Today's Evil Beet Gossip

$1 billion George Lucas Museum Approved

Today, the Los Angeles City Council gave unanimous approval to film legend George Lucas and his wife Mellody Hobson to build their new museum. The planned $1 billion Lucas Museum of Narrative Art is set to break ground early next year with an eye toward a 2021 opening. The museum, which will feature space age architecture befitting the creator of the Star Wars universe, will be built on seven acres in Exposition Park near Lucas’ alma mater, University of Southern California. Insid...

‘Tremors’ TV Reboot With Kevin Bacon Gets Pilot

Time to get dirty. Kevin Bacon is set to reprise his role as Valentine McKee in a Tremors TV reboot. According to Variety, Syfy has ordered a pilot for the potential series, which will be based on the 1990 thriller. Bacon, 58, will serve as an executive producer. Tremors centered on residents of Perfection, Nevada, who are left to defend themselves against underground creatures. The Universal Pictures film was directed by Ron Underwood and also starred Fred Ward, Reba McEntire, Finn Carter an...

Matthew Perry Lists Hollywood Hills Home for $13.5 Million

Actor Matthew Perry has put his Hollywood Hills home on the market for $13.5 million, giving future owners the chance to host hordes of their own friends in the modern manse. Matty loves to buy homes and reno every inch of them, so keep that in mind when you're checking out some of the decor choices. <the view from the home theater, specifically) Walls of glass, horizontal lines, and eye-catching overhangs give the home a mid-century modern feel, while hardwood floors, modern appliances, and a glass-walled fireplace provide a contemporary look. Actor Matthew Perry has put his Hollywood Hills home on the market for $13.5 million, giving future owners the chance to host hordes of their own friends in the modern manse. Matty loves to buy homes and reno every inch of them, so keep that in mind when you're checking out some of the decor choices. <the view from the home theater, specifically) Walls of glass, horizontal lines, and eye-catching overhangs give the home a mid-century modern feel, while hardwood floors, modern appliances,...

Johnny Galecki’s Home Burns Down in Huge Fire

Johnny Galecki's ranch house did not escape a fire blazing through the Central Coast of California. According to TMZ, the Big Bang Theorystar's vacation home in San Luis Obispo, Calif. burned down Monday evening as the result of a wildfire in a secluded region east of Santa Margarita. As of Tuesday morning, the blaze was reportedly spread across 1,500 acres and 40 percent contained. The actor, who the outlet reports was not in the area when the fire broke out, has yet to return to the...

Before they were stars: Musicians!

Before they were shaking it on stage, these pop and rock stars were wittle bitty kids driving their stretch to the limit parents nuts with the constant singing and dancing around. How many faces can you place? [gallery ids="169985,169966,169982,169994,169974,169992,169987,169996,169978,169968,169980,169991,169973,169969,169970,169965,169971,169990,169983,169989,169981,169967,169975,169998,169984,169997,169986,169995,169979,169993,169976,169999,169977,170000,169972,169988"] />...

Prince Harry opens up about depression, Megan and tons more

Britain’s Prince Harry got so sick of the royal treatment during his 20s that he considered living as a commoner — but stayed on for the Queen, he says in a new interview. “I spent many years kicking [up] my heels and I didn’t want to grow up,” he tells Newsweek’s Angela Levin. Harry, now 32, led a hard-partying life and told Levin he came “very close to a breakdown" several times and, on his brother's advice, sought counseling when he was 28.  He felt most at home in the Army, but when his assignment in Afghanistan was leaked by a magazine, he had t...

TV and Streaming shows beginning in July

A whole lot of things starting in July. From the madness of a game show based on Candy Crush to the always anticipated Game of Thrones, this ain't your mama's mid summer line up.   Monday, July 3 Tiny Paradise (HGTV, new unscripted series) Insta Family (Discovery Family, new unscripted series) A whole lot of things starting in July. From the madness of a game show based on Candy Crush to the always anticipated Game of Thrones, this ain't your mama's mid summer line up.   Monday, July 3 Tiny Paradise (HGTV, new unscripted series) Insta Family (Discovery Family, new unscripted series)   Wednesday, July 5 Snowfall (FX) Friday, July 7 The Lion Guard (Disney Junior, Season 2) Louisiana Flip N Move (DIY, Season 2) Sunday, July 9 Candy Crush (CBS) Monday, Ju...