgo App

    A Virginia couple says their 23-year-old son was killed when he met someone through an app that helps you buy and sell items to people nearby.

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  • Quarterback decision in Tampa seems to be made

    For a while on Monday night, it appeared that Buccaneers quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick may have done that “something dramatically bad” that could have gotten him yanked from the starting lineup upon Tuesday morning’s return of quarterback Jameis Winston. But then Fitzpatrick forget about a forgettable first half and nearly erased a 20-point deficit with what [more]

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  • Holly Madison's Husband Pasquale Rotella Speaks Out on Split

    ET broke the news that the pair had filed for divorce after four years of marriage.

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  • Bill Cosby To Get Less Than Three Years Behind Bars For 2004 Rape, Says Judge

    Despite heartfelt pleas in victims impact statements and sharp words from lawyers on both sides, Bill Cosby will see the inside of a prison cell for the 2004 rape of Andrea Constand for less than three years, the judge in the Cosby criminal case told a Pennsylvania courtroom Monday. "All I am asking for is justice as the court sees it," a confident Constand said Monday in a short stint on the stand, looking directly at Judge Steven O'Neill. Referring the court and the…

  • 8 Stocks to Sell as Each Forms a Death Cross

    U.S. equities are under pressure on Monday amid fresh U.S.-China trade tensions (Beijing is threatening to abandon discussions) and reports in the political press that Deputy Attorney General Rosenstein — who is in charge of the Mueller investigation — has resigned in anticipation of being fired by President Trump. Subsequent reporting says that Trump and Rosenstein had an extended conversation and will meet on Thursday when Trump returns to Washington D.C. Stocks are weakening on worries the fate of the Russia investigation is tied up with Rosenstein.

  • Washing machines offer a simple explanation for how Trump's trade war could cause sticker shock in America

    The Trump administration on Monday enacted a 10% duty on another $200 billion worth of Chinese products. Another round of tariffs on Chinese imports takes effect Monday, bringing the total value of affected products to $250 billion, roughly half of what the US bought from China in 2017.

    Business Insider
  • Mary Kay Letourneau and Vili Fualaau's daughters speak out about their parents' infamous relationship: 'It doesn't feel any different'

    The 19- and 21-year-old daughters of the notorious couple spoke out in an interview with their parents.

    Yahoo Lifestyle