5 things to know this evening: Peter Fonda apologizes for Trump tweet, Ariana Grande has a luxe new home, and 'Creed II' trailer arrives

Good evening! Catch up on your pop-culture news with our roundup of today’s top stories.

Peter Fonda attends Build Series on June 12, 2018, in New York. (Photo: Rob Kim/Getty Images)
Peter Fonda attends Build Series on June 12, 2018, in New York. (Photo: Rob Kim/Getty Images)

1. Peter Fonda apologizes for tweet about Barron Trump

As President Trump signed an executive order to end his policy of separating immigrant children from their families, Fonda apologized for a “vulgar” tweet that he’s since deleted about Trump’s 12-year-old son. First lady Melania Trump had alerted the Secret Service to the now-deleted message. Read more>>

2. Ariana Grande has new music — and reportedly a new home

Pete Davidson and Ariana Grande photographed together Wednesday in New York. (Photo: Gotham/GC Images)
Pete Davidson and Ariana Grande photographed together Wednesday in New York. (Photo: Gotham/GC Images)

The singer released “The Light Is Coming,” a new song featuring Nicki Minaj, in one of her first days at the new luxury apartment she’s reportedly moved into with fiancé Pete Davidson. Spoiler alert: It’s expensive. Read more>>

3. Andy Cohen addresses rumors he’s dating John Mayer

In a new interview, the Watch What Happens Live host said that he and the singer simply have “a very sweet friendship.” He also stated the obvious and said they are together “all the time,” except recently when he had to FaceTime his friend at 2 a.m. Read more>>

One more Saturday night! #ElevatorSeries

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4. The first Creed II trailer has arrived

Fans of the Rocky saga saw the first scenes from the sequel to 2015’s Creed, in which the son of Apollo Creed (played by Michael B. Jordan) takes on the offspring of Ivan Drago (Dolph Lundgren), the man who killed his father. The movie hits theaters Nov. 21. Read more>>

5. More movies for less cash are in your future

It’s an amazing time to be a moviegoer. AMC is offering customers 12 movies a month for $19.95 as part of a new loyalty program meant to rival subscription-based MoviePass. Although the new service is more expensive than the competition, fans will have access to Imax and 3D movies, which the competition doesn’t offer. Read more>>

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