The publisher relies on 14 alleged incidents of domestic violence, including what Heard describes as a “three-day hostage situation” in Australia in March 2015 when Depp lost the tip of his middle finger in disputed circumstances. Depp failed in a last-minute bid to stop his ex-wife attending until she is called to give evidence. … [Read more...] about Johnny Depp, Amber Heard Arrive In London Court For Blockbuster Libel Trial Over Domestic Abuse Allegations
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Sherborne said the article written by Wootton “repeated Ms Heard’s allegations, referring to what he described as ‘overwhelming evidence’ in her favor, in an obvious attempt to confirm categorically in the readers’ minds, several million readers’ minds, that these appalling and serious allegations of criminality were true”. … [Read more...] about Johnny Depp Libel Trial: Actor’s Attorney Says Amber Heard “Invented” Abuse Claims & Now He Wants “Vindication”
Do you think you might like to . . . see Iggy? Well, all right. But you must take care not to disturb him. When Pop is really “Jonesed,” there’s really no telling what could happen. His scars do take so long to heal, you know, and he is so slight, sometimes I can’t help worry about him, but can you blame me? … [Read more...] about Funhouse
Color of Change will work with the Grammys’ parent organization on several diversity-based initiatives. It will help the Academy create a black music advisory group, which aims to get more black voters into the Academy, as well as develop a diversity summit for the music industry and tackle legislative issues. Color of Change will also help create the Academy’s inclusion rider, which will set internal diversity goals for the music group and give the organization a plan for how to implement the changes. Valeisha Butterfield Jones, the Academy’s recently appointed chief diversity officer, tells Rolling Stone that this rider will be completed in the fourth quarter of 2020. … [Read more...] about The Recording Academy Partners With Color of Change on New Diversity Initiatives
The entertainment world has been mourning the passing of director Joel Schumacher for a few weeks now, with many looking back at his exemplary body of work. For better or worse, one of the movies that Schumacher is best remembered for is 1995's Batman Forever, and intriguingly, according to writer and podcaster Marc Bernardin, there exists out there somewhere in the cinematic ether a 170-minute director's cut. … [Read more...] about Batman Forever Schumacher Cut Rumored to Be 170 Minutes, Will It Go to HBO Max?