The Wake Up with Bret & Julie's Julie Tristan has all the entertainment news that you'll need, and she might even give you a "Hot Guy Fact of the Day". Today's "Hollywood Hashtag" stories include...
People on Reddit are talking about the celebrity family Thanksgiving dinners they'd like a seat at the table for . . . and the highlights include: The Kardashians . . . the Hanks family . . . and Nick Cannon's very extended family.
Rolling Stone has a list of fun (but silly) Thanksgiving menu songs includes: "Custard Pie" by Led Zeppelin, "Butter" by BTS, and "Cold Turkey" by John Lennon.
In a new poll from Variety, 36% of Marvel fans say they're "fatigued" by the content that's coming out. Only 20% of DC Comics fans feel the same . . . but they're less likely to feel the need to watch EVERYTHING in the universe.
Qatar's last minute beer ban at the World Cup left Anheuser-Busch in a tough spot. So they've announced that they're shipping all the unsold beer off to the country that wins the World Cup . . . provided it isn't Qatar.
There's going to be a 20th anniversary special of "Love Actually" with Diane Sawyer. It airs Tuesday, November 29th on ABC.
"Top Gun: Maverick" will go to Paramount+ on December 22nd.
Camila Cabello posted a video poking fun at the bizarre way she pronounces "Christmas."
Adele's disappearing trick is also going viral on Twitter.
Metallica's benefit concert in L.A. will be live-streamed on Paramount+ and MTV's YouTube channel. Jimmy Kimmel is hosting, and there'll be an opening performance from Greta Van Fleet. The show starts at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, December 16th.
Disney's "Strange World" hits theaters today with their FIRST gay teen character.
Daniel Craig also returns to the big screen today as Detective Benoit Blanc for the"Knives Out" sequel "Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery".
Olivia Rodrigo interviewed Jenna Ortega from "Scream" and found out they both hate when people talk to them from underneath a bathroom stall. Jenna also said she gets anxiety and can't "go" until people stop talking to her.
And James Cameron says Leonardo DiCaprio almost lost his chance at "Titanic" because he had a negative attitude in the audition, and didn't want to read lines with Kate Winslet. But he finally agreed, and nailed it.