Here's a rundown of what's in the Pop Culture news this morning, corralled and curated for your viewing pleasure!
James Corden Parodies Adele "Halloween"
Dressed as Chewbacca, he and Billy Eichner take on the sepia toned fantasy world. Watch it here:
Ariana Grande Drops New Music Video For "Focus" - And She's Got Light Grey/Purple Hair!
Ariana is packing on the punch with the new single "Focus" and her music video - showing that she's going to "Focus" on this whole pop thing. Take a peek:
Matt Lauer Wins For Most Ridiculous Costume
In honor of the Peanuts movie, the cast of the Today Show got their Charlie Brown on - but the best of them was Matt Lauer, who dressed up as Lucy.
Matt Lauer is Lucy from Peanuts for Halloween and he is working
The runner up? George Stephanopoulos as Ed Sheeran.
— Good Morning America (@GMA) October 30, 2015
The Thrift Shop In "Thrift Shop" Music Video Is Closing - Macklemore Not Happy
The Value Village thrift store, otherwise known as the backdrop for Macklemore and Ryan Lewis's big breakout song "Thrift Shop" is said to be closing according to The Seattle Times. The article shares a quote from the owner/spokesperson, stating “Though unfortunate, certain business conditions have made it necessary to close our Value Village thrift store in the Capitol Hill neighborhood after a number of years of leasing the space on a month-to-month basis." Macklemore had one response to this:
Ah hell no!!! .... https://t.co/yAqfpJgiAP
— Macklemore (@macklemore) October 28, 2015
We wonder if Mack and Ryan will maybe do something about it?
Ocean's Eleven Is Getting An All-Female Reboot!?!?!
NME reports that Sandra Bullock will be the lead role in the Ocean's reboot, and that George Clooney just might make an appearance as Danny Ocean. Steven Soderbergh and George Clooney have been reportedly working on putting this all together, according to IndieWire, and also says that during the Sony leak, the Ghostbusters III reboot was shoved to the forefront. The article states"The then Sony chief urgerd her team to move faster on her all-female 'Ghostbusters' project when she got wind of the competing gender-swap ensemble film in the works."
— Cindy Hamlet (@HamletCindy) October 30, 2015
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