Slayer's manager doesn't believe the band will reunite "at all".
The thrash metal legends - comprised of Kerry King, Tom Araya, Paul Bostaph, and Gary Holt - are currently touring the US on the final dates of their farewell tour, and their manager Rick Sales has said he's "not sensing" any kind of reunion for them in the future.
Speaking to the Los Angeles Times, he said: "I'm not sensing [a reunion] at all... Let's put the touring to bed. I've got a couple of ideas [for future projects], but we haven't made any decisions.
"Right now, they're preoccupied with the end, and I imagine it's emotional. It's emotional for me ... They've been doing this for so long. They just said, 'OK, this is enough.'
"My analogy is Jerry Seinfeld, who had probably the biggest TV show when he went out on top. I respect the band for the decision. If you're going to do it, this is the way."
Rick's comments come only a few days after he hinted the iconic band could continue making music after their tour.
He said at the time: "The band has always had a lot of integrity and there are a couple things that go on.
"I totally get that they made a decision to stop touring. That doesn't mean the end of the band. It's just the end of touring. I always thought of it as, 'You go out on top.' They made that decision. They're not milking it. From that standpoint, I get it and they made the right choice."
Slayer played their final show in the UK earlier this year when they headlined the second stage on the final day of Download Festival, in Donington Park in Leicestershire, England.
The band treated the packed crowd to a set full of their classic tracks, including 'Raining Blood', 'Evil Has No Boundaries', 'Hell Awaits', 'Gemini', 'Black Magic' and 'Chemical Warfare', and finished off with 'Angel of Death' - from their 1986 album 'Reign in Blood' - which was the first time they collaborated with Rick Rubin.
Daniel Craig says the script for 'Knives Out' was "delicious".
The 51-year-old actor stars as Detective Benoit Blanc in the mystery movie - which was written, produced, and directed by Rian Johnson - and has said that he didn't focus on trying to piece together the plot when he first read the script, as he was too invested in the "language".
When asked if he figured out what was going on in the story when he read the script for the first time, he said: "I didn't read it like that. I kind of was like, 'I know what it is, I know what this is'. I read it and just enjoyed the language. I read it and it was just so ... I keep wanting to use the word, it was just delicious. [The plot] didn't matter to me, that was sort of secondary to what it was."
And even though he had been privy to all the plot twists whilst filming the movie, he admitted he was still "surprised" when he saw the finished product.
He added: "The writing was so good and it was so interesting and so fun, there were belly laughs, there were all of these things. And the whole murder mystery of it is not my business really. Even though I play the detective, it was for Rian to manufacture, and he does it beautifully. And when I saw the finished movie, I knew [the plot] because I know what happens, but I was surprised."
Daniel's co-star Jamie Lee Curtis - who plays Linda Drysdale, the mother of Chris Evans' character Hugh Ransom Drysdale - also heaped praise on Rian's writing, as she dubbed the script as "legit funny" and "incredibly intricate".
In a joint interview for Collider.com, she said: "It's incredibly intricate, super funny, and by the way if you look back at Rian's work, it's not like he's a comedy writer. It's like, James Cameron wrote 'True Lies', and if you looked back at James Cameron's work you would not have called him a comedy writer, and yet 'True Lies' was legit funny. On the page legit funny. This is legit funny. And very intricate, and super fun."
Nicole Scherzinger was "devastated" she wasn't considered for a role in 'Cats'.
The former Pussycat Dolls singer - who played Grizabella during the show's West End run back in 2014 - was "really upset" that she wasn't given the opportunity to audition for Tom Hooper's upcoming adaptation of the iconic stage musical.
Speaking to the Guardian newspaper, the 41-year-old TV judge added: "I won't lie about that. I just wanted to be given a fair opportunity - then you can turn me down. Turn me down to my face, at least, and they didn't."
The role of Grizabella will be played by Jennifer Hudson, who will star alongside Rebel Wilson, James Corden, Idris Elba, Sir Ian McKellen and Dame Judi Dench.
But it's not all just talented actors involved in the production as Jason Derulo and Taylor Swift have been cast as Rum Tum Tugger and Bombalurina respectively.
Nicole angered Andrew Lloyd Webber back in 2016 when she pulled out of the production just before it moved across to New York's Broadway as she wanted to reclaim her position on the 'X Factor' judging panel alongside Simon Cowell.
