Thursday, March 16, 2017

ENTERTAINMENT NEWS

Oscar-winner Mahershala Ali is adjusting to life as a father. "We have a baby, so it's a different kind of crazy," he told PEOPLE while at The Most Powerful Stylists in Hollywood Dinner Hosted by The Hollywood Reporter and Jimmy Choo on Tuesday night. "All in all, fortunately, she sleeps pretty well through the night. It's just during the day she's hands on." Ali, 43, and his wife, Amatus Sami-Karim welcomed their first child, daughter Bari Najma, in February. The Moonlight actor shared his favorite moment of parenting with PEOPLE, describing his daughter's peaceful moments during sleep. "She was smiling last night," he says. "It's just been great getting to know this little person whose body seems to change every day and whose awareness heightens every day. It's just been exciting." The actor appeared in multiple productions in 2016, including Free State of Jones with Matthew McConaughey, Netflix's Luke Cage and the film Kicks. Despite the success he's had in the last year, he tells PEOPLE he won't be pushing himself so hard. "I will feel more rested if I'm not working in that way, if I'm working on one thing at a time," he says. "When I was working on Moonlight, I was working on four or five other projects at a time, so that can't happen again." After winning an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for the Barry Jenkins-directed drama, and appearing in the box office hit Hidden Figures, Ali says becoming a father has put everything into perspective. "I think it changes your relationship with time," he reveals. "I just don't have time to waste. You gotta be really deliberate with how you choose to spend your day because those are the moments you're away from your child. If anything, I want to work in a more focused way and discover the right balance for my life." (People)

Hilary Duff on Raising Son Luca as a Single Parent: "I'm Divorced, and It Sucks." Duff is coming clean about the realities of single parenthood. E! News has the exclusive first look at the Younger star's Redbook magazine cover, where she opens up about co-parenting son Luca with ex-husband Mike Comrie. Hilary and the retired hockey pro separated two years after their only child was born in 2012, and though outwardly Duff and Comrie make divorce look nothing but amicable, she's the first to admit it's not always easy. Duff told the publication, "Some of my friends tell me, 'God, it must be so nice, you get a break from your kid because you share him.' I'm divorced, and it sucks. Well, it did suck for a while; now it's just normal." "But it's true, I do get a break," she mused. "I had Luca by myself for a few weeks, no help, when Mike was on the road, and when he got home I was like, 'He's yours! Bye!'" And like many of Hilary's fellow celeb mommies, she too struggles with the push and pull of devoting her attention to both work and family life. "I always feel torn or guilty about something," she admitted. "I'm not working right now, and at first I stressed about that, like, 'Oh, I shouldn't stay still this long.' And that's ridiculous. I have a child; it's totally fine to not be slammed all the time." The 29-year-old added, "It feels really good to not be on someone else's schedule -- besides Luca's. I'm basically his chauffeur!" And speaking of her adorable little man, Duff told Redbook she's not in any rush to welcome baby No. 2: "I've gotten over the fact that I'm not going to have a baby that's close in age with Luca. It sucked when everyone would be like, 'When are you having another?' I'd be like, 'Do you know what's happening right now? I'm not having another.'" Addressing the pressure of life after baby and divorce, Hilary continued, "You get engaged: 'When's the wedding?' You get married: 'When's the baby?' You have a baby: 'When's the next one?' I'm cherishing the now." "Besides, watch," she teased, "I'll probably get some evil spawn of Hilary the next time around." She's certainly dipped her toes back into the dating pool though, first romancing fitness guru Jason Walsh then moving on to current boyfriend, singer-songwriter Matthew Koma, but don't consider Hilary a serial monogamist. "I never think being single sucks until I go out in L.A. with my girlfriends and the options are terrible," she shared. "I really attract the old men!" (Eonline)

Chance the Rapper knows there's no place like home. Despite his early career success, the "No Problems" rapper recently told Complex, "Like, I'm honestly, in real life, thinking about moving in with my parents right now." The young emcee continued, "I think, anybody, if they were in my position -- if they were 23 with a kid for the first time and were working -- they would find comfort in being able to stay with their parents." Chance is very open about having been surprised about being a father at this point in his life. "I'm not shy in saying it: I didn't expect to become a father when I was 22," he explained. The rapper and his then-girlfriend Kirsten Corley welcomed their daughter Kinsli into the world in September 2015. But fatherhood hasn't come quite as easy to Chance as rapping. The rapper recalled camping out in a studio with 17 air mattresses with his daughter and his daughter's mother. "Trying to build a home inside of a studio -- it's impossible," he said. (Page Six)

John Legend "So Proud" of Chrissy Teigen For Going Public About Postpartum Depression: "Really Powerful." Chrissy Teigen isn't alone in her battle with postpartum depression. The supermodel's husband John Legend was by her side when she didn't know what was wrong and remained there when she decided to go public with her experience with an essay in the latest issue of Glamour magazine. "I'm so proud of her," Legend said at The Hollywood Reporter's Most Powerful Stylist dinner co-hosted by Jimmy Choo at The Ponte restaurant. "She showed me the drafts when she was writing it and I knew it would mean a lot to a lot of women for them to see that. By acknowledging the pain that she's going through, in doing that she also acknowledges the pain that a lot of women go through after they have a child. A lot of people don't want to talk about it. A lot of people feel alone when they're going through it and for her to let people know that they're not alone, I think was really powerful." In the essay, Teigen, 31, described the excruciating pain -- both physical and emotional -- that struck her soon after giving birth to their daughter Luna. Her general practitioner diagnosed her with postpartum. "John sat next to me. I looked at my doctor, and my eyes welled up because I was so tired of being in pain. Of sleeping on the couch. Of waking up throughout the night. Of throwing up. Of taking things out on the wrong people. Of not enjoying life. Of not seeing my friends. Of not having the energy to take my baby for a stroll," she wrote. "My doctor pulled out a book and started listing symptoms. And I was like, 'Yep, yep, yep.' I got my diagnosis: postpartum depression and anxiety. (The anxiety explains some of my physical symptoms.)" Teigen began taking an anti-depressant and opening up to friends and family. "Like anyone, with PPD or without, I have really good days and bad days. I will say, though, right now, all of the really bad days -- the days that used to be all my days -- are gone," she wrote. Legend, 38, offered advice for other husbands who may also have wives suffering from postpartum depression. "You have to be present. You have to be compassionate. You have to understand what the reasons for them feeling what they're feeling are," he said. "I think once you know the reasons. I think you can be more helpful in identifying what they're going through." (Eonline)

