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Would Elvis had lived longer had he cut ties with Col. Parker? Matt Lauer allegedly propositioned and exposed himself to Today's former entertainment booker, Ann Curry tells Ronan Far Chrissy Teigen speculates that The Office's Jim and Pam are now divorced Here's Why Crispin Glover is So Angry at Back to the Future Producer Jesse Eisenberg Hints He May Not Be Playing Lex Luthor Again TV Trash: Maniac Mansion Avengers Jeremy Renner Accused by Ex-Wife of Threatening to Kill Her Liv Tyler's Betty Ross Possibly Returning for Marvel's She-Hulk TV Series WTH happened to Rowan Blanchard? Is she starting her Disney break down? The Adventures of the Little Prince - Nick Knacks Episode #043 View all posts >


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[url]http://www.agcwebpages.com/BLINDITEMS/2019/OCTOBER.html[/url] 155. ENTERTAINMENT LAWYER 10/14 **#1** [url]https://www.crazydaysandnights.net/2019/10/blind-item-1_14.html[/url] Several of the streaming services have banded together to pay their biggest stars to trash the upcoming streaming release of this conglomerate and what will be their main product. Apple TV/"The Morning Show" starring Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Aniston and Steve Carell (Everything we know—and don’t know—about AppleTV+) or Disney +/Marvel Movies (Martin Scorsese Compares Marvel Movies to Theme Parks: ‘That’s Not Cinema’) (Everything you need to know about upcoming streaming services, in one handy rundown) (Who will win the streaming wars?) [url]http://www.agcwebpages.com/BLINDITEMS/2019/OCTOBER.html[/url] 155. ENTERTAINMENT LAWYER 10/14 **#1** [url]https://www.crazydaysandnights.net/2019/10/blind-item-1_14.html[/url] Several of the streaming services have banded together to pay their biggest stars to trash the upcoming streaming release of this conglomerate and what will be their main product. Apple TV/"The Morning Show" starring Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Aniston and Steve Carell (Everything we know—and don’t know—about AppleTV+) or Disney +/Marvel Movies (Martin Scorsese Compares Marvel Movies to Theme Parks: ‘That’s Not Cinema’) (Everything you need to know about upcoming streaming services, in one handy rundown) (Who will win the streaming wars?) [url]http://www.agcwebpages.com/BLINDITEMS/2019/OCTOBER.html[/url] 161. ENTERTAINMENT LAWYER 10/14 **#7** [url]https://www.crazydaysandnights.net/2019/10/blind-item-7_14.html[/url] The longtime former boyfriend of this A/A- list actor will testify to many of the same things put in a recent court filing. Kristoffer Winters/Jeremy Renner/ex-wife Sonni Pacheco (Jeremy Renner's Ex-Wife Accuses Him of Threatening to Kill Her in New Custody Filing: Report) [url]https://people.com/movies/jeremy-renners-ex-wife-accuses-him-of-threatening-to-kill-her-in-new-custody-filing-report/[/url] (The double life of Jeremy Renner) [url]https://www.nickiswift.com/21865/double-life-jeremy-renner/[/url] Ballers leaves a strange legacy after tackling serious issues like CTE and racial disparity [url]https://www.indiewire.com/2019/10/ballers-finale-season-5-episode-8-review-ending-spoilers-1202179536/[/url] "Ballers never felt like a serious show," says Ben Travers. "Offering a glammed-up look inside the life of ex-NFL star Spencer Strasmore (played by a besuited Dwayne Johnson), Stephen Levinson’s HBO pseudo-comedy kept the stakes pretty low, even in its final season. Big spending led to big paychecks, which led to bigger spending and bigger paychecks, until Spencer had accumulated enough wealth to be a viable option for NFL ownership. Audiences never needed to worry if ol’ Spence was gonna be okay, just if he was going to be able to afford the expensive things — his own agency, acquiring other agencies, an NFL team — he craved. And yet serious issues still popped up, like a tag-along tax on all that big money being thrown around." Now that I think of it, Joe DiMaggio might as well have been the Alec Baldwin to Kim Basinger's Marilyn Monroe. Just like with Alec and Kim, there were also rumors that Joe was physically abusive towards Marilyn: [url]https://www.quora.com/What-went-wrong-in-the-Marilyn-Monroe-Joe-Do-Maggio-marriage[/url] [url]https://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/books/article-2731145/The-bore-destroyed-Marilyn-Dimwit-Joe-DiMaggio-brutally-bullied-Monroe-drove-drugs-wrecked-career.html[/url] [url]https://www.nationalenquirer.com/photos/marilyn-monroe-joe-dimaggio-abuse-wifebeating/[/url] [url]https://www.vanityfair.com/culture/2010/11/marilyn-monroe-201011[/url] [url]https://nypost.com/2014/06/08/inside-the-twisted-love-affair-of-joe-dimaggio-marilyn-monroe/[/url] [url]http://www.everlasting-star.net/boards/?showtopic=10005[/url] Ellen's