Trevor Noah's Goodbye
It was an emotional farewell for The Daily Show host Trevor Noah. The comedian hosted his final show on Thursday night after a seven-year run on Comedy Central after taking over for Jon Stewart in 2015. Through teary eyes, Noah reflected on his time and the path he had taken to the hosting gig. He also paid homage to Black women, saying that they played a pivotal role in the success he's achieved. The Daily Show correspondents Roy Wood Jr., Jordan Klepper, Desi Lydic, and Neal Brenan also stopped by to send Noah off. Toward the end of the broadcast, Noah said, "Please don't forget the world is a friendlier place than the internet or the news would make you think."
K-Pop to the Moon
A K-pop star is headed to space! K-pop rapper T.O.P. (and American DJ Steve Aoki) was invited on a trip to space by Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa, who began planning the adventure in 2018. The mission, to be carried out by SpaceX, is scheduled to launch in a few years, but unlike recent civilian space trips, this one will be vastly more ambitious being set to travel around the moon. For Maezawa, this will be his second trip to space after spending 12 days on the International Space Station. 
'Rush Hour 4'?
Jackie Chan revealed that there is a fourth Rush Hour movie in the works. He made the announcement at the Red Sea International Film Festival this week, while he was giving some background on his success in the film industry. Chan noted how it was a slow climb from dominating in Hong Kong then Japan, before finally achieving Hollywood success with the first Rush Hour film. "We're talking about 'Rush Hour 4' right now," he said, according to Variety.