Ben Affleck Reveals He Completed Rehab Stint for Alcohol Addiction. Ben Affleck has taken steps to address his issues with sobriety. The actor released a statement to Facebook on Tuesday, revealing he had recently completed a stint in rehab for alcohol addiction. "I have completed treatment for alcohol addiction; something I've dealt with in the past and will continue to confront," Affleck penned. "I want to live life to the fullest and be the best father I can be. I want my kids to know there is no shame in getting help when you need it, and to be a source of strength for anyone out there who needs help but is afraid to take the first step." Affleck also thanked Jennifer Garner, with whom he shares three children with and separated from in 2015. "I'm lucky to have the love of my family and friends, including my co-parent, Jen, who has supported me and cared for our kids as I've done the work I set out to do. This was the first of many steps being taken towards a positive recovery," his message concluded. The Oscar winner previously checked into the Malibu-based rehabilitation center Promises in 2001 for alcohol-related struggles. In a 2012 interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Affleck shared, "I went to rehab for being 29 and partying too much and not having a lot of boundaries and to clear my head and try to get some idea of who I wanted to be. It was more a 'let me get myself straight,' before it became a rite of passage." Earlier this month, reports surfaced that Garner had backtracked on filing for divorce and the two were taking steps to repair their decade-long marriage. "Nothing has changed," one insider insisted to E! News. "They are not back together. They are co-parenting. The most important thing in all of this are their kids." As a previous source explained, "There have been times when a reconciliation looked very likely. They love each other and that hasn't changed. But, it's unclear what the future holds for them." In late February, Affleck stepped down from directing the upcoming standalone Batman movie. At the time, an insider confirmed to E! News that he would still star in the flick. "There are certain characters who hold a special place in the hearts of millions. Performing this role demands focus, passion and the very best performance I can give. It has become clear that I cannot do both jobs to the level they require," the statement, issued to E! News, read in part. (Eonline)

How Jennifer Garner Has Always Been Ben Affleck's Biggest Support System. For well over a decade, Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck have undoubtedly been each other's' rocks. Through the many ups and downs of their highly publicized relationship, the two actors have spoken candidly about the hurdles they've faced as a couple. Between media scrutiny, past divorces, Hollywood pressure, three children, split announcements, rehab stints and more, Affleck and Garner have done their best to keep a brave face for the public. And, naturally, over the years the two have spoken nothing but highly of one another both as partners (or former partners, as the case may be) and as co-parents. Back in 2016, the Oscar winner told E!'s Catt Sadler that "Jen is a superhero mom." He added, "She is an amazing mother and I'm really lucky to have her as a partner to co-parent these kids with. We try our best." The two parents to Violet, Seraphina and Samuel announced in June 2015 that they made the "difficult decision to divorce" after a decade of marriage. No divorce documents have been filed to this day. Affleck continued to gush about his wife on a recent interview with CBS This Morning saying that Garner is "just a wonderful person" and a "great mother." The 44-year-old continued, "Life doesn't always turn out exactly the way you want. We're doing our very best and we're putting our kids first and that's how we're focusing on our day to day lives. Each step that we take is one where we prioritize our children and everything else comes second. And she's just so good at doing that and has set such a good example and a lead that I follow. She's somebody that I admire and respect and remain excellent friends with." Meanwhile, Garner chose to broke her silence about the split (and the now-infamous nanny incident) in a bombshell interview with Vanity Fair. Garner noted that the nanny "had nothing to do with our decision to divorce" as she had first learned of the situation months after she and Affleck had separated. "The Vanity Fair article was her speaking her mind and being who she is and that's somebody that I know and talk to every day," Affleck further explained in his This Morning chat. "So it was simply, you know, her being who she is, is being extraordinary and being somebody articulate and being somebody who I respect a great deal." Garner's also vehemently defended Affleck in her magazine interview, saying, "I didn't marry the big far movie star; I married him, and I would go back and remake that decision. I ran down the beach to him, and I would again. You can't have these three babies and so much of what we had. He's the love of my life... He's the most brilliant person in any room, the most charismatic, the most generous. He's just a complicated guy." And as for the latest chapter in Affleck's rollercoaster relationship with fame -- this time with him announcing his second stint in rehab -- only time will tell how he inevitably turns to Garner for support. In his statement today, he gave her a special shout-out for being by his side and caring for their children "as I've done the work I set out to do." (Eonline)

Paris Jackson Says She Was Michael Jackson's "Favorite" Child. "All anyone wants to talk about is my father," Paris Jackson says, "and it makes me sad." Paris understands she's not a girl, not yet a woman. She wants to honor her father Michael Jackson's legacy, but at the same time, she wants to establish her own identity in Hollywood. The budding model graces the April 2017 cover of Harper's Bazaar, but given her lineage and thin resume, it's impossible not to talk about her famous family. "Plenty of times I've thought about not doing anything in the public eye and having my own private life. Then I started seeing how everything in the world is going. And I feel like each year it's getting worse," Paris says. "I know there are a lot of people who would feel very blessed to be in my position, so I want to use it for important things. I have a couple of ideas. I have a lot of ideas, but I'm still trying to figure out the right way to do it. I mean, I'm 18. I can't have it all together, but I do have a plan." Paris was born into pop music royalty, but it wasn't necessarily the life Michael wanted for his little girl. "I wasn't around a lot of other girls. When I was a kid, I was with my dad and my two brothers [Prince Jackson, 20, and Blanket Jackson, 15]," Paris says. "Growing up, I was treated as the favorite because I was the only girl. I was the princess; I was perfect in my dad's eyes." Michael was fiercely protective of his children, and for the first 12 years of Paris' life, she was home-schooled -- meaning "the only interactions I'd ever had were with family members or other adults," she says. As a result, Paris "didn't have social skills. I had to force myself to learn so fast. For the past six years, I've been learning how to communicate." Fortunately, she says, "I think I've gotten pretty good at it." To say Paris' life has been hard is an understatement. In the eight years that followed Michael's death, Paris tried to commit suicide several times, and she eventually sought treatment at age 15. A self-proclaimed "weird kid," Paris "always wanted to kind of break off and do my own thing, just 'cause I feel I enjoy independence very much." But independence wasn't necessarily what she expected -- or what she needed. "Once I got introduced into the real world, I was shocked. It blew me away," she says. "Not just because it was sexist, but misogynist and racist and cruel. It was scary as hell. And it still is really scary." And Paris would know: she's been bullied for years. But today, she chooses to ignore her haters. "There are some days when I still don't want to deal with any of it. There are some days where I'm like, 'Nope, I'm not going to go online.' There are days when I'm too sensitive," she says. At the end of the day, Paris says, "Who gives a f--k? You're on their mind -- how is that a bad thing? Doesn't matter if they're saying good or bad things about you. They're thinking about you enough to write about you. You just can't care. I used to [care]. Then it gets to a point where, you know what, it's going to happen. Not everybody is going to be happy with what you do. If you're not happy with what you're doing, that's a problem. If you're happy, who gives a f--k?" The April 2017 issue of Harper's Bazaar is on newsstand March 28. (Eonline)

