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Megan Mullally, Nick Offerman to appear on 'Bachelor' season premiere

Megan Mullally has announced on Instagram that she will be appearing on the Season 23 premiere of The Bachelor alongside her husband Nick Offerman.

Mullally made the announcement on Sunday alongside a selfie of herself, Offerman and new Bachelor star Colton Underwood. The dating series is set to return on ABC on Jan. 7.

"The main thing is, we're on it, we got to talk to Colton and a bunch of the girls, we got some inside scoop from the producers," Mullally captioned the image after she compared Colton to actor Chris Pratt.

Mullally previously detailed on Jimmy Kimmel Live how she and Offerman are big fans of the Bachelor franchise including The Bachelorette and Bachelor in Paradise.

"We've been asked to go on there and we've tried to go every single time and we can't work out the scheduling," Mullally said at the time about being asked to guest-star on the Bachelor series.

Mullally and Offerman and the latest celebrity couple to take a selfie with Bachelor stars following Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis who took a photo with Jared Haibon and Ashley Iaconetti in August. "It's unbelievable, this show. It's the greatest social experiment of all time," Kutcher previously said.

Kutcher and Kunis appeared together on Season 13 of The Bachelorette featuring Rachel Lindsay. The couple helped Lindsay host an obstacle course challenge that involved contestants having to change a diaper and perform household chores.

Gary Oldman on Winston Churchill role: 'There's another chapter'

Gary Oldman has stated that he wants to reprise his Oscar-winning role as former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill in a new project.

"I've only scratched the surface. I think that there's another chapter here," the actor said Monday while appearing on BBC Radio 4's Today program. Oldman previously appeared as Churchill in 2017's Darkest Hour.

"Maybe a movie, maybe something on television," Oldman continued.

Oldman won the Oscar for Best Actor for Darkest Hour in March at the 90th annual Academy Awards. Oldman wore extensive prosthetics in order to appear as the historical figure.

Oldman also said on Monday that he has started working with Churchill's great-grandson Lord Randolph Churchill on adapting a 1947 short story that was written by the politician titled The Dream.

"I've been talking about maybe doing it as a sort of two-hander onstage," he said.


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"My career has always been like, 'Well, I'm not the hot person, I'm just a normal person, so it doesn't matter.' It's not like, 'Oh, she's really falling apart! She was so hot when she was young' ... I'm just like, 'I was fine then, and I'm fine now.' That's how I think about that, thank God."
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'Absolutely Fabulous' actress June Whitfield dead at 93

British television actress June Whitfield has died. She was 93.

The Absolutely Fabulous matriarch's agent confirmed Whitfield's Friday death to the BBC. The cause was not immediately reported.

Whitfield's screen credits include Terry and June, Carry On, Hancock's Half Hour, Friends, Doctor Who and EastEnders.

She also voiced the character of sleuth Miss Marple on BBC Radio for nearly a decade, Variety said.

Queen Elizabeth II granted her damehood last year.

"Thank you #damejunewhitfield,for teaching me my craft with such grace and dignity.I always wanted you to know how in awe of you I was, however, you were always far too humble to accept my http://adoration.You were a great source of inspiration to me. Bye-bye Gran," tweeted Julia Sawalha, who played Whitfield's granddaughter on Absolutely Fabulous.

"Sad news just in.. The brilliant and gorgeous June Whitfield has sadly passed away at the age of 93. Thoughts go out to her family and friends," AbFab co-star Joanna Lumley said on Twitter.

"RIP June Whitfield, telly legend and star of Carry On, Ab Fab and Terry & June. May you rest on an eternal sun lounger forever," tweeted filmmaker Edgar Wright.

"We are very sad to hear the absolutely fabulous Dame June Whitfield has died. A true icon of British comedy," the BAFTA organization wrote in its own post.

"So sad this evening. Such an incredible lady with the warmest heart. I was so nervous working with her but she had a way of making you feel comfortable and special. Thank you Dame June Whitfield," Spice Girl Emma Bunton said.

John Malkovich's 'ABC Murders' to premiere on Amazon Feb. 1

The ABC Murders, starring John Malkovich as the iconic Belgian sleuth Hercule Poirot, will get its U.S. premiere on Amazon Prime on Feb. 1.

Co-starring Rupert Grint, Andrew Buchan, Anya Chalotra, Eamon Farren, Jack Farthing, Tara Fitzgerald, Shirley Henderson, Bronwyn James, Freya Mavor and Michael Shaeffer, the three-part, limited series is based on the mystery novel by Agatha Christie.

The drama takes place in 1933 Britain and follows Poirot as he tracks a serial killer who leaves a railway guide at the scenes of each of his crimes.

The project was announced in May. It premiered in the United Kingdom on the BBC this week.

Poirot has previously been played on screen by actors Albert Finney, Alfred Molina, Orson Welles, David Suchet and Kenneth Branagh.

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Which Oscar winner will executive produce 'Our World', a news show for children?

Angelina Jolie is teaming up with BBC to executive produce a news program titled Our World aimed at children aged 7 to 12.

The program, set to be released in 2019 as a weekly, half-hour show during a 10-week trial period, will cover current affairs and promote global media literacy among children.

Our World's mission is to help young people understand the world around them and encourage critical thinking. The program will have a global scope and kick off in English with the BBC looking to expand it into multiple languages.

"There has never been a time when it was more important to introduce the next generation to objective, impartial news and factual explanation of the events and issues shaping our world. Children today are exposed to a lot of opinion, but not necessarily to information that is fact-based and reliable," Jolie said in a statement.

"As a mother, I am very pleased that the BBC World Service is taking this step. It is also important to me that the project is global, and will help young people in different countries to be connected to each other and to have greater awareness and understanding of the news on an international basis," she continued.

Jolie is next set to star in an upcoming live-action fantasy drama from director Brenda Chapman titled Come Away opposite David Oyelowo. Jolie and Oyelowo will be featured in the film as the parents of siblings who go on to become classic fantasy characters Peter Pan and Alice from Alice in Wonderland.