Lloyd Webber said at the time: "American producers just took a view, 'Well, fine, we'll get somebody else.' She's actually not very well-known in America, amazingly. I'm furious because I really believe she's the most fantastically talented girl and I went out on a limb to get her for the London Palladium here, and it makes me look like an absolute t**t with them all. But never mind, there'll be another girl on Broadway and Nicole will not get her Tony award."
'Cats' the movie will hit cinema screens on December 20, 2019.
Princess Beatrice wants a family of her own "soon."
The 31-year-old royal - the daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson - is set to tie the knot with Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi in the near future, and is already thinking about trying for a baby as she loves being around the property developer's three-year-old son Christopher.
Royal commentator Phil Dampier told Fabulous Digital: "I've heard Princess Beatrice is getting on very well with Christopher and would like to have a family of her own soon."
The couple - who got engaged in September - are yet to set a date for their big day but it's believed they will go for a summer date next year and will hold the ceremony in the UK.
Phil explained: "I think it'll be in the summer but don't think they know yet.
"I very much doubt it will be televised. I don't think from people I'm speaking to she particularly wanted a wedding as lavish as Eugenie's anyway.
"In the wake of her dad's problems I'd be absolutely shocked if it was televised live and I'm pretty certain it'll be a low key affair, possibly private and she'll release one or two photos afterwards. It won't be abroad as the Queen can't go abroad."
The pair are even planning on inviting Edoardo's ex-girlfriend Dara Huang - the mother of Christopher - to the ceremony as they have an "amicable" relationship.
A source said recently: "Dara feels lucky that she and Edo are so amicable that splitting time with Wolfie hasn't been an issue and he remains happy.
"They take turns over who stays in the family house, keeping Wolfie in a consistent environment. Beatrice has been kind to allow them to do so.
"Dara and Edo are finding co-parenting to be a great way for one of them to be with Wolfie at all times as they both have busy schedules.
"Dana loves her son to bits and, like any mother, she is very protective. But in a very modern and grown-up way, she is totally happy that Beatrice will be developing a relationship with her son and is happy that he will attend the wedding as Edo's best man."
and has opted to invite Dara Huang - the mother of Edoardo's two-year-old son Wolfie - to the ceremony.
Rian Johnson has admitted directing 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' was like graduating from "eight schools".
The 45-year-old filmmaker helmed the eighth instalment of the hit sci-fi series - which received mixed reviews from fans and critics alike - but he says he would be able to draw on the "experience" he has from working on the 2017 film should he return to the franchise.
He told HeyUGuys.com: "Every experience, you learn so much, you learn from every experience no matter what it was.
"And especially a 'Star Wars' movie that is such a long, involved process, where you are working with so many talented people.
"Every movie is like going to graduate school and 'Star Wars' is like going to eight graduate schools."
Johnson recently admitted he's "a fan" of 'Star Wars' again after the backlash he received for the film and can't wait to see how the trilogy ends with 'Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker', which hits cinemas next month.
The 'Knives Out' filmmaker exclusively told BANG Showbiz: "I'm a fan again, I get to just be a movie fan.
"So I am so excited. I watched that last trailer and I was like squealing at my screen.
"I can't wait to sit down and see the ending of it, it's going to be great."
Asked if he will be working on a 'Star Wars' film again, he said: "We'll see. I'm still talking to LucasFilm, they are figuring out what they are doing.
Billy Dee Williams was concerned he wouldn't have the "same hunger" for playing Lando Calrissian in 'Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker' as he did in the original movies.
The 82-year-old actor is set to return to the iconic role almost 40 years after he first appeared in 1980's 'The Empire Strikes Back', and has admitted he spent a long time deciding whether to accept the invitation to return for the upcoming final movie, because he didn't know if he would be able to cope on the film set.
He said: "[I was thinking] 'Do I have that same hunger, excitement, that I had years earlier?' This is a very difficult time for me, as far as age is concerned. When you get to be a certain age, whether you want to think about mortality or not, you think about it."
Ahead of the movie's release later this month, not much is known about Lando's appearance in the project, and Billy isn't giving away any hints.
But the star has been thinking about what the captain might have been doing in the years since his last appearance in the sci-fi franchise.
He added: "I always imagined Lando being like Steve Wynn, running Las Vegas. Because he's a gambler. But he was a bit of a showman, a bit of an entrepreneur. That's how I see Lando. I never necessarily saw him as a general running around shooting things."
And Billy has teased that the movie marks a "conclusion", not only for the main series of 'Star Wars' films, but possibly for Lando too.
Speaking to Esquire magazine, he said: "It's a conclusion - certainly it depends on how much money is generated. That's when they determine where's the conclusion. The one thing about show business, you can resurrect anything."
