Gabe Ginsberg/FilmMagic(LOS ANGELES) -- Safe to say Matt Damon isn't a fan of Donald Trump.
In an interview with ABC Radio, the star of the forthcoming Jason Bourne expressed his opinion that the Republican nominee is not fit to be president.
Damon's issue with Trump: his temperament. He says The Donald is still mad over an article in Spy magazine almost 30 years ago that said Trump has small hands -- and to this day Trump reportedly sends Spy magazine co-creator Graydon Carter pictures of his hands to try and prove they're not small.
"That temperament, somebody who would do that over the smallest slight, from some profile that was done 30 years ago, that temperament married to the power of the presidency is what scares me," Damon says.
L-R: Robby & Jordan; ABC/Craig Sjodin(LOS ANGELES) -- JoJo Fletcher now has her choice of two men following Monday night's episode of The Bachelorette.
The lucky finalists are Jordan and Robby. Luke and Chase were both eliminated, with Chase's goodbye being particularly tense.
The episode began where last week's left off: with an emotional JoJo wondering what she was going to do after Luke surprised her by pulling her aside right before the rose ceremony to tell her he loves her.
JoJo collected herself just enough to hand out roses to Jordan, Robby and Chase, leaving a stunned Luke to take the walk to the limo.
JoJo explained to him that while their relationship had gotten better over time, she hadn't been sure where she stood with him. Luke lamented that they'll never know what they could have had.
JoJo sobbed as she said goodbye to him. "I'm gonna miss you," she told him.
"I miss you already," Luke replied.
After that difficult goodbye, JoJo left for Thailand, where she had one-on-one dates with the three remaining bachelors. First up was Robby, with whom she perused a floating market and shared kisses in the rain.
The topic of Robby's ex-girlfriend, and the rumor that he broke up with her so he could be on the show, came up again. He showed JoJo a note his dad gave him, in which he encouraged him to forget the negativity and stick to his plan. He told JoJo to keep the note in case she ever has doubts about his feelings for her.
In turn, JoJo extended Robby an invite to the fantasy suite, which he readily accepted.
For her second date, JoJo was joined by Jordan for a hiking adventure, during which they reached a temple inside a cave where kissing is not permitted.
JoJo pressed Jordan on their possible future together. After a back-and-forth that questioned his commitment to her, he assured her that he wants to be with her. He told her that he's a "better person" because of her.
That was the right answer, because it got him an invite to the fantasy suite.
JoJo's final date had her and Chase taking a boat ride to a secluded beach.
After their beach visit, and while Chase was out of the picture, Robby visited JoJo to reiterate his feelings for her.
Over dinner, Chase accepted an invite to the fantasy suite -- but he didn't get to spend the night with her. Later on, when he told JoJo he loves her, JoJo wasn't feeling the same way. "I'm having an overwhelming feeling of doubt," she told the camera.
She stepped out for a moment to collect her thoughts, then returned. "I don't know if I'm in the same place as you," she admitted.
Chase let loose, saying he put it all on the line and that he regretted saying he loves her. "You never gave it a chance," he added.
He tried to walk out on her, but JoJo wanted to continue the conversation. "None of this makes sense," he said, and once again he took off.
In the car ride he compared receiving a fantasy suite invite and then having it taken away to being kicked in the you-know-where.
He must have taken a U-turn, because he interrupted the ensuing rose ceremony -- not to beg for a second chance, but to tell JoJo he's not mad at her.
However, he concluded, "I do think you're wrong…my heart is still open for you."
Privately, JoJo cried and admitted she still has feelings for Chase. Nevertheless, she resumed the rose ceremony and gave roses to Jordan and Robby, saying she was excited to introduce them to her family.
On Tuesday night, ABC will air the "Men Tell All" special. We'll learn JoJo's choice next Monday night on the season finale of The Bachelorette.
Tibrina Hobson/WireImage(LOS ANGELES) -- Ozzy Osbourne said his very public split from wife Sharon Osbourne earlier this year was just a "bump in the road" and the two are now "back on track again."
"Oh, she's back on track again," the Black Sabbath frontman, 67, said in an interview that aired Monday on ABC's Good Morning America. “You just, you make mistakes, and you learn by your mistakes, I think.”
After tabloid reports of turbulence in their 33-year marriage, Sharon announced on CBS' The Talk in May that she had kicked her husband out of their home.
"I'm 63 years of age and I can't keep living like this," she said on the show, which she co-hosts. "I don't know where I'm going, who I'm going with. And I just need time to think."
Now, two months later, Ozzy, who has three children with Sharon, put a different perspective on their marital troubles.
