In your ET Now, we share some of the hottest headlines of the day including David Letterman's retirement announcement, new reports an intruder tried to break into Julia Roberts Malibu home and Bryan Cranston's new memoir.
David Letterman announced yesterday that he will retire in 2015. Speculation has already begun about how might replace Letterman, including Neil Patrick Harris.
The consummate showman has been CBS's go-to guy for hosting gigs including multiple Tony Awards ceremonies and the Primetime Emmy Awards, and this week, How I Met Your Mother, on which Harris starred, finished its ninth and final season.
In other news, a new report claims that Julia Roberts had an intruder try to break into her $9.5 million Malibu home this past January. According to the report, the trespasser was stopped by her ex-military security guards. The Malibu sheriff's department declined to comment on the alleged incident.
And finally, Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston is writing a memoir. Cranston will tell the stories of his life and reveal insight into acting and his experiences as Walter White in the landmark AMC series.
The untitled memoir is scheduled for publication in fall 2015.