The daily gossip: Please return Nicolas Cage's pig, the Winklevoss twins start a band, and more
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Nicolas Cage really, really wants his pig back
"The British are coming." "It is not the strongest of the species that survives … it is the one that is the most adaptable to change." "All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights." All of these are quotes that profoundly changed the world; add now to their number, "Who has my pig?" On Thursday, Neon released the first trailer for Pig, in which Nicolas Cage (who is a good actor!!!) goes full "Liam Neeson in Taken" over his lost truffle pig. Though Cage's character is a man of few words, the trailer does have several other instantly iconic quotes, including someone dismissively telling Cage to "buy yourself a new pig." But if it were that simple, then we wouldn't have this movie to look forward to, coming July 16.
Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox are reportedly having 'conversations' about marriage
Our long national nightmare of having to read endless tabloid stories about how much Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox like each other might finally be reaching its apex as sources say the pair will probably get engaged "sooner than later." As the anonymous insider informed ET, the two are "pretty inseparable" (which is not news unless your Daily Gossip emails have been going to spam) and also that "as far as engagement goes, it is likely that this will happen sooner than later and it has been a topic of conversation without question." Great for those two, but especially for all of us who can now anticipate MGK and Fox going quietly into the irrelevance enjoyed by all married celebrity couples "sooner than later," too.
Kris Jenner definitely leaks news about the family to the press, right?
Rumors have circulated for years that whenever an anonymous "source" leaks information to the tabloids about the Kardashian-Jenner family, it's actually Kris Jenner on the other end of the tip line. That theory seemed to gain some credibility in an interview the executive producer of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, Farnaz Farjam, gave to Variety this week. According to Farjam, "our crew was so trustworthy" and "every time they accused someone on our team of doing it, I was very firm and said, 'Absolutely not.'" She explained that the accusations were only "natural" but that eventually "they would find out that it had nothing to do with our team." As for who it actually was … "I can't say who it was. But, you know, often, it's people in their inner circle." Or their gene pool.
The Winklevoss twins formed a band with their security guard
The Winklevoss twins, of Facebook origin story and cryptocurrency fame, have found a new activity to share. You may remember them from The Social Network, in which they were portrayed by Armie Hammer (who is equally as chaotic but in a different way). Now, the twins have formed a band: Tyler sings and Cameron plays guitar, alongside four other members, including their head of security, Page Six reports. The band recently played for a small crowd in Cameron's New York City loft, which, of course, is equipped with a stage and lighting. The band, name unknown, is rumored to have a gig next week in front of an invite-only audience of 200-plus. Check your spam folder to make sure you didn't miss your invitation!
Drake and Michael B. Jordan take their bromance to the sidelines of a high school basketball game
Sure, it's hip to sit courtside at an NBA game. But Drake is starting a new trend: sitting courtside at high school basketball games. One week after the rapper attended a varsity game at Sierra Canyon in California, he returned for another, this time bringing along pal Michael B. Jordan. The pair were there to support Bronny James, Lebron James' 16-year-old son. Despite having the coolest cheering section, Sierra Canyon (alma mater of Kendall and Kylie Jenner) lost the regional semi-final game. With Sierra Canyon and the Lakers seasons over, it seems Drake and Jordan will have to take their bromance beyond the court.