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    A video made the rounds on Wednesday (June 29th) of James Cameron being interviewed by Hannah Litchfield where he weighs in on JJ Abrams' Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

    When asked what he thought of the film, the Avatar director explained, "George Lucas is a friend of mine and he and I were having a good conversation the other day about it. I don't want to say too much about the film cause I also have a lot of respect for J.J. Abrams, and I want to see where they're taking it next, to see what they're doing with it. I have to say that I felt that George's group of six films had more innovative visual imagination, and this film was more of a retrenchment to things you had seen before and characters you had seen before, and it took a few baby steps forward with new characters. So for me the jury's out, I wanna see where they go with it."

    • The next installment in the new trilogy will be directed by Looper's Rian Johnson. It will hit theaters in December of 2017.


    Brandi Glanville admits that she wasn't exactly mature about the whole Eddie Cibrian/LeAnn Rimes relationship.

    She explained in an interview with Maria Menounos earlier this week, "I think that I've acted like a child enough during the seven years. We've definitely had our moments of not putting the kids first and not being proper adults, and as the kids are getting older, something did happen with one of them, and I don't really want to go into it, but it made the three of us -- Eddie, LeAnn and myself -- realize we have to be together on this." The former Bravo star added, "We have to be a unit, the three of us. We are a modern family, and we have to stick together in order to keep these little boys in line and to keep them from not manipulating us against each other, and we need to be together for them. So that's what happened really, something with the kids, and we just came together. And it's all fine. And I think that LeAnn finally realizes that I don't want your man. That's all done, but we can all still get along and be friends, and so we are.

    • Brandi and Eddie were married from 2001 until they finalized their divorce in 2010 after he had an affair with LeAnn.
    • Eddie and LeAnn married in April 2011.
    • Brandi admitted on VH1's Famously Single that the situation broke her adding, "I had a couple years of depression. I started drinking too much. I had to up my antidepressants. I cried all day, every day. I lost too much weight, but I had to take care of my two kids, and it wasn’t about me anymore. I knew it had to be done."
    • Brandi and Eddie co-parent sons Jake and Mason.


    BLAKE LIVELY PRAISES WOODY ALLEN: Blake Lively has nothing but praise for Woody Allen after working with him on Café Society despite the controversy that surrounds him. She told Hamptons magazine, "It's really cool to work with a director who's done so much, because he knows exactly what he wants. The fact that he does one shot for an entire scene -- and this could be a scene with eight people and one to two takes -- it gives you a level of confidence because when he's got it, he knows he's got it. He also is really encouraging as to why he cast you, so he'll say, 'Say the dialogue that's written and then you can improvise for a while.' And his dialogue is so specific, and it's speaking in a 1930s dialect and with period references, so it's intimidating to think, 'Oh, let me just improvise there and hope that my words blend seamlessly alongside Woody Allen's.' Which they clearly wouldn't and don't. But he's very empowering." Blake went on to say of the experience, "I spent my time mostly with Jesse Eisenberg and Parker Posey, and both of them were so welcoming and so kind. Luckily, both of them had worked with Woody before, so they had experience in what the process was like. The first day I met Parker, she knew how nervous I was, and she reached under the table and grabbed my hand and just held it when Woody came over to give us notes after the first take. That was really nice to feel so quietly seen and supported."

    JESSICA WILLIAMS IS LEAVING 'THE DAILY SHOW': Jessica Williams has announced that she is leaving The Daily Show after four years as a correspondent. Her last episode will air tonight (June 30th.) She told Entertainment Weekly, "I feel so many emotions. I feel like I’m growing up and graduating." Jessica signed a development deal with Comedy Central back in March. The network said in a statement, "We see her as a great voice -- she's so dynamic and so funny. And she's kind of grown up there at The Daily Show. Rather than say goodbye to her for her to go somewhere else, we want to make sure that we're developing with her so that when she's ready for her next platform, it can actually be with us."

    FELICITY HUFFMAN IS RETURING TO 'AMERICAN CRIME': Felicity Huffman has signed on return for the third season of ABC's American Crime. She earned an Emmy nomination last year for her role in the first season. The new season of the anthology series will be set in North Carolina and addresses labor issues, economic divides and individual rights.

    AMC RENEWS 'PREACHER': AMC has ordered a second season of Preacher. The new batch of episodes will air next year. The network said in a statement, "Preacher is a special television program and we're eager to share with fans the rest of this wild first season and, now, an expanded second season. What Sam, Seth, Evan and the entire creative team have achieved in bringing Garth Ennis' graphic novel to the screen is extraordinary. We look forward to more time with these unforgettable characters be it in Heaven, Hell, Texas or beyond."

    NIELSEN REVEALS STREAMING NUMBERS FOR 'ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK': Nielsen presented at the Consumer 360 conference in Las Vegas on Wednesday (June 29th) where they revealed the streaming numbers for the new season of Orange is the New Black. 6.7 million people watched the fourth season premiere between June 17th and June 19th. 5.9 million people continued on and watched the second episode in that time range. Orange was among the most-watched shows of that week which also included Game of Thrones and TNT's Major Crimes.


    Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green are slowly rebuilding their relationship.

    A source told Us Weekly, "They're totally back together. They've been through a lot, but this makes more sense for the kids and the new baby."

    • Megan reportedly started reconsidering the situation when they vacation in Hawaii back in April. The insider added, "It was great, and Megan is coming around. She hasn't called off the divorce just yet, but it's heading in that direction. They are both very excited about a new baby and having it together."
    • Megan's formerly estranged father also discussed their relationship with Daily Mail earlier this week saying, "All I can say is that they are together and they are happy. I've met Brian a ton of times now and he is a great guy. Megan is an amazing mom and I can't believe she is going to have three boys. Becoming a grandfather has been a wonderful experience and brought us all even closer together."
    • They first announced their divorce last August after five years of marriage.

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