Sophie took to Instagram to share a sweet note alongside a photo of herself and her dad embracing, with the 19-year-old poking fun at her father's sartorial choices. "Happy birthday, fashion icon," she wrote. "I can hear you doing your best Tim Gunn impersonation now 💛 love you the most."
Jack posted his own message at about the same time. The black-and-white collage consisted of a series of photos that combined to make one image of Luke's face, beside which the 22-year-old wrestler wrote, "Happy birthday, old man. I’ll see you somewhere. ♥️."
The first episode of Riverdale season four was an emotional watch for fans after Archie Andrews (played by KJ Apa) had to say goodbye to his dad in an emotional sendoff. Fred Andrews (played by Luke Perry) is no longer on the show after the actor died of a stroke back in March.
It seems Archie is set to struggle with his father's death as the storyline progresses.
Fans may have thought Archie got closure after the first episode saw him finally identify who killed Fred in the hit and run.
The first episode saw Archie find out the person responsible for the death wasn’t who he initially thought it was.
Instead, it turned out it was a teenage boy, who’s dad had taken the blame to protect him.
“He’s always wanted to follow in Fred’s footsteps, but now feels that burden even more so.”
However, this change won’t be easy as the Riverdale High senior is set to struggle all season with the burden of filling his father’s shoes.
The showrunner revealed Archie is “going to struggle with grief, and struggle with how to live up to Fred’s memory.”
There is a significant jump between episode one and two, with the time-shifting from the fourth of July to September.
Did Quentin Tarantino shoot an entire episode of Lancer for this year’s hit movie Once Upon a Time in Hollywood? If he didn’t, the writer-director seems to have come mighty close. The released film itself is not short of footage from Tarantino’s recreation of the ’60s cowboy show, while a deleted scene features more material with Timothy Olyphant, the late Luke Perry, and young actress Julia Butters.
The sequence is included in the 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, DVD, and digital releases of the film, which boast 20 minutes of additional scenes. The 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, and digital versions also feature five behind-the-scenes featurettes: Quentin Tarantino’s Love Letter to Hollywood, Bob Richardson — For the Love of Film, Shop Talk – The Cars of 1969, Restoring Hollywood — The Production Design of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, and The Fashion of 1969.
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood will also be available to purchase in a limited 4K UHD Collector’s Edition with a 7-inch vinyl record, a poster for the Rick Dalton film Operazione Dyn-o-mite!, and an exclusive new Mad magazine parody of the Rick Dalton TV series Bounty Law, which is renamed Lousy Law.
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood will be released Nov. 26 on digital and Dec. 10 in the other formats. The movie stars Leonardo DiCaprio as the fictional Dalton, Brad Pitt as stuntman Cliff Booth, and Margot Robbie as the real-life actress Sharon Tate.
Brian Austin Green, Perry’s former costar, organized the event for fans — the first in a weekend of get togethers that culminated in a massive cast reunion at the live taping of his …with Brian Austin Green podcast.
The experience has seen a Johnny Rockets restaurant transformed into the fictional diner made famous on the hit Fox soap in the ’90s for the bash. Servers wear Peach Pit shirts, while the walls are decorated in the locale’s iconic pastel pink and green color scheme. The menu also boasts the show’s famous food items, like the Mega Burger and Peach Pit Floats.