The Dish: Casey Affleck, Michael K. Williams, Kathleen Biden and more...

March 5, 2017

BACK ON THE JOB: Less than a week after picking up his best actor Oscar for “Manchester by the Sea,” Falmouth’s own Casey Affleck was spotted by the Daily Mail in Vancouver directing his upcoming film, “Light of My Life.” He wrote, directed and will star in the movie about a father and daughter trying to find their way out of a forest amid an international pandemic. So, not a musical.

GOING SOLO: “The Wire” star Michael K. Williams is in final talks to join the upcoming Han Solo spinoff starring Alden Ehrenreich, according to Variety. Donald Glover, Thandie Newton, Woody Harrelson and Emilia Clarke are already on board. The yet-untitled movie hits theaters May 25, 2018.

THE BOLD & THE BIDEN: In the seamy little drama that is the Hunter and Kathleen Biden marital blitz, Hunter, S.O. of former sister-in-law Hallie, is accusing his estranged wife of cheating on him, according to a new report. In a recent divorce filing, Hunter demands that Kathleen turn over evidence that she cheated on him at any point during their 24-year marriage, Page Six reports. Specifically, according to the site, Hunter wants Kathleen to provide evidence “including but not limited to, letters, cards, notes and e-mails between you and any person that you had a romantic or sexual relationship with other than your husband during the marriage.” Stay tuned, because you know this isn’t over.