Top Entertainment News May 18
Stan Lee Facebook Hacked!
Comic Creator, Stan Lee’s Facebook has been hacked. He asked for fans to send message to Mark Zuckerberg to help him.
Earlier, Lee had said that all his social media posts were not made by him and asked fans to protect and defend him.
The 95-year-old sued his former company, POW! Entertainment earlier this week.
Deadpool 2 Box Office Collection
Much awaited superhero flick, Deadpool 2, garnered $18.6 million, a record amount for an R-rated movie.
The total weekend collection is expected to be upwards of $130 million.
13 Reasons Why Premiere Cancelled
Netflix has canceled the premiere of their top show, 13 Reasons Why, in light of recent school shooting in Santa Fe, Texas.
The second season of the show focuses on a thwarted school shooting.
Jennifer Aniston and Tig Notaro Head to the White House
Jennifer Aniston will play the first female POTUS in the new comedy, First Ladies.
Joining her will be the comedian, Tig Notaro, who will play the First Lady. This will be the first Netflix project for Aniston.
Whitney Cummings Quits Roseanne
The co-showrunner of the first revival season and tenth overall, Whitney Cummings, will not be back for a new season.
Her co-showrunner, Bruce Helford, broke the news while Cummings posted a statement on Twitter.
Backstreet Boys New Song
Backstreet Boys are back with a new song, Don’t Go Breaking My Heart, released on May 17, five years after their last song.
The band had hinted about the new single with a snippet during a Q&A session in February.