Earlier this year, Prince William and Kate Middleton revealed they were pregnant with their second child, now we know the due date.
In a statement from the palace released Monday, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will be expecting royal baby number two in April 2015. The statement added that Kate continues to be affected by acute morning sickness, but her condition is steadily improving. Congrats to the Royal family.
Assaulting your boss and your colleagues is probably the quickest way to get fired in any industry; but especially entertainment. Late Show cue card writer Tony Mendez, known to the show’s watchers for his regular on-camera appearances, has been fired after physically confronting staff writer Bill Scheft.
According to reports, Mendez was rehearsing with Scheft and David Letterman in the host’s dressing room. Mendez didn’t appreciate Scheft interrupting him, and so he snapped at him. Letterman then called Mendez out for his sour disposition, and Mendez fired back at the host, “You’re the one who has the sour disposition, motherf—er.”
A Late Show rep released a statement saying that the company cannot comment on confidential personnel matters.
Toys R’ Us toys aren’t the same as when you were a little kid buying a Barbie doll or G.I Joe figure; now they have Breaking Bad dolls inspired by the violent, drug-fueled AMC series.
The toy store is coming under fire for selling a figurine version of Walter White that comes complete with a fake gun, fake cash, and a backpack filled with fake crystal meth. Although a frustrated mom started a petition to yank the toys from the shelves, the store’s rep responded by defending their decision.
The rep stated:
“[The figurine] clearly notes that the items are intended for ages 15 and up,” and “are located in the adult action figure area of our stores.”
Check out the video above to find out more about the controversy.
The Brad Pitt war drama Fury cleaned up at the box office this weekend. The film came in at the top spot, earning $23.5 million over the weekend.
Ben Affleck’s film Gone Girl came in second with $17.8 million, while The Book of Life took third place with $17 million.