Life & Style Weekly Magazine claims some Hollywood producers want Jennifer Garner to play Melania Trump in a new movie about the First Lady’s life. A source tells the magazine, “There’s been a lot of interest in a movie or miniseries about Melania, and the role could be a game-changer for whoever lands the coveted part. It’s one of the juiciest characters being cast right now.”
Closer Weekly Magazine claims Meghan Markle is now speaking with a British accent. A source tells the magazine, “Meghan’s definitely picked up the English accent and I’ve heard her use Britishisms/ Like ‘I’m knackered’ — which means ‘tired’ — since Archie was born.”
Radar Online claims Halle Berry may buy a gun because a man recently tried to break into her home with a fake deed. A source tells the website, “With all the tactical gun training Halle had in making that movie, you’d have to be crazy to try and rob her.”
Deadline Hollywood says a Neil Diamond musical is headed to Broadway. The play will chronicle his life. Neil says, “I’ve always loved Broadway. The inspiration for many of my early songs came from shows like West Side Story, My Fair Lady and Fiddler on the Roof, so it seems only fitting to bring my songs to The Great White Way. I’m honored and excited to be working with this great team.”
The Drinks Business website claims Gordon Ramsay has signed a $100 million deal to open 100 new restaurants in America by 2024. A private equity firm is funding the restaurant launch. Restaurants will include Gordon Ramsay Steak, Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill, and Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips. The Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas sells $20,000 worth of fish and chips each day.
Inside Edition claims Hugh Jackman was recently performing his song and dance show in St Paul, Minnesota when he stopped his concert to allow Joe Kripal to propose to his girlfriend, Sana Ahmed. She accepted as the crowd went wild.
E! News says Tom Holland and Jake Gyllenhaal recently visited a children’s hospital in Los Angeles where they screened ”Spider-Man: Far From Home” for patients and their families. Tom Holland wore his Spider-Man costume while Jake Gyllenhaal wore his Mysterio costume.
New Weekly Magazine claims the cast of ”Friends” is allegedly worried about Matthew Perry’s sobriety. A source tells the Australian magazine, “Nobody would be surprised if [the ‘Friends’ stars] intervene and send him back to rehab. They know how he’s struggled with sobriety/ “If he isn’t sober, they’re discussing whether to stage an intervention for him. Perry’s troubles are one of the reasons why the ‘Friends’ reunion has stalled yet again.”