Entertainment News | WRHL http://www.wrhl.net/pages/index.cfm?id=507 Entertainment News 2016-09-29T12:00:21Z Entertainment News Jimmy Kimmel rolls out red carpet as Emmy host After rolling out the red carpet Wednesday morning in anticipation of Sunday's Emmy ceremony, host Jimmy Kimmel warned he's planning a prank on folks not watching the show. De Kooning painting going on the auction block in the fall NEW YORK (AP) — A large painting from one of Willem de Kooning's most productive periods is going on the auction block in the fall. Christie's is offering "Untitled XXV" in New York on Nov. 15, where it believes it could realize around $40 million. 'All My Children' creator Agnes Nixon dies at 93 LOS ANGELES (AP) — Agnes Nixon, the creative force behind the edgy and enduring TV soap operas "One Life to Live" and "All My Children," died Wednesday. She was 93. California governor signs bill dumping rape reporting limit SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — The emotional stories of women who say they were sexually assaulted more than a decade ago by Bill Cosby prompted California state lawmakers to approve a bill to eliminate the state's 10-year limit on filing rape and related charges. Brad Pitt skips film premiere to focus on 'family situation' LOS ANGELES (AP) — Brad Pitt is skipping his first public appearance after last week's split with Angelina Jolie Pitt. He says he won't attend the premiere of Terrence Malick's new documentary Wednesday night as scheduled. Man accosts Kim Kardashian in Paris for second time PARIS (AP) — Serial celebrity accoster Vitalii Sediuk has struck again, this time at Paris Fashion Week, targeting Kim Kardashian's derriere as she was entering an exclusive restaurant. 'NCIS' showrunner Gary Glasberg dies in Los Angeles at 50 LOS ANGELES (AP) — The executive producer of TV's "NCIS" and creator of "NCIS: New Orleans" has died. CBS says in a statement that Gary Glasberg died in his sleep Wednesday. He was 50. George Takei gives personal collection to Los Angeles museum LOS ANGELES (AP) — Actor and activist George Takei is donating a trove of art and artifacts from his life and career to the Japanese American National Museum in Los Angeles. Agnes Nixon, creator of 'All My Children' and 'One Life to Live,' has died at age 93, ABC confirms LOS ANGELES (AP) — Agnes Nixon, creator of 'All My Children' and 'One Life to Live,' has died at age 93, ABC confirms. Rihanna, new top designers debut at Paris Fashion Week PARIS (AP) — New designer debuts from powerhouses Lanvin and Saint Laurent — and popstar Rihanna's first Paris catwalk show for Fenty Puma — marked the start of Spring-Summer 2017 shows in the City of Light. DJ Khaled book 'The Keys' coming in November NEW YORK (AP) — DJ Khaled wants it all written down. Alec Baldwin's very big deal: playing Donald Trump on 'SNL' NEW YORK (AP) — "Saturday Night Live" has made a YUGE decision: It has chosen Alec Baldwin to impersonate GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump. In 'American Honey,' finding family in a hopeless place TORONTO (AP) — The face filmmaker Andrea Arnold makes at the thought of storyboarding her films is the kind of bitter, disgusted look most people reserve for a bath full of leeches. What time is it? Kitten Bowl IV taping time! NEW YORK (AP) — The furry, fleet-footed pawthletes of Kitten Bowl IV didn't exactly have the plays down Wednesday at the taping of the annual cuteness fest that airs on the Hallmark Channel each Super Bowl Sunday. Brad Pitt skips LA premiere to 'focus on family' Brad Pitt canceled a red-carpet appearance on Wednesday for filmmaker Terrence Malick's new movie "Voyage of Time" to focus on his "family situation" amid a messy divorce from Angelina Jolie. Pitt, 52, was scheduled to attend the premiere at the California Science Center in Los Angeles for the 40-minute feature examining the origins of the universe, which he narrates. "Terrence's 'Voyage of Time' is an incredibly beautiful and unique experiential IMAX film for children and families chronicling the birth of time," Pitt said in a statement. Work on airstrip for Bruce Willis suspended due to zoning FAIRFIELD, Idaho (AP) — Construction of a private airstrip for actor Bruce Willis in Idaho has been suspended because of zoning issues. Stars expose problems, seek solutions on 'America Divided' NEW YORK (AP) — Norman Lear, a show business legend and full-throated humanist, set out last spring to rent a modest apartment in the Bronx. For Idina Menzel, new CD is 'a new beginning' after tumult NEW YORK (AP) — It's only five letters — just her first name, unadorned. All in lowercase, with a period at the end. Jennifer Lopez is back in judge's chair for dance show LOS ANGELES (AP) — Jennifer Lopez is stepping in front of the camera for NBC's new "World of Dance" competition series. Goldie Hawn's key to romance with Kurt Russell? No marriage LONDON (AP) — Goldie Hawn says the key to her successful 33-year Hollywood romance with Kurt Russell is that they never got married. Review: Grateful Dead's Bob Weir delivers earthy solo effort Bob Weir, "Blue Mountain" (Columbia/Legacy and ROAR) Playboy features woman wearing hijab for first time For the first time ever, Playboy has featured a woman wearing a hijab. Parents of Trayvon Martin have book coming in January 2017 NEW YORK (AP) — The parents of Trayvon Martin, the Florida teen fatally shot in 2012 by a neighborhood watch volunteer, have a book coming out on Jan. 31. Pro skateboarder Brian Anderson comes out as gay NEW YORK (AP) — Professional skateboarder Brian Anderson has publicly come out as gay. Pixies return as full band with heads in absurd The Pixies, pioneers of alternative rock, have returned as a full band and with a renewed surrealism. "Head Carrier," which comes out on Friday, is only the sixth studio album by the underground icons who went on hiatus at their height in the early 1990s. On "Head Carrier," the Pixies bring back their earlier energy levels -- and also find a missing element, a female voice, in the form of Argentine-born bassist Paz Lenchantin who has formally joined the band after temporarily replacing Deal on tour. Disney to make live-action 'Lion King,' Favreau directing NEW YORK (AP) — The animated classic "The Lion King" will be the latest Disney film to get a live-action remake. Dan Brown's next thriller, 'Origin,' coming next fall NEW YORK (AP) — Dan Brown's next thriller is set to come out next fall. Tom Petty to be honored as MusiCares Person of the Year NEW YORK (AP) — Tom Petty will be honored as the MusiCares Person of the Year next year days before the Grammy Awards. Stage musical to be made from novel 'Madame Sousatzka' NEW YORK (AP) — A musical based on the novel that was turned into the Shirley MacLaine film "Madame Sousatzka" is hoping to make it to Broadway. Courteney Cox: Brangelina split 'not about' Jennifer Aniston LOS ANGELES (AP) — Courteney Cox wants people to leave the name of her close friend and former "Friends" cast mate Jennifer Aniston out of any discussion about Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's divorce. UK judge bans publication of hacked Pippa Middleton photos LONDON (AP) — A British judge on Wednesday banned the publication of stolen photographs of Pippa Middleton after allegations that 3,000 personal images were taken in a hacking attack on her iCloud account. Lin-Manuel Miranda to host 'Saturday Night Live' LOS ANGELES (AP) — Alexander Hamilton is coming to "Saturday Night Live." Buckingham Palace official jailed over bribes for contracts LONDON (AP) — A former British royal official has been sentenced to five years in prison for taking more than 100,000 pounds ($130,000) in bribes to award contracts for work at Buckingham Palace and other royal residences. Yves Saint Laurent designer makes highly-anticipated debut PARIS (AP) — A huge crane in the colors of the French flag hoisted up a giant neon YSL logo above a construction site in the French capital, literally setting expectations high for this year's YSL show at Paris Fashion Week. Katy Perry strips down at ballot box for Funny or Die Katy Perry would like to remind voters it doesn't matter what you wear when you vote. Abdul-Jabbar writing book about UCLA coach John Wooden NEW YORK (AP) — Kareem Abdul-Jabbar's next book will be a fond look back at his long friendship with John Wooden, the celebrated basketball coach at UCLA. 'The Magicians' author writing novel set in post-Camelot era NEW YORK (AP) — The author of the best-selling "Magicians" fantasy trilogy will next take on the aftermath of King Arthur and Camelot. Rapper gets 15-year sentence in child porn, music video case COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — An Ohio rapper who federal authorities say recorded sexually explicit footage of teen girls and edited the footage into music videos has been sentenced to 15 years in prison. Striking a chord! Bostonians embrace pop-up painted pianos BOSTON (AP) — Bostonians are embracing the painted pianos that have popped up across the city and neighboring Cambridge in recent days. Filmmaker Michael Moore says theater won't allow his show COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Documentary filmmaker Michael Moore says he's not allowed to perform a one-man show about the presidential race at a central Ohio theater because officials there consider him too controversial. WRHL 2016-09-29T05:00:21Z http://www.wrhl.net/pages/index.cfm?id=507