Keke Palmer is SO fed up!
The Scream Queens star went on to rant:
As you may know by now, legendary singer and songwriter Leonard Cohen passed away at the age of 82.
Cohen was best known for writing Hallelujah which was popularized by Jeff Buckley in the early '90s, but the Canadian artist left a lasting impact on several singers as many celebs took to Twitter to pay their respects.
Ch-ch-check out all the sweet celebrity reactions to Leonard's death (below) and let us know if you'll be honoring the artist in any way today!
This definitely doesn't suck!
It's already been announced that the upcoming eighth season of the Nina Dobrev, Ian Somerhalder, and Paul Wesley drama will be its last, but it looks like the network has already found its replacement!
That's because according to a Deadline report out Thursday, The CW has ordered a TV adaptation of the 1987 classic The Lost Boys from Veronica Mars creator Rob Thomas!
But this isn't some regular 'ol remake — apparently, Rob wants to make this the channel's first
This is something…
Kiefer Sutherland is releasing a country music album soon, and the work — called Down In A Hole — just debuted its very first track, complete with a brand new music video!
The actor-turned-singer's first track, Not Enough Whiskey, can be seen (above)!!!
It sounds like Sutherland is really serious about this country music thing, too — the 24 star acknowledged the skepticism that comes with an actor taking on a music project:
We're currently living in a world where every show that has ever aired is now guaranteed a reboot at some point in time, as is the case for FOX's hit 24.
The real-time crime drama originally aired for eight seasons from 2001 to 2010 before coming back as the mini-series Live Another Day in 2014, and the show was actually just granted yet another revival in the form of the pilot 24: Legacy.
Taking over the leading role will be Straight Outta Compton's Dr. Dre, AKA Corey Hawkins, with a soon-to-be-determined female lead alongside him.
We're just happy to see some diverse casting news, even if it is from the world of TV and not film.
Are U at all interested in another 24 revamp??
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This is so sad.
Brooke McCarter, best known for his role in The Lost Boys, died on Tuesday at the age of 52.
According to an announcement from his family, the actor suffered from a genetic liver condition. They shared the news on Facebook, saying:
"Brooke was our loving son, brother, father, cousin, nephew and friend."
McCarter played Kiefer Sutherland's vampire blood brother Paul in the Joel Schumacher ‘80s cult classic, also appearing in TV shows like The Twilight Zone, Route 66, and the 1989 film Wired — a biopic about comedian John Belushi.
On Tuesday, it was confirmed that Jeff Dunham and his wife Audrey welcomed their twin boys into the world over the weekend. AH-Mazing!
The popular ventriloquist revealed the infants arrived one day before his third wedding anniversary — the duo named their newborns Jack Steven and James Jeffrey Dunham.
Wait, 24 with no Jack Bauer?! That's what it sounds like Fox is trying to make happen!
At the Television Critics Association's winter press tour on Saturday, chairmen and CEOs Dana Walden and Gary Newman talked about their plans to bring back the network's megahit 24, but without their star Kiefer Sutherland! Newman said:
"We would love nothing more than to do another 24. That's a constant focus for us… We have discussed it with [Kiefer]. Potentially, he won't be in this installment, we're not sure yet. We're not that far along but I know he supports us doing more 24. We're not talking about continuing the show without him; we're talking about whether there's one installment that he's not in."
If they decide to pick the show back up, it won't be made until 2016, so don't get too excited yet.
And definitely don't get your hopes up about Jack Bauer saving the world again, because the actor has said he wants to retire the character completely.