Prince Predicted His Own Death, Sister Says. Did Prince predict his own death? One of his eight siblings thinks so. The rock and pop icon, whose real name was Prince Rogers Nelson, died at age 57 from an overdose of fentanyl, an opioid painkiller, at his Paisley Park studios in Minnesota in April 2016. "About three years ago he called," his sister Tyka Nelson, 56, says on the upcoming People and ABC special People Icons: Gone Too Soon, of which excerpts were posted Wednesday. "He said, 'I think I've done everything I've come to do.'" "My dad and Prince always spoke in these types of riddles," she said. "He knew [he was going to die soon]. And he was preparing me. It's very clear." Tyka had made similar comments in an interview with ET last October. "He said it a couple of years ago: 'I've done everything that I've come to do,'" she said. "I was crushed for about two years." "I've had two years to deal with it, but there's a lot of people that have only had from April to now, so I guess I would say give it another year and a half and maybe you'll be where I'm at," she added. "I'm sorry that you're hurting." Tyka said on the People Icons special that she last saw Prince at Paisley Park days before he died. "The last day I saw him, we were making jokes," she said. "We hugged three times." Tyka and Prince's five half-siblings are the six heirs to the singer's estate, estimated to be worth between $100 million and $300 million. In January, a judge appointed a bank and trust to deal with the task of distributing the assets, the Minneapolis Star-Tribune reported. A hearing in the case is scheduled for April. (Eonline)

Akon's Tesla went out for a joyride ... with a burglar, but the heist was cut short by technology. Sources close to Akon tell TMZ ... a burglar entered the garage Saturday night at his Woodland Hills, CA home, and bolted with his Model S. It wasn't tough to lift the luxury ride -- we're told the garage door was accidentally left open. The would-be burglar was foiled though when he parked and the ride's security system shut it down. The suspect took off, and the Tesla was located a few hours later thanks to its tracking device. Akon got off better than a string of other celebs hit in a recent burglary spree. Alanis Morissette, Nick Young, Cesar Millan and others have been hit for up to 6 figures. The singer's in Dubai right now, but we're told Akon's family members filed a police report and it's under investigation. (TMZ)

Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds are about to get a belated but pretty awesome public send-off. The public memorial will be held March 25 at Forest Lawn, where the mother/daughter are buried. The ceremony will be held in a 1,200 seat theater at the cemetery. One of the highlights will be the unveiling of a tribute song from James Blunt. James and Carrie were tight ... she was the godmother to his child. Blunt won't be performing, but Fisher's brother, Todd, tells us the track will debut over a photo montage. Also on the program ... the Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles, a dance tribute from the Debbie Reynolds dance school, and tons of costumes and memorabilia will be on display. Fisher's daughter, Billie, will be present but won't make any speeches. She says it's just too emotional to address a crowd. Carrie's beloved dog, Gary, will be front and center. The event will be streamed live on Carrie and Debbie's website. (TMZ)

Viral Cooking Sensation Auntie Fee, Known for Her "Good Ass Chicken," on Life Support Following Heart Attack. Auntie Fee, whose YouTube videos about cooking on a budget garnered a cult-like following, is fighting for her life at 59-years-old. According to TMZ, Auntie Fee (real name Felicia O'Dell) fell ill over the weekend, and after experiencing chest pain Tuesday, suffered a fatal heart attack. The Los Angeles native skyrocketed to internet stardom in 2014, when her expletive-filled instructional video on how to make "sweet treats for the kids" with crescent rolls, butter, sugar-cinnamon, and raisins earned 500,000 page views overnight. Nearly three years later, Auntie Fee's most infamous video has upwards of four and a half million views, followed by her price-conscious segment on how to feed seven people with $3.35. (For the record, this recipe touts instant ramen, leftover taco meat, parsley and cheese as its main ingredients.) Other famous videos, which were all filmed by her son, of Auntie Fee's include her take on "good ass chicken," in which she seasoned frozen chicken wings in her sink, as well as "dumb good mac and cheese." Auntie Fee appeared on numerous talk shows, including Jimmy Kimmel Live! and Steve Harvey. She most recently guest starred on an episode of MTV's World Star TV aired March 10. Earlier, one of Auntie Fee's family members posted to her official Facebook page, "I NEED ALL OF Felicia Auntie Fee O'Dell PRAYER WARRIORS TO SEND A FEW [prayers] UP FOR HER. (She's in the hospital)." Our thoughts are with Auntie Fee's family at this time. UPDATE: According to TMZ, Auntie Fee is currently on life support at a Los Angeles hospital. Although multiple family members confirmed her death to the outlet, TMZ says the viral cooking sensation is "fighting for her life" as of Tuesday evening. (Eonline)

THE OTHER STUFF . . .

