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Don't worry. The 'Spoiler Alert!' thing will NOT replace the classic 'Guess Who?' section.

And find out what that Richard Gere guy is gonna be doing soon for the BBC.

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Charlize Theron to portray Megyn Kelly in Roger Ailes film
Charlize Theron has been tapped to portray news anchor Megyn Kelly in an untitled film about Roger Ailes, the former chairman and CEO of Fox News.

Ailes made headlines in July 2016 when he left Fox News amid sexual misconduct allegations from Kelly and fellow network star Gretchen Carlson. Kelly told investigators during an independent inquiry that Ailes had sexually harassed her in the past.

The film hails from Annapurna Pictures and director Jay Roach with a script by The Big Short writer Charles Randolph. The film has been in development from before Ailes death in May 2017 at the age of 77, Deadline reported.

Carlson, who won a sexual harassment lawsuit against Fox News and Ailes that resulted in her winning a $20 million settlement, will also be a character in the film, The Hollywood Reporter noted.

Theron is also producing with Roach, Randolph, Margaret Riley, Beth Kono and AJ Dix. No other casting or production start date has been set.

Kelly, after exiting Fox News and her show The Kelly File, moved to NBC where she now hosts Megyn Kelly Today as part of the network's Today morning news program.

Brynn Cartelli, 14, wins Season 14 of 'The Voice'
Brynn Cartelli was crowned the winner of Season 14 of the singing competition show The Voice Tuesday night.

At 14, she is the youngest winner in the series' history.

Cartelli beat out fellow finalists Britton Buchanan, Spensha Baker and Kyla Jade for the honor.

This season's celebrity coaches were Kelly Clarkson, Alicia Keys, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton. Carson Daly was the host.

"It is really amazing, as I think back, how well I played that year. That was an MVP year for me. But that year, when I woke up in the morning, my first thought was, 'I gotta get more pills.'"
--Brett Favre, revealing his multiple stints in rehab at the pinnacle of his career, to Sports Illustrated

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'The Middle' wraps up after nine seasons (Spoiler alert!)

Jamie Foxx to host the 2018 BET Awards show
Oscar-winning actor and Grammy-winning musician Jamie Foxx will host the 2018 BET Awards ceremony at the Microsoft Theatre in Los Angeles on June 24.

The gala will recognize actors, singers and athletes across about two dozen categories. DJ Khaled leads the field this year with six nominations, followed by Kendrick Lamar with five. Migos and SZA are up for four awards apiece.

Foxx first found fame in the sketch comedy series In Living Color. He has since appeared in the films Collateral, Ray, Miami Vice, Dreamgirls, The Soloist, White House Down, The Amazing Spider-Man 2 and Django Unchained.

Foxx previously hosted the BET Awards in 2009.

Richard Gere to star in BBC series 'MotherFatherSon'
Chicago and Pretty Woman actor Richard Gere will star in the BBC's eight-part drama MotherFatherSon, the actor announced Tuesday.

"It's been almost 30 years since I worked in television. I'm so pleased to be working now with the BBC on this extraordinary, eight-hour project with such talented people and which resonates so much to the time we live in," he said in a statement.

Filming is set to begin this summer in London and on location in Spain. The series will co-star

Helen McCrory and Billy Howle.

"Richard Gere will play Max, a charismatic self-made American businessman with media outlets in London and around the world. Helen McCrory will play Kathryn, a British heiress who has been estranged from Max following the breakdown of their marriage some years before," a news release said.

"Their 30-year-old son, Caden, runs Max's U.K. newspaper and is primed to follow in his father's footsteps as one of the most powerful men in the world. But when Caden's self-destructive lifestyle spirals out of control, the devastating consequences threaten the future of the family, its empire and a country on the brink of change."

Gere's small-screen credits include Kojak, Strike Force and Chelsea D.H.O. He also starred in the films The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, Runaway Bride, Primal Fear and An Officer and a Gentleman.

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'The Middle' wraps up after nine seasons (Spoiler alert!)

The ABC sitcom The Middle ended Tuesday after nine seasons.

The show starred Patricia Heaton and Neil Flynn as a working-class couple -- Frankie and Mike Heck -- raising their three children -- Sue (played by Eden Sher,) Axl (played by Charlie McDermott) and Brick (played by Atticus Shaffer) -- in Indiana.

The series finale saw the whole family taking an emotional road trip to bring a now-adult Axl to Colorado where he is starting a new job. About an hour into the trip, Sean Donahue, played by Beau Wirick, chases their car down to declare his love for Sue. He then heads off to Ghana for three months, but Sue promises she will wait for him.

The episode ends with a flash-forward showing Axl eventually moves back to his hometown, gets married and has three sons who look and act just like him. Brick becomes a best-selling author and Sue and Sean tie the knot after years of breakups and makeups. Frankie and Mike never get around to doing the home improvements they intend to, but they live together happily for years to come.

"It really has been one Heck of a ride," Heaton tweeted.