‘Star Trek’ star Leonard Nimoy has died aged 83. He first appeared as Spock in 1996 and last made an appearance in 2013’s ‘Star Trek Into Darkness’. He also directed ‘Three Men and a Baby‘. He was married twice and had two children.
Fearne Cotton has announced that she’s leaving BBC Radio 1 and that she’s expecting her second child. She has been with the station for 10 years and will be replaced by Clara Amfo. She married Jesse Wood in July 2014, they have a young son called Rex.
Chris Evans has hinted that ‘TFI Friday’ will return to mark its 20th anniversary this July. The chat show ran from 1996 to 2000 – and Chris says he hopes nobody notices that this isn’t actually an anniversary at all. Check out this Spice Girl special from 1998.
Netflix has announced a new ‘Inspector Gadget’ series. The cartoon originally ran from 1983 to 1986, now the cyborg detective will face Dr Claw again in a new 26 part animated series beginning in March.
Lady Gaga is joining ‘American Horror Story’. She’ll play a major role in ‘American Horror Story: Hotel’ when it begins this autumn.
Jamie Dornan will return for the ’50 Shades of Grey’ sequel. It was rumoured the Belfast actor would step down as Christian Grey but his rep confirmed he’s “looking forward to making the next film”.
‘Ducktales’ is coming back for a new series in 2017. Disney XD is rebooting the animated series which followed Scrooge McDuck and his nephews from 1987 to 1990.
Here’s the first trailer for ‘Frozen Fever’. The short film will run ahead of Disney’s forthcoming retelling of ‘Cinderella’.
Madonna has denied she has a feud with Lady Gaga but she did admit toRolling Stone a problem arouse when Gaga’s ‘Born This Way’ sounded like Madonna’s ‘Express Yourself’. Madonna says, “The only time I ever criticised Lady Gaga was when I felt like she blatantly ripped off one of my songs… I do think she’s a very talented singer and songwriter. It was just that one issue. And everybody’s obviously running with it and turned it into a huge feud, which I think is really boring, quite frankly.”
ITV has announced a remake of ‘The Saint’. The original series ran from 1962 to 1969 and starred Roger Moore as a Robin Hood-esque thief.