As you may know by now, legendary singer and songwriter Leonard Cohenpassed 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.
The real-time crime drama originally aired for eight seasons from 2001 to 2010 before coming back as the mini-seriesLive Another Day in 2014, and the show was actually just granted yet another revival in the form of the pilot 24: Legacy.
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.
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."
On Tuesday, the biological mother of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's adopted daughter Zahara vocalized her interest in becoming reconnected with her flesh-and-blood. Huh.
As you may recall, Angie initially adopted the Ethiopian-born child as a single parent in July 2005 and, at the time, it was believed that Zahara's birth mother, named Mentewab Dawit Lebiso, had died. By 2006, the Fight Club actor had also legally adopted the little girl.
However, in 2007, Mentewab came forward and revealed she wasn't dead. Sadly, it was too late for her to regain custody of her child as the adoption was "legal and irrevocable." Nonetheless, as Brangelina's messy divorce and custody battle have made headlines across the globe, Mentewab is eager to reconnect with Zahara.
During a candid chat with DailyMail, the famous 12-year-old's biological parent begged: