6/3/21 Entertainment News
(Santa Barbara, CA) — Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are getting a shocking surprise after human remains were discovered just yards away from their California property. The royal couple had been doing landscaping construction on their mansion last week when the very old bones were uncovered. Santa Barbara sheriffs officials told the Daily Mail the remains appeared to belong to a young adult. Preliminary findings say the bones could be from the Chumash people, who lived in the area for nearly eleven-thousand years. Law enforcement won’t confirm who the remains belong to until they have an official opinion from the forensic anthropologist.
— The Obamas are gearing up to release more content on Netflix. Former President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama are teaming up with Chris Nee to produce “We The People.” The series is a group of ten educational animated music videos. It’s set to come out on July 4th.
(Anaheim, CA) — Super heroes unite. The new Avengers Campus opens tomorrow at Disney California Adventure Park. Spider-Man will greet visitors as he soars above a new web slinging ride, flying 60-feet in the air. Fans can also meet Iron Man, Black Panther, Captain America, Ant-Man and other Marvel favorites. The six-acre campus replaces “A Bug’s Land.” The theme park and next door’s Disneyland will start allowing guests from other states in two weeks.
>>Chris Harrison Not Returning To Bachelor In Paradise
— Chris Harrison will not return to host the upcoming season of Bachelor in Paradise. Instead, Variety reports the show will rotate between a series of guest hosts. One of which will be comedian David Spade. The news comes as the future of Harrison within the franchise remains unknown. He stepped back from the series after coming under fire for racially insensitive comments.
(Hollywood, CA) — Jimmy Smits now has his own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Wednesday’s ceremony was held virtually instead of in person due to the coronavirus. He said his goal as an actor is to bring characters with thought proving stories to life. Smits said his Latino roots play a part in every single one of his roles. His credits include “L.A. Law,” “NYPD Blue” and “The West Wing.”
— Netflix is not renewing “Jupiter’s Legacy” for another season. Creator Mark Millar took to Twitter to say he is already working another series that takes place within the same world. However, instead of focusing on superheroes, he will focus on the villains. The announcement comes just four weeks after the show’s release.