Prince Harry, Some Kids and Rare Cattle Work Together to Save a Forest. Prince Harry put his outdoorsman skills on display Wednesday during a trip to Epping Forest. The rugged redheaded royal donned a fleece and boots while meeting with a group of children to view the Wood Pasture Restoration Project, which is part of the Queen's Commonwealth Canopy (QCC) initiative. The QCC is a conservation initiative that aims to create a global network of indigenous forests to benefit communities and wildlife now and into the future. While visiting Epping Forest, Prince Harry met with a group of local kids who were studying pond life and the creatures in the undergrowth. "Everybody takes places like this for granted. You don't see what it [the forest's ecosystem] is doing so you don't think about it," he told the group. "There are a lot of people who want to make money by building buildings [on land like this], but it's going to be up to you guys to protect it, your generation." He also got to meet Lucky, an English longhorn, and her calf, Ragamuffin, while learning about the efforts to preserve the ancient tradition of using grazing cattle to help keep pastures open in Epping Forest. Harry's visit was a full one, as he also stopped to meet with former Para Sam Hobbs, now a forest ranger, who showed the Prince his prosthetic limb, which was fitted after he lost part of his leg following a serious nerve injury while on patrol in the Falklands. Meanwhile, Prince William enjoyed a boys' weekend with his friends in Verbier, Switzerland. Prince Harry's older brother skipped Commonwealth Day in favor of taking a ski trip to the pricey ski resort in the Swiss Alps. William was all smiles as he hit the slopes in a teal-colored winter coat. Prince George's godfather Guy Pelly was also in attendance, as well as close friends Tom van Straubenzee and James Meade. (Eonline)

Angelina Jolie Receives Private Tour of Buckingham Palace With Son Maddox. Angelina Jolie has had one very busy day in London. The Oscar-winning actress gave her very first lecture as a visiting professor at the London School of Economics earlier this morning at the Centre for Women, Peace and Security. Jolie is slated to begin teaching a master's course in the fall. Camilla Yahaya, a student at the prestigious school, opened up to E! News about the A-lister's visit. "It was really amazing to have her on campus. Her arrival had been anticipated but we started to think because of her personal situation she might have backed out of the role. There was a real buzz on campus -- everyone was looking for her. Yahaya added, "one of my friends was in her lecture... she seemed shy yet enthusiastic. She is teaching a really small course. There are about five classes and one lecture in a week." And speaking to the Evening Standard shortly before her class, Jolie admitted that she was a "little nervous, feeling butterflies." "I hope I do well. This is very important to me," she said before walking into her lecture hall. But making a grand appearance on campus wasn't the only thing in Jolie's calendar for today... The actress was treated to a private tour of none other than Buckingham Palace alongside her eldest song Maddox. According to local media reports, no members of the royal family were there during the mother-son tour. Imagine Prince William, Prince Harry, Kate Middleton, even little Prince George and Princess Charlotte meeting Jolie? Now that would have been a meeting fit for royalty. She is an honorary Dame after all... (Eonline)

Hug time! Ashlee Simpson shared an adorable photo of her two kids cuddling in an Instagram post on Tuesday, March 14. The singer is the proud mom of Bronx, 8 and Jagger, 20-months, but despite their age gap the children clearly share a special bond. "Brother sister love," she captioned the shot of them hugging for the camera. Bronx, whose dad is Simpson's ex-husband Pete Wentz, was carrying his little sister for the sweet shot, in which they've got their arms wrapped tightly around one another. The day before sharing the precious photo, Simpson, 32, who is married to Jagger's dad, Evan Ross, shared another heartwarming post of her daughter. The toddler was discovering the joy of snow and giggling when she touched it. "Jagger Snow lovin' the snow!" she captioned the snap of her daughter, making reference to the fact her middle name is Snow. Jagger was seen poking a lump of the cold stuff being held by Simpson, and laughing at how it felt. Simpson married Diana Ross' son at the Motown legend's Greenwich, Conn., estate in 2014. They welcomed their first child together on July 30 2015. (US Weekly)

Hands off! Kaley Cuoco issued a stern warning to her ex-boyfriend and co-star Johnny Galecki, when he got too close to her current squeeze Karl Cook. The Big Bang Theory beauty posted a photo to Instagram of the men cuddling on the set of the show, prompting her to tell Galecki to back off, but it was all in jest, and Cuoco was only playing along with the silly on-set antics. "Ummmmmm then this happened," she captioned the pic shared on Tuesday, March 14, of Galecki and Cook embracing on the sofa and puckering up for a kiss. "@sanctionedjohnnygalecki get off my man @mrtancook!" Cuoco topped it off with a crying with laughter emoji. She also shared a photo of her kissing Cook, 26, on the cheek and giving him a huge hug. "Can you tell I ??when this guy comes to visit me at work?! she wrote. Cuoco, 31, and Galecki, 41, who are a couple on the show, quietly dated for two years before calling off their romance more than five years ago. They've remained firm friends though and even had to shoot down rumors they'd reignited their romance, when Cuoco's marriage to Ryan Sweeting crumbled in 2015. Given their friendship she'll be thrilled Galecki approves of Cook, who she's been dating since March 2016. (US Weekly)

Khloe Kardashian's Relationship With Tristan Thompson Is Unlike Any of Her Past Romances -- And Here's Why It Works. Khloe Kardashian and Tristan Thompson are keeping the spark alive. Tuesday night proved to be another special night for the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star who helped ring in her man's birthday with a romantic Instagram post. At an undisclosed location, the pair quietly celebrated with cake before Khloe delivered her heartfelt message. "To the happiest of birthdays my love! To the first of many more together!" she wrote on Instagram. "May God continue to bless you in all of your days! And may we forever look at one another like this." It's another reminder that this couple remains the real deal more than six months after first sparking romance rumors in Mexico. While Tristan may fit a certain type of man who Khloe likes to date -- athletic, basketball player, unfamiliar with the pop culture world -- the E! reality star has taken steps to make sure this relationship is unlike any other. As seen on Keeping Up With the Kardashians, Khloe didn't tell every family member about her new romance until she knew it was something very special. Instagram pictures featuring Khloe and Tristan together didn't pop up on news feeds for several months. And instead of rushing into things or moving into the same home full-time, this pair decided to take things slow. "They are really cute," Kris Jenner shared with us back in the fall without revealing too much information. "You know, she's having a good time. He seems like a really nice guy." Perhaps another huge bonus for this relationship is the simple fact that it's not based completely out of Los Angeles. Instead of experiencing date nights in a town filled with paparazzi, Khloe enjoys visiting Cleveland where she has developed close friendships with Tristan's buddies. In fact, instead of planning an elaborate birthday party for her man in Los Angeles, the businesswoman decided to celebrate in Cleveland this week. "I'm in [Cleveland] very often," Khloe admitted to Jimmy Kimmel during a late-night appearance. "I actually really like it. I like just having my routine and being a little more under the radar." As engagement rumors begin to pick up steam, many eyes will be on a pair that has more love than what meets the public eye. "I think just with any relationship, just in life, I think it's about chemistry and about values," Kris shared with us. "You know, about how two people get along, so...you know how that goes!" (Eonline)

