ABC/Ed Herrera(NEW YORK) -- On Monday’s episode of The Bachelorette, Hannah and the men head to the Grecian island of Crete, where they’re ready to take their relationships to the next level in the Fantasy Suites. However, Luke’s fantasy turns into a nightmare when he’s shown the door.
Hannah’s first date is with Peter. After a slow start, their relationship has taken off over the past several weeks -- the only problem is that he hasn’t been able to open up about his feelings toward her. But Peter is determined to finally throw caution to wind, and, although it takes him some time, he finally professes his love for Hannah. That earns him a night with her in the Fantasy Suite, which in this case is located in an actual windmill.
Next up is Tyler C., who, along with Hannah, takes a day to “indulge and relax” at a spa. Unlike Peter, Hannah is very confident about her and Tyler’s physical chemistry; the question is, do they have a relationship beyond that?
Hannah tells Tyler she doesn’t want to go to the Fantasy Suite because she and Tyler need time to explore the emotional side of their relationship. Tyler has just the right words for her, saying that he’d be satisfied just to spend a night with her under the stars, and nothing more. That’s exactly what they do: their Fantasy Suite is located on a boat.
Hannah’s really looking forward to her date with Jed, because while all of the guys have told her they love her, Jed is the only one to who she’s responded in kind. A great day, and night, according to Hannah, will “solidify” their relationship.
Jed goes out on a limb and confronts Hannah over her inability to choose between Luke and him at the last rose ceremony, asking her straight up what she sees in Luke.
The conversation continues over dinner, where Jed tells Hannah that while the other men’s relationships with Hannah are none of his business, “choices” are, and her inability to let go of a “toxic” relationship has him “worried.” Hannah appreciates his concern, but tells him he has to trust her decisions.
Hannah also appreciates the fact that Jed has chosen to stick with her despite his concerns, and she invites him to stay with her in the Fantasy Suite.
Finally, it’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for: Luke gets his turn at bat.
Things start off great, with a helicopter trip to the romantic island of Santorini, and a chance to “enter into a new chapter” of their relationship. Addressing the camera, Hannah, reveals Luke is “the best kisser” of the bunch, and that his eyes “look into her soul.” Luke tells Hannah that when he looks into her eyes, he sees his “future wife.”
However, the date takes an ugly turn at dinner when Luke brings up sex: specifically, that he needs a commitment from Hannah that she won’t be intimate any of the other guys. Otherwise, he’s gone.
That doesn’t sit well with Hannah, who believes Luke has no right to make such a demand. He tries walk to back his statement, but it’s too late.
Finally, the moment for which fans have been waiting all season arrives, as Hannah, who has finally gotten “clarity” on Luke, tells him she doesn't want him to be her husband.
Luke doesn’t go quietly, refusing at first to get into the limousine waiting to take him away. But Hannah’s mind is made up, and she has the perfect comeback. Holding Luke to his earlier promise that he’d be “gone” if he found out she’d taken any of the other guys to the Fantasy Suite, she drops the bombshell: “I have had sex.”
Luke doesn’t have a response, and dejectedly slips into the limo. Then again, it’s not the first time we’ve seen Hannah seemingly give Luke the boot, only to offer him another chance.
The Bachelorette returns Monday at 8 p.m. ET on ABC with a special The Bachelor Men Tell All edition, followed by a new episode July 29.
Paramount Pictures(LOS ANGELES) -- While the project's plot is still hush-hush -- pun intended -- writer-director John Krasinski has revealed that the sequel to his hit directorial debut, A Quiet Place, has started shooting.
"Part II," he captioned simply, in reference to a snap of a movie "clapper board" in his tweet.
The follow-up to his thriller, in which Krasinski and his real life-wife Emily Blunt played parents trying to silently survive with their family amid an invasion of monsters that track their prey by sound, is slated for release next March.
Made for a relatively slim budget of $17 million, Krasinski's film went on to earn nearly $341 million worldwide, according to Box Office Mojo.
Blunt returns for the sequel, as do Millicent Simmonds and Noah Jupe as the couple's two older children.
Dark Knight series star Cillian Murphy has also quietly -- sorry again -- joined the sequel, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
According to multiple reports, including U.K.s Metro, Lynch has been tapped to play 007 in the movie -- but not James Bond himself. Daniel Craig will be back as Bond, but in the beginning of the film, he's retired from the spy game, so Lynch will reportedly come in as a new agent who takes over his infamous 007 code name.
The report states, "There is a pivotal scene at the start of the film where M says 'Come in, 007', and in walks Lashana, who is black, beautiful and a woman."