"No, it's just a bump in the road," he said. "Some days it's good, some days it's terrible, some days you just drift apart for a while. But you get back on the horse, you know."
Osbourne's son, Jack, who is married with two children of his own, defended the fact that marriage is not always perfect.
"As a married person myself, you know, marriage is not like, 'Hey, we're married. All is good,'" Jack told GMA. "I mean, it's just life."
The Osbourne father and son are hitting the road together for their new, offbeat travelogue reality series,Ozzy and Jack's World Detour, which airs Sundays on the History Channel.
ABC/Getty Images(LOS ANGELES) -- She might not be the "biggest fish" in Hollywood, but that's just fine withKristen Bell. "Those big fish sometimes have a hard time," the Bad Moms star told CBS Sunday Morning. "I can still go to the grocery store."
Bell's focus remains her family not fame, the Frozen voiceover actress noted, sharing for the very first time pictures of her "tiny" wedding to actor Dax Shepard.
While some stars are more famous for their multimillion dollar weddings that are expensive as their marriages are short, Bell and her hubby had a simple, no-frills courthouse wedding in 2013 that remains one of the highlights of Bell's life.
"We got married in a tiny room in the Beverly Hills courthouse, and it was still one of the best days of my life," Bell explained, showing the couple's attire was equally understated: Shepard is wearing a black tuxedo with bow tie and Bell has on a simple black top and pants with a statement necklace.
Bell got emotional while talking about her actor husband and the father of their two young daughters.
"He's a wonderful father," she said, tearing up.
"He knows the value of things. He was an addict for many, many years and he pulled himself out of it, and he's been sober for 11 or 12 years now," Bell added. "And he knows how many times he's messed up and how many times he's been really closing to losing everything."
Bell also knows the value of family. The Bad Moms star, who has appeared with her husband in ads for Samsung Electronics and will star alongside him in a movie next year, doesn't take what she has for granted.
"I always think, if I'm on my deathbed, what am I gonna be thinking about? And it won't be some random movie I participated in, or some TV show. It will be my family," Bell said.
Doctor Strange stars Benedict Cumberbatch as neurosurgeon Doctor Stephen Strange, who turns to mysticism to try to heal his injured hands following a terrible car wreck -- and ends up discovering the hidden world of magic and alternate dimensions.
The new, nearly two-and-a-half-minute clip prominently features Tilda Swinton as The Ancient One, Strange's mentor, who helps transform the brilliant surgeon into the "Sorcerer Supreme."
Speaking with ABC Radio at Comic-Con, director Scott Derrickson said of the film, "It is darker, I think, and more serious than maybe any Marvel movie....It's not Guardians of the Galaxy but it's by no means dour."
Doctor Strange, co-starring Chiwetel Ejiofor, Rachel McAdams and Mads Mikkelsen, will be released November 4.
Speaking of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, new footage from the sequel was screened, and Kurt Russell was confirmed to be playing Ego (AKA Ego, The Living Planet), the alien father of Chris Pratt's half-earthling Peter Quill/Star-Lord.
The film will have a baby Groot, which director James Gunn says he spent a lot of time designing -- and about whom lucky fans who saw a peek couldn't stop gushing online.
"It was something that really ushered the movie in a new direction," he says of the tree character, which was born out of the Groot that died in the first film.
It was announced that a new attraction based on the Guardians of the Galaxy series will open at Disney California Adventure park in Anaheim, California, next summer. You can preview the ride by watching a featurette on Disneyland's YouTube page.
The sequel debuts in May of 2017.
Marvel also unveiled Hulk-related props from the upcoming Thor: Ragnarok, as well as footage and concept art of Spider-Man: Homecoming, which will have Tom Holland reprising the titular role after appearing in this year's Captain America: Civil War.
"It's a straight-up high school movie," director Jon Watts described the project.
The film, also featuring Michael Keaton and Marisa Tomei, hits theaters in July of 2017.
Marvel is owned by Disney, the parent company of ABC News.
L-R: Director Ryan Coogler, actors Danai Gurira, Chadwick Boseman, Lupita Nyong'o and Michael B. Jordan from Marvel Studios’ “Black Panther”; Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for Disney(SAN DIEGO, Calif.) -- Marvel's Black Panther cast was unveiled over the weekend during Comic-Con in San Diego.
We already knew Chadwick Boseman will play the titular character. On Saturday, the studio confirmed that Michael B. Jordan will co-star as Erik Killmonger; Lupita Nyong’o will portray Nakia; and The Walking Dead's Danai Gurira will fill the role of Okoye.
