“Sharknado” is heading to 200 movie theaters this weekend for midnight showing.
By the way, Ian Ziering will be the only cast member from the original “Sharknado” to appear in the sequel. You’ll just have to get by without Tara Reid.
CBS says it’s renewing the summer series “Under the Dome” for next year.
CBS CEO Les Moonves says they threw bags of money at Cote de Pablo the actress who plays Ziva David on “NCIS” But he says, that in the end, the actress decided she didn’t want to continue on the show.
Selena Gomez told “Good Morning, America” that she’ll “always care” for Justin Bieber.
James Gandolfini’s last movie, “Enough Said,” with Julia Louis-Dreyfus, will be in theaters September 20.
$53 million worth of diamonds and other jewels was stolen Sunday from the Carlton Intercontinental Hotel in Cannes. It was the same hotel where Hitchcock film “To catch a thief” back in the 1950s.
Former President Jimmy Carter is heading soon to North Korea, to try and win the release of a Washington State man being held there.
Nick Cannon is running around these days with a band aid on his face after having a cyst removed. Doctors are checking it.
Two stars of the “Real Housewives of New Jersey” — Teresa Giudice, 41 and her husband Giuseppe “Joe” Giudice, 43 — were indicted Monday on federal fraud charges, accused of exaggerating their income while applying for loans before their TV show debuted in 2009.
A man in India is claiming to be the oldest man on earth at 141 years old.
Johnny Depp says he’s not going to drop out, but he’s getting closer to the days when he’ll give up acting.
Jennifer Aniston says she and Justin Thereoux still aren’t married, but it feels like they are.
Trainer-to-the-stars Tracy Anderson has separated from her husband after two years and a baby.
Counties in northern Colorado want to secede from the state, and form their own state. [But then they’d face the hurdle of joining the United States. They’d have to come up with the first and last month’s rent plus a rather hefty security deposit.]
TRAVELING TIGHTWADS ARE GROUCHY _ It turns out the folks that save the most on hotel accommodations are the least satisfied with their stay. A study (J.D. Power) discovered that “at every level of hotel, the ‘price shopper’ segment is by far the least happiest, least satisfied of any group. If they’re paying anything for anything, they’re unhappy.”
FLATTERY WILL GET YOU A BETTER BARGAIN _ If you’re looking to get a bargain from someone on Craigslist, then go in with a smile. It turns out flattery will get you a better bargain when dealing with people selling their own stuff. Here’s the logic — when people sell their own stuff, they feel a sense of impending loss, so they inflate the value of the product. It’s called the “endowment effect,” and flattery seems to break down their guard. Translation: If you’re interested in buying a second-hand car, it would be a good idea to compliment something about the owner.
HUGE KFC BUCKET APPARS ON FRONT YARD _ In Georgia, a 7-foot tall KFC bucket showed up on Aleena Headrick’s front yard. No one knows where it came from — although it’s pretty obvious it probably once sat at the top of a large pole as a form of advertising. The owner of the home Headrick rents says he plans to mount it on it a pole also.
WORLD WAR Z COMING TO IMAX FOR ONE WEEK _ IMAX is partnering with Paramount to release World War Z on August 2 for a one-week run. Z originally opened June 21 and has grossed more than $460 million worldwide. It’s already played in select IMAX theaters overseas.
ANGELINA JOLIE TOPS LIST OF HIGHEST-PAID ACTRESSES _ Angelina Jolie has topped Forbes’ list of the highest-paid actresses. The magazine looked at the period of June 2013 to June 2013. Forbes says Jolie made about $33 million during that period. Second is Jennifer Lawrence, who made $26 million. Kristen Stewart, who was ranked first last year, slips to third this time around. But $22 million is certainly nothing to cry about.
A new survey asked men to name the one thing their IDEAL WOMAN would be LEAST likely to do, and men overwhelmingly picked . . . SMOKING. It got at least double the votes of the other choices, and beat out things like overeating, gossiping, drinking heavily, getting plastic surgery, and owning cats.
Here are a few subtle red flags that people usually overlook in their relationship: The other person uses ultimatums to get their way instead of compromising . . . they keep you away from your friends . . . your family and friends HATE them . . . and you start having more bad days together than good days.
This story comes from London, but it just might apply over here too. The London fire department has seen a MAJOR increase in people getting trapped in handcuffs . . . and they think “Fifty Shades of Grey” is behind it.