There were tears backstage at "Sunday in the Park With George" when Mandy Patinkin -- who starred in the original production in 1984 -- met Jake Gyllenhaal who is currently playing the role on Broadway. Said a spy, "After the show, Patinkin encountered Jake .?.?. Patinkin grabbed him into a tight embrace and both actors burst into tears." Patinkin joked, "I managed to keep it together during the whole show, but I knew I wasn't getting out of here without a good cry." (Page Six)

Music

Taylor Swift is done fighting Spotify and other streaming services for royalties, and apparently wants to become the master of her own destiny by starting her own streaming service. Taylor's filed docs giving her the right to brand a website "featuring non-downloadable multi-media content in the nature of audio recordings." Sounds like a streaming service to us. She wants to call the website "Swifties." You'll recall Taylor famously feuded with Spotify over royalties and ended yanking her catalog back in 2014. The move sent Spotify and others into crisis mode, fearing other artists might follow. It looks like Taylor's going beyond a streaming service. According to the docs, she's looking to launch a line of music products, including guitars, guitar picks, guitar straps and drumsticks. Her plans also includes organizing retreats, educational camps and self-guided online courses. We reached out to Taylor's camp, so far no word back. (TMZ)

Tony Kanal Gets Nostalgic in Video Marking 30th Anniversary in No Doubt. Longtime No Doubt bassist Tony Kanal got a bit nostalgic on Tuesday (March 14) in a video commemorating his 30th anniversary in the group. In an Instagram post, Kanal -- currently a member of the supergroup Dreamcar with No Doubt pals Tom Dumont and Adrian Young and AFI singer Davey Havok -- recalled the day when, as a junior at Anaheim High School, his friend Chris Webb invited him to check out his band's first club show. "He wanted me to check it out and see if I wanted to play bass in this band," Kanal recalls of the invitation from the group's original drummer. "So, I went to see No Doubt play on March 14, 1987 at the show at Fender's Ballroom in Long Beach, California." Before they became one of the biggest acts of the '90s, No Doubt were the first of nine bands on the bill that day. "A week later I tried out and I joined the band and that was obviously a completely incredible thing for me and a life changing moment." (Billboard)

Tom Petty, Weezer, Mumford & Sons, Shins to Headline Arroyo Seco Weekend Festival from Coachella Organizers. The team behind Coachella has announced a new two-day festival slated for June 24-25 in Pasadena, California, called Arroyo Seco Weekend that will feature sets from Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers, Alabama Shakes, The Meters, Mumford & Sons, Weezer, The Shins and others. The latest effort from promoter Goldenvoice will take place at the Rose Bowl and is described as "a world class culture event featuring three stages of live music along with curated menus from LA's celebrated restaurants and chefs plus craft beer & wine." Single-day, two-day and VIP passes will go on sale on March 20 at 11 a.m. local time. Among the other bands on the bill are: Broken Social Scene, Andrew Bird, Dawes, Live, Charles Bradley and his Extraordinaire, Fitz & the Tantrums, Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real, Galactic and actor Jeff Goldblum and the Mildred Snitzer Orchestra. Food and drink will be provided by chefs including Bruce Kalman, Dakota Weiss, Ilan Hall, Jason Neroni, Marcel Vigneron and others, with food from Barrel & Ashes, Beer Belly, Broken Spanish, Dog Haus, Fat Dragon, Frankland Crab & Co., Fritzi Coop and many more. (Billboard)

Former Beastie Boys DJ Mix Master Mike Will Spin on Metallica Tour. Former Beastie Boys DJ Mix Master Mike will be hitting the road with Metallica as the tour DJ for their Worldwired Tour. He joins the tour's opening acts, which include Avenged Sevenfold, Volbeat and Gojira. "The party will roll all night long during the North American WorldWired tour as we're psyched to announce that award-winning DJ and producer Mix Master Mike will be spinning some of your favorite (and ours!) hard rock and metal tracks throughout the evening at all of the stadium dates this summer," the band said in a statement. "A pioneer in the hip-hop and DJ communities, you'll be able to catch his skillful, hard-hitting scratch work once the doors open each night and between acts before we hit the stage." The metal icons then ticked off Mike's credentials, including his induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of the B-Boys, his Grammy wins, gigs at the Vancouver Winter Olympics and the Emmy Awards and gig at the 2016 Kennedy Center Honors gala honoring Herbie Hancock. "We are so honored and feel extremely lucky that Mix Master Mike has signed on for this adventure. See you in May!" Mike was kind of psyched about the gig too. "As a longtime fan of Metallica i am truly humbled and honored for this amazing opportunity to support the greatest metal band of our generation," he wrote in a Facebook post. (Billboard)

Coldplay, Sam Smith, Florence Welch Support War Child's 'Enough is Enough' Video on Devastating Syrian War. Coldplay's Chris Martin, Sam Smith and Florence Welch are among the celebrities who've thrown their support behind "Enough is Enough," a video from the War Child UK charity marking the seventh year of the devastating Syrian war. The stark two-minute video tells the story of 17-year-old Syrian girl Fatima as she describes being forced to escape her homeland. The video's release on Tuesday (March 14) coincided with the launch of a new report from War Child: "Six Years on-A War on Syria's Children," which chronicles the more than 400,000 people who've been killed -- including nearly 55,000 children -- since the Syrian war began on March 15, 2011. According to War Child: "Fatima and her family were forced to flee their home when conflict broke out in Syria, and she now lives as a refugee in Jordan. Fatima describes the trauma that her family has been forced to endure, losing their homes, livelihoods, and Fatima's brother, who was killed in the conflict." Among the movie and music stars reading Fatima's story in the clip are actor Jude Law, War Child Global Ambassador actress Carey Mulligan, Mumford and Sons' Marcus Mumford, Smith, Nicole Scherzinger, James Bay and comedian Michael McIntyre. (Billboard)