Jordan told ABC Radio "it's about time" that there's a comic book movie with a black cast and black director -- his Creed director, Ryan Coogler.
"I feel really optimistic about it and I'm really proud to be a part of it," he added.
Jordan further commented on how a movie like this one can help heal the racial tensions the country is experiencing right now.
"I think whenever you're able to tell stories from different perspectives that people might have a stereotypical point of view on and you're able to shine a light on it in a creative way, I think that always helps," he said.
Nyong'o pointed out that Marvel has a "rich and diverse universe," and its films are "embracing that diversity."
Black Panther will arrive in theaters in 2018.
Marvel is owned by Disney, the parent company of ABC News.
John Oliver; Emily Shur/HBO(NEW YORK) -- Every election cycle, there’s always at least a few stories about candidates using a singer or band’s song in their campaign without the artist’s permission. Most recently, it’s the Donald Trump campaign that’s taken heat for that from Queen, The Rolling Stones and George Harrison. Now, John Oliver is giving the artists their say.
A segment that aired Sunday night on HBO’s Last Week Tonight with John Oliver features some A-list artists all performing “Stop Using Our Songs” -- a tongue-in-cheek, “We Are the World”-type anthem appealing to politicians to, well, stop using their songs without permission.
Rockers Ann and Nancy Wilson of Heart, John Mellencamp, and Dan Reynolds of Imagine Dragons, and pop stars Cyndi Lauper, Usher, Sheryl Crow, Josh Groban and Michael Bolton all take turns singing the verses, then join in on the chorus:
"Stop using our songs, you won’t sing along/It might seem appealing, but you’re just stealing.”
The video does give candidates an alternate song they can use for free: a cat walking across an electric organ’s keys, then laying down on them for a nice nap.
Paramount(NEW YORK) -- Star Trek Beyond beamed up to the top spot at the weekend box office.
The third movie in the rebooted Star Trek franchise earned an estimated 59.6 million dollars to open in first place.
Star Trek Beyond was directed by Justin Lin, who took over the reins from J.J. Abrams. The movie features Chris Pine, Zoe Saldana, Zachary Quinto, Simon Pegg, Karl Urban, John Cho and the late Anton Yelchin, plus newcomer to the series Idris Elba.
After two weeks in first place, the animated hit The Secret Life of Pets slipped to second place, collecting 29.3 million dollars.
The new horror flick Lights Out tied for third place with Ghostbusters; both made 21.6 million dollars.
Ice Age: Collision Course followed with a 21-million-dollar debut.
Here are the top 10 movies from Friday through Sunday, with estimated ticket sales, according to comScore:
1. Star Trek Beyond, $59.6 million. 2. The Secret Life of Pets, $29.3 million. 3T. Lights Out, $21.6 million. 3T. Ghostbusters, $21.6 million. 5. Ice Age: Collision Course, $21 million. 6. Finding Dory, $7.2 million. 7. The Legend of Tarzan, $6.4 million. 8. Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates, $4.4 million. 9. Kabali (Tamil & Telugu), $4.1 million. 10. Hillary's America: The Secret History of the Democratic Party, $3.7 million.
Paramount Pictures(NEW YORK) -- Zachary Quinto can be seen in his third go 'round as Mr. Spock in Star Trek Beyond. In a chat with ABC News, Quinto admits he was nervous to meet the late Leonard Nimoy before getting the chance to play the actor and director's younger self.
However, the pair unexpectedly became close friends, Quinto says, making Nimoy's death in 2015 especially hard. "It just became a really, really profound and important relationship, and I miss him."
Although Nimoy is gone, he's a part of Star Trek Beyond, Quinto explains. "I feel like it was very important for me to find a way to include him in this film. and I thought that Simon Pegg and Doug Jung, our writers, did a beautiful job of really weaving him into the narrative, and not having it be a fleeting acknowledgement..."
Quinto adds, "A lot of audiences responded really, really positively to that."
The cast also had to weather the death of another former castmember, Anton Yelchin, who was killed in a freak car accident in June.
His character, Pavel Chekov, won't be re-cast by Trek reboot series producer J.J. Abrams, and Quinto agrees with the decision. "To honor him and the beautiful work in these movies, we'll find ways to honor him and celebrate him, but not try to ever put somebody in his place, because that would be impossible anyway...He was an incredible guy. We miss him."
Star Trek Beyond debuted in first place over the weekend, earning an estimated 59.6 million dollars.
AMC(SAN DIEGO) -- On October 23 at 9 p.m. Eastern, fans of The Walking Dead will finally got to see which one of Rick's gang Negan executed in the closing moments of season six.
