We’re sad to report that Ryan McHenry, the young man who became quite popular through his “Ryan Gosling Won’t Eat His Cereal” Vine series, has lost his battle to osteosarcoma.
Passing away on Sunday, Ryan Gosling took to his own Vine account to post a heartwarming tribute in honor of his late fan. In the Vine, Gosling does, in fact, eat his cereal.
He also tweeted:
My heart goes out to all of Ryan McHenry’s family and friends. Feel very lucky to have been apart of his life in some small way.
— Ryan Gosling (@RyanGosling) May 5, 2015
We’re keeping Ryan McHenry’s family and loved ones in our prayers during this tragic time.
We knew Fashion Police would never be the same after Joan Rivers passed away, and apparently, her daughter Melissa Rivers feels the same.
While hitting up the Today show yesterday, she spoke about the downfall of the comedic fashion series, saying:
“The only way I can really get my head around it is the matriarch of the [show’s] family died. The family fell apart, and the sisters started fighting.”
“Everybody mourns and grieves differently. And then someone tried to marry into the family. And we know how that went. That’s the only way I can sort of explain what happened.” Rivers, of course, was referring to Kathy Griffin, who announced she was quitting the “Fashion Police” after just seven episodes.
Yep, that’s pretty much what happened. Check out the clip here.
TV’s longest-running primetime scripted series just got longer.
Fox has handed out a two-season renewal for animated hit The Simpsons, the network announced Monday. The renewal means the series from Al Jean and Matt Groening will extend through season 28.
This marks the latest multi-season renewal for TV’s longest-running hit. Following prolonged negotiations with its voice cast, the network reached new deals and picked up the show for two additional seasons in 2011.
With the additional season order, the animated family comedy following the misadventures of Homer, Bart and company will reach a staggering 625 total issues.
Will you be tuning in?
Here’s a cool read for the comic book stans. Entertainment Weekly’s Darren Franich recently published a piece on Quicksilver.
It’s titled “Quicksilver vs. Quicksilver: How Avengers and X-Men introduced the same character differently” and discusses the two films’ take on the superhero.
Check it out here.
Nicki Minaj may be a world-famous rapper, but let’s not forget her first true love – drama.
The Harajuku Barbie, who’s more Pinkprint and less Pink Friday these days, is all set to flaunt her acting chops in Barbershop 3.
According to EW, Nicki will be playing a hairdresser named Draya. Here are a few deets:
Rapper Nicki Minaj has joined the cast of the Ice Cube-led film, EW has confirmed. Variety first reported her addition. Minaj will play a hairdresser named Draya, presumably an employee under Regina Hall’s character. It’s the second live-action role for Minaj, who was in 2014’s The Other Woman. Her feature film debut came as a voice in Ice Age: Continental Drift as a snotty teenage mammoth who followed Drake’s wooly counterpart along. No word yet if Draya will exclaim, “I’M A MOTHERF—ING BARBER” during the film.
We can let you know right now, we’re in there.