Willie Nelson Returns to Stage for Ray Benson's Star-Powered Birthday Performance at SXSW. Ray Benson has just one wish for his birthday each year; "I'd like to play music with my friends." And that's just what the Asleep At The Wheel founder and Texas music icon did on Tuesday night, celebrating his 66th birthday two days early in what's become a South By Southwest tradition to raise money for Health Alliance for Austin Musicians (HAAM). Benson and his friends -- an august troupe that included Willie Nelson, the Avett Brothers, Charlie Sexton and Shannon McNally, Carolyn Wonderland, Marcia Ball and more -- delivered with a 31-song marathon show behind the GSD&M headquarters in downtown Austin, tearing through the great America country and western songbook with righteous, if occasionally ragged, exuberance. And rest assured the mistakes hardly mattered. "This ain't a show, it's a party," Benson -- who received a birthday cake shaped like an armadillo brandishing a lariat during the encore -- said at one point. The annual celebrations have been good for HAAM which, organizers announced before the show, has contributed $4.9 million towards health care for more than 4,400 musicians since 2005. Tuesday's goal was another $66,000 through donations and a silent auction. The show, meanwhile, was packed with one highlight after another. Asleep At The Wheel started off with Texas swing favorites such as "Cherokee Maiden," "Miles and Miles of Texas" and a birthday-appropriate "Route 66." The parade of guests began with Brennan Leigh, who nailed her own "Analog Anthem" and Lefty Frizzell's "I Love You a Thousand Ways," while Randy Rogers delivered Merle Haggard's "Misery and Gin," "Workin' Man Blues" and a gorgeous rendition of Guy Clark's" Dublin Blues." Sexton and McNally scored with Waylon Jennings' "Pretend I Never Happened," and Wonderland, Ball and Shelley King teamed with Asleep At The Wheel for a searing take on Blind Willie Johnson's "It's Nobody's Fault But Mine" and a honky tonk treatment of Ike & Tina Turner's "A Fool In Love." Sunny Sweeney helped wrap the first set with a playful romp through Johnny Cash's "Folsom Prison Blues," with Sexton back to add harmonica. The Avetts reprised their appearance at Benson's party last year by adding instrumental and vocal luster with "The Girl I Left Behind," "The Prettiest Thing," Bob Wills' "Take Me Back To Tulsa" and Haggard's "Mama Tried," then swung into Nelson's "Stay A Little Longer," which brought Benson's fellow Lone Star hero on stage at the end. Nelson, who had to postpone some shows earlier this year due to health reasons but has been back on tour since early March, informed the crowd, in song, that he's "still not dead again today" with strong vocals and nimble playing on Trigger, his well-worn acoustic guitar, and clearly enjoyed having the full forces of Asleep At The Wheel and the Avetts behind him. His favorites flowed one into the other, "Whiskey River" into "Still Is Still Moving To Me" and so on, with particularly powerful performances of "Nightlife," "Always On My Mind" and "Pancho and Lefty." An extended "On The Road Again" took the night home in style, and while it can be argued that Nelson's appearance stole the spotlight from the birthday boy, it was clear Benson could care less. "This is a present for me. It really is," he announced. And Tuesday's audience certainly felt the same way. (Billboard)

Movies

Disney-Pixar's Coco Takes Miguel on a Journey Through the Land of the Dead. "Never underestimate the power of music." In Disney-Pixar's Coco, aspiring musician Miguel (Anthony Gonzalez) teams up with charming trickster Hector (Gael García Bernal) on an life-changing journey through the Land of the Dead. The first trailer was released Wednesday. Despite his family's generations-old ban on music, Miguel dreams of becoming a professional musician -- just like his late idol, Ernesto de la Cruz (Benjamin Bratt). Over the years, Miguel has worn out VHS tapes of Ernesto, whose spirit lives on through his music. "I have to sing. I have to play. The music is...it's not just in me! It is me. When life gets me down, I play my guitar. The rest of the world may follow the rules, but I must follow my heart," Ernesto said in one of the vintage clips. "You know that feeling, like there's a song in the air and it's playing just for you?" Bursting into song, Ernesto continued, "A feeling so close you will reach out and touch it / I never knew I could want something so much / But it's true." It's as if Ernesto were speaking to Miguel directly. "Never underestimate the power of music. No one was going to hand me my future," he said. "It was up to me to reach for my dream, grab it tight, and make it come true." Determined to prove his talent, Miguel unexpectedly finds himself in the Land of the Dead. With Hector by his side, Miguel sets off to uncover the real story behind Miguel's family history. Coco is directed by Lee Unkrich, co-directed by Adrian Molina and produced by Darla K. Anderson. Other actors in the movie include Renee Victor (Abuelita) and Ana Ofelia (Murguia). Disney-Pixar's Coco opens in U.S. theaters on Nov. 22. (Eonline)

The First Official Love Actually Reunion Trailer Is Here and So Are Andrew Lincoln's Beloved Cue Cards. What's not to love about this upcoming movie reunion? As anticipation grows for the Love Actually cast reunion later this month, a new sneak peek has been released featuring one unforgettable scene. In video released by BBC, Andrew Lincoln is back in the role of Mark. And while recreating his unforgettable cue cards from Love Actually, a special message is shared in honor of Red Nose Day. "Hello, I just wanted to ask without hope or agenda (and just because it's nearly Red Nose Day) that you'll join us for a very special reunion called red nose day actually on Friday 24th March BBC One... Actually," his cards read. For those unaware about the big reunion, British broadcaster Emma Freud announced in February that Love Actually director Richard Curtis would be reuniting the film's cast. Rowan Atkinson, Marcus Brigstocke, Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Colin Firth, Hugh Grant, Keira Knightley, Martine McCutcheon, Lúcia Moniz, Liam Neeson, Bill Nighy and Olivia Olson will also reprise their roles from the 2003 movie for the charity telethon, which raises money and awareness to help children living in poverty around the world. One familiar face who will not be part of the celebration is Emma Thompson. During a recent interview with the Press Association, the actress explained the reasoning behind it. "Richard wrote to me and said, 'Darling, we can't write anything for you because of Alan Rickman', and I said, 'No, of course, it would be sad, too sad,'" she explained. "It's too soon. It's absolutely right because it's supposed to be for Comic Relief but there isn't much comic relief in the loss of our dear friend, really, just over a year ago." She added, "We thought and thought [about it] but it just seemed wrong. It was absolutely the right decision." The special will premiere on BBC 1 in the U.K. on March 24 and before it re-airs on NBC in the U.S. on May 25. (Eonline)

