These are the Remains of the Day, an evening roundup that will catch you up on the entertainment and celebrity news that you may have missed today.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have reportedly reached a temporary custody agreement after an extended court battle. “The interim arrangement was agreed upon by both parties after it was recommended by their custody evaluator. There was no longer a need for the hearing.” Pray for the kids. — Entertainment Tonight
Sorry nerds. CBS announced Wednesday that The Big Bang Theory will end its run in May 2019, making it the longest-running multi-camera series in TV history. At least you still have Silicon Valley. — Entertainment Weekly
You better get a tissue ready. An Australian teen’s mother passed away this June before she could attend the concert of one of her favorite singers: Pink. But, Pink made sure the teen’s night was extra special–just the way her mom would have wanted. — Today
Not surprisingly, a sequel to Crazy Rich Asians is in development. The film topped the domestic box office last weekend when it opened with a five-day total of $35 million. — The Hollywood Reporter
Rock legend Steven Tyler has sent a cease-and-desist letter to the White House demanding that President Trump stop playing Aerosmith songs at his rallies. — Boston.com
Actress Hilary Swank secretly married her boyfriend Philip Schneider. The 44-year-old actress said “I do” while surrounded by redwood trees at the Saint Lucia Preserve in Carmel, Calif., wearing a specially designed Elie Saab gown took 150 hours to piece together. — E! News