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The Sundance Film Festival is still a week away, but there is already one film that is generating a massive amount of buzz. Leaving Neverland will take a close look at the allegations of sexual assault and abuse made against Michael Jackson by a number of men, including choreographer Wade Robson. He is known to many as the man who reportedly came between Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake, and inspired Timberlake to write the break-up anthem Cry Me A River. The Australian-born dancer, 36, previously filed a lawsuit against Jackson's estate in 2016 asking for $1.62 billion in damages. In his complaint, Robson claimed that he was raped by the King of Pop for seven years, starting when he was
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Director Vicky Jewson was looking for women with dangerous jobs to get inspiration for her next project when she came across the name Jacquie Davis. Davis is a bodyguard, a rare profession for a woman, and has in the past 30 years protected everyone from royals to celebrities like Nicole Kidman and J.K. Rowling, and also staged undercover rescue missions and surveillance operations. There was little question that her experiences would be the perfect template for "Close ," now streaming on Netflix. "I really love to bring strong female protagonists to genre movies," said Jewson. "(Jacquie) kind of blew my mind...It's not really been seen before. And as a filmmaker I'm always
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — A bill requiring the disposal of coal ash stored in Dominion Energy ponds across Virginia has cleared its first General Assembly committee. The Richmond Times-Dispatch reports the Senate committee handling conservation and natural resources moved the bill ahead Thursday, voting 9-5. Its next hurdle is the Senate Finance Committee, which asked to also take it up because costs could likely be passed to Dominion customers. Gov. Ralph Northam supports the bill Sen. Scott Surovell introduced. It requires Dominion to dig up its coal ash, recycle as much as possible and haul the rest to modern landfills. Coal ash is heavy metal-laden waste left from burning the fossil fuel to produce
She'll be back on the big screen this year with Avengers: Endgame. But first Elizabeth Olsen enjoyed some peace and quiet during a day off from work in Studio City on Friday. The actress, 29, rocked a bulky grey jacket, black rolled up jeans, ankle boots, and a graphic print T-shirt during a coffee run to Alfred's. Though she was dressed down, Elizabeth looked absolutely stunning. The actress cut an edgy and stylish figure in her thick grey jacket. She wore her blonde locks down, styling her bangs in a stylish, side-swept fringe. The actress also appeared practically makeup-free, allowing her natural beauty to radiate. Coming soon: It won't be long until fans will be seeing more of Elizabeth
Serena Williams powered into the fourth round of the Australian Open on Saturday with a 6-2 6-1 demolition of Ukrainian teenager Dayana Yastremska to continue her charge through the Melbourne Park draw. The 37-year-old Williams, chasing a record-extending eighth Melbourne title in the professional era, barely broke sweat on a sunny afternoon at Rod Laver Arena as she sent 20 winners flying past the 57th-ranked 18-year-old. Yastremska rolled her right ankle midway through and took a medical time-out to have her foot bandaged when trailing 4-1 in the second set.
Rare has announce a new update for Sea of Thieves, which is designed to both reduce the overall install size of the game and make it easier for the developer to implement further patches in the future. However, to download the update, you'll have to reinstall the entire game. The new install sizes for each version of the game has been outlined in a blog post on Sea of Thieves' main website. The PC version of the game will shrink from 47 GB to 27 GB. For Xbox One, the version on the original console will go from 35 GB to 10, and the One X install size will shrink from 47 GB to 25. As a result of this update, Rare executive producer Joe Neate writes that future patch sizes might "increase slightly
Watch #Kimmel Clips: Interviews | Music Performances | Unnecessary Censorship | Lie Witness News | Mean Tweets Jimmy Kimmel Live airs every weeknight at 11:35 p.m. EDT and features a diverse lineup of guests that include celebrities, athletes, musical acts, comedians and human-interest subjects, along with comedy bits and a house band. Following are the episodes scheduled to air the week of January 21 - January 25 (subject to change): Monday, Jan. 21 'JIMMY KIMMEL LIVE INTERMISSION ACCOMPLISHED: A HALFTIME TRIBUTE TO TRUMP' With Will Arnett, Paul Scheer, Alyssa Milano, Fred Willard, Fred Armisen, Jake Johnson, and Anthony Atamanuik Tuesday, Jan. 22 Nathan Fillion (The Rookie), Musical Guest
Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Erika Jayne's husband Thomas Girardi has been hit with a massive $15 million lawsuit for alleged unpaid loans. The 79-year-old Girardi and his law firm, Girardi Keese, are being sued by Law Finance Group, which lent the company $15 million and are still waiting to be paid back, according to The Blast. While the lawsuit describes Girardi as a 'prominent and well-known' litigator, the site alleges, 'It is now apparent that Mr. Girardi's reputation is exceeded only by the lavish nature of his lifestyle.' The lawsuit contends that the Law Finance Group lent the money to Girardi back in 2015, and claims Girardi was in breach by failing to make a single payment.
A man accused of threatening a father who claimed R. Kelly kept his daughter from her family has turned himself in. Henry James Mason turned himself in around 8:30 a.m. Friday, Henry County Sheriff's Office Maj. Bobby Sloan said. A judge had issued a warrant for Mason on charges of terroristic threats and acts. Sloan said Mason was released on $10,000 bond. A phone number for Mason couldn't immediately be found. CBS affiliate WGCL-TV reports that Mason is R. Kelly's former road manager. A Henry County police report from May said Timothy Savage told police Mason had called and threatened to kill him. Savage said he'd been trying unsuccessfully to reach his daughter. He told police Kelly was holding
ANNIVERSARIES 1964-The Beatles had their first appearance on the US singles chart with "I Want to Hold Your Hand". The disc entered the Billboard Hot 100 at #45, just ten days after its release, making it the fastest-breaking and the fastest selling single in Capitol Records history. 1969-Pete Best, the drummer that The Beatles kicked out of the group in favor of Ringo Starr, wins a defamation suit against John, Paul and George. He had sought 8 million dollars, but won a considerably less, though undisclosed amount. 1973-A Rolling Stones benefit concert raises $200,000 for Nicaraguan earthquake relief. Mick Jagger donated an additional $150,000, as his wife Bianca is from Nicaragua. 1977-Jimmy
Bill Maher drew some boos tonight when he told his HBO audience that Ann Coulter would be a guest on next week's episode of Real Time With Bill Maher. And the jeers weren't because the crowd had missed out on the controversial right-winger by a week. Coulter's name came up during tonight's panel discussion when former congressman Barney Frank decried Republican lawmakers' refusal to bring bills unless President Donald Trump pre-approves. "Ann Coulter and Rush Limbaugh now…
Kei Nishikori got through the third round in straight sets against Joao Sousa, getting a bit of relief after his first two matches at Melbourne Park went to five sets. The eighth-seeded Nishikori had a 7-6 (6), 6-1, 6-2 win on Margaret Court Arena right after Naomi Osaka's three-set comeback win over Hsieh Su-wei. Sousa had also advanced through two five-setters and needed a medical time out in the third set.
Kamil Majchrzak made a memorable Grand Slam debut but it ended in disappointment as he retired from his first-round match against eighth seed Kei Nishikori at the Australian Open. The 23-year-old Pole, playing in the first round at a Major for the first time ever, stunned his Japanese opponent by taking the opening two sets. But Nishikori then won 10 consecutive games to establish control. Nishikori took 15 of the last 17 games before an injured Majchrzak threw in the towel with the score at 3-6, 6-7 (6), 6-0, 6-2, 3-0 on Margaret Court Arena. After the match, Nishikori praised Majchrzak and said: 'He was playing amazing tennis. 'I have to be happy going to the next round - I almost lost in