MATRIX 4 IS HAPPENING: We are returning to The Matrix, according to reports, with Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss starring with Lana Wachowski set to direct and write. The original film, The Matrix, was released just over 20 years ago on March 31, 1999. "We could not be more excited to be re-entering The Matrix with Lana," Toby Emmerich, Warner Bros. Picture Group chairman, said Tuesday. "Lana is a true visionary—a singular and original creative filmmaker—and we are thrilled that she is writing, directing and producing this new chapter in The Matrix universe."
JAMES BOND DETAILS DROP: Finally, the title and release date of the forthcoming James Bond film have been revealed: No Time To Die will arrive on April 8, 2020. Daniel Craig is reprising his role as James Bond. The franchise's social media channels also shared an image from the film.
LIAM HEMSWORTH HANGS 10: Liam Hemsworth is sticking with his family and the beach post-split from Miley Cyrus. He was spotted with older brother Chris Hemsworth and a bunch of friends boogie boarding in Australia where Chris lives with wife Elsa Pataky and their three kids — daughter India, 7, and 5-year-old twin boys Sasha and Tristan.
WENDY WILLIAMS OUT AND ABOUT: Wendy Williams is living it up in NYC, despite canceling several comedy shows, Page Six reports. A spy spills that she was out with Cardi B and Madina Milana on Saturday to celebrate radio host Jason Lee's birthday at Bryant Park Hotel.
LEA THOMPSON SAYS WOMEN DISAPPEAR IN HOLLYWOOD POST-KIDS: Lea Thompson, 58, is looking back on how her career changed since becoming a mom. Thompson, who is married to Pretty in Pinkdirector Howard Deutch, is mom to actress Zoey Deutch, 24, and filmmaker Madelyn Deutch, 28. She tells Justin Long on his "Life Is Short" podcast: "I did 900 movies in a row, but what happens is it all screeches to a halt when you have a baby. I wanna do the research on this because, once you push a baby out, you can't be a movie star anymore." She noted that Meryl Streep is an exception to the rule.
ALYSSA MILANO TALKS ABORTIONS: Actress Alyssa Milano, 46, is opening up about her experience with abortions. On her podcast, "Sorry Not Sorry," she said: "In 1993, I had two abortions. I was in love for the first time, in the breathless way you can only be in love when you are young. It was huge. … It filled every part of living. It was a joyful and exciting and powerful time in my life." Milano said that she was taking birth control, and was horrified when she got pregnant. "I chose. It was my choice. And it was absolutely the right choice for me," she said. "It was not an easy choice. It was not something I wanted but it was something I needed – like most health care is."