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Actor Jon Bernthal is set to return to AMC's The Walking Dead during Season 9 of the long-running zombie drama.

Bernthal will star in an upcoming episode when The Walking Dead returns for Season 9 in the fall, Variety reported.

The actor, who currently stars as Marvel anti-hero The Punisher on Netflix, previously portrayed former police officer Shane Walsh in the first two seasons of The Walking Dead before his character died during a fight with Andrew Lincoln's Rick Grimes.

It remains unknown how Bernthal will be featured once again on the series, which has brought back former cast members before through the use of flashbacks.

Bernthal's brief return comes as Lincoln plans on exiting the show in Season 9. Fellow series mainstay Lauren Cohan is also expected to make an exit during the next season, with the actress set to appear in a handful of new episodes before departing.

The Walking Dead was renewed for a ninth season in January. Executive producer Scott M. Gimple was promoted to chief content officer of the The Walking Dead television brand with Angela King now serving as executive producer and showrunner.

The character of Shane was killed, turned into a zombie, and then was killed again. I'm guessing flashbacks here. What say you?

Do you still watch The Walking Dead? I gave up on it in the third season. When the zombies are smarter, more organized, and more compelling than the living characters it's time to turn the channel.

Be Well,
Steve


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Beyonce, Jay-Z release joint album 'Everything is Love'
Husband and wife recording artists Jay-Z and Beyoncé released a new album called Everything is Love exclusively on the Tidal streaming service this weekend.

Beyoncé shared the album's cover on Instagram and a preview of one of the song's videos.

CNN confirmed the cover image and video were shot at the famed Louvre Museum in Paris.

The couple is billed on the surprise album as The Carters, a nod to Jay-Z's real name Shawn Carter.

Beyonce and Jay-Z, who have been married since 2008 and have three children together, are traveling in Europe for their On The Run II tour. They are scheduled to headline shows in North America starting next month.


'Black Panther,' 'Stranger Things' win big at MTV Movie & TV Awards
Marvel superhero epic Black Panther and Netflix's hit supernatural series Stranger Things dominated the 2018 MTV Movie & TV Awards and took home multiple popcorn statues.

Black Panther won awards including Best Movie, Best Hero and Best Performance in a Movie for title star Chadwick Boseman and Best Villain for star Michael B. Jordan.

Lady Gaga presented the award for Best Movie noting that Black Panther was a universal film for everyone.

Other superhero film winners included Wonder Woman star Gal Gadot who took home the award for Best Fight.

Stranger Things, meanwhile, won Best Show, Best Musical Moment, Scared as [Expletive] Performance for star Noah Schnapp and Best Performance in a Show for star Millie Bobby Brown.

Brown was unable to attend the event due to an injury and addressed fans and her castmates through a pre-recorded video.

Honorees included writer, producer and actress (The Chi, Master of None) Lena Waithe winning the Trailblazer Award and Guardians of the Galaxy and Jurassic World star Chris Pratt winning the Generation Award. Waithe was presented with the honor by rapper Common while Pratt was introduced by his Jurassic World co-star Bryce Dallas Howard and former Parks and Recreation co-star Aubrey Plaza.

The 2018 MTV Movie and TV Awards was hosted by comedian Tiffany Haddish and included musical performances by Chloe X Halle and Nick Jonas with DJ Mustard.


LOOSE LIPS:
"As soon as I realized that I could actually live and breathe ... without having a boyfriend, something clicked in me."
--Nicki Minaj, on feeling empowered now that she's single for "the first time in my life," to Elle



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Which actor honored James Shaw Jr. at MTV Movie & TV Awards?


Rapper XXXTentacion dies in Florida shooting at 20
Rapper XXXTentacion, whose second album debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 in March, died Monday after an unidentified gunmen shot him in South Florida, local authorities said. He was 20.

The rapper, born Jahseh Dwayne Onfroy, had just returned to his vehicle after shopping for a motorcycle in Deerfield Beach, Fla., when two unidentified men approached and shot him, sources told TMZ.

Broward County Sheriff's officials said XXXTentacion was taken to Broward Health North hospital, where he was declared dead.

Police dispatch audio said the shooters fled the scene in what appeared to be a black Dodge Journey.

XXXTentacion, who grew up in nearby Lauderhill, Fla., released his second album, ?, on March 16, with singles "Sad!" peaking at No. 7 on the Billboard Hot 100.


Emma Roberts teases Madison's return to 'American Horror Story'
Emma Roberts is teasing her return to the FX series American Horror Story.

The 27-year-old actress appeared to hint in an Instagram video Sunday that her character Madison Montgomery will appear in the upcoming Murder House and Coven crossover season.

Roberts played Madison in Coven, the third season of American Horror Story. She posted a clip of herself reciting one of the character's famous lines from the season.

"Surprise, [expletive]. Bet you thought you'd seen the last of me," the star said.

Roberts later spoke with American Horror Story creator Ryan Murphy while live-tweeting the new episode of Murphy's series Pose.

"@RobertsEmma, guess what ur opening line is? #PoseFX," Murphy wrote in a since-deleted post.

"Hehe pray tell! #POSEFX I think I have an idea ;)," Roberts responded.

Roberts also tweeted with former co-star Sarah Paulson, who played Billie Dean Howard in Murder House and Cordelia Foxx in Coven.

"But Madison- stealing is bad. #POSEFX," Paulson wrote.

"Oh please Cordelia! Can't wait to have a face to face hehe," Roberts responded.

The Murder House and Coven crossover will mark the eighth season of American Horror Story. Murphy confirmed the project this month, saying the season will be "fantasy inspired" and set in the near future.


??? Guess Who ???

Which actor honored James Shaw Jr. at MTV Movie & TV Awards?

Black Panther star Chadwick Boseman honored Waffle House hero James Shaw Jr. onstage during the 2018 MTV Movie & TV Awards.

Shaw Jr. entered into the national spotlight in April when he disarmed gunman Travis Reinking at a Waffle House in Nashville after he had killed four people.

Shaw Jr. was credited with saving several lives after he was able to throw the assault rifle Reinking used over the counter. Shaw Jr. then pushed Reinking out of the resturant where he fled and was later caught by police.

Boseman honored Shaw Jr. after he had won the award for Best Hero for his title role in Black Panther. As Shaw Jr. came onstage, Boseman handed him his MTV award statue.

"Recieving an award for playing a superhero is amazing but its even greater to acknowledge the heroes that we have in real life," Boseman said.

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