Jennifer Aniston tells In Style Weekly Magazine that she misses ”Friends.” ”I started to find my confidence when I was on ‘Friends’, for sure. In a way, being on that show was the ultimate trust exercise. There was comfort in numbers there, so we all held each other up. I miss a lot about that time. Having a job that was absolute, pure joy. I miss getting to be with people I love massively and respect beyond words. So, yes, these days I’m super nostalgic. Anything can make me go, ‘Aww.’ When I think back on the ’90s, it makes me nostalgic — period. They were simpler times. This is going to sound odd, but there was a sense of safety in the world.”
Billy Ray Cyrus tells Entertainment Tonight that he thinks Hannah Montana may get rebooted. ”I have a feeling it might. It could. Everything is possible. Certainly worth thinking about. It sounds fun to me. I’ve always wanted like a prequel. When you look at the realism of ‘Hannah Montana’ and where she started as that 12-year-old, 13-year-old girl … well there was a whole life for ‘Hannah Montana’ that happened before that.”
The NY Post says Channing Tatum has quit social media. He posted, “I’m gonna go and just be in the real world for a while and off my phone. I’ll probably come back at some point. But if i do i want to have direction or a clear point of view of why I’m on here and what I’m putting out there.”
Nicolas Cage tells the NY Times that he got rid of his king cobras. ”I did have two king cobras, and they were not happy. They would try to hypnotize me by showing me their backs, and then they’d lunge at me. After I told that story on Letterman, the neighborhood wasn’t too pleased that I had cobras, so I had them re-homed in a zoo.”
Woody Harrelson tells Esquire magazine that his biggest regret is turning down ”Jerry Maguire.” “I was offered–what’s the ‘Show me the money’ movie? Jerry Maguire? I was offered Jerry Maguire, and I said to Jim [James L. Brooks, one of the film’s producers], ‘Nobody is going to give a **** about an agent’.”
People magazine says Bachelorette star Tyler Cameron recently missed a court appearance in Palm Beach County, Florida because he was on a date with Gigi Hadid. He was scheduled to address a careless driving citation he received in May. Tyler will have to pay $322 in tickets, fines and fees as well as take an eight -hour driving course.
Mental Floss says a Sopranos fan convention is coming to New Jersey on November 23rd and 24th. Fans will be able to meet cast members Tony Sirico, aka Paulie Walnuts, and others. Trivia, fan art and food will also be available. VIP tickets cost $750 while regular tickets cost $50
Mashable claims Seth Rogen’s new superhero comedy series ”The Boys” recently received a one-star review from journalist Ashley Feinberg. She wrote, “The Boys should really just use its one-star reviews as promo material”
Seth embraced the poor review and tweeted, ”Advice taken! Check out The Boys on Amazon Prime!”
Naughty Gossip says Macaulay Culkin responded yesterday to reports that “Home Alone” is getting rebooted. He posted a picture of himself on the Internet that showed him wearing a hairband, a stained wife-beater t-shirt over his pot belly, stained shorts and a plaid shirt. Macaulay was surfing the net while eating a nasty-looking plate of food.
He captioned the shot with, ”This is what an updated Home Alone would actually look like.”
The Tampa Bay Times says a man claiming to be William Shatner’s biological son has gotten permission to change his name from Peter Sloan to Peter Shatner. Peter has tried for decades to get his alleged father to take a DNA test. Sloan says he was conceived when his mother and William had a one night stand in 1956 in Toronto. The two once met and hugged before William said he would never go public with their relationship.
Entertainment Tonight claims Hollywood bad boy Danny Trujillo is being hailed as a hero for rescuing a young girl from an overturned car. Two vehicles collided yesterday in Los Angeles before Trejo and a fellow bystander rescued the trapped girl from the wreckage. The victims were taken to area hospitals with non-life-threatening injuries.