Jason Alexander, Chris Pratt, Viola Davis + More!


JASON ALEXANDER COMMENTS ON ‘SEINFELD’ REBOOT: Jason Alexander shared what he knows about the possible Seinfeld reboot with Extra in an interview published Monday (November 13th). “There is only one reason for that rumor. Apparently, at the end of some stand-up thing, [Jerry] went, ‘Larry [David] and I are thinking of something.’ Good for you. I don’t know anything about it,” he said. “No one called me. Apparently, they don’t need George and they may not need Elaine ’cause Julia [Louis-Dreyfus] and I went, ‘Do you know anything about this? I don’t know anything about this,’ and I just talked to Michael [Richards] the other day and I don’t think he knew anything about it.”

CHECK OUT THE TRAILER FOR ‘THE GARFIELD MOVIE:’ On Monday (November 13th), Chris Pratt shared the official trailer for The Garfield Movie to X. The Guardians of the Galaxy star voices the lasagna-loving orange cat in the movie. "Well this Monday officially doesn’t suck!! Dun dun duuuuuun… the Garfield OFFICIAL trailer is here and it’s better than I could have imagined!! Can’t wait for you all to see the movie… coming soon," Pratt wrote in the caption.

VIOLA DAVIS’ FAVORITE PART ABOUT PLAYING THE VILLAIN IN ‘HUNGER GAMES’ PREQUEL WAS WATCHING TOM BLYTH ‘SQUIRM:’ Viola Davis spoke with The Hollywood Reporter at the Los Angeles premiere of Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes Monday (November 13th) about how she “absolutely loved” playing a villain in the movie. The How to Get Away with Murder star said her favorite part about the role was “just seeing how many times you can make someone squirm — like Tom Blyth, oh man it was a joy because he was very receptive to it, so I was just so happy about poking him.” She added, “Even in the scene when I had to inject him and give him stitches, I think, loved it.”

TAIKA WAITITI SAYS HE ‘WON’T BE INVOLVED’ IN ‘THOR 5:’ Taika Waititi is taking a break from the Thor franchise. The What We Do in the Shadows actor told Business Insider that he “won’t be involved” in a fifth Thor film if it is created in the next six years or so. When asked about the rumors that Thor 5 is in production, he said, “I wouldn’t know if that’s accurate … I know that I won’t be involved … I’m going to concentrate on these other films that I’ve signed on for.”