Early reports say Prince has died without a will, which means there could be issues with dividing his estate. Prince was unmarried with no children at the time of his death so the question of who is going to inherit his estate, and how that will play out in court, is going to be a tough one to answer.
“Prince, whose birth name was Prince Rogers Nelson, was preceded in death by both of his parents and only has one full biological sibling, sister Tyka Nelson. The singer also has three living half-brothers and two living half-sisters. While Tyka seems the most likely candidate, if there is no formal will in place, all of Prince’s siblings will split the fortune, estate attorney Jeffrey P. Scott, partner at St. Paul, Minnesota, firm Jeffrey P. Scott & Associates tells PEOPLE. The Carver County Sheriff’s Office tells PEOPLE: “We do not have any wills filed at this point in time.”
A Goosebumps sequel is in the works. Goosebumps, after a delay dating back to 1998, finally made it to theaters in 2015. While it didn’t make that big of a splash, grossing $77 million on a $58 million budget, Sony thought it did well enough to give a sequel the green light. There is no release date at this time.
Jennifer Hudson is all set to play Motorbelle Maybelle as a headliner on Hairspray, Live!. Jennifer’s co-star, Harvey Firestein, will reprise his role as Edna Turnblad. “Fierstein, who won a Tony for his turn in the Broadway musical, will also write the teleplay version of Hairspray, which is now three levels deep in adaptations (it’s based on the Broadway play, which is based on the 1988 John Waters movie, which is about a fake TV show).”
WGN’s cult hit Underground has officially been renewed for a second season. It was an easy move as the shows has been loved by critics and fans alike. It’s also been a ratings darling. “Underground is outpacing WGN America’s 2015-2016 primetime average by +508% in Total Viewers, +864% among Adults 25-54 and +1005% among Adults 18-49 in Live +7 viewing. Its March premiere, including three encores that night, amassed 3.5 million total viewers and 1.5M adults 25-54 – the highest rated original scripted program in the network’s history.”