From Madonna's message to fans to another Tom Cruise summer, here's what's happening in entertainment.
Two weeks after Madonna's manager announced she ended up in the intensive care unit with a bacterial infection, the Material Girl is breaking her silence.
The 64-year-old took to Instagram to share with fans that she has been recovering and is working to ensure that she returns to 100 percent health before hitting the stage again.
"My first thought when I woke up in the hospital was my children. My second thought was that I did not want to disappoint anyone who bought tickets for my tour," she wrote.
The Madonna Celebration Tour was originally slated to kick off in Vancouver on July 15 but the entire tour has been pushed back and will begin in Europe this October.
Taylor's Ticketmaster Tirade
Just a bit of Taylor Swift tour news for you. With the international leg of her tour coming up next year, a familiar issue with Ticketmaster presented itself. Tickets for shows in France were set to go on sale on Tuesday but a site glitch kept prospective attendees from logging into their accounts.
More than 700,000 fans were in the queue at one point, with many unable to snag tickets. A similar issue happened on the first day of U.S. sales, which ultimately forced Ticketmaster to delay the sale, sent prices surging, and led to heated hearings on Capitol Hill.
Mission: Impossible Dead Reckoning is hitting theaters and Tom Cruise looks to be on the brink of another blockbuster.
The film is currently projected to rake in over $250 million dollars during its opening weekend, according to Deadline. That would be enough to land the largest box office weekend of the year. That's a pretty good follow up to last summer's Cruise-led blockbuster smash in Top Gun: Maverick. And perhaps Cruise could have the best-selling picture three years running as the sequel to Dead Reckoning is expected to hit theaters in 2024.
Jeopardy! At Home
Diehard fans of one of TVs longest-running game shows can now play Jeopardy! from the comfort of their own homes.
Roku has launched it as the platform's first voice-enabled game. Right now there's a one-week free trial, but typically it will cost $9.99 per month to keep access. Amazon Alexa users can also access a version of the game on their devices.
The game was created by Volley, which specializes in voice-enabled artificial intelligence games. Currently, there is only a single-player option but at the end of each round, you're able to compare your stats to others on the leaderboard.
Volley also has several other unnamed games that it expects to launch on Roku.