If the report is accurate, Lynch would be the first black actor, and the the first female actor, to carry the "007" title. The new gig could also possibly establish a spinoff for her 007 character in forthcoming Bond films.
Bond 25 also stars Naomie Harris, Jeffrey Wright, Rami Malek, Ana De Armas, Christoph Waltz, Billy Magnussen, Dali Benssalah and Ben Whishaw.
20th Century Fox(LOS ANGELES) -- Director Matthew Vaughn launched his Kingsman movies to bring the fun back to the spy genre, but things get deadly serious in the new trailer to the series' prequel, The King's Man.
In the original movie Kingsman: The Secret Service, Colin Firth's Harry Hart tells Taron Egerton's Eggsy about the history of the international spy agency, which started in a tailor shop. Since 1849, the shop's tailors had dressed some of the world's most powerful people, but World War I left many of them of those powerful people without heirs. And so instead, Harry explains, they pooled their fortunes to create an international agency to "preserve peace and protect life."
The King's Man dives with both feet into that backstory, and into the mud and blood of the First World War. The preview begins with a kilted soldier running across a battlefield in slow motion, carrying an injured comrade on his back.
"Real power is not running off to war," Ralph Fiennes' Duke of Oxford tells a protege, played by Harris Dickinson. "I know you want to fight. But there are other ways of doing your duty" -- before revealing the storefront of the Kingsman shop/HQ.
The film will feature the Kingsmen tangling with a collection of "history's worst tyrants and madmen," who are trying to bring about the end of the world.
"It's a great big, big epic adventure," Vaughn tells ABC Radio, adding that it's based on the classic The Man Who Would Be King, starring Sean Connery and original Kingsman star Michael Caine.
"A lot of filmmakers borrow from it," Vaughn says, adding with a laugh: "I've just joined the list." (AUDIO IS ABC 1-ON-1)
The King's Man comes out Feb. 14, 2020.
A modern-set Kingsman sequel with Firth and Egerton is also in the works.
Marvel Studios(LOS ANGELES) -- Avengers: Endgame took in another $2.8 million at the box office worldwide over the weekend, putting it a little more than $7.16 million behind the all-time box office champ, Avatar.
According to Box Office Mojo, James Cameron's 2009 sci-fi epic's final tally stands at $2,787,965,087; Endgame, which debuted April 26, is at $2,780,800,139...and counting.
An enhanced re-release of the Avengers movie, as well as the strong performance of the Sony Pictures/Marvel Studios collab Spider-Man: Far From Home -- a direct follow-up to the earth-shattering events of Endgame -- have goosed ticket sales for the Avengers film.
Avatar was produced by 20th Century Fox, which, like Marvel Studios, is now owned by ABC News' parent company Disney.
Cameron's sci-fi epic will spawn four sequels, the first of which will debut December 17, 2021.
Sony Pictures Entertainment(NEW YORK) -- Marvel's Spider-Man: Far from Home easily held on to number one at the box office, earning an estimated $45.3 million and raising its domestic total to nearly $275 million in its second weekend of release.
Overseas, the film picked picked up an estimated $100 million, bringing its haul to around $572.5 million. It's now the highest-grossing Spider-Man film internationally, topping the $555 million the third installment of director/producer Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy amassed in 2007. Worldwide, Far from Home has racked up just under $850 million.
At number two for the second straight week is Toy Story 4, delivering an estimated $20.66 million. It now ranks as the the fifth largest Pixar film after its fourth week of release, behind Incredibles 2, Finding Dory, Toy Story 3 and Inside Out. Internationally, Toy Story 4 added an estimated $48.1 million.
Marvel and Pixar are owned by Disney, parent company of ABC News.
Third and fourth place place belonged to this weekend's two new major releases: the horror film Crawl, which earned an estimated $12 million, and Stuber, the action-comedy starring Kumail Nanjiani and Dave Bautista, earning an estimated $8 million.
The romantic comedy Yesterday landed in fifth, collecting an estimated $6.75 million its third week out.
In limited release, The Farewell, starring Awkwafina, had the best the best opening weekend per-theater average, earning an estimated $351,330, from four locations. Jesse Eisenberg's The Art of Self-Defense brought in an estimated $121,000 from seven locations.
Here are the top 10 movies from Friday through Sunday, with estimated domestic box office earnings:
1. Spider-Man: Far from Home, $45.3 million 2. Toy Story 4, $20.66 million 3. Crawl, $12 million 4. Stuber, $8 million 5. Yesterday, $6.75 million 6. Aladdin, $5.87 million 7. Annabelle Comes Home, $5.55 million 8. Midsommar, $3.55 million 9. The Secret Life of Pets 2, $3.1 million 10. Men in Black International, $2.2 million
Pottery Barn(LOS ANGELES) -- Friends had a whole episode revolving around Pottery Barn – “The One with the Apothecary Table” – so in honor of the sitcom’s 25th anniversary, the furniture store is releasing an entire Friends-inspired collection.
