Disney Plus no longer offers free trial… Bachelor fans are speculating… Michael Keaton returns… BTS premieres the world’s #1 song… and Jimmy Kimmel about to be canceled
Disney+ is breaking away from other streaming sites and is no longer offering a free trial. They may have made this move because they’re expecting to bring in a ton of new subscribers for the July 3rd release of “Hamilton.” Disney+ has been a huge success with over 54.5M subscribers worldwide in just six months. It costs $6.99 a month or $69.99 a year. Netflix and HULU are still offering a 30-day free trial period, while HBO Max offers a free seven-day trial.
Disney Plus No Longer Offers Free Trial Accounts https://t.co/FZJc53zPSC— Variety (@Variety) June 19, 2020
BTS is taking over UNO! Mobile — the electronic version of the classic card game. This is a limited in-game event with themed collectibles. So hurry and get your BTS avatars, voice packs, card sleeves, icon borders and game backgrounds. There will also be some fun competition and some in-game challenges where you unlock rewards and collect tokens that you can use in the BTS claw machine. And in case you missed it — although TRUE BTS fans already know this, BTS’ new single “Stay Gold” was released on Friday.
#BTS premieres the World’s #1 Song on iTunes, #StayGold, Live for the first time, hitting the highest notes!🕺🕺🕺🕺🕺🕺🕺🎤💥👑💜https://t.co/TAHoYRq0G7 pic.twitter.com/TubqBSE0oc— World Music Awards (@WORLDMUSICAWARD) June 22, 2020
Bachelor fans are shipping Colton Underwood and Madison Prewitt. This is a match that makes perfect sense, actually. Colton is fresh off his breakup with Cassie Randolph and Madison has been single since that whole Peter the Pilot debacle. Both are religious. She’s still saving herself for marriage, and Colton WAS saving himself for the right one. We’re not sure where he stands on that now. But when Madison posted about an online Christian dating site, Colton posted in the comments, “Amen!” And then when Colton shared a post talking about his faith, Madison commented, “So good.” Now Bachelor Nation is begging these two to date. As one posted, “OMG YALL NEED TO DATE YOU BOTH LOVE JESUS.”
Fans are speculating that Colton Underwood and Madison Prewett will be the next #BachelorNation couple after his split from Cassie Randolph. https://t.co/kfGUDHxRTA— Us Weekly (@usweekly) June 21, 2020
It was a huge shock when Michael Keaton was cast to play Batman in the first two big Batman movies — 1989’s “Batman” and 1992’s “Batman Returns.” But Michael proved the doubters wrong and ended up being a fan favorite. And now, almost three decades after hanging up his Batsuit, The Hollywood Reporter says Michael is in talks to play Bruce Wayne again in the upcoming “Flash” movie, starring Ezra Miller. Sources say there’s even talk that Michael could appear in several D.C. movies, acting as a mentor to the superheroes — much like Samuel Jackson’s Nick Fury in the Marvel movies. The new “Flash” movie is expected to include time travel and multiple universes which would explain how Michael Keaton and Robert Pattinson can exist as Bruce Wayne at the same time.
.@MichaelKeaton, who famously starred as the Caped Crusader in the 1990s #Batman movies, is in talks to reprise the character for Warner Bros.’s #TheFlash https://t.co/Vq0z0SooAD— The Hollywood Reporter (@THR) June 22, 2020
Did Jimmy Kimmel know what was coming when he suddenly announced he was taking the rest of the summer off? He’s being slammed for his behavior during a 2009 interview with Megan Fox. Back when she was 15, Megan landed a job as featured extra in “Bad Boys II.” She explained, “They were shooting this club scene and they brought me in, and I was wearing a Stars-and-Stripes Bikini and a red cowboy hat. And six-inch heels.” She said director Michael Bay approved, but when he was told Megan was only 15 and that she couldn’t be filmed sitting at a bar with a drink in her hand, his solution was to have her dance beneath a waterfall, getting soaking wet. (She was even credited as “Stars-and-Stripes Bikini Kid Dancing Under Waterfall.”) Everyone laughed, but Megan reminded Jimmy, “At 15! I was in tenth grade. So that’s a microcosm of how Bay’s mind works.” Rather than being sympathetic, Jimmy said, “Well, that’s really a microcosm of how all our minds work.” That rubbed a lot of people the wrong way. But that’s not all. Back when Jimmy was on Comedy Central’s “The Man Show,” he put on blackface to play NBA star Karl Malone and more blackface for his parody of “The Oprah Winfrey Show” called “Oprah Jimfrey.”
Jimmy Kimmel reportedly used ‘N-word’ while imitating Snoop Dogg in 1996 https://t.co/ecj4EJbI6s pic.twitter.com/qjRzEYbE9m— New York Post (@nypost) June 23, 2020