A key player in the Trump Administration is gone and Seth Rogen spills the beans on all things Superbad. Here are today's Pop Bits.

White House chief strategist Steve Bannon is out a of a job in a move that delighted some Americans and infuriated others, much like the election of Donald Trump, himself.

Carmen de Lavallade — one of the first African-Americans to dance at the Metropolitan Opera — is being honored at the Kennedy Center Honors in December, but the 86-year-old now says she will not attend the ceremony, citing "the socially divisive and morally caustic narrative that our current leadership is choosing to engage in." That's code for "I'm not happy with President Trump."

Even more fallout in the wake of the Charlotteville march: the Harold & Kumar star was among the 16 people on the President's Committee on the Arts and the Humanities who have stepped down. Do you get the feeling the White House has a lot of empty desks these days?

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the release of Superbad, Seth Rogen dropped all sorts of neat facts about the movie on Twitter. Go ahead, watch it again. You know you want to.

Based on the 1999 Tim Allen flick, the series has been in development in one form or another since 2015. Time to move at warped speed to make this happen. No word if any of the films's stars will take part.

The supermodel and New York Yankees legend are the proud parents of a girl named Bella Raine Jeter, who may very well grow up to be the most attractive and athletic child in history.

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