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Val Kilmer is stepping up his campaign to join Tom Cruise in the upcoming Top Gun sequel.

"Still got it... just sayin..." Kilmer tweeted Tuesday.

The message accompanied a bathroom-mirror selfie of Kilmer with blonde, slicked back hair, as well as a T-shirt baring the likeness of his Top Gun character Iceman and the slogan, "Cool as Ice."

Cruise has been talking about Top Gun: Maverick during recent interviews for this weekend's release The Mummy.

Cruise said the Top Gun follow-up will have a similar tone and score as the original 1986 movie about U.S. Navy pilots. He has not revealed who may appear alongside him in the film.

About two weeks ago, Kilmer tweeted at Cruise, saying he is eager and available to reprise his role.

Come on! Iceman said that he'd be Maverick's wingman "any time." That's right! And that time is now! Get Kilmer in this movie! I'm starting a petition! This picture doesn't get made without that Kilmer kid!

Be Well,

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Keith Urban, Carrie Underwood win big at 2017 CMT Awards
Keith Urband and Carrie Underwood won big Wednesday during the 2017 CMT Awards, taking home the night's top honors.

Urban earned Male Video of the Year for "Blue Ain't Your Color" alongside Underwood who scored Female Video of the Year for "Church Bells."

Collaborative Video of the Year was shared between Urban and Underwood for their song "The Fighter." The win gives Underwood the most wins in the show's history with 17 in total.

Urban also won the award for Social Superstar of the Year. The singer has now earned seven CMT Music Awards throughout his career.

Other winners include Florida Georgia Line who earned Duo Video of the Year for "H.O.L.Y," Little Big Town with Group Video of the Year for "Better Man," Lauren Alaina who took home Breakthrough Video of the Year for "Road Less Traveled," and Jason Derulo and Luke Bryan earning CMT Performance of the Year for "Want to Want Me."

The event, hosted by Charles Esten from the Music City Center in Nashville, kicked things off with a tribute to rocker Gregg Allman of the Allman Brothers who died in May.

The performance featured Lady Antebellum's Charles Kelley, Jason Aldean, Darius Rucker and Derek Trucks performing the 1971 bluesy Southern rock jam "Midnight Rider."

'Mom' star Jaime Pressly pregnant with twins
Jaime Pressly is going to be a mom to twins.

The 39-year-old actress confirmed in an interview with People that she's expecting twin boys with boyfriend Hamzi Hijazi in the fall.

"Twins don't run on either side of our families so we were completely shocked," she confessed. "This wasn't IVF or anything like that. It was just a shock, and I'm like, 'Doctor, that's impossible!'"

Pressly is already mom to 10-year-old son Dezi James with ex-partner Eric Cubiche. She told the magazine she and Hijazi have been trying to have children for "quite a while."

"I've always wanted three kids and the older I'm getting, I'm like, 'Okay, maybe just one more would be nice.' I was getting a little sad, but it was like, 'We'll give you two in one,'" the star said of having twins.

"[Dezi is] beside himself," she added. "He's been begging Hamzi and I to give him a sibling since he was in kindergarten. He's very patient and sweet and gentle and is going to be the best little babysitter ever."

Pressly also shared her baby news with her Instagram followers.

"Big news for our family! Dezi's going to be a big brother, times 2!" she captioned a photo of herself holding up her positive pregnancy test.

Pressly is known for playing Joy Turner on My Name is Earl, and has since appeared on Raising Hope and Two and a Half Men. She presently portrays Jill Kendall on Mom, which will return for a fifth season Nov. 2 on CBS.

"Having witnessed the integrity and dedication that you bring to every job, I'm over the moon to see you getting the recognition you deserve. Only question is what took 'em so long!"
--Joshua Jackson, congratulating ex-girlfriend Diane Kruger on her best actress win at the Cannes Film Festival, on Instagram

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Which former 'Saved by the Bell' star has landed a role in Netflix's 'Alexa & Katie' sitcom?

'Gotham' stars Ben McKenzie, Morena Baccarin officially married
Gotham costars Ben McKenzie and Morena Baccarin are married following a discreet weekend ceremony in Brooklyn.

The couple tied the knot at the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens Friday among family and close friends, reported Us Weekly. Friday was also Baccarin's 38th birthday.

McKenzie and Baccarin first went public with their romance in September 2015 after meeting on the set of the Batman prequel series in 2014. They became engaged in March 2016.

The pair welcomed their first child together, daughter Frances Laiz Setta Schenkkan, in March 2016. Baccarin also shares 3-year-old son Julius with ex-husband Austin Chick.

"Ben's the sweetest... It's very nice to work with your significant other, especially when you're pregnant because you know you'll get some extra TLC and get taken care of," the actress said previously to People magazine of the on set support she would receive from McKenzie.

Jennifer Connelly to star in 'Snowpiecer' pilot on TNT
Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Connelly has signed on to co-star in TNT's upcoming Snowpiercer pilot.

The Labyrinth and A Beautiful Mind alum joins Tony Award-winner Daveed Diggs in the futuristic thriller, which Scott Derrickson will direct.

The show is inspired by the 2013 film by Bong Joon Ho. Ho is an executive producer on the program, along with Derrickson and writer-showrunner Josh Friedman

"Set seven years after the world has become a frozen wasteland, Snowpiercer centers on the remnants of humanity, who inhabit a gigantic, perpetually moving train that circles the globe," the cable network said in a press release. "Class warfare, social injustice and the politics of survival are questioned in this riveting television adaptation."

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Which former 'Saved by the Bell' star has landed a role in Netflix's 'Alexa & Katie' sitcom?

Tiffani Thiessen has joined the cast of the upcoming comedy Alexa & Katie, Netflix announced Wednesday.

Thiessen will play Lori, "the determined and protective mother of one of the lead characters" in the 13-episode series, which is to premiere in 2018.

Paris Berelc and Isabel May are to portray Alexa and Katie in the show about lifelong best friends getting ready to start high school.

The series was created by Heather Wordham whose credits include Hannah Montana and Reba.

Thiessen is best known for her work in Saved by the Bell, Beverly Hills, 90210 and Dinner at Tiffani's.

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