The Bret Mega Show has all the entertainment news that you'll need, and we might even give you a "Hot Celebrity Fact of the Day". Today's "Hollywood Hashtag" stories include...
Hugh Jackman and his wife Deborra-Lee Furness are divorcing after 27 years of marriage. They said, "Our journey now is shifting, and we have decided to separate to pursue our individual growth."
Four women have accused Russell Brand of sexual assault between 2006 and 2013. Brand says everything he did was consensual, and he has evidence to refute their claims. Brand posted a video Friday denying all the allegations.
Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis have resigned from the board of an anti-human trafficking organization, following the fallout from their support of convicted rapist Danny Masterson.
Drew Barrymore isn't restarting her show after all. She says, "I have no words to express my deepest apologies to anyone I have hurt and, of course, to our incredible team who works on the show and has made it what it is today."
"Oppenheimer" is now the highest grossing biopic of all time with $912.7 million at the global box office. It surpasses "Bohemian Rhapsody", which did $910.8 million. Rami Malek is in both movies, by the way.
Drake used a picture of Halle Berry to promote his new single, even though she asked him not to. She says, "Why ask [me] if you intend to do what you want to do! That was the [eff] you to me. Not cool."
Maren Morris says she's walking away from country music, or at least the parts she sees as toxic. She thinks there's a "hyper-masculine branch of country" now that's attracted a lot of sexists and racists and says songs like "Try That in a Small Town" have pushed her away. "People are streaming these songs out of spite. It's not out of true joy or love of the music."
A list of the 50 Best Teen Movies of All Time includes "Rebel Without a Cause", "American Graffiti", "Fast Times at Ridgemont High", "Superbad", and "Ladybird". (Check out the complete list here.)
"The Nun 2" just barely edged out "A Haunting in Venice" during a slow box office weekend with $14.7 million.
The "Wonder Years" reboot has been canceled after two seasons, and HBO has canceled that L.A. Lakers show "Winning Time" after two seasons.
Snoop Dogg, believe it or not, is scared of horses. He doesn't know why, but he's never worked with a horse, because he refuses to.
And speaking of horses, sadly, Kaley Cuoco is mourning the death of her horse Bella.