Reese Witherspoon Hints at Legally Blonde 3 + Watch Broadway From Your Couch
• Reese Witherspoon said the "world is ready" for a Legally Blonde 3. Speaking on Fashionably Late With Rachel Zoe, Witherspoon said there have been many ideas from writers over the years, but now it seems like the right time. She explained, "I actually think it's kind of great right now because we're talking about women in politics and how important that is to get more women. And I think it'd be kind of a cool thing to have her be a Supreme Court justice or someone who runs for office, like president!" — E! Online
• The World Health Organization has declared that hot dogs, bacon, and other processed meats cause cancer. The research division also said that red meat probably does too. A panel of 22 international experts drafted the findings after reviewing decades of research that linked red meat, processed meats, and cancer. The panel's decision wasn't unanimous and has been the center of much controversy, since much of the American diet is anchored by these foods. — The Washington Post
• A new service lets you watch your favorite Broadway shows from your couch. Acclaimed Broadway producers Stewart F. Lane and Bonnie Comley have debuted a brand-new service, BroadwayHD, which lets theater fans stream their favorite plays and musicals from home. “Nothing will ever replace the magic of live theater, but we passionately believe that Broadway and all forms of professional theater should be more accessible to all, no matter location,” said Bonnie. — Entertainment Weekly
• Ed Sheeran wrote a song with his friend so she never has to pay another bill again. Sheeran said his childhood friend and fellow singer Amy Wadge was having "financial troubles" about a year ago, so he wrote "Thinking Out Loud" with her. After being released as a single, it sold over 1,000,000 copies in the U.K. "Now she never has to worry about money again." — NME
• Apple iPhone users are suing the company over the iOS 9 feature that is chewing their cellular data and costing them big. The class-action lawsuit claims, "Apple failed to properly warn iOS 9 users that a new feature, called Wi-Fi Assist, automatically switches to using cellular data when a device is connected to a weak Wi-Fi signal." The default feature is supposed to maintain a strong Internet connection for users, but the overuse charges stemming from Wi-Fi Assist exceed $5 million. — Fortune
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