Entertainment News Pop: NBC Entertainment Chief: We Hope Jay Leno Stays
NBC Entertainment chairman Robert Greenblatt stressed that his desire is to keep Jay Leno ? who briefly exited The Tonight Show in 2010 to make room for Conan O'Brien ? in the NBC fold. He would not offer specifics, but noted that he's had discussions with Leno and would like to see him in a Bob Hope role as a kind of comedian emeritus. Queen Elizabeth II is finally getting some time away. Following the birth of her grandson, the royal monarch jetted away to Aberdeen, Scotland, where she will spend two months. As expected, John Williams will be returning to a galaxy far, far away. Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy confirmed that the beloved composer, who has scored all six existing Star Wars films, will score Star Wars: Episode VII.
Entertainment News Pop: Finn's Death Will "Deal Directly" With Cory Monteith's Troubled Past, Says Fox Boss
FOX Entertainment Chairman Kevin Reilly revealed today that the death of Cory Monteith's character on Glee will be connected with the late actor's troubled past. "The third episode will write Finn out of the show. That episode will deal directly with the incidents involved with Cory's passing and the drug abuse in particular," he said, though Reilly wouldn't confirm that Finn would die from drug overdose. Jennifer Aniston was left speechless on Chelsea Handler?s talk show when the host revealed she had seen the actress? fianc?, Justin Theroux naked. Aniston was making an appearance on Handler's show promoting her new film ?We?re the Millers? when she was grilled about a new Star magazine story, which suggested she and Theroux are secret nudists who love to wander around their home naked. A familiar face will still be around when American Idol returns in January. President Kevin Reilly announced Keith Urban is officially set to return to the Fox reality show next season. Reilly also confirmed that the network is in talks with Jennifer Lopez, who had been a judge for two seasons, to return to the judging table.
Entertainment hubs vying for your living room
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on the "new" Netflix and the other entertainment systems fighting for your at-home viewership.