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DAVID MCCALLUM DIES AT 90: Deadline reports that NCIS star David McCallum passed away on Monday morning (September 25th) at the age of 90. In addition to playing Chief Medical Examiner Donald "Ducky" Mallard for two decades on NCIS, McCallum was also nominated for two Emmys for his role as Illya Kuryakin on the television show The Man From U.N.C.L.E. McCallum held roles in films such as The Greatest Story Ever Told, The Great Escape, Billy Budd, Freud, and A Night to Remember as well.

DAYTIME TALK SHOWS TO RETURN IN OCTOBER IF TENTATIVE DEAL GOES THROUGH: According to The Hollywood Reporter, daytime talk shows are preparing to resume production now that a tentative deal has been reached between the Writers Guild of America and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers. The Talk, The Drew Barrymore Show, The Jennifer Hudson Show, and The Kelly Clarkson Show are all looking at returning to the air in October if the deal is finalized.

‘DANCING WITH THE STARS' TO PREMIERE AS SCHEDULED FOLLOWING TENTATIVE DEAL: Deadline reports that the 32nd season of Dancing with the Stars will premiere on Tuesday (September 26th) as planned, now that the WGA and the AMPTP have reached a tentative deal. This comes after Matt Walsh "paused" his participation in the show in solidarity with the writers' strike. "With the hopeful resolution and vote with the WGA, Dancing with the Stars would no longer be a struck show therefore all cast would be able to return. This includes WGA member Matt Walsh," a rep for the Veep actor told the outlet Monday (September 25th).

CHECK OUT THE TRAILER FOR ‘LIFE ON OUR PLANET:' On Monday (September 25th), Netflix dropped the trailer for Life On Our Planet, narrated by Morgan Freeman and executive produced by Steven Spielberg. Variety reports that the series brings extinct species back to life to tell the story of Earth's history. It is set to be released on the streaming platform on October 25th.


JASON SUDEIKIS AND OLIVIA WILDE SETTLE CHILD CUSTODY BATTLE: Us Weekly reports that Jason Sudeikis and Olivia Wilde have reached a child custody agreement regarding their two children: nine-year-old Otis and six-year-old Daisy. This comes three years after they announced they were divorcing. The pair will share custody of the two children, with a week-on, week-off schedule. The Ted Lasso actor has also reportedly agreed to pay the Don't Worry Darling director $27,500 each month in child support.

BRIAN AUSTIN GREEN SAYS SHANNEN DOHERTY IS A ‘FIGHTER' AMID CANCER BATTLE: Brian Austin Green is sharing his support for his Beverly Hills, 90210 costar Shannen Doherty. "She is a fighter. She's been facing challenges over the last, gosh, decade now that are just, they're difficult things," Green told People in a recent interview. "And she is absolutely leading by example and showing people that even in the toughest of times, you can keep your head up and you can be a good person, and she is, she's an amazing person, and I think she's an inspiration for people, she should be." The Charmed actress is battling stage 4 breast cancer and revealed in June that her cancer has spread to her brain.

DANE COOK MARRIES KELSI TAYLOR IN HAWAII: USA Today reports that Dane Cook and Kelsi Taylor got married in O'ahu, Hawaii, over the weekend. Approximately 20 guests attended the small ceremony at a private estate. The Good Luck Chuck actor's brother, Richard Pollmann, shared a photo of Cook "30 minutes before the wedding started" to Instagram on Sunday (September 24th). Cook wrote in the comments, "I've got to tell you, last night was one for the ages! I made more memories in one night, then I have in a full year." The 51-year-old Employee of the Month actor and the 24-year-old fitness instructor dated for five years before getting engaged in July of 2022. Cook has faced criticism over the pair's age gap, amid reports that he met Taylor during a "game night" when she was 17.

