Entertainment news roundup: Kevin Spacey wins sexual assault civil case brought by actor Rapp; Motorsports: Pitt briefs team bosses as F1 film picks up speed and more

Date:

What follows is a summary of current entertainment news briefs.

Kevin Spacey wins sexual assault civil case brought by actor Rapp

Kevin Spacey defeated a sexual assault case against him on Thursday after jurors in a Manhattan civil trial found his accuser failed to prove his claim that the Oscar winner made an unwanted sexual advance on him when he was 14. years. The verdict followed a three-week trial. trial in federal court in Manhattan and came about two hours after jurors began deliberating.

Motorsports-Pitt briefs team bosses as F1 movie picks up speed

Formula One executives and team bosses were briefed by Brad Pitt at the United States Grand Prix in Austin, Texas on Friday as plans for a film based on the sport gathered pace. Apple TV announced in June that its studio arm had secured the rights to a film to be directed by Joseph Kosinski, the director of “Top Gun: Maverick.”

The main multiplex chains in India bet on the festive season to recover the joy

A slate of failed Bollywood films has hit India’s major cinemas hard, leaving the industry banking heavily on the current festive quarter to revive its fortunes. good content for the lackluster performance of the second quarter, and said they are betting on the third quarter to put them back on a growth path.

Netflix opens ‘immersive’ store for fans of popular shows

Streaming giant Netflix has opened a store in Los Angeles that it hopes will combine retail therapy with an “immersive” experience for fans of its popular shows “Stranger Things,” “Bridgerton” and “Squid Game.” The store, open through early January, offers shoppers the opportunity to take photos next to the iconic laser-eyed animatronic doll Young-hee from “Squid Game” and Queen Charlotte’s throne from the period drama “Bridgerton.”

Taylor Swift Reveals Late Night Reflections on ‘Midnights’ Pop Album

Taylor Swift returned to pop on Friday with the debut of her 10th studio album, an album called “Midnights” inspired by her late-night thoughts, and also released a video of her “nightmare scenarios” in the horror movie genre. The 32-year-old singer-songwriter described the 13-track “Midnights” as “a collage of intensity, ups and downs, ebbs and flows”.

Berry Gordy, Smokey Robinson to be honored as MusiCares Persons of the Year

Motown icons Berry Gordy and Smokey Robinson will be honored by the music industry in Los Angeles ahead of the annual Grammy Awards as the 2023 MusiCares Person of the Year, the organization announced Thursday. MusiCares, which is dedicated to supporting the music community, said the music world will celebrate the legacy of both songwriters during its 32nd annual People of the Year benefit gala.

Judi Dench says Netflix’s ‘The Crown’ uses ‘crude sensationalism’

British actress Judi Dench has called on Netflix to add a disclaimer to the royal drama “The Crown,” joining a chorus of voices criticizing the series’ fictional storylines. In a letter to The Times on Thursday, the 87-year-old veteran said that as the award-winning show moved closer to the present “he seems more willing to blur the lines between historical accuracy and crude sensationalism.”

Jennifer Coolidge wants to show fans a different realm in ‘The White Lotus’ season 2

Jennifer Coolidge returns to “The White Lotus” to play Tanya McQuoid in season 2 of the HBO Max series created by Mike White, and she’s ready to show fans a new side of her character. “This was really fun for me because the entire duration of ‘The White Lotus’ 1 was a grieving woman and there are flashes of bright light because she met this amazing woman, Belinda, and Tanya felt like she was really being saved by someone,” she said. Coolidge told Reuters at a red carpet event in Los Angeles. “In season 2 it was fun to be in a different realm, the pain is over.”

Rapper Cardi B Wins California Lawsuit Over Explicit Album Cover

A federal jury in California on Friday rejected claims that singer Cardi B misused the image of a man on the cover of her first mixtape album of 2016. The cover of “Gangsta Bitch Music, Vol. 1” did not violated plaintiff Kevin Michael Brophy’s rights of publicity or privacy by showing a doctored photo of another man with Brophy’s unique back tattoo performing oral sex on the popular rapper, the Santa Ana jury found after a four-day trial and an afternoon of deliberations.

(With contributions from agencies).

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Share post:

Popular

More like this
Related