AsAngelina Jolie’sheated custody battle withBrad Pittrages on, sheisn’t shying away from talking about him to the press anymore. In a new interview with “The Guardian,” Jolie unloads on Pitt, saying she feared for her “whole family’s” safety while they were married.
Rather than five years, Jolie says the divorce has been impending for “the last decade.” As Pitt is hit with child abuse allegations, Jolie notes that she doesn’t make big decisions like divorce lightly. As in, “it took a lot” for her to consider “separating from the father of my children.”
While there’s “a lot [she] can’t say,” Jolie remembers one spat she got into with Pitt while they were married. Jolie stopped working with disgraced producerHarvey Weinsteinafter he allegedly tried to assault her when she was working on the film “Playing By Heart.” But Pitt still chose to, forQuentin Tarantino’s2009 movie “Inglorious Basterds” – and Jolie says they fought about it.
- About that Weinstein story…Weinstein calls it “clickbait publicity” in astatement to “TMZ,”saying there was “never an assault or attempted assault.” “You’re Angelina Jolie, every man and female in the world, I’m sure, shows interest in you. Is the whole world assaulting you?” he adds. “It’s very clear to me that this is for more sales on Angie’s BOOK.”
Tragic news out of New York as it's been confirmed thatMichael K Williamswas found dead in his New York City apartment yesterday. According to reports, a family member was concerned after he failed to show up for a family gathering on Saturday. When he didn't respond to calls, that relative apparently when to his Brooklyn apartment and discovered his body.
Emergency service were called to respond to an unresponsive man who was "cold." Even more awful? While no cause of death has been confirmed, Williams was reportedly found with drug paraphernalia nearby - and police say it appears to be a drug overdose. Something that may not be surprising given the fact that Williams has openly discussed his struggles with addiction.
While Williams is best known for his role as Omar on HBO's "The Wire," the Brooklyn native is a five-time Emmy nominee, starring series including "Boardwalk Empire" and "Lovecraft Country" as well as films including "Assassin's Creed" and "12 Years a Slave."Williams was 54.
- In response to the news, HBO posted a statement on their Twitter page. "We are devastated to learn of the passing of Michael Kenneth Williams," the post reads "An HBO family member for more than 20 years. While the world knew of his immense talents, we knew Michael as a dear friend. We send our deepest condolences to his family for this immeasurable loss."
- You can see some of the tributes to WilliamsHERE.
Source:New York Post
Kaley Cuoco Files For Divorce From Hubs Of Three Years
It’s over for Kaley Cuoco and Karl Cook.The actress has filed for divorce from her husband of three years.
In a statement, the couple says there’s no bad blood between them, they just “realized our current paths have taken us in opposite directions.” The split comes just a few months after they celebrated their three-year anniversary… and a little over a year after they finallymoved in together for the first time.
The divorce should be a breeze as far as splitting up their assets go. A source tells “Us Weekly” that Cuoco came prepared with an “ironclad prenup."
- "Despite a deep love and respect for one another, we have realized that our current paths have taken us in opposite directions," the couple’s statement reads. "We have both shared so much of our journey publicly so while we would prefer to keep this aspect of our personal life private, we wanted to be forthcoming in our truth together. There is no anger or animosity, quite the contrary."
Willard Scott Passes Away At 87
Legendary “Today” weatherman Willard Scott has passed away at 87.Al Roker has confirmed the sad news of the TV veteran’s death, revealing he passed Saturday morning while surrounded by family.
Scott has been putting smiles on “Today” viewers’ faces since 1980, known for his fun gimmicks… like dressing up in costumes and wishing happy birthday to fans turning 100. He began his 65-year career with NBC in 1950, appearing on screen as a wide range of eccentric characters – including his stint as the first Ronald McDonald in the 60s!
Scott semi-retired in 1996 and was replaced on “Today” by Al Roker, officially retiring from TV in 2015. During “Today’s” tribute to the late anchor, Roker said seeing Scott on TV was what inspired his own career. Scott is survived by his wife Paris,and daughtersSally and Mary..
Weekend Movie Wrap-Up
Marvel won Labor Day weekend – although there wasn’t much competition as far as debuts go. “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” exceeded expectations and broke box office records.
“Shang-Chi” scored the second-biggest opening of the pandemic with its three-day total of $75-point-five-million. It’s behind only “Black Widow” with its three-day earnings, and beat hits like “F9” and “A Quiet Place Part II.”
“Shang-Chi’s” earnings bumped to $90-milliion over the four-day weekend. It broke the record for the highest-grossing Labor Day weekend opening with that total.
Here’s this weekend’s top 10 movies (three-day totals):
- “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” – $75.5-million
- “Candyman” – $10.6-million
- “Free Guy: – $8.8-million
- “Jungle Cruise” – $4-million
- “PAW Patrol: The Movie” – $4-million
- “Don’t Breathe 2” – $2.3-million
- “Respect” – $1.3-million
- “The Suicide Squad” – $912,000
- “Black Widow” – $712,000
- “The Night House” – $530,000