We are sad to report that child star Michael Galeota has died at the age of 31.
According to reports, the Clubhouse Detectives star was pronounced dead on Sunday at his Glendale, Calif. home. From Daily Mail:
Galeota had several health problems including abdominal pain, hypertension, and high cholesterol, the Los Angeles County Coroner’s office told E! News. He reportedly went to a hospital last week complaining of stomach pains but checked himself out on Wednesday, TMZ.com revealed. Galeota, who was found at his home by a close friend, is said to have died from natural causes. An examination is scheduled for Tuesday. Galeota’s family has started a GoFundMe page to help with the funeral expenses.
We pray for Galeota’s loved ones at this time. To help support, visit his family’s GoFundMe page here.
We sit in the car and sing along to Adele‘s greatest hits all the time, but could you imagine Adele singing them with us?
The record-breaking singer joins James Corden on The Late Late Show and we quickly learn that her vocals are easily transported. Check out the teaser clip of Adele’s Carpool Karaoke above.
The Quantico star is reportedly in talks to join the upcoming Baywatch movie. From Deadline:
Paramount’s Baywatch movie from director Seth Gordon is eyeing another member of its team. Priyanka Chopra, the Bollywood star who also toplines ABC’s freshman drama Quantico, is in negotiations to join the cast. Dwayne Johnson and Zac Effron are already being joined by Alexandria Daddario and model Kelly Rohrbach in the roles made famous by Nicole Eggert and Pamela Anderson, respectively, in the TV series on which the movie is based.
Do you see it? We do.
The site exclusively reports:
He’ll play Little John in Robin Hood: Origins, the gritty Otto Bathurst-directed film that Lionsgate will put into production late summer or fall. He joins Kingsman: The Secret Service star Taron Egerton, who plays the title role, and Eve Hewson, who is set to play Maid Marian in a film that stars production after Egerton wraps the Kingsman sequel.
Little John is described as “a battle-hardened but war-weary veteran of The Crusades who starts out distrustful of Robin Hood (they fought on opposite sides), and then warms to the young hero in the gritty revisionist take on the legend.”
Will you be tuning in?
The World War Z sequel lost its director and it’s all because of bad timing. Apparently, Juan Antonio Bayona had previous film commitments.
Spanish director Juan Antonio Bayona has stepped down from directing Brad Pitt’s sequel to “World War Z” for Paramount.
The studio disclosed Bayona’s departure late Monday, adding that it still plans to make the film this year. The film is scheduled for release on June 9, 2017.
“Because of pre-existing film commitments, Bayona is not able to make ‘World War Z’ this year, and it is our ambition to do so,” Paramount said. “He is a wonderful director and we hope to work with him soon.”
We will continue to keep you updated as new information surfaces, so stay tuned.