The Walking Dead ended its sixth season with a cliffhanger that left fans thirsting for more.
Executive producers Scott M. Gimple and Robert Kirkman were on Talking Dead after the season finale and dished on the jaw-dropping episode. Gimble said of the cliffhanger ending, “The end of the story is what people saw. And when we reveal who was on the receiving end there, that’s going to be the start of another story. The kickback effects from that, what it makes everyone into, how people react, how the world changes for everyone, that’s the next part of the story.”
Check out what else the producers had to say about the thrilling finale here.
WWE just rewrote its own history right before our eyes.
WrestleMania 32 was a huge hit for the company, scoring the highest ever attendance for a WWE event while also becoming the highest grossing live event in WWE history.
The event pulled in $17.3 million from ticket sales and pay per view, beating WrestleMania 31, which earned $12.6 million. More than 2 million tweets were generated during WrestleMania 32, making it the top trending topic of the night.
WrestleMania 33 is set for Sunday April 2, 2017.
The Backstreet Boys are back at it again with the music.
According to reports, the boy band is returning for a nine-show run in Vegas. Nick Carter revealed to ET that the Backstreet crew signed a nine-show deal with Live Nation as a sort of trial run for something more permanent.
All five of the band members are confirmed for the nine shows.
Idris Elba is taking a leap into the fashion world with his new project Cut From A Different Cloth.
The documentary tells the story about high-end Superdry British clothing line, for which Elba teamed up with partners Julian Dunkerton and fellow founder James Holder. The line is worth $1.7 billion in the UK and Europe, and is now setting its sights on America and China.
Cut From A Different Cloth is being launched at the Mip Mart in Cannes and is produced by Woodcut Media and Elba’s own Green Door Pictures.
The 2016 Juno Awards took place over the weekend and ironically was a big night for The Weeknd.
The Canadian hitmaker took home trophies in five categories, including “Best Single of the Year” for “Can’t Feel My Face” at the country’s music awards.
Justin Bieber took home the “Juno Fan Choice Award,” voted on by ordinary music fans, although he was booed for not showing up in person to the show. Gotta love Canada.
SOURCE: EW, Deadline, Vulture, Hollywood Reporter | PHOTO CREDIT: AMC, Getty, Twitter
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