Johnny Depp resigns from his role as Grindelwald in ‘Fantastic Beasts 3’ upon request from Warner Bros.
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–Johnny Depp has been forced out of the Fantastic Beasts franchise in the wake of his recent libel case loss in the UK. Depp confirmed the news on Instagram: “I wish to let you know that I have been asked to resign by Warner Bros. from my role as Grindelwald in Fantastic Beasts and I have respected and agreed to that request.”
–Hailey Bieber says that Us Weekly is about to post a story that she’s pregnant, but she insists it’s not true.
-Crazy Rich Asians hottie Henry Golding and his wife are expecting their first child.
-In an unprecedented twist, Bachelorette star Clare Crawley wrapped her journey early by getting engaged to her frontrunner, Dale Moss, and exited the show. (FWIW, there are Deux Moi reports that he’s already back in the dating pool.)
-The “Netflix Direct linear channel” is being tested in France. The streamer says “many viewers like the idea of programming that doesn’t require them to choose what they are going to watch.” So basically Netflix is testing going back to regular TV? Time is a flat circle.
–Al Roker announced on the Today Show that he’s been diagnosed with prostate cancer.
–Brie Larson doesn’t believe there is a beauty standard which is … a choice.
-I don’t watch Supernatural but I’m very happy for all my Tumblr mutuals that Destiel became canon last night. (Or at least one guy admitted he’s in love with the other guy in this scene.) Also, it’s hilarious how many commenters on this article are trying to explain away the gay.
–Donald Glover is very confident about the next seasons of Atlanta, tweeting “sopranos only ones who can touch us.”
-Tobey Maguire and Jennifer Meyer announced their split four years ago, and are finally moving ahead with divorce proceedings.
-I had no idea Will & Grace’s Sean Hayes could play the piano like this.
-Disney has removed Ryan Reynolds‘ Free Guy and Gal Gadot‘s Death on the Nile from the 2020 release calendar. Wonder Woman 1984 is the last blockbuster standing (though it will surely be moved soon).
–Stephen Colbert getting choked up when talking about Trump’s ridiculous speech got me. “We all knew he would do this. What I didn’t know is that it would hurt so much. I didn’t expect this to break my heart.”
-I love that everyone is discovering Stacy Abrams’ romance novels.
-The cast of Family Ties is the latest to reunite for charity.
–Felicity Huffman should maybe stay away from college-themed apparel for a while.
–Lori Loughlin could be released from prison early because of course.
–Christine and the Queens appeared on James Corden‘s show last night and I’ve already watched this performance five times today.
–Nicolas Cage stars in the Jiu Jitsu trailer.