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Tuesday, June 6, 2017


Arrow's Katie Cassidy Is Engaged to Matthew Rodgers. Katie Cassidy has been struck by cupid's arrow. The 30-year-old Arrow actress announced her engagement to Matthew Rodgers via Instagram Monday, where Cassidy flashed her diamond ring as she gave her fiance a big kiss. The couple has been vacationing at The Oberoi Mauritius, a five-star hotel on an island in the Indian Ocean. "I can't wait to spend forever with you my darling!! I'm the luckiest girl in the whole world," the beaming bride-to-be gushed on Instagram. "I [love] YOU to the moon and back @mattyice432." "Thank you for a magical evening I will forever remember," she added. Cassidy and Rodgers took a private plane to the East African island six days ago, just after she appeared at Heroes & Villains Fan Fest Heroes and Villains Fan Fest in London with her Arrow co-stars Stephen Amell, John Barrowman, Emily Bett Rickards, Colin Donnell and Josh Segarra. Since then, she has shared several photos from her beach vacation with her 2 million followers. The actress has yet to share any details regarding Rodgers' proposal. This will be the first marriage for Cassidy, whose exes include Jerry Ferrara, Jason Garrison and Jesse McCartney. (Eonline)

Halle Berry is not pregnant, says rep. Halle Berry ignited a firestorm of pregnancy chatter when she showed off what appeared to be a baby bump this weekend -- but looks may be deceiving. Berry, 50, attended the Chrysalis Butterfly Ball in Los Angeles on Sunday clad in a silver sequined fitted dress that clung to her midsection. She cradled her abdomen and smiled as she posed on the purple carpet. However, despite other reports claiming the actress is expecting, Berry's rep told Page Six Monday, "It is completely untrue. She is not pregnant." The Oscar winner finalized her divorce from Olivier Martinez in December 2016. Berry has a 3-year-old son, Maceo, with Martinez. She shares daughter Nahla, 9, with ex-boyfriend Gabriel Aubry. (PageSix)

Ashley Graham Shares Her Sexual Harassment Story With Glamour. Ashley Graham is shining a light on the dark side of the modeling industry. The 29-year-old supermodel and America's Next Top Model judge graces the July cover of Glamour magazine (on newsstands June 13). In the cover story by her friend and fellow plus-size model Lauren Chan, Graham shares her story of sexual harassment for the very first time. "There was an incident on set of a campaign job when I was 17 years old -- I haven't told this story -- and there was a photo assistant who was into me. He was like, 'Hey, come here,' and he led me into a closet. And I was like, 'What?' I thought he was going to show me something. And he pulled me in, and he pulled his penis out. And he was like, 'Grab it.' And I was like, 'No! That's disgusting.' I freaked out. And thank God I was closer to the door, and I just bolted out," recalls Graham, who has "seen him" at other modeling jobs since the incident. "I even knew a girl he dated. I didn't tell her because there was a voice in me that said, 'Maybe he's changed.'" "Ever since that incident, that I wasn't going to allow someone at work to manipulate what I wanted to do on set," she says. "Any image that you see out there is one that I wanted to take." Nude shoots don't bother Graham, for example, but she does have her limits. "My thing is: If it's vulgar, and it's, like, me grabbing my breasts and showing nipple, I'm not going to do it," she says. "When I said, 'I don't do nip and bush,' I didn't feel like I had to be specific as to what kind. So, you might even see more nipple coming up. But trust me: You will never see my vagina!" It all comes down to comfort, Graham explains. "There are reasons to set boundaries for yourself," she tells the magazine, "but there are also reasons to keep doors open." If anyone has a problem with that, so be it. "Being a girl who waited until she was married to have sex with her husband but who is also a Sports Illustrated model is confusing for people," she says. "But I set standards for myself. I want my message to women to be, 'Do what is right for you.'" Graham is confident, but even she has self-doubts. "Some days I feel like I have superpowers, but some days I feel like I'm the fattest girl in the world," she says. "And I talk about my back fat and my cellulite because it's important to have women in the media addressing the things that society has called flaws." What she's learned is that she can't please everyone. "People on social media actually get pissed when I have my body covered. They're like, 'Why would you cover your beautiful curves?'" she says. "And it's like, 'Maybe I felt like wearing a sack today!'" For the full interview with Graham, buy Glamour's July issue, on newsstands June 13. (Eonline)

After Olivia Wilde apologized to four fans who recently fainted during her intense new show "1984," she was the one who did not make it unscathed through a recent performance. "Busted my lip open on stage last night. Broke Tom's nose a few nights before. This play is NUTS," Wilde tweeted on Friday. Explained a production source, "This week saw Olivia Wilde split her lip onstage, and she broke [co-star] Tom Sturridge's nose. And the play is still in previews" The source added of the Orwellian show, "Producers are mulling the idea of having a nurse on duty in the lobby at every performance." (Page Six)

