Lori Loughlin Gets Judge Approval To Serve 2-Month Prison Term Close To Home

September 18, 2020

Lori Loughlin Gets Judge Approval To Serve 2-Month Prison Term Close To Home

Lori Loughlin got a small win the other day! She got the judge to allow her to serve her two-month prison term at California’s Victorville, the facility of her choice. It’s a medium-security federal correctional institution with an adjacent minimum-security satellite camp that houses about 300 women. The institution is about 100 miles northeast of her Bel-Air neighborhood in Los Angeles. She must surrender to the Bureau of Prisons by November 19th. Lori Loughlin’s husband, Mossimo Giannulli, is also headed to prison at FCI Lompoc, which is a low-security facility about 140 miles northwest of their California home. He has the same surrender date.

The Batman Resumes Filming After A Coronavirus Shutdown

Filming for The Batman has started back up again after star Robert Pattinson reportedly tested positive for COVID-19 and brought the movie's production to a standstill. Filming was halted on September 3rd while Robert Pattinson recuperated and cast and crew who were in close contact with him also quarantined. Robert Pattinson’s positive test was the most high-profile example of the dangers of restarting production during the pandemic.

Betty White's Lifetime Christmas Movie Delayed Until 2021

Your Christmas present of Betty White from Lifetime will be arriving a little late this year. Try like, a year late. Betty White's untitled holiday movie has been delayed until 2021, thanks to COVID-19. Lifetime said in a statement, “We’re all still dreaming of a White Christmas with Betty White — unfortunately we will have to wait until 2021... The movie is being pushed to next year due to COVID filming restrictions.” The movie features Betty White's character helping would-be Santas prepare for the holiday season. Fun fact, Betty White turns 99 years old in January!