'The Matrix': Why Now Is the Right (And Wrong) Time for a Reboot. Can Warner Bros' new version recapture the feeling of being just slightly ahead of the curve? In many ways, the news that The Matrix is going to be rebooted for a new series of movies feels, if not overdue, then at least particularly timely. In the 18 years since the release of the Wachowskis' original, fashion may have moved on -- no-one really wants to dress like Neo today, thankfully -- but, in many other ways, the real world today looks more like The Matrix than ever. It goes far beyond the fact that Morpheus' "red pill" speech has become adopted by popular culture (and, indeed, high jacked by the alt right), or suggestions that the Academy Awards "prove" that we're living in a virtual simulation of reality, instead of the real thing. (Although the fact that both of those things can happen at all only goes to demonstrate the way in which Matrix-thinking has infiltrated the mainstream.) In the almost two decades since the first movie in the series was released, the basic concepts of The Matrix franchise have only seemed to feel more and more appropriate for the times: A rebellion against authority from a group of underestimated figures who see reality for what it really is? That's not just an old favorite when it comes to fiction, it's the narrative that drove the electoral campaign of the current President of the United States (as far as his supporters see it, at least). Ecological disaster brought on by humanity not really thinking through what it's doing? Yeah, there's no reason we should be thinking about that these days. And the "man versus machine" idea that's at the root of the entire story is, sadly, something that will never fade from people's attention. We are, in other words, living in The Matrix right now. (But not, you know, literally. Sorry, paranoia fans.) That does present a problem for the new Matrix, of course: How will any reboot manage to capture the same feeling of being just slightly ahead of the curve that the original had? One of the appeals of The Matrix to begin with was the way in which it appropriated counter- and alternative culture iconography and thinking, making it seem excitingly novel to a mainstream audience who were unfamiliar with such things. By now, however, the mainstream has caught up to -- and, in many ways, surpassed -- The Matrix, making any straight-up remake risk feeling uninventive, or even boring, by comparison. Change too much, however, and there's the risk of alienating the in-built fanbase for the property. This, then, is the (virtual) reality of The Matrix reboot: it will come into a world that is more than ready for it to exist, and is primed for its arrival even more than the original, and yet it will have to evolve in ways that is both unexpected and, contrarily, familiar enough to be respectful of what came before, in order to live up to the legacy of the first trilogy. Here's hoping that the next Neo is up to the task. (Hollywood Reporter)

First Film From Dogwoof's TDog Production Fund Bowing at Tribeca Film Festival. 'The Family I Had' was picked up by the doc distributors and sales company at the festival's speed-dating sessions last year. The first project from documentary distributor Dogwoof's production fund TDog, which was launched at the Tribeca Film Festival last year, is set to bow at the festival next month. The Family I Had, co-directed by Katie Green and Carlye Rubin, was selected by Dogwoof from Tribeca's speed-dating meetings in 2016 and will have its world premiere in New York on April 21, with Dogwoof representing world sales. The film tells the story of a 13-year-old boy who murders his four-year-old sister. The seemingly isolated event quickly reveals a portrait of a family and its unique history. The film is executive produced by Julie Goldman of Motto Pictures. "As soon as Carlye and Katie showed me some footage, I knew Dogwoof had to be involved," said Dogwoof CEO Anna Godas. "This is a much bigger story than a crime story, with multi-layered characters which no fiction could've written better." Added Rubin: "Beyond the headlines of any newsworthy case, there is always a family. This is what drew us down the rabbit hole with this story. Anna Godas was the first meeting we had at TFI Network; she immediately understood that we weren't looking at this as a true crime expose, but as a nuanced portrait of a broken family." Managed by Godas, the TDog fund is set to back feature documentaries and doc series at any stage of development. (Hollywood Reporter)

TV

Grey's Anatomy's Big "Japril" Episode Just Might Be an Avery Family Reunion in Disguise. For as long as he's been in our lives on Grey's Anatomy, Jackson Avery's father has never been in the picture. We've gotten more than our fill of his mother, the domineering and ultra-successful Catherine Avery (Debbie Allen) -- especially with the mess she's created at Grey Sloan Memorial this year with the whole Minnick debacle -- but we've never met the man who ran off when Jackson (Jesse Williams) was young, leaving him to be raised by a single mother. But it looks like that all might be changing -- and soon. In the sneak peek of Thursday's new episode, exclusive to E! News, Jackson and April (Sarah Drew) have traveled to Montana to treat a young patient, but when his ex-wife catches wise to what really may have brought them out to Big Sky Country, she's none too pleased. "When are you gonna tell me that you found your father?" she unloads on her former spouse. "Your father, Jackson. Your long-lost deadbeat dad. The distinguished hippie former surgeon Dr. Avery who slings hash at the local diner. He's the whole reason we're here!" "No, I came here to help a patient," Jackson replies, rather unconvincingly. Come on, Jackson! You're going to have to lie a little better than that. The special episode, in which Williams and Drew are the only two series regulars to appear, is a sequel of sorts to the special season 12 episode that chronicled the pair's complete relationship history as they sign divorce papers amid April's secret second pregnancy. Could what fans are affectionately referring to as "Japril: The Sequel" be the episode to bring these until as-of-late (thanks to Grey Sloan Memorial's ridiculous civil war) happy co-parents back together for good? While the pair aren't spilling that precious detail under fear of retribution from their boss Shonda Rhimes, they did open up to E! News' Kristin Dos Santos about the episode. "The relationship -- Will they? Won't they? Are they going to stay together? They're co-parenting, being divorced, but living together. They can kind of escape through their work, but on this trip and in this episode, they're together," Williams teased during the recent TCA Winter Press Tour . "They have to face each other." Are the actors themselves rooting for a reconciliation between their characters? "Yes, always. I'm just always rooting for them to get back together because they're great and I can't understand," Drew admitted. "There was stuff that made sense for them to be apart, but now it feels like that's in the past... Japril forever!" Are you still holding out hope for Japril to get their act together and reconcile? Grey's Anatomy airs Thursdays at 8 p.m. on ABC. (Eonline)

