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    Kelly Ripa and Michael Strahan took some time on Live! on Tuesday (May 3rd) to address Michael's final show scheduled for May 13th.
    Kelly broke the news to the audience who started to boo and one person even screamed, "We still love you, Kelly!" She said, "KELLY: A week from this Friday is Michael's final show here at 'Live.' Oh thanks...I'm still here. We'll remember, we'll reminisce, we're gonna look back at the fun times we had together. Wait til you see all the stuff that we've done. You're not gonna believe it. So, join us for Michael's 'Flashback Friday Farewell' on Friday the 13th! You can't plan this. MICHAEL: Good thing 13 is my lucky number! KELLY: You literally cannot plan it."

    • The official announcement comes amid rumors that the show is consider bringing back Regis Philbin who left in 2011.
    • It was also revealed Tuesday afternoon that Jimmy Kimmel will be Kelly's first guest co-host on May 16th.
    • Michael spoke about all of the drama to Entertainment Tonight on the red carpet at the Met Gala saying, "Every week is great. Every day is great for me. I'm on the other side of the dirt." He added, "I'm looking forward to moving to GMA full-time...but I'm still looking forward to going to work for Live!. I love being there. I still love it. It's a great show, great people, and I'm very fortunate to be a part of it."
    • Talk show host Maury Povich put both Kelly and Michael on blast while talking to Fox411 saying, "Both of them ought to leave their diva cages and be thankful they have an audience."


    The cast and crew of Game of Thrones had to go take extra precaution to keep the secret of Jon Snow's fate.

    According to Entertainment Weekly, the character's name did not appear in any scripts nor was it written anywhere on the set. The showrunners referred to Kit Harington's character as "LC" which stands for "Lord Commander." Kit explained, "No one was allowed to say 'Jon Snow' on set, ever, everyone had to refer to me as 'LC.'"

    • The only time the name 'Jon Snow' was said was during filming.
    • Kit also explains how he lied to his co-workers saying, "
      At first I thought I would find it fun. But I had to lie to a lot of close friends and cast members and crew. The longer it went, the more I felt like I was betraying them. So I did end up letting people in, slowly." He even got a note from Sophie Turner about how much she enjoyed working with him. Other actors, including Liam Cunningham, wasn't buying the act from the start.


    MILES TELLER BOXING MOVIE SET FOR NOVEMBER: Miles Teller appears to be shooting for Oscar glory with his upcoming boxing movie, Bleed For This. The movie is a biopic of boxer Vinny Pazienza and is set to hit theaters in November -- just in time for award season. It was written and directed by Ben Younger.

    DAN BUCATINSKY JOINS 'GILMORE GIRLS': Former Scandal actor Dan Bucatinsky has signed on to appear in the Gilmore Girls revival. He broke the news on Instagram on Monday (May 2nd) with a photo of the show's logo and wrote, "At work bright and early with the one and only @alexisbledelofficial great crew of this classic. #Netflix" His role has not been revealed.

    TBS ROUNDS OUT CAST FOR 'SEARCH PARTY': TBS has hired some famous faces to appear on their upcoming sitcom Search Party. Rosie Perez, Ron Livingston, Parker Posey and Christine Taylor have signed on for recurring roles opposite Broad City's Brandon Michael Hall. The show is described as a dark comedy about 20-somethings who set out to uncover the mystery behind the disappearance of their college friend. The show also stars Arrested Development's Alia Shawkat.

    MICHAEL FASSBENDER TO PLAY SERIAL KILLER: Michael Fassbender is reportedly working out a deal to star in a new serial killer movie called Entering Hades. It is the story of Austrian journalist Jack Unterweger who investigated by murders by day and committed them at night. He kills 11 people across multiple continents. The project is based on the true crime novel by John Leake.

    GUEST STARS ANNOUNCED FOR 'ODD MOM OUT': Molly Ringwald, Meredith Vieira, Amy Sedaris and John Hodgman have signed on to guest star in the upcoming second season of Bravo's Odd Mom Out. They join previously announced appearances by Drew Barrymore, Blythe Danner and the cast of Hamilton. The new season begins on June 20th.

    DAN AYKROYD TO PRODUCE 'BLUES BROTHERS' ANIMATED SERIES: Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi's widow are joining forces to produce a new animated series based on The Blues Brothers. Music will be a large part of the show which will follow Jake and Elwood Blues and their adventures on the road with their band. Dan said in a statement, "It's so great to accelerate Jake and Elwood at digital speed into the 21st Century via the outstanding creative group at Bento Box. The show will be the Blues Brothers living in America and utilizing all new technology to make and promote their own records, seek out and record new artists and avoid law enforcement -- and all while fighting for truth, justice and a better breakfast sandwich."


    Melissa McCarthy believes that some of the backlash with the upcoming Ghostbusters movie may be due to the confusing trailer. She appeared on a radio show on Tuesday (May 3rd) where she tried to explain that the new version is not an attempt to remake or continue the stories laid out in the first two movies.

    She said, "It's a reboot. I know it's weird that they said the '30 years ago...' because in the movie the first one didn't happen. It's that great story but told totally differently. But it's the same thing of four unlikely heroes. It's in New York city. Ghosts are taking over. It's that same classic story but it's not a '30 years later.' I know the trailer says the '30 years later' which I didn't quite get myself. It's not dependent on the first one."

    • Melissa also said that she brought up this point when the trailer was released but nobody seemed concerned.
    • These comments come just a few days after it was reported that internet trolls have successfully made the Ghostbusters trailer the most disliked movie trailer on YouTube and plan to get over 1,000,000 thumbs down votes before it hits theaters on July 15th.
    • Melissa previously addressed the backlash back in March to Yahoo Movies saying, "I don't even talk about it. We had such a good time filming it. The movie's really good. The four of us talk constantly, and are always sending each other dumb notes. I don't pay attention to any of that stuff. Ghostbusters was a blast making, it was really fun and the movie's going to be amazing."

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