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The Disaster Artist (2017)

Learn the story behind the making of the “Citizen Kane of bad movies,” from writer, director, and Golden Globe-winning star James Franco, who plays writer, director, and star of the The Room, Tommy Wiseau. His brother, Dave Franco, also stars in the film as actor Greg Sestero, whose eye-opening memoir recalling his experiences on the set of the infamous 2004 word-of-mouth “hit” inspired the film. Stream it here.

Adam Levine Says Behati Prinsloo Might ‘Punch’ Him If He Asks For Another Baby

Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo have been married since 2014 and they’ve got two pretty adorable kids, Dusty Rose and Gio Grace. According to Levine, their family may be at capacity…at least for now.

Although Prinsloo hinted back in 2019 that having more children isn’t “out of the question,” the Maroon 5 singer just made it very clear they’re not expanding their family any time soon. In fact, he says Prinsloo might “punch him in the face” if he asks for another baby at the moment.

Levine made the joke while appearing on Howard Stern’s Sirius XM Show on Friday, April 5. Stern had asked if Prinsloo was pregnant after rumors swirled when she accidentally uploaded a blurry, black-and-white photo on her Instagram account.

Many fans excitedly assumed that the photo was a sonogram, but Prinsloo later revealed that the picture was an accident—it was just a super zoomed-in shot of “black and white splatter sweatpants.”

“Guys. This is not an ultrasound lol,” she said in the image caption. Apparently, Prinsloo’s daughter Dusty had gotten her hands on her phone and posted the shot by mistake.

Levine ultimately clarified the mishap and shared that there are no baby plans at the moment.

“No, she’s not currently pregnant,” he told Stern. “I think if I asked her to have another baby right now she’d punch me in the f—ing face because she’s not ready. We’re good. We’ve got two kids.”

Still, that doesn’t mean they won’t have more children someday. In 2019, Prinsloo told Ellen DeGeneres that Levine has said he wants five kids and that she’ still figuring out an exact number. “I thought I wanted five, but now I think maybe three or four would be good. I’m backing [up], but just by one,” she explained.

If Instagram is any indication, they’ve got their hands full enough, tyvm.

Sonic The Hedgehog Was ‘Lucky’ To Have Jim Carrey And Ben Schwartz Knows It

Jim Carrey was a vital addition for a film that audiences had low expectations for and, in the end, it worked out in Paramount’s favor. Ben Schwartz, the actor behind the furry, blue speedster, is well aware of how important it was for Sonic the Hedgehog to have Carrey, and he could only sing his praises when he spoke with our own ReelBlend. You can listen to the conversation down below:

So Sweet! Robert Downey Jr. Gets Birthday Wishes From His Marvel Family

On Facebook, he delved in even deeper with a longer thank you message to fans. The post’s accompanying photo showed him wearing a medical mask and gloves and throwing up a peace sign. Though he didn’t go into detail, he did hint that he has suffered losses during the pandemic, but he also stressed the importance of both vigilance and optimism and, most importantly, staying connected during these trying times.

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Concept Art Gives Kylo Ren A Darth Vader-Inspired Helmet

For most of Star Wars’ Sequel Trilogy, Kylo Ren attempted to emulate and honor the legacy of his grandfather, Darth Vader. He even went as far as to create his own signature helmet, which he would destroy in Star Wars: The Last Jedi. However, the young Sith Lord eventually had it repaired in The Rise of Skywalker. This may have always been the plan for the film but, based on some early concept art, Ren could have received some brand-new headgear.

Black Widow: All The Marvel Characters Confirmed To Appear, Including Taskmaster

Natasha Romanoff (Scarlett Johansson)

No surprise here, but Scarlett Johansson is returning as KGB assassin turned S.H.I.E.L.D. agent and original Avenger Natasha Romanoff, aka Black Widow. Trained in the art of hand-to-hand combat from a young age in the Red Room, Romanoff is a masterful fighter, spy, and even a pretty badass superhero with experience taking on a variety of enemies — both human and alien.

8 TV Shows and Movies to Watch the Week of April 5, 2020

We still have at least a few more weeks of self-isolating and social distancing left to go, which means TV shows and movies are your new best friends. If you’ve exhausted all your go-tos and are looking for something new, you’re in luck: So many great TV shows and movies are debuting this week, from a new reality show about adult summer camp to the series finale of Modern Family. Behold, your plans for the next few days:

Sunday, April 5

Atlanta’s Missing and Murdered: The Lost Children: HBO’s official description for this reads, “Atlanta’s Missing And Murdered: The Lost Children is a five-part documentary series offering an unprecedented look at the abduction and murder of at least 30 African-American children and young adults in Atlanta between 1979 and 1981. Forty years later, with the official re-opening of the case by Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, the series tells the inside story of this shocking tragedy, shedding new light on the horrific killings through exclusive archival material as well as interviews with those closest to the children and investigation.” 8 P.M. ET on HBO

Never Rarely, Sometimes Always: An unplanned pregnancy prompts two cousins to cross state lines to New York City for an abortion. Now streaming and on VOD

Monday, April 6

Camp Getaway: A new reality series about the wild goings-on of an adult summer camp. 10 P.M. ET on Bravo

Tuesday, April 7

Best Wishes, Warmest Regards: A Schitt’s Creek Farewell: A look back on the now-iconic comedy series, which is ending this year. 8:30 P.M. ET on Pop

Wednesday, April 8

Modern Family: After 11 years of groundbreaking TV, Modern Family is signing off. It’s hard to imagine a time with the Dunphys weren’t on our TV screens, but alas, all things must come to an end. Be sure to give it proper reverence—and remember, you’ll always have reruns. 9 P.M. ET on ABC

Thursday, April 9

The Circle: France: The French version of Netflix’s reality phenomenon that took the internet by storm in January premieres today. Streaming on Netflix

Friday, April 10

Tigertail: Here is Netflix’s official description, per a press email: “In this poignant multi-generational drama, Pin-Jui (Hong-Chi Lee) is a free-spirited yet impoverished young Taiwanese factory worker, who makes the difficult decision to leave his homeland—and the woman he loves —behind in order to seek better opportunities in America. But years of monotonous work and an arranged marriage devoid of love or compassion leave an older Pin-Jui (Tzi Ma) a shadow of his former self. Unable to sympathize with his daughter Angela (Christine Ko) and at risk of living out his retirement in solitude, Pin-Jui must reconnect with his past in order to finally build the life he once dreamed of having.” Streaming on Netflix

Saturday, April 11

Fashionably Yours: Per Hallmark’s website, “After years organizing fashion in the city, Lauren decides to move home. In exchange for her organizing services, mover Rob makes it his mission to help her see the beauty of Seattle.” 9 P.M. ET on Hallmark