The collection will include “Central Perk-worthy accents,” furniture, and, of course, an apothecary table. In the infamous season six episode, Rachel tries to convince Phoebe a Pottery Barn apothecary table is a one-of-a-kind antique after finding out that Phoebe hates Pottery Barn.
While the entire collection has not yet been revealed, a promotional photo for the line shows a Central Perk mug perched atop the apothecary table, in front of a couch with a pillow that reads, “Welcome Friends.”
According to Pottery Barn, the collection will be released on Tuesday, July 30 and prices will start at $12.50.
The store is also offering fans a chance to win a trip to Los Angeles, a Pottery Barn shopping spree and a tour of Warner Bros. Studios, where you’ll visit the Central Perk set.
Friends officially celebrates its 25th anniversary on September 22.
MGM(LONDON) -- Rami Malek won’t be the only bad guy 007 will have to face in Bond 25.
According to Variety, Christoph Waltz is set to reprise his role as iconic Bond villain Blofeld. He first played the role in the last Bond movie, Spectre.
Bond 25, which does not yet have an official title, is currently filming in London. Daniel Craig is, of course, back in the role of James Bond, joined by returning cast members Ralph Fiennes, Jeffrey Wright, Lea Seydoux and Naomie Harris.
Bautista plays Vic Manning, a tough LAPD cop who hires a mild-mannered Uber driver named Stu, played by Nanjiani, to drive him around as he hunts down a notorious drug lord. The two are an unlikely duo, but it was their chemistry that ultimately convinced Bautista to take the role.
“I really want to conquer every genre,” Bautista tells ABC Radio. “…I read the script and just found myself laughing out loud! I just thought it was good. I could see myself playing this part, I could see Kumail playing Stu. Then after the chemistry read, is what sealed the deal for me.”
Bautista gave viewers a taste of his comedic chops as Drax in the Guardians of the Galaxy franchise, and he gets to explore that even more in this film. Nanjiani says Bautista is “funnier than he thinks he is.”
“Every single take was great, and he was very good at improvising, and when we would yell ‘Cut!’ he was like, ‘Well, that wasn’t good,’" Nanjiani recalls. "I’m like, ‘Dude, what are you talking about? That was great!’”
The two took inspiration for Stuber from classic buddy cop films. Nanjiani watched Midnight Run, while Bautista studied Nick Nolte’s character in 48 HRS.
“Not to really be that character," Bautista explains, "but take away his saltiness and his surliness and how he was just kind of grouchy, just didn’t like anybody, but his job -- he was kind of obsessed with his job!”
Stuber, from 20th Century Fox, is in theaters now. Disney is the parent company of 20th Century Fox and ABC News.
Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic(NASHVILLE) -- Chris Pratt is getting in touch with his country side.
The Guardians of the Galaxy starr made a surprise appearance at two iconic music venues in Nashville Thursday night and hit the stage to sing some country tunes.
Pratt hit up Robert’s Western World in downtown Nashville sometime after 11:30 p.m. and performed a rendition of Johnny Cash’s “Folsom Prison Blues.” He also stopped in at Tootsie’s World Famous Orchid Lounge, where he got on stage with the band to sing some more songs.
At both places, fans took to social media to post their surprise and delight over his impromptu performances. Nashville-based country singer Sarah Gayle Meech, who was performing at Robert’s Western World when Pratt showed up, posted a photo with him on Instagram.
"When Chris Pratt shows up at your show @robertswesternworld to sing Johnny Cash," she captioned it. "You never know who will show up at Robert’s Western World... Thank you @prattprattpratt you made our night!"
Tootsie's also posted about the appearance on their Instagram, writing, "You never know who you may see at Tootsie’s. It was great to see you last night @prattprattpratt!"
And speaking of Marvel stars who sing, Pratt's Avengers: Endgame co-star Jeremy Renner has just released some new music. He debuted three new songs -- "Main Attraction," "Nomad" and "Sign" -- as part of a new Jeep television campaign.
ABC/Randy Holmes(LOS ANGELES) -- Diane Keaton is opening up about her love life – or lack thereof – in a new interview with InStyle.
The iconic actress reveals she hasn’t be on a date in 35 years, and that suits her just fine.
“Never. All right?” Keaton tells the mag when asked if she’s dating. “Let’s just get that straight. That one’s important. I haven’t been on a date in, I would say, 35 years. No dates.”