Below Deck Mediterranean Sets Sail for Season 2 With Love Triangles, Drama and Blood (?!) Galore. Below Deck Mediterranean is setting sail once again, this time with a new captain -- the franchise's first female captain, Sandy Yawn -- and a new location: Croatia. Returning for season two are Hannah Ferrier, Chief Stew, and Bobby Giancola, Deckhand. New faces bringing the drama include Chef Adam Glick, Christine "Bugsy" Drake, the Second Stew, Lauren Cohen, Third Stew, Bosun Wesley Walton, Deckhand Malia White, and Max Hagley, another Deckhand. As the mega yacht Sirocco sets sails you can be there will be fights, romance and cabin fever. Did we mention the most love triangles in Below Deck history will be seen this year? Some choice quotes about that: "Is this like a threesome?" and "If I want to go around and f -- k everybody on this boat, that's my prerogative." Can the crew put everything aside to deliver their clients the best service or will the various levels of experience lead the crew to disaster? Tensions are sure to boil, as you can see in the trailer. Captain Sandy Yawn has more than 27 years of yachting experience and chartered yachts from the Mediterranean to the Persian Gulf. She's overcome plenty and faced off against everything from pirates (yes, pirates) to major fires. She's even beat cancer and survived a life-threatening motorcycle accident. Translation? Don't mess with Captain Sandy. Something tells us some of the yachties this year will learn that the hard way... Below Deck Mediterranean premieres Tuesday, May 2 at 9 p.m. on Bravo. (Eonline)

A&E's Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath Gets Season 2 Order. Leah Remini's docu-series, Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath, has been renewed for a second season by A&E. The new season will feature 10 new hour-long episodes that will further explore accounts of former members whose lives have been affected by the Church of Scientology. "It became clear to us that although we were telling painful stories of former members of the Church of Scientology, this show was resonating strongly with people everywhere. The show is really about standing up for what is right and not letting bullies have their way. I feel it is important for people to know that you can take action to bring about change, both for yourself and for others," said Remini in a press release. "Our intention is to send a clear message to abusers that they will not go unchecked and will not be permitted to continue harming people without being questioned and challenged. We have been deluged with messages from those who have stories to tell who feel the show is a forum where their voices can be heard. We have been overwhelmed with support from well-wishers and fans of the show from around the world. But most importantly we felt compelled to proceed with another season to continue to reveal truths and seek justice for all victims." The Church of Scientology spoke out against the series from the beginning, calling it a "scripted, rehearsed, acted and dramatized work of fiction." After the first season finished airing, Remini told 20/20 she hoped the IRS would strip away the organization's tax-exempt status. "By the IRS saying this is a religious organization, they are hiding behind now freedom of religion and they should take a look," she explained on the news magazine. "I'm hoping there's someone with some balls who will do something about it." (Eonline)

Mandy Moore Has a Message for Fans After This Is Us Season Finale "Doozy." If you're reading this through bleary eyes, then chances are you just watched the This Is Us season one finale. It'll be OK. Remember to breathe. You survived "Moonshadow" and Mandy Moore has a message for you. Mama Pearson to the rescue! "I hope everybody enjoyed the finale, it was a bit of a doozy," Moore told E! News while promoting Tangled: The Series with costar Zachary Levi by her side. The adventures of the Pearson clan will continue for at least two (yes, two) more seasons -- NBC has ordered 18 episodes for each season. "I'm just as curious as all of you are to see where we pick up in the beginning of season two," Moore said. Expect more time jumps, it is creator Dan Fogelman after all. Fogelman posted the text exchange he had Papa Jack Pearson himself, Milo Ventimiglia, after the actor read the episode. And yes, he knows he spelled Ventimiglia's name wrong, Fogelman. "Ha! Didn't see that. Put into my phone early on. Hey I got "Milo" right," he tweeted. And yes, we know, This Is Us didn't reveal how Jack died. You knew that wasn't going to happen now. "The one thing you do know is Jack is dead and everybody's fascinated with knowing how, when and why," Ventimiglia said on Jimmy Kimmel Live. "The thing that I keep... talking about to people is, worry about how he's living. Why he's living. Those are the moments. Don't focus on death, you want to focus on his life." This Is Us airs on NBC. (Eonline)

Perhaps Oliver Stone's "Snowden" was a little ahead of its time. While Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway drew scorn for claiming microwaves can be used to spy on people, Stone's 2016 film included a tip about surveillance and the cooking appliance. In a scene starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt as NSA leaker Edward Snowden, he meets with Zachary Quinto (who portrays journalist Glenn Greenwald) and Melissa Leo (filmmaker Laura Poitras) -- and, as a precaution, Gordon-Levitt confiscates their cellphones and stashes them in a microwave, explaining it "actually blocks [ultra-high] frequencies." (Page Six)

ABC News Headed to Trial With Billions of Dollars on the Line. A South Dakota judge decides that a meat producer could show reckless disregard for the truth in a report about "pink slime." Disney's ABC News unit is facing the possibility of a hugely consequential jury trial in South Dakota after a judge there moved along a lawsuit alleging that the network defamed Beef Products Inc. in its coverage of a meat product called lean, finely textured beef, which critics have dubbed "pink slime." BPI claims $1.9 billion in damage with the possibility the amount could be tripled if the plaintiff can prove ABC News knowingly lied about the safety of a food product. The plaintiff has previously scored wins in keeping the case in a state court and then prevailing against First Amendment arguments on a motion to dismiss. Now, according to The Wall Street Journal, BPI has moved even closer to trial upon Judge Cheryle Gering's conclusion that a jury "could determine that there is clear and convincing evidence that ABC Broadcasting and [reporter Jim] Avila were reckless," a necessary threshold given the public status of the plaintiff. The judge will allow BPI to try its theory that ABC pursued "a negative spin" before conducting research and purposely avoided the truth. The judge did allow Diane Sawyer to escape the litigation as a defendant, something that ABC News points out in a statement to The Hollywood Reporter confirming the development. "We are pleased that the Court dismissed all claims against Diane Sawyer," said ABC. "The Court has not ruled on the merits of the case against the other defendants, and we welcome the opportunity to defend the ABC News reports at trial and are confident that we will ultimately prevail." After ABC broadcast its pink slime report in 2012, highlighting how much of the ground beef in supermarkets, many restaurants and school lunches included use of fillers and trimmings, plus ammonia to kill bacteria, there was tremendous consumer backlash. The plant said it closed three plants, laid off hundreds and lost some of its customers. If the case does get to trial -- with the network now having to decide whether to risk a billion-dollar verdict regardless of its confidence on the merits -- ABC News may defend the substantial truth of its report or attempt to convince jurors that it hadn't published the report with actual malice. We'll make the judge's opinion available soon. (Hollywood Reporter)

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