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Scarlett Johansson and Colin Jost marry in intimate ceremony

Scarlett Johansson and Colin Jost tied the knot — and Meals on Wheels broke the news!

The hunger-fighting nonprofit shared a congratulatory message to the couple on Instagram, revealing that their “wedding wish” was for fans to donate to Meals on Wheels to help improve the lives of seniors in America.

“We’re thrilled to break the news that Scarlett Johansson and Colin Jost were married over the weekend in an intimate ceremony with their immediate family and love ones, following COVID-19 safety precautions as directed by the CDC,” the organization wrote.

Colin Jost and Scarlett Johansson have tied the knot after three years together.Trae Patton / NBC

“Their wedding wish is to help make a difference for vulnerable older adults during this difficult time by supporting @mealsonwheelsamerica. Please consider donating to celebrate the happy couple by clicking the link in our bio,” it added.

The “Avengers: Endgame” star and

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Leanza Cornett Dead: Miss America Winner Was 49

Leanza Cornett, a former TV host and winner of the Miss America beauty pageant, died on Wednesday after suffering a head injury and undergoing surgery earlier in October. She was 49.

“It is with great sadness the Miss America Organization relays the news our beloved Miss America and friend, Leanza Cornett, has passed away,” the company announced on its Facebook page on Thursday. “Leanza had a bright and beautiful spirit and her laugh was infectious. We know she meant so much to so many, including all of you.”

A Facebook page titled “Leanza Cornett’s Circle of Love” shared on Oct. 18 that she had suffered “an enormous blow to the back of her head” and had surgery to stop bleeding in her brain.

Cornett won the Miss Florida beauty pageant in 1992 and a year later was crowned Miss America at the 66th annual ceremony. She was the first Miss

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‘Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’ Creator Rachel Bloom to Write NSYNC Superfan Movie for Sony (EXCLUSIVE)

Golden Globe and Emmy Award winner Rachel Bloom is adding boy band aficionado to her resume.

The co-creator of hit series “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” has signed on to write the script for a movie about two *NSYNC superfans at Sony Pictures label TriStar.

Based on an idea by band member and producer Lance Bass, Bloom is tackling the project about real life best friends Meredith Sandberg and Winter Byington, who spent a summer following *NSYNC on their last world tour.

“I’m so excited to work on this road trip musical that will explore the nature of early 2000’s nostalgia and if the past was, indeed, actually better. Also, I GET TO WORK WITH LANCE BASS!” said Bloom.

Bass is producing through his eponymous production label with Cindy Cowan for Cindy Cowan Entertainment. Shary Shirazi, VP of Production, and Nicole Brown, President of TriStar Pictures, are overseeing the project for the studio.

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Jaime Harrison Endorsed By Oldest Newspaper in South Carolina as Polls Show Him Leading Lindsey Graham

Jaime Harrison, the Democratic congressional nominee challenging South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham in the upcoming general election, confirmed his campaign received an official endorsement from The State on Monday morning.



a person wearing a suit and tie holding a glass of wine: Jaime Harrison, the Democratic candidate campaigning to unseat South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham, speaks to reporters in Columbia on October 19. As polls show Harrison gaining increased support from voters, his campaign received an endorsement from South Carolina's oldest newspaper on Monday.


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Jaime Harrison, the Democratic candidate campaigning to unseat South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham, speaks to reporters in Columbia on October 19. As polls show Harrison gaining increased support from voters, his campaign received an endorsement from South Carolina’s oldest newspaper on Monday.

The State is a daily newspaper based in Columbia, South Carolina’s capital city. Initially established in 1891, it is the state’s oldest newspaper and it’s second-largest by circulation after the Post and Courier.

“We started as a 17-point underdog. Today, I’m honored to accept the endorsement of the oldest newspaper in South Carolina, @thestate. Change is coming, folks,” Harrison wrote on Twitter alongside a link to The State‘s endorsement, written by members of

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Karlie Kloss Is Pregnant! Model Expecting First Child with Joshua Kushner

Karlie Kloss is pregnant!

The supermodel, 28, is expecting her first child with husband Joshua Kushner, PEOPLE exclusively confirms.

“Karlie is overjoyed to be expecting her first child in 2021,” a source close to Kloss tells PEOPLE. “She will be the most amazing mother.”

Kloss and Kushner, 35, just celebrated their second wedding anniversary after tying the knot in Oct. 2018 during a small, Jewish ceremony in upstate New York, with under 80 guests. The bride wore a custom Dior gown (which took over 700 hours to create) for the ceremony.