The 73-year-old adds that she has a lot of male friends and a lot of friends in general, “but no dates. No mwah-mwah.”
In the past, Keaton dated her frequent film collaborator Woody Allen, as well as Warren Beatty and Al Pacino, among others, but now she’s embracing her single status.
“I’ve had a lot of independence, and nobody’s telling me what to do,” she tells InStyle. “I had a mother who encouraged that and helped me achieve the things I wanted to achieve. I’ve followed the paths I’ve wanted to follow. I like redoing houses, I like architecture, I like visuals, I like fashion, I like all of it.”
She’s also a mom to two children, 23-year-old Dexter and 18-year-old Duke, both of whom she adopted when she was in her 50s.
The August issue of InStyle -- the Badass Issue -- will be on newsstands July 19.
Richard Roundtree and Jordyn Raya James; John P. Fleenor/Netflix(NEW YORK) -- Richard Roundtree stars as Jeb, a local Georgia pastor and the patriarch of the McKellan family in the new Netflix comedy, Family Reunion.
The series, which stars Loretta Devine as Roundtree's wife, M'Dear, follows the Seattle-based McKellan family who, after a family reunion, decide to move to the South for a simpler life.
Roundtree tells ABC Radio that becoming the old-school, God-fearing grandpa on the show was an easy lift for him, considering he came from a strict and religious upbringing.
"I think we can safely say my dad was a preacher. So I'm a P.K.," Roundtree says, meaning preacher kid. "And..I have to maneuver around that persona, if you will."
"We went to church, Sunday school at 9 o'clock, and we came home around 2 o'clock after morning service, went home and eat and went back for evening service. I mean, that was very narrow upbringing," said Roundtree. "You could not deviate from that at all."
Roundtree says he understands the mindset of the Jeb and M'Dear because, like his family, they too had the best intentions.
"So, I'm trying to instill some of that into the family. M'Dear is strict about it. So, there's a battle," he says. "A lot of stuff is brought up for me from my childhood in this show. And the bottom line is the love -- that's what permeates the show."
Family Reunion, also starring Tia Mowry, Telma Hopkins and Anthony Alabi, is now streaming on Netflix.
L-R: Dave Bautista and Kumail Nanjiani in "Stuber"; Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation(NEW YORK) -- Opening nationwide on Friday:
* Stuber -- This action-comedy stars The Big Sick's Kumail Nanjiani as an Uber driver named Stu, who's in for "the rideshare of his life" after picking up a cop -- played by Guardians of the Galaxy's Dave Bautista -- who's hot on the trail of a killer. Natalie Morales and Mira Sorvino co-star. Rated R.
* Crawl -- Sam Raimi, the filmmaker behind the Evil Dead series, produced this horror film about a father and daughter, played respectively by Barry Pepper and Kaya Scodelario, who find themselves trapped in a flooding house during a Category 5 hurricane and are hunted by alligators. Rated R.
Opening in limited release on Friday:
* The Art of Self Defense -- This dark comedy stars Jesse Eisenberg as a mild-mannered accountant who takes up karate as a means of self-defense after being attacked by a motorcycle gang. Also starring Alessandro Nivola and Imogen Poots. Rated R.
* The Farewell -- Crazy Rich Asians and Oceans 8 star Awkwafina leads the cast of this dramedy about Chinese-American family who, upon learning their grandmother has been diagnosed with terminal lung cancer, decides not to keep her in the dark and schedules a family gathering before she passes. Rated PG.
Michael Parmelee/FX(LOS ANGELES) -- (NOTE: POSE SPOILER ALERT) Pose actressAngelica Ross is taking Hollywood by storm and making history while she's doing it.
After her abrupt departure from Ryan Murphy's hit FX show on Tuesday, Ross announced on Wednesday that she's already landed her next role on Murphy's other hit show, American Horror Story: 1984.
“I am ELATED to make history as the first trans actor to secure 2 series regular roles, leaping from #PoseFX to #AHS1984," she tweeted. "Thank you @MrRPMurphy for the gift of playing Candy & creating my newest role on American Horror Story! I’m so honored & excited to join the @AHSFX family!!!”
Ross has been cast as a series regular on the upcoming season, which is set to pay homage to 1980s slasher films.
In a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, Ross touched on how Candy's violent death is an all-to-real scenario for trans women of color.
“It’s one of those things that I feel like, as soon as I heard the information, [I] was devastated and wanted to first ask, ‘Why? Why me? Why Candy?’" she said. "It was just such an echo of the same sentiment to any black trans woman that’s been passing week after week. Why them?”
American Horror Story: 1984 will premiere Wednesday, Sept. 18, at 10 p.m. ET on FX.