'Tis the season(s)!
We're exactly one month away from getting to binge-watch all four episodes of Netflix's Gilmore Girls reboot — so to celebrate, the streaming service just shared the first official trailer!
We've gotten a surprising amount of sneak peeks at Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel in A Year in the Life already… but Tuesday's 2-minute teaser is by far the most intriguing yet.
Photo: These Gilmore Girls Posters Are As Bad As This Trailer Was Good
That's because in addition to finally revealing some plot — rest in peace, Richard/Edward Herrmann — we're happy to say Kelly Bishop's role looks much larger than we originally realized!
Plus, with appearances from Melissa McCarthy, Milo Ventimiglia, Liza Weil, and Jared Padelecki's iconic characters, Rory won't even have time to mourn her grandfather's passing for long.
Although, we're not so sure how we feel about this Luke & Lorelai update…
Ch-ch-check out a sneak peek of Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life ahead of its premiere Friday, November 25 at 3 a.m. EST only on Netflix (below)!!!
Her story may have been short lived on Stranger Things, but Shannon Purser is moving onto better things in her acting career!
The breakout teen — who made her acting debut playing fan favorite Barb on Netflix's Summer hit — has landed a new movie role after a recent trip to Los Angeles!
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the 19-year-old traveled to El Lay for a week to meet with top casting directors from ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox, and Sony — and is already finding herself knee-deep in so many roles that they almost bring #JusticeForBarb.
Video: Barb Gets Her Revenge On The Tonight Show!
Not only did Purser score a guest spot on The CW's Archie reboot Riverdale, but she's apparently also headed for the big screen!
That's because the Atlanta native just landed a small role opposite Melissa McCarthy in the upcoming comedy
Finally, some quality roles for women in film!
Ellen DeGeneres is totally embracing the slew of female reboots that are quickly taking over Hollywood, so it's no surprise she wanted to produce one of her own.
Following in the steps of Melissa McCarthy's Ghostbusters and Sandra Bullock's upcoming Ocean's Eight, the daytime host decided to give another male-driven blockbuster a feminist remake — Magic Mike!
Photos: All-Female Movie Reboots We'd Love To See!
In anticipation for The Ellen DeGeneres Show's Season 14 premiere next week, which will feature Channing Tatum as the guest, the comedienne shared exclusive footage of her very own spinoff Magic Michelle!
Ellen obviously takes on the TITular role, starring alongside Jenna Dewan Tatum as Peppermint, Olivia Munn as Honeydew, and Chrissy Teigen as Linda Peterson. But it's definitely Oprah Winfrey's enthusiastic stripping that steals the show…
Ch-ch-check out the funny trailer for Magic Michelle (below) and get ready for Ellen's return on September 6!
Jennifer Lawrence has done it again!
For the second year in a row, the A-lister has topped the list of Forbes World's Highest Paid Actresses!
Photos: See 2015's Top Earning Actresses!
Following up last year's $52 million, she raked in a total of $46 million, partly due to the final Hunger Games film. But the equal pay activist still came in $13 million more than the list's second ranked star… Melissa McCarthy!
Considering how the gender pay gap has been a hot topic over the past year, it'll be interesting to see how these leading ladies compare to their male peers.
But until then, keep reading to find out which other actresses' paychecks ranked in the top ten!
They weren't afraid of no sequels… until now!
When Ghostbusters hit theaters last month, executives at Sony were confident that a sequel to Paul Feig's all-female reboot would be inevitable.
But since the film was met with a lukewarm box office performance and just fair-to-middling reviews, the studio has kept quiet on if it was still launching a live-action Ghostbusters universe as planned.
Related: Rebel Wilson Staring In Remake Of Dirty Rotten Scoundrels!
As of August 7, the Kristen Wiig and Melissa McCarthy led film earned just under $180 at the worldwide box office.
And though the action-comedy has still yet to open in a few countries, experts say it will have a tough time getting
Melissa McCarthy may have successfully led the Ghostbusters reboot, but she won't be starring in a Star Wars spinoff anytime soon!
The comedienne was one of several A-list stars who auditioned to play young Han Solo in the upcoming Star Wars prequel — and let's just say we're now very glad the role went to Alden Ehrenreich!
In a hilarious sketch on Saturday's special San Diego Comic-Con episode of Conan, a handful of celebs tried out their best impressions of the beloved character.
Video: Amber Rose Tells Conan How To Have A Successful Orgy!
All donning Han's iconic vest, Bill Hader proved he was much better at playing Jabba the Hut, 50 Cent was a little too intimidating with Han's glock, and Adam Sandler did his best adult baby babbling a la Billy Madison.
Ch-ch-check out the skit (below) to see Will Arnett, Jeff Goldblum, and even Jodie Foster auditioning for young Han!