KIM KARDASHIAN DEBUTS BUZZ CUT ON THE COVER OF ‘CR FASHION BOOK:' Kim Kardashian shocked fans on Instagram Monday (September 25th), when she shared images from her CR Fashion Book cover shoot. The Kardashians star can be seen with a buzz cut and thin eyebrows, deviating from her usual look. People reports that the short haircut appears to be a wig. "CR FASHION BOOK COVER for the 10 year anniversary issue … Crazy I was on the 1st cover and now 10 years later still inspired by @carineroitfeld," Kardashian wrote in the caption.

JADA PINKETT SMITH WISHES WILL SMITH A HAPPY BIRTHDAY: Jada Pinkett Smith celebrated Will Smith's 55th birthday on Instagram Monday (September 25th). Sharing an old black-and-white photo of the couple alongside Will's son Trey and their two children, Willow and Jaden, she thanked the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air star for the family they created together. "Willard, I am so glad you were born on this day. Without you I would not have experienced the greatest joy of my life… the love of our family," the Set It Off actress captioned the post. "On this Divine assignment we've chosen to walk together, I am grateful for the wells of laughter along the trails of tears we've shared. Thank you for helping me learn to embrace it all … with a smile. Here's to 100 more birthdays full of growth, acceptance and joy."


Cindy Crawford spoke about her short-lived marriage with Richard Gere on the new Apple TV series The Super Models. The pair met in 1988 and eloped in Las Vegas in 1991, before getting divorced in 1995.

"I think I was 22 when we met," the Fair Game actress said in the new series. Gere was almost 40 at the time. "In the beginning of a relationship, when you're a young woman, you're like, ‘You like baseball? I like baseball. Oh, you're really into Tibetan Buddhism? I might be into that. I'll try that ..."

She added, "You're willing to kind of mold yourself around whoever you are in love with." Crawford has been quiet about her marriage to the Pretty Woman actor in the past—even leaving him out of her 2015 autobiography titled Becoming.


On Monday's (September 25th) episode of the Today show, Emma Heming Willis spoke with Hoda Kotb about Bruce Willis' diagnosis in honor of World Frontotemporal Dementia Awareness Week.

"Dementia is hard," Heming Willis said. "It's hard on the person diagnosed, it's also hard on the family. And that is no different for Bruce, or myself, or our girls. When they say this is a family disease, it really is."

She added that it's unclear whether her husband is aware of his condition or not. "It's hard to know," she said.

The Armageddon actor's family revealed in 2022 that he was stepping away from acting after being diagnosed with aphasia. In February of this year, the family revealed his condition had "progressed," and that he had been diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia.


Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas have temporarily agreed to keep their two children in New York. This news comes just days after the Game of Thrones actress filed a lawsuit stating that the Jonas Brothers singer was preventing the children from returning to "their habitual residence of England" by holding onto their passports.

According to court documents filed on Monday (September 25th), both Turner and Jonas "are prohibited from removing their two children ... or causing the children to be removed from the jurisdictions of the United States District Courts for the Southern & Eastern Districts of New York pending further order of this Court."

This means the former couple's kids cannot be removed from the greater New York City area, including the Hudson Valley and Long Island. Jonas filed for divorce from Turner earlier this month after four years of marriage. Turner claims she found out about the divorce "through the media."


After 146 days, the Writers Guild of America has reached a tentative deal with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers to end the ongoing writers' strike in Hollywood.

The details of the deal remain under wraps for now, but the WGA negotiating committee wrote to its members on Sunday night (September 24th), "This deal is exceptional — with meaningful gains and protections for writers in every sector of the membership."

The Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, which is still on strike, congratulated the writers' union on reaching a deal with the studios. "SAG-AFTRA congratulates the WGA on reaching a tentative agreement with the AMPTP after 146 days of incredible strength, resiliency and solidarity on the picket lines," the organization wrote in a statement. "While we look forward to reviewing the WGA and AMPTP's tentative agreement, we remain committed to achieving the necessary terms for our members."

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