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David Letterman Is Hosting A New Talk Show

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August 9, 2017

David Letterman Will Host a New Talk Show for Netflix 

DAVID LETTERMAN is only two years into retirement, and he's already getting antsy, because he's hosting a new talk show for Netflix.

There's no title yet, but it sounds different from what he did on "The Late Show". It'll be an hour-long, pre-taped show, where each episode will focus on ONE topic.  There's no guest list yet, but he says he has one guest booked, but he won't say who it is. 

For now, Dave is only doing six episodes, and they'll premiere sometime next year.  Obviously, that could change if the show is a hit.


Anna Faris Wanted a Traditional Family, but Chris Pratt Wanted to Be a Movie Star 

Everyone wants to know what happened to ANNA FARIS and CHRIS PRATT. 

Well thanks to all those nosey ANONYMOUS SOURCES were getting more info.  Here's the latest:  Anna wanted a traditional family, while Chris is having too much fun being a movie star.  Remember, SHE was the bigger star when they got married back in 2009. 

But then Chris became one of the biggest actors in the world, and everything changed.  He's doing movie after movie, which keeps him away from home for months at a time.  And he doesn't want any more kids for now.

They do have one kid, Jack who’s going on 5. 


The New England Patriots Are The First NFL Team to Buy Their Own Private Plane 

The New England Patriots became the first NFL team to buy their own planes to fly to games. 

The fact that it’s the Patriots should come as no surprise, since they’ve won FIVE of the past 15 Super Bowls, and probably deserve to be spoiled. 

Let’s face it, winning teams make more money and can purchase better facilities, Take the Cleveland Browns, for example.  They can't even buy a WIN at home, at the end of the season, when the other team is resting its starters for the playoffs.

The Patriots actually bought TWO 767 Boeing wide-body jets and had them retrofitted with all first-class seats, some of which recline all the way.  The outside of at least one of the planes has the team logo, with their five Lombardi trophies printed on the tail.