“The wedding was intimate and moving. The couple was beaming with happiness,” a friend who attended the ceremony told PEOPLE at the time.

They continued their wedding celebrations in June 2019 with a star-studded party in Wyoming that included Katy Perry, Orlando Bloom and close friend Derek Blasberg in attendance.

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Watch Massive Attack’s Short Film on Decarbonizing the Music Industry

The legendary electronic group worked together with the UK’s legendary Tyndall Center for Climate Research to come up with solutions to look at the carbon emissions from their own tours and what they can do to change it. Together, along with city officials and the green energy company Ecotricity, they planned an exemplary show in Liverpool in 2020.

“We found partners that were prepared to take a risk with us and create a catalyst that shows extremely low-carbon and ultimately carbon-neutral events are not only possible,” Del Naja says, “but also viable and conducive to the experience of live art and live music.”

While the show was canceled due to the pandemic, the film urges those within the music industry to “use this time to plan and embrace seismic change.”

“As well as the havoc the pandemic reaps across our lives,” Del Naja says, “there’s also the opportunity within that

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Crazy Ex-Girlfriend creator Rachel Bloom to pen *NSYNC superfan movie

We’ll never truly say “Bye Bye Bye” to ’90s/2000s boybands!



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On Thursday, Sony Pictures announced that Crazy Ex-Girlfriend creator and star Rachel Bloom will write a script for a movie about two *NSYNC superfans. Based on an idea by original *NYSNC member Lance Bass, — who will also serve as a producer on the film — the movie’s plot is inspired by real-life best friends Meredith Sandberg and Winter Byington, who — after winning a Winnebago on the game show The Price Is Right — spent a summer following *NSYNC on their last world tour.



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“I’m so excited to work on this road trip musical that will explore the nature of early 2000’s nostalgia and if the past was, indeed, actually better,” said Golden

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Ava Max’s ‘OMG What’s Happening’ Video Sees Her Chasing After Love

Before Ava Max had even announced her debut album, the singer already had a single peak at No. 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The impressive feat arrived in 2018, and fans had been anxiously awaiting new music ever since. This September, Ava finally released her aniticiapted debut LP Heaven & Hell. Now, keeping up the momentum of her record, Ava has shared a cinematic video alongside her “OMG What’s Happening” single.

Directed by Hannah Lux Davis, the video places Ava as the driver in a high-stakes road race. Seated in a decked-out truck adorned with flames, Ava chases down a taunting suitor in an equally souped up ride. “Oh my God, what’s happening? / Thought I was fine / I told you I don’t need your love / Like three, four thousand times / But that’s a lie,” she belts as she burns rubber down a deserted

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The Stand In Trailer Doubles the Drew Barrymore for Identity-Swap Hijinks

We have a new trailer for The Stand In. This is the latest from Saban Films, with filmmaker Jamie Babbit at the helm. Drew Barrymore (50 First Dates, The Santa Clarita Diet is in the lead role. We are getting twice the Barrymore for the price of one here. As we can see in the trailer, the movie involves Barrymore playing not one but two different roles as a down-on-her-luck actress and the stand-in for said actress. Hence, the title.

The trailer opens by giving us a look at one of Drew Barrymore’s characters, an actress named Candy Black, who is a major star and a huge box office draw. But “America’s Sweetheart” is doing a lot to tarnish her reputation. Meanwhile, Candy’s stand-in, also played by Barrymore, has dreams of becoming a star as in her own right. But when Candy is sentenced to spend 90-days

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Blumhouse Announces Insidious Film Directed by Patrick Wilson

Patrick Wilson in Insidious.

Patrick Wilson in Insidious.
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It’s time to get horrifying. Blumhouse has unveiled a whole new slate of frights to get us through 2021, featuring several more “Welcome to the Blumhouse” flicks, a new teaser for Halloween Kills, and a fifth Insidious movie—this one directed by franchise star Patrick Wilson himself.

The studio held its first BlumFest, where it shared its upcoming releases and new announcements. The biggest news of the event was that Wilson (Aquaman, The Conjuring), who’s been a major figure in the Insidious franchise, will be returning to Insidious…only this time he’ll be both in front of and behind the camera, making his directorial debut with this latest flick. The movie takes place 10 years after the previous Insidious film, centering around Dalton (Ty Simpkins) as he starts his first year of college.

“Directing the movie is both

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