The AMC smash -- pun intended -- will return that night, finally, presumably, solving the mystery of which cast member bought it at the end of Lucille, the barb wire-covered bat wielded by Jeffrey Dean Morgan's big bad.
Along with that news, shared at San Diego Comic-Con, came a new trailer.
Footage of the beloved characters in the Grimes posse -- Rick, Daryl, Carl, Abraham, Maggie, Glenn, Sasha, Aaron, Michonne, Rosita, and Eugene -- flash by as Negan calmly recites, "Eeny, Meeny, Miney, Moe."
The footage -- which also features the expected walker-killing action -- also introduces another major character from the Walking Dead graphic novel series, the tiger-wielding King Ezekiel.
Seriously: dude sits on a throne and pets a tiger.
MPL Communications/MJ Kim(LONDON) -- The U.K.'s Official Charts Company has presented Paul McCartney with the prestigious Official Chart Record Breaker Award in recognition of the rock legend being the most successful album artist in the history of his home country. McCartney received the honor for scoring more total #1 albums on the U.K.'s Official Albums Chart, 22, than any other artist.
The 74-year-old musician's old band The Beatles notched 15 chart-topping albums, while Sir Paul also hit #1 four times as a solo artist, twice with Wings and once with his late wife, Linda.
In a video message, McCartney says the honor, "feels unbelievable, because when you write your songs you don't count how well they're doing. I remember when Please, Please Me went to number one, that was our first number one record, and it's a beautiful feeling to suddenly get this [award]."
He adds, "So thank you to the people for giving it to me, I love you. And thank you to everyone who made it possible by buying the records, we love you too!"
The Official Charts Company notes that McCartney also has spent the most total weeks atop the albums chart, 191, while the Fab Four's first album, 1963's Please Please Me, was #1 for more weeks, 30, than any other debut effort.
Following McCartney on the list of artists with the most #1 U.K. albums are his three Beatles band mates: John Lennon at #2 with 18; George Harrison at #3 with 17; and Ringo Starr tied at #4 -- with pop star Robbie Williams -- with 15. Elvis Presley, Phil Collins and Madonna are tied for sixth place on the list with 12 chart-topping albums, while David Bowie is #9 with 11.
McCartney receives his award on the 60th anniversary of the publication of the first Official Albums Chart.
Marvel/Netflix(SAN DIEGO) -- As its hard-hitting "Hell's Kitchen Heroes" would, Marvel came out swinging at San Diego Comic-Con Thursday, with a slew of news and new footage from its Netflix shows.
Not only did they release a full teaser to this fall's Luke Cage, but also a "first look" at the upcoming Iron Fist, and teasers for both the third season of Daredevil, and The Defenders, the series that will unite each of the series titular heroes -- as well as Kysten Ritter's Jessica Jones -- into one Avengers-like team.
Luke Cage hits the streaming service first, debuting on September 20. In the series, Mike Colter reprises his Jessica Jones role as Cage, a wrongly-accused fugitive left super-strong and unbreakable after an experiment. The series will see Luke relocating uptown from Jones' and Daredevil's home turf of Hell's Kitchen to Harlem, where Cage will take on criminal kingpin Cottonmouth Stokes, the cousin of a local politician played by Alfre Woodard.
"...I'm not wearing a costume," Colter says of Cage. "I'm a street-level hero. And what I'm trying to do is work on saving the community." He adds of the anticipated series, "It's really grounded."
Iron Fist follows Danny Rand (Finn Jones), the son of a murdered business mogul who masters martial arts -- and eventually a mystical power that makes his fists inhumanly strong -- to avenge his murdered parents. The show debuts in 2017, as does Defenders.
Release dates for a second season of Jones, Daredevil season 3, and a Punisher series haven't been released.
Mary Ellen Matthews/NBC(NEW YORK) -- Leslie Jones is back on Twitter after nearly 72 hours of social media silence.
The Ghostbusters star made a grand entrance tweeting, "Welp...a b**** thought she could stay away. But who else is gonna live tweet Game of Thrones!!"
She then quickly followed up her tweet with a Wilmer Valderrama meme from That '70s Show that shows Valderrama's character Fez mouthing "I love you."
Jones adds the message, "Thanks for the love and support I received! made me feel real special See you later on@sethmeyers#LoveForLeslieJ."
Jones had announced on Monday she was leaving social media after receiving an onslaught of racist comments. She was immediately defended by fans and many of her celebrity friends including Dan Aykroyd, who called her haters "insignificant gnats."
