EXCLUSIVE Oksana Grigorieva -- who got hundreds of thousands of dollars from Mel Gibson after a nuclear child custody war -- has filed for bankruptcy ... TMZ has learned. In new legal docs -- obtained by TMZ -- Oksana says things are so bad she only has $10 in cash to her name. Oksana says the math tells the story -- $48,000 in assets, $438,000 in debts. As for Oksana's expenses ... she spends $90 a month on "Gofer Patrol." BTW ... her home security is less ... $80 a month. Oksana -- who is a singer -- claims in the last 6 months she's only received $200 in royalties. She also lists works of art she painted at $500. Now get this ... Most of the debts are from legal bills. Oksana owes 5 lawyers a quarter-of-a-million bucks. Remember ... during the custody fight ... Oksana hired and fired more than 40 lawyers. Mel agreed to pay Oksana a $750K settlement in installments -- the last being due in 2016. As you remember, Mel pled no contest to assaulting Oksana ... knocking out a … [Read more...] about Oksana Grigorieva Files For Bankruptcy — I’ve Got $10 To My Name!
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The new film's creators turned down a "gigantic payday" at Netflix to ensure the first Asian-American-focused studio movie in 25 years would be seen in theaters and, if all goes well, reshape the Hollywood landscape: "The biggest stage with the biggest stakes — that's what we asked for." Kevin Kwan's heart was pounding. It was a Friday evening in October 2016, and the author of the breakout 2013 novel Crazy Rich Asians was in his Manhattan home, on a conference call with the producers of the planned film adaptation — Nina Jacobson, Brad Simpson and John Penotti — and its director, Jon M. Chu, along with their respective legal teams, about 22 people in all. They had a massive decision to make. Behind one door: Warner Bros., which had outbid other traditional studios with a distribution offer for Crazy Rich Asians a week earlier. Behind the other: Netflix, the great disrupter, which had come in hot the following Monday, dangling complete artistic freedom, a greenlighted … [Read more...] about The Stakes Are High for ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ — And That’s the Point
When The Flash debuted on The CW in 2014, Grant Gustin's Barry Allen was dubbed The Fastest Man on Earth, after receiving metahuman powers following the S.T.A.R. Labs explosion. Of course, there have been a few who can contest this claim, such as the villainous Reverse Flash (Tom Cavanagh) and now the new Season 2 villain Zoom, a.k.a. Jay Garrick (Teddy Sears). But a new contender has entered the mix: Supergirl (Melissa Benoist). Earlier today, the Supergirl Twitter page debuted a new trailer that teases these heroes will actually race one another to determine who the fastest human really is. This new footage comes just one day after another brief trailer which showed Kara and Barry meeting for the first time. We also recently saw a Supergirl / The Flash crossover poster, which was essentially a parody of the iconic Superman #199 cover from DC Comics. This story centered on Superman and The Flash set to race to see who the fastest man on the planet truly is, and from the looks of this … [Read more...] about Supergirl Races The Flash in New DC Crossover Trailer
As a pioneer of disco, guitarist Nile Rodgers and his band Chic helped pave the way for pop and hip-hop producers and musicians like Pharrell Williams. To celebrate his contributions to the world of music, Williams helped present Rodgers with the Award for Musical Excellence at the 2017 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony. Rodgers and Williams worked together on Daft Punk’s disco-inspired album Random Access Memories and won two Grammy Awards alongside the French duo for their hit song “Get Lucky.” On the same album, they also appeared alongside each other on the song “Lose Yourself to Dance.” Here is what Williams offered as his tribute to Rodgers’ lengthy, ever-evolving career and legacy. Pharrell Williams: Y’know, about five years ago I met up with the robots in Daft Punk to discuss recording a song together. They asked me what I was working on and I told them that I was “kind of in this Nile Rodgers … [Read more...] about Watch Pharrell’s Reverent Nile Rodgers Tribute at Rock and Roll Hall of Fame