“Glee” creators Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk, and Ian Brennan are bringing a new comedy-horror show to Fox. The three have already begun writing “Scream Queens,” an anthology series that — in the vein of Murphy and Falchuk’s other hit “American Horror Story” — will center around a different story line each season. The show, which is set to debut in fall 2015, will feature two female leads and air in 15 hour-long episodes.
As it begins to cool down, pull out your favorite knitwear and boots for a chic fall look. You can still wear your favorite leather skirt by keeping it ladylike with tights. Switch out your open toe heels for ankle booties or those sexy thigh high boots, and pair modestly with a cozy sweater. Wool knits are a staple that you’ll want to keep in heavy rotation as temperatures drop. Charcoals, beige, and black are a sophisticated go-to color scheme for the season. ♥♥ Tatiana
Bethenny Frankel is officially returning to “The Real Housewives Of New York.” Bravo released a statement on Monday confirming that the television personality will star in the show’s seventh season. “I’m genuinely excited, with a side of slightly nervous, for my return to “The Real Housewives of New York City,” Frankel said in the statement.” “Bravo has always been the place on television where I have the freedom to be unfiltered, honest and inappropriate, with an audience who has been with me from the beginning. I can’t wait to see what this next chapter brings for all of us. Watch what happens!”
Chris Rock’s “Top Five” has already been compared to “Annie Hall,” so no pressure. The forthcoming comedy, which Paramount picked up after it premiered to strong praise during the Toronto International Film Festival, focuses on Andre Allen (Rock), a popular comedian who hopes to win respect from audiences with a new drama following his starring role in the lucrative “Hammy the Bear” trilogy. (The garbage pail of lowest-common-denominator Hollywood bunk is about a police bear; his catchphrase: “It’s Hammy time.”)
Ezra Miller has been tapped to play The Flash in Warner Bros.’ new Justice League movie based on the DC Comics character. The film is due out in 2018. As BuzzFeed notes, Miller, 22, is the first out LBGT actor cast to play a superhero in a franchise blockbuster. (Sir Ian McKellen, who is gay, stars as the villainous Magneto in the “X-Men” series; Ellen Page also stars in the “X-Men” films, but was cast as Kitty Pride before publicly coming out in February of 2014.) Miller is known best for parts in “Perks of Being a Wallflower” and “We Need to Talk About Kevin.”
Warner Bros. has updated its release calendar with a handful of fresh franchise installments, including that of the hotly anticipated “Wonder Woman” film. “Wonder Woman” will soar into theaters in 2017, as will Zack Snyder’s “Justice League,” in which Ben Affleck and Henry Cavill will reprise their respective “Batman V Superman” roles. Gal Gadot will portray the Amazonian warrior princess in both movies.
Neil Patrick Harris is hosting the Oscars. The news, first reported by Variety and also BuzzFeed, was confirmed to HuffPost Entertainment by a representative for the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. A press release confirmed Harris as host for the 87th annual Academy Awards. Harris has taken home Emmys and a Tony, and has hosted both, but this will be his first time acting as emcee for the Oscars. He did, however, perform in the opening musical number in the 2010 ceremony.
Your binge-watching habit is about to get to much worse as Netflix just announced that all 10 seasons of “Friends” will be available to stream starting Jan. 1, 2015. What better way to kick off the New Year than to hole up in your place and watch all 236 episodes with your pals Ross, Rachel, Monica, Phoebe, Joey and Chandler? We can’t think of a better way to spent 83 hours.
Warner Bros. made a huge — but not so surprising — announcement on Wednesday, revealing that the Harry Potter spinoff series, “Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them,” will be released as a trilogy and not a stand-alone film. The first “Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them” movie was scheduled for a Nov. 8, 2016 release, and now Warner Bros. has set the next two films’ release dates in, respectively, 2018 and 2020. David Yates will direct the first movie.