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Halle Berry, Anjelica Huston join cast of 'John Wick: Chapter 3'
Halle Berry and Anjelica Huston have been cast in Lionsgate's next entry in its Keanu Reeves action series, John Wick: Chapter 3.

Berry and Huston will be joined by fellow franchise newcomers Asia Kate Dillon, Mark Dacascos and Jason Mantzoukas. Ian McShane, Lance Reddick, and Laurence Fishbourne are also set to return.

Berry announced her involvement with John Wick: Chapter 3 on Instagram by posting a black and white photo of a note that reads, "See you in a year, Mr. Wick."

John Wick: Chapter 3 will feature Reeves' titular hitman dealing with a number of deadly assassins because a $14 million price tag was put on his head following the events of the second film.

The official John Wick Twitter account released a series of posters that announce each new character's name after confirming that Berry will portray Sofia. Huston will be seen as The Director, Dillon as The Adjudicator, Dacascos as Zero and Mantzoukas as Tick Tock Man.

John Wick: Chapter 3, from returning director Chad Stahelski, is set to arrive in theaters on May 17, 2019.

Kelly Clarkson pays tribute to Texas school shooting victims
Host Kelly Clarkson paid tribute at the start of the Billboard Music Awards show to the victims of Friday's mass shooting at Santa Fe High School in Texas.

A 17-year-old boy has confessed to killing 10 people at the school.

Struggling to contain her emotion, the star told the crowd Sunday in Las Vegas: "I'm a Texas girl and my home state has had so much heartbreak over this past year and, once again, y'all, we are grieving for more kids that have died for just absolutely no reason at all.

"Tonight, they wanted me to say that, obviously, we are going to pray for all of the victims. We are going to pray for their families. But they also wanted me to do a moment of silence. And I am so sick of moments of silence. It's not working, obviously," she laughed nervously. "Sorry. So, why don't we not do a moment of silence? Why don't we do a moment of action? Why don't we do a moment of change? Why don't we change what's happening? Because it's horrible. And mommas and daddies should be able to send their kids to school, to church, to movie theaters, to clubs."

"You should be able to live your life without that kind of fear. So, we need to do better," she continued. "We need to do better. As a people, we are failing our children. We are failing our communities. We are failing their families. I have four children. I cannot imagine getting that phone call or knock on the door."

The first performer of the evening was Ariana Grande, who experienced violence first-hand when a suicide bomber attacked her 2017 concert in Manchester, England, killing 22 people and injuring dozens more.

After that, Clarkson returned to the stage and sang a medley of songs by the night's nominees.

"Every once in a while there is a moment when time stands still. That happened today. You my friend.. were the epitome of grace, love and beauty."
--Priyanka Chopra, on close friend Meghan Markle's fairy-tale royal wedding, on Instagram

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Adam Rippon and Jenna Johnson win 'Dancing with the Stars: Athletes'
Adam Rippon and Jenna Johnson won Dancing with the Stars: Athletes in Los Angeles Monday.

The Olympic ice skater and his professional partner Jenna Johnson beat out their fellow finalists -- former ice skater Tonya Harding and Sasha Farber and NFL cornerback Josh Norman and Sharna Burgess -- to take home the coveted, mirror ball trophy.

ABC's abbreviated, four-week season was hosted by Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews. Carrie Ann Inaba, Len Goodman and Bruno Tonioli were the judges.

Maddie Poppe wins 'American Idol,' is dating runner-up Caleb Hutchinson
Maddie Poppe was crowned the winner of Season 16 of American Idol in Los Angeles Monday.

Caleb Lee Hutchinson came in second and Gabby Barrett third on the latest edition of the singing competition show.

The finale ended with Poppe -- an indie/pop/folk singer-songwriter from Iowa -- tearfully performing the song "Going Going Gone."

Earlier in the evening, Hutchinson revealed he and Poppe have been dating.

"Well, Maddie is my pal and I've known her since the beginning of Hollywood week. And she actually happens to be my girlfriend," he said.

This is the first season the series has aired on ABC. Fox previously broadcast it for 15 seasons from 2002 to 2016. Ryan Secreast hosted this season, which featured Katy Perry, Lionel Richie and Luke Bryan as judges.

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Which 'Stand By Me' star will voice the Man of Steel in the 'Death of Superman' cartoon?

The Death of Superman, an animated movie that features Jerry O'Connell lending his voice to the Man of Steel, is set for DVD and Blu-ray release Aug. 7.

O'Connell's real-life wife Rebecca Romijn will play Daily Planet reporter Lois Lane and Rainn Wilson will play villain Lex Luthor.

"The Death of Superman ultimately finds Superman in a fight to the finish when the Man of Steel becomes the only hero who can stand in the way of the monstrous creature Doomsday and his unstoppable rampage of destruction," a news release said. "As the inaugural film in the DC Universe Movies series, Superman Doomsday told an abridged version of The Death of Superman, DC Comics' landmark 1992-93 comic phenomenon. But with a runtime of 75 minutes, the film focused on a core, singular storyline. The new, animated The Death of Superman, the first of a two-part film experience that will conclude with Reign of the Supermen in early 2019, restores many of the moments and characters that fans hold dear to their hearts."

The vocal ensemble will also include Jason O'Mara as Batman, Rosario Dawson as Wonder Woman, Shemar Moore as Cyborg, Nathan Fillion as Green Lantern/Hal Jordan, and Christopher Gorham as The Flash.

"As Superman celebrates his 80th anniversary, we felt the time was right to finally tell the unabridged version of this iconic story," Mary Ellen Thomas, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment's vice president of family and animation marketing, said in a statement. "This is a landmark tale in comics history, and we wanted to bring the entire story -- with all the characters and details the fans have clamored for -- to animated life."