The D-List: Monday

Ben Affleck Talks About His Batman Script

Ben Affleck is beginning to speak more in-depth about his decision to hang up his Batman cape.

In an interview with IGN, Affleck said the script for his Batman movie was his biggest issue. "We worked on the script, I was trying to figure out how to crack it, and I was never happy enough with it where I thought it was worth going out and making it."

Affleck also admitted the same thing about the script in an interview three years ago.

The Batman without Affleck or his script is still scheduled to hit theaters in June of 2021.

Pete Davidson and Kate Beckinsale Together Again

It's looking more and more like Pete Davidson and Kate Beckinsale are an item after they were spotted around NYC together over the weekend.

The two were seen at an SNL party with Davidson holding her hand as they left the party around 3 am.

They were also seen together at the Rangers vs Capitals hockey game and a lot of PDA was involved.

Rumors of the two dating first came out in January after the two were seen cozying up at Netflix's Golden Globes after-party.

Jonah Hill May Direct Gucci Mane’s Next Video

Jonah Hill is hinting that his next gig may be as director of Gucci Mane's new music video.

Hill teased the collab by posting a screenshot of a text from Gucci along with a response that said, "Music videos were my favorite growing up and I feel grateful I get to direct them with some of my favorite artists. Let's Go!"

This won't be Hill's first time directing a music video. Hill has also directed videos for Danny Brown, Steve Lacy, Vampire Weekend, and others.

Ariana Grande Goes To Whole Foods and Target

Ariana Grande was a normal person on Sunday as she shopped at Target and Whole Foods.

It wasn't in New York or Los Angeles. Grande was in Lititz, Pennsylvania.

Grande stopped to take photos with fans while she was in the stores.

She is making a pit stop in Pennsylvania before she kicks off her world tour.

The Sandlot To Return With Original Cast

All that press last year celebrating the 25th anniversary of the now classic baseball movie The Sandlot has paid off. The original gang is back together for a TV series reboot.

The Hollywood Reporter quotes the film's writer and director, David Mickey Evans, who says that two seasons of the show has been bought by one of the bigger streaming services.

Set to take place in 1984, the grownup cast members will play parents, which is all Evans could reveal.

Back in August it was announced that a prequel was in the works, with Evans at the helm of that project too.

EW Gives "Game of Thrones" First Look

This week's Entertainment Weekly gives us what promises to be a spolier-free look behind the scenes at the final season of Game of Thrones.

The first story features the crew worrying about a helicopter flying over the site of a huge scene. They hoped it wasn't anyone trying to get an idea of what will happen in upcoming episodes. It turned out to be a police copter.

Director David Nutter said, "There are a lot of firsts in these episodes. There’s the funniest sequence I’ve ever shot on this show, the most emotional and compelling scene I’ve ever shot, and there’s one scene where there’s so many [major characters] together it feels like you’re watching a superhero movie.”

The article also tells the lead up to the epic battle of Winterfell. it included 11 weeks of night shoots with 750 people working to get it right.

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