Weekend News Roundup! North West’s Sibling, 92-Year-Old’s 16th Marathon, and E.L. James New(ish) Novel


Happy Monday! Here’s our compendium of pop culture news you may have missed while you were doing more important things over the weekend.

  North West is getting a sibling. [Rolling Stone]

  E.L. James is releasing a new Fifty Shades of Grey novel. It is the original Fifty Shades of Grey told from Christian Grey’s perspective, and will be called Grey.  [Variety]

  The Critics’ Choice TV Awards took place last night. Bob Odenkirk, Amy Schumer, Taraji P. Henderson, Jeffrey Tambor, Sarah Paulson, Bill Murray, David Oyelowo, Frances McDormand, and Allison Janney all picked up acting awards. [Time]

  San Andreas won the box office. [BOM]

  Kendrick Lamar brought the CEO of Sweetgreen onstage during the salad company-sponsored festival SweetLife to sing “Bitch Don’t Kill My Vibe.” Lamar promptly uninvited the CEO when it turned out he didn’t know the words to the song. [Pitchfork]

  Michael Jackson’s son Prince graduated from high school. [P6]

  92-year-old Harriette Thompson ran the Rock ‘n’ Roll marathon in San Diego on Sunday. It was her 16th time running, and she is officially the oldest person to have completed a marathon. [The Guardian]