The 48-year-old rapper has tapped into several different genres in the past including gospel, reggae, and funk, but he's now adding another album to his long list of experimental projects, as he's put together a record full of lullaby tracks aimed at infants.
According to The Source, the album is titled 'Lullaby Renditions of Snoop Dogg', and includes soothing instrumental versions of some of his biggest hits, such as 'Drop It Like It's Hot', 'Gin and Juice', and 'Sensual Seduction'.
The record is being released in partnership with Rockabye Baby! Music, who are known for making lullaby instrumentals of various artists, including Drake, Eminem, and Kanye West.
The album is slated to be released on December 6, but a vinyl version was released earlier this week in order to coincide with November's Record Store Day, which also falls on Black Friday (29.11.19).
Meanwhile, Snoop recently said he isn't interested in record sales, because he cares more about making music than making money.
Asked what keeps him "hyped" about making music, Snoop said: "I love the way that good music feels. Even if it ain't mine, I just love how that s**t feels.
"But when it's mine it feels even better because I'm able to do it. I've made projects before that weren't good, but they felt good to me. And that's all I give a f**k about.
"I don't care about this sold eight million, 100,000, 22,000 or 17. Who cares? If you ain't doing it for the feeling, you're doing it for the wrong reasons. You should never be doing it to make money or become famous. That isn't what this game was built on.
"Anyone who's ever been successful or a megastar? They love this s**t first and foremost, more than anything."
Julianne Moore is worried about suffering from empty nest syndrome when her daughter goes to college.
The 58-year-old actress is still reeling from her 21-year-old son Caleb's departure from the family home to go to university and it won't be long until her daughter, 17-year-old daughter Liv, heads off to further her education once she graduates from high school.
Julianne - who is married to director Bart Freundlich - admits she is "caught up in a flood of emotions" about Liv leaving, but accepts it happens to all parents.
Speaking to Italian publication IO Donna, she said: "Caleb is now at college, but Liv is still at school ... Don't talk to me about it, I'm already caught up in a flood of emotions at the idea that she will leave soon!
"Everything changes when the children leave the nest, the dynamics become completely new. It happens to everyone, doesn't it? Then a new chapter begins: new challenges and emotions, some even exciting, different years ahead and inevitable moments of nostalgia for when they were young."
One thing about being child-free that Julianne is looking forward to is being able to go on vacation with just her husband Bart, 49, without any young kids in tow.
She said: "We can finally organise those vacations that Bart and I have always talked about without having to wait for the summer. Me and Bart alone."
Julianne and Bart began their relationship in 1996 after working together on
the movie 'The Myth of Fingerprints' and they eventually married in August 2003.
The Oscar-winning actress - who stars in Bart's latest film 'After the Wedding' - has nothing but praise for her wonderful husband.
Speaking about her spouse, she said: "He is incredibly sensitive and caring. He's very attentive to other people's feelings and he's always present in his relationship with me. We share so many things."
Paloma Faith wants to star in 'The Handmaid's Tale'.
The 'Pennyworth' actress - who plays sadistic sociopath Bet Sykes in the TV crime drama - already has some future roles in mind, and she'd love to join the cast of the small screen adaptation of Margaret Atwood's 1985 dystopian novel after studying the book at school.
Speaking to SFX magazine, she said: "I'd love to be in 'The Handmaid's Tale'. I studied it at A-level. The directing and writing's impeccable.
"Same for 'Euphoria'. If they do 'Fleabag' series three, I want to be in it!"
The 38-year-old star first rose to fame as a musician, and she opened up on the idea of splitting both careers as she tries to show there's more to her than any one discipline.
She added: "It's been great to show people that I'm not just a pop star trying to take as many opportunities as I can. I'm serious about it.
"So I don't know about [splitting acting and singing] 50/50. At some point I'd like 80/20, other times 20/80! It depends.
"I'm lucky that I don't have to be a jobbing actor who takes any role because I've got rent to pay. I can afford to only do the things I want."
While Paloma has been described as a "theatrical" performer, she insisted everyone is "playing a role in life" while they take influence from the world around them.
She explained: "I think everything's theatre. When I did my Masters in set design and scenography [at London's Central Saint Martins], I read a lot of Antonin Artaud.
"'The Theatre and its Double' is his famous book. It's all about everybody playing a role in life.
"You adopt stereotypes and nuances based on social, predestined ideas of what you'd behave like. I'm a theatrical person per se, I react passionately to everything."