From Madonna's medical emergency to rebooting old favorites, here is everything happening in entertainment.
Madonna's Health Scare
Madonna is recovering at a New York City hospital after she was found unresponsive on Saturday. Guy Oseary, Madonna's manager, took to social media to provide a status update on her health and revealed that she developed "a serious bacterial infection." Doctors were monitoring her condition in the intensive care unit.
Madonna's Celebration tour was slated to launch in Canada on July 15, but has been postponed.
Jamie Foxx Update
Earlier this month we reported that actor John Boyega was singing the praises of They Cloned Tyrone co-star Jamie Foxx who has been recovering from an undisclosed medical complication since earlier this year. Now Boyenga seems glad to reveal that he recently spoke with the actor, comedian and musician. "He finally picked up the phone," he told People. "He's doing well…[we're] just giving him the privacy, and we can't wait for his return."
Foxx's daughter Corrine has been providing official updates, but much about his condition is still unknown to the public. Fans will be able to catch the new movie on Netflix when it premieres on July 21.
Fall Out Boy Covers Billy Joel Classic
Fall Out Boy is paying homage to Billy Joel and taking fans on a history lesson all at the same time. The iconic boy band covered Joel's 1989 classic We Didn't Start the Fire. It was originally a look back at Joel's life and the world's current events from the year he was born, 1949, to the year of the song's release in 1989. This time around, the rockers picked up where Joel left off in 1989, and told a new story of major events spanning through 2023. The L.A. riots, Harry Potter, Sandy Hook and Columbine shootings, and even Ye West and Taylor Swift's feud were among the topics mentioned.
The new song comes a week after the band kicked off its So Much For (Tour) Dust tour.
Futurama: Streaming Reboot
After more than a decade, the hit show Futurama is back with Season 11 set to premiere on Hulu on July 24. Hulu has released the first-look trailer along with the season's synopsis. It looks like show creator Matt Groenig is facing some of the world's hottest topics head-on: pandemics, vaccines, bitcoin, cancel culture and streaming TV. The original cast of John DiMaggio, Billy West, Katey Sagal, Tress MacNeille, Maurice LaMarche, Lauren Tom, Phil LaMarr, and David Herman all make a return for the reboot.