The Morning Shade: Brie Larson Surprised Marvel Fans By Showing Up At The Theatre!

March 14, 2019

Lori Loughlin surrendered to the FBI yesterday morning over her alleged involvement in a major college admissions scheme. The Fuller House star was taken into custody and appeared in court later in the afternoon. Both Loughlin and Desperate Housewives alum Felicity Huffman are among dozens who have been charged with conspiracy to commit mail fraud. Huffman already appeared in court and was later granted a signature bond of $250,000 with promise to return to court.

Marvel fans got the surprise of their L-I-V-E-S this past Saturday, when Captain Marvelstar Brie Larson showed up at a New Jersey theater to celebrate her movie's groundbreaking opening weekend.

#CaptainMarvel herself, @BrieLarson, popped into theaters on Saturday night to surprise fans on opening weekend! #HigherFurtherFaster

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The actress, decked out in a custom Juicy tracksuit, tucked behind the counter earlier in the day to hand out concessions to fans, stopping to take some requisite selfies with them. People were rightfully stoked. The AMC Theaters Clifton Commons 16 geotag is filled with snaps of Brie and fans young and old, alike.​

A shocking revelation by Rosie O'Donnell. The comedian and talk-show host is one of the many familiar faces who agreed to be part of an upcoming book titled Ladies Who Punch: The Explosive Inside Story of The View. Of course after her own talk show ended she was a co-host for The View. Rosie will be a "Hot Topic" in the book, but she also chose to talk to the author about a personal experience in her youth, claiming she was sexually abused by her own father and the impact that has on a person. Rosie's father ultimately passed away in 2015. For many years, the TV personality hasbeen a longtime advocate for sexual abuse victims around the world. Ladies Who Punch: The Explosive Inside Story of The View will be available nationwide on April 2.

Empire is ending season five without Jamal Lyon. Jussie Smollett was written out of the final two episodes of the season while his real-life legal drama plays out. It was a "difficult decision," according to executive producers. They haven't fired him though. Regarding Smollett's future with Empire, producers say they are waiting to see how everything unfolds legally. 

Alicia Keys has teamed up with a pretty reliable partner to help launch her next book. The music star will publish her personal narrative More Myself this fall, under Oprah Winfrey‘s book imprint .Keys and Winfrey excitedly revealed the news in a video which posted yesterday afternoon

More Myself: A Journey publishes Nov. 5 and is available for pre-order.