defense of sitting with George W. Bush was all about her: "She succumbed to the allure of self-benefit" because kindness is her brand [url]https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2019/10/11/ellen-degeneress-defense-her-friendship-with-george-w-bush-was-all-about-her/[/url] Sitting with Bush wasn't "the gross part" of this week's controversy. "The defense was," says Molly Roberts of Ellen DeGeneres' kindness monologue in response to the backlash of her hanging with Bush at an NFL game. "DeGeneres cries 'kindness' to explain herself because kindness is her brand," says Roberts. "It’s also an awfully clever brand to have. It has the heft of virtue without any of the heaviness that comes with actually being virtuous. What is right, according to this particular code, will almost always align with what is convenient. DeGeneres is 'kind to everyone' because she wants everyone on her show...So-called kindness is an excellent lodestar more generally when your goal is to be popular. The most powerful people have the most capacity to do very bad things on a very big scale — so you’re bound to encounter some real horror shows the moment you start moving in privileged circles. Start insulting them for it, and there goes your invitation. Cancel no one, lest someone cancel you...DeGeneres did something that makes her the same as the rest of us. She succumbed to the allure of self-benefit, when succumbing meant a higher chance of being liked. It might be harder to blame her, if only she hadn’t responded by saying that she’s better than us." [url]https://www.reddit.com/r/movies/comments/dgc817/steel_magnolias_and_diabetes_steel_magnolias/[/url] [quote] I understand Shelby has diabetes and she gets pregnant; as well as showing bad symptoms when she has to much insulin. I also remember multiple doctors (I’m guessing multiple) have told her having a baby is I’m guessing high risk, but when she tells her mom she’s pregnant and her mom tells her she’s a special case... what makes Shelby so special? Like [b]what about her having diabetes makes it so high risk for her to have kids...[/b] like is it really that big of a deal for her to have kids if she’s a diabetic?[/quote] I wonder if this is why this season, they brought Dana back to be Adam's "girl". Eddie Murphy Says COMING TO AMERICA 2 Will Be Rated PG-13 [url]https://birthmoviesdeath.com/2019/10/10/eddie-murphy-says-coming-to-america-2-will-be-rated-pg-13[/url] Matt Lauer's response to rape allegation makes him out to be the real victim -- and his accuser the perpetrator [url]https://jezebel.com/matt-lauer-insists-hes-the-real-victim-1838909129[/url] In his lengthy attempt at defense in response to former NBC News staffer Brooke Nevils' accusation of rape, "Lauer predictably assails his accuser’s character while casting himself as patriarchal protector, besieged family man, and loving but imperfect dad," says Tracy Clark-Flory. "He begins his letter by explaining why he has not, until now, 'more vigorously' defended himself. Lauer writes, 'I wanted nothing less than to create more headlines my kids would read and a new gathering of photographers at the end of our driveway.' This, says Lauer, is why he decided to stay quiet 'and work on repairing my relationship with the people I love,' which he describes as 'the most important full-time job I have ever had.' But now, following the revelations in (Ronan) Farrow’s book, Lauer writes that 'after not speaking out to protect my children, it is now with their full support I say ‘enough.’ Enough, says Dad. Enough. Now, Lauer writes, he must defend his family—from the headlines, the photographers, and the woman accusing him of rape. This act of 'defense' looks more like an offense: Defending his family means turning victim into perpetrator. Lauer’s family is what gives him permission. Immediately, Lauer’s letter implies nefarious intent on Nevils’ part, writing that her story 'is filled with false details intended only to create the impression this was an abusive encounter.' ... He proceeds to portray her as the spurned lover, the rejected woman—favorite tropes of MeToo critics—seeming to imply that her accusations were triggered after he suddenly cut off the 'affair.' ... With the dirty work of villainizing his accuser done, Lauer returns to painting a portrait of himself as the flawed but loving patriarch." View all replies >