Paramount Pictures(SAN DIEGO) -- Zachary Quinto is the rare person who hasn't been swept up in the Pokemon Go craze.
The Star Trek star says the popularity of the mobile game "unsettles" and "troubles" him. "I have no judgment of people who want to play it, but it is entirely not for me and I will not ever play it," he told ABC Radio Thursday at Comic-Con in San Diego.
In other words, he won't be searching for Pokemon while he's at Comic-Con. He's there to promote a couple of projects, Star Trek Beyond and Snowden.
You can see Quinto reprise his role of Spock in Star Trek Beyond beginning Friday.
Paramount Pictures(HOLLYWOOD) -- When I last wrote a review of a Star Trek movie, I received the wrath of Kahn: Fans – some of whom hadn’t even seen the movie yet -- were furious I didn’t like Into Darkness. A few were also upset because I spoiled the movie’s predictable reveal. I apologized for that, but I will never apologize for disliking that movie.
I thought Pine’s Kirk was insufferable, and aped whiny Luke Skywalker in Star Wars Episode IV. I thought some of the plot points and decisions made by The Federation were so ludicrous, I had a hard time suspending my disbelief for the majority of the movie.
I also know some die-hard fans who were furious about the movie not being “canon.” Look, I grew up with Allan Asherman’s Star Trek Compendium prominently displayed on our living room bookcase -- hey, Allan Asherman even came over to our house! But when it comes to these Star Trek movies, you know what? I don’t give a Tribble about canon. I just want to see a movie that makes sense and is entertaining.
So, I’m going to make this review completely spoiler free:
Star Trek Beyond is fantastic! The End. Love, David.
OK, I lied. I’m back.
Whether directors J.J. Abrams, Justin Lin and co-writers Simon Pegg and Doug Jung meant to or not, this is the one Star Trek movie that absolutely, unequivocally says, “Gen X-ers: this one’s for you!” I am a Gen X-er…and there are moments in this movie that are catnip for anybody from that era.
We have a killer and endearing opening scene, followed by Pine as a much more mature and pensive Kirk. His first Captain’s Log does a superlative job of inviting us along on this particular journey: it’s human and relatable. A Starship captain’s struggle is real, yo! James Tiberius Kirk needs a change, and once the Enterprise arrives at the Federation’s newest, jaw-dropping space station, we find out his intentions when he meets with Commodore Paris (Shohreh Aghdashloo).
Minimal spoilers ahead!
Kirk and company are called back into action when an unidentifiable ship in distress comes hurtling towards the space station. The lone being on the ship claims to be a female officer from a distant planet whose crew was abducted, and she needs to get her ship back. Obviously, the Enterprise is the only ship that could handle this particular mission – but nobody could predict what comes next!
What ensues is, in my opinion, the best battle sequence in the whole of the Star Trek franchise. It is legitimately terrifying, as well as thrilling, and it’s when we meet our villain, Krall (Idris Elba). Director Justin Lin does a fantastic job of endowing that moment, and the ones immediately following, with a sense of hopelessness and doom and gloom I haven’t really experienced since Star Trek II: The Wrath Of Kahn.
Then, there are Dr. “Bones” McCoy (Karl Urban) and Chief Engineer Scotty (Pegg). Maybe it’s because Pegg co-wrote the movie, but Scotty’s at his funniest here, while Urban’s DeForrest Kelly-inspired portrayal of Bones is just beautiful, and the best piece of casting in this series, period. Sure, Zachary Quinto looks like Spock, but there’s no character that links this movie more to the original TV franchise than Urban’s Bones. (Ok, maybe I care about canon just little bit.)
Another fine addition is Jaylah (Sofia Boutella), a bad-ass warrior with pale white skin and a zebra-striped face who is destined to be the darling of cosplayers everywhere.
That’s not to say that Star Trek Beyond is perfect. It contains an unlikely and unbelievable call to action which nearly ruins the movie, and it sells out the same way every other big-budget action movie sells out. But let’s not forget who’s directing here: the man behind a bunch of Fast and Furious movies, which sell out better than any other action franchise. The difference here is that this particular Star Trek movie goes to great lengths – okay, Beyond -- to embody the ideals of the franchise’s late creator, Gene Roddenberry.
Specifically, the story is sprinkled with some powerful imagery regarding race, sex and gender equality. A great example is the sequence where we’re introduced to the space station: through camerawork and CGI, Lin shows us a testament to what can be accomplished when the universe collaborates. It is, more so than any of the other Star Trek films, an optimistic story about what is possible when we put our differences aside -- while still celebrating those differences -- and come together as a community.