What a hard time for Johnny Depp!
And sadly, when it rains it pours.
We'll keep you updated as we receive more info on the breakup.
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Can it be October 7 right now??
That's because the trailer for her new movie The Girl on the Train just dropped on Wednesday, and we're already hearing Oscar buzz for the 33-year-old!
We're getting strong Gone Girl vibes from the thriller, and we are absolutely loving it!
We guess Universal wanted to promote this movie before Emily's less-than-stellar The Huntsman: Winter's War hits theaters.
Ch-ch-check out The Girl on the Train's official first trailer (below)!!!
This actually isn't brand new information.
Matthew Perry has been the most vocal of the Friends cast as of late despite being the one refusing to partake in any reunions, and now he's back to dash our dreams some more.
But things aren't as bleak as they seem, because according to the 46-year-old comedic actor, there's actually a 45 percent chance of the NBC sitcom getting some kind of revival!
Matt sat down for a segment on UK's Magic Radio set to broadcast Saturday where he finally revealed the identity of the real holdout, saying:
We respect a hustler!!
Lil Mama has been working and grinding for years, consistently releasing music and trying to make that "comeback".
It's hard out there but hard work pays off and the rapper's Work remake is the best thing she's done in a very very long time!
We love what she's done with it and the effort she put into the video as well!
Check out her take on Rihanna and Drake's track above!
That was a little anti-climactic…
The highly anticipated Friends mini-reunion finally aired on Sunday night, and we were a little bummed by the turnout.
While we knew that Matthew Perry was going to be absent from the Must See TV: An All-Star Tribute to James Burrows special, we were still expecting him to have a slightly more significant involvement.
Chandler wasn't completely missing from the night seeing as he introduced Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, David Schwimmer, and Matt LeBlanc ahead of their interview with Andy Cohen — but if he was going to take the time to film anything from across the pond, why didn't he at least try to make it funny or even a little enthusiastic?
At least Jennifer got into the spirit of the evening; she even teared up (below)!
Well this doesn't seem so friendly!
We're just under a week away from finally getting to see that highly anticipated Friends reunion, and it looks like NBC wants to ensure massive ratings for their James Burrows special.
That's because the Peacock Network just released an extended preview of their An All-Star Tribute to James Burrows, and things get pretty awkward for the cast.
While Lisa Kudrow, Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, David Schwimmer, and Matt LeBlanc may have been friends for over 22 years, Pheobe somehow only just learned that she was the only person who had to audition for their part twice!
Luckily, she doesn't seem too bothered by the news — she did win an Emmy for it eventually, after all!
Ch-ch-check out Lisa Kudrow's illuminating on-camera moment (below)!!!
It's like they're back at Central Perk!
As we reported, the entire Friends cast — except for Matthew Perry — reunited for a two-hour NBC special honoring famed sitcom director James Burrows!
Recently, the first promo was released, and it's making us totally nostalgic!
The Bravo personality asks the actors if it's true that they were forced to sign contracts agreeing to not have sex with each other!
To hear the answer, watch Must See TV: A Tribute to James Burrows on Sunday, February 21 at 9 p.m. on NBC.
In the meantime, ch-ch-check out the clip (below)
This could be the most star-studded photo of all time!
We've been hearing mostly mixed reports about NBC's upcoming TV Special that would see the first official Friends reunion since it went off the air back in 2004, but now there's actually photographic evidence to prove it's really happening.
Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, David Schwimmer, and Matt LeBlanc were joined for dinner by The Big Bang Theory's Kaley Cuoco, Jim Parsons, Johnny Galecki, and Simon Helberg following Sunday's Must See TV: A Tribute to James Burrows taping!