Willie Garson "Sex And The City"

Roommates, according to reports “Sex And The City” actor Willie Garson, known to the show’s fans as character “Stanford Blatch,” has sadly passed away at the age of 57. Willie Garson’s son Nathen, shared the news of his father’s passing on social media—at press time, no cause of death has been released.

Willie Garson had a long career in both television and film, however he is most widely known and loved for his popular character “Stanford Blatch” on “Sex And The City,” who was the best friend to Sarah Jessica Parker’s “Carrie Bradshaw.” The character had appeared since the show’s very first season, both feature films and Willie Garson was also recently shooting for the upcoming “Sex And The City” reboot “And Just Like That…”


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His son Nathen wrote the following message about his father … Read more

The battle between Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie continues. Pitt’s company, Mondo Bongo, has sued Jolie’s company, Nouvel, claiming that she is trying to cut him out of a money-making deal to offload her shares in Chateau Miraval. ET has reached out to Jolie’s team for comment.

Court documents filed in Luxembourg and obtained by ET on Tuesday state that Mondo Bongo is suing Nouvel to annul a transfer of Quimicum shares from Mondo Bongo to Nouvel.

Quimicum is the company that owns and controls Chateau Miraval, the former couple’s estate and winery in France worth $164 million, the docs claim. When Pitt and Jolie originally purchased shares in Quimicum back in 2008, the ownership was split 60-40, with Mondo Bongo as a majority shareholder. According to the court docs, in 2013, Pitt agreed to have Mondo Bongo transfer some of its shares to Nouvel, which evened their stakes in … Read more

Time for serious conversations. Several couples took the next big step in their relationships during the Tuesday, September 21, episode of Bachelor in Paradise.

First, Kendall Long struggled watching her ex Joe Amabile build his relationship with Serena Pitt. Kendall didn’t want to give up on Paradise, but she was done letting Joe and Serena’s budding romance get in the way of her own happiness. Kendall told Joe that she loved seeing him thrive, but watching him connect with Serena only made her remember why she fell for him in the first place. Joe asked Kendall if she was over him, but she refused to answer — even though she acknowledged that she still loved him.

Joe comforted Kendall when she began crying, but he made his true feelings known, telling her he came on the show because he knew things were “over” between them and he … Read more

Hollywood stars are paying tribute to Willie Garson after the actor, famous for his roles in Sex and the City and White Collar, died aged 57.

A number of celebrities, many of them Garson’s former Sex and the City co-stars, have remembered the actor in social media posts after his family confirmed his death on Wednesday morning.

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Cynthia Nixon, known to fans of the HBO show as Miranda Hobbes, said she “adored” working with Garson, who won viewers’ hearts with his role as Stanford Blatch, a talent agent and best friend of protagonist Carrie Bradshaw.

“He was endlessly funny on-screen and and in real life. He was a source of light, friendship and show business lore. He was a consummate professional— always,” she tweeted, adding a message for Garson’s son, whom the actor adopted … Read more

COVID-19 Mu variant

COVID-19 Mu variant

Roommates, according to new findings from medical experts, COVID-19 has now claimed the lives of as many Americans as the Spanish Flu did back in 1918 and 1919, with the number now totaling a staggering 675,000.

The COVID-19 pandemic is sadly proving every day that it isn’t fading away as quickly as we would like it to—but based on the new medical findings by health experts, the death toll it has caused is worse than many initially realized.

An estimated 675,000 people have now died due to COVID-19, which is around the same number of those who died because of the Spanish Flu pandemic in 1918 and 1919. Although the U.S. population was only one-third of what it is today, resulting in the Spanish Flu claiming more lives, for COVID-19 to be this close to those numbers demonstrates just how deadly it is in a short period of time.

Even … Read more