Bill Cosby arrived at the suburban Philadelphia courthouse Monday morning for the start of his sex-assault trial as the attorney representing many of the victims in the case called the day "historic." Cosby, who used his cane to walk, was flanked by his publicist Andrew Wyatt, as well as Keshia Knight Pulliam, who played his youngest daughter Rudy Huxtable on "The Cosby Show." His wife, Camille, who has stood by the comedian in the wake of the dozens of sexual-assault allegations against him, was not with him. Cosby smiled but said nothing when someone asked how he was feeling. Attorney Gloria Allred, sporting a red pantsuit and accompanied by her own camera crew, made the comment Monday morning ahead of opening arguments in the much-anticipated trial at the Montgomery County Courthouse in Norristown, Pennsylvania. Cosby is accused of drugging and molesting Andrea Constand, 44, a former Temple University basketball manager, in 2004 at his home near Philadelphia. He has said the sex was consensual. Constand is expected to take the stand this week and tell her story in public for the first time. Members of the public were lined up as early as 7 a.m. to get their seats in the courtroom. Cosby, 79, drove over to the courtroom from his Cheltenham home. The panel of 12 jurors will be sequestered for the roughly two-week trial. They were selected from nearly 300 miles away in Allegheny County. On the second day of jury selection, defense lawyers complained about the lack of racial diversity among the jury pool during secret proceedings in judge's chambers. Two of the 12 jurors are black. The rest are white. (Page Six)


Joan Rivers' Legacy Lives on While Starring in Posthumous PETA Campaign. Joan Rivers is gone, though never forgotten. The red carpet icon, comedienne and member of the E! family stars in PETA's latest ad campaign advocating for animal adoption, a cause near and dear to the late star's heart. Joan's daughter Melissa Rivers supplied the photo of Joan and a precious pooch to the world-famous animal rights organization, which shared exclusively with E! News. "A study says owning a dog makes you 10 years younger," Joan's signature quip reads. "My first thought was to adopt two more, but I don't want to go through menopause again." Rivers long credited her dog Spike for helping her through her husband's suicide in 1987. She told People in 2010, "I love rescues and runts. It's always the one that gets pushed aside that needs the love and will love you back that much more." Over the years, Joan lobbied alongside PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) to increase licensing fees for unneutered animals and protect dogs from being chained outside for long periods of the day. She also supported PETA's vegan Passover-related cause in 2014. She treated her own furry friends like her children, once explaining, "I fly through the night so I can be there for them in the morning. My dogs must sleep with me or I'll get hurt. The best part about dogs at this age is you can blame your farts on them. So if it's a noisy fart you can go 'Oh Max! Naughty boy.'" Joan tragically passed away at the age of 81 in 2014 after undergoing a throat procedure at a New York City clinic. In 2016, Melissa reached a settlement with the endoscopy clinic over a malpractice lawsuit she filed one year prior. For more information, please visit (Eonline)

Katie Holmes enrolls at Harvard Business School. Katie Holmes is hitting the books. The actress and mother of one has enrolled in Harvard's Business of Entertainment, Media and Sports program, according to a recent Instagram post. Holmes, 38, is attending classes under her company's name, Noelle Productions Inc., which is taken from her middle name. The course, according to the school's website, promises to teach students how to launch and manage creative products and portfolios, manage talent and develop other important strategies. It's led by faculty chair Anita Elberse. "I'm so thankful and excited to be @HarvardHBS with so many brilliant people. @Anitaelberse #HarvardBusinessSchool," Holmes captioned a snap of her lecture hall seating assignment. This year's class also includes C.J. McCollum, Rashean Mathis, Jamie Heaslip and Gerard Pique, who is married to pop star Shakira. Other famous Harvard Business School students include LL Cool J, Chris Paul, Channing Tatum, Tyra Banks and Swizz Beatz among others. (PageSix)

Piers Morgan Apologizes to Ariana Grande and Praises Manchester Benefit Concert. As Ariana Grande and fellow artists took the stage at the One Love Manchester concert Sunday, Piers Morgan offered a public apology to the singer. The outspoken and acerbic British journalist and TV personality had criticized her for leaving the U.K. immediately after a suicide bomber killed 22 people and injured dozens more at her Manchester Arena show, instead of staying and visiting the wounded survivors. Grande had returned to the U.S. to be with her family and flew back to England last week, where she did visit injured fans at the hospital ahead of the One Lone Manchester concert, which she co-organized. "I misjudged you, @ArianaGrande & I apologize," he wrote on Twitter, alongside a screenshot of Grande embracing a child singer onstage after performing with her choir. "You're an admirable young woman & this is a magnificent night. Respect. #OneLoveManchester." Many people praised Morgan for apologizing and some expressed shock over it. "I thought Ariana Grande was wrong to fly off after #ManchesterAttack," Morgan tweeted. "But tonight she's putting on a fabulous show. #OneLoveManchester." Grande was joined onstage at the One Manchester Concert by the likes of Miley Cyrus, Coldplay, Justin Bieber, Katy Perry and the Black Eyed Peas, with whom she sang their breakout hit "Where Is the Love?" (Eonline)

Scott Disick spent time with his kids after cozying up to multiple women during his headline-making trip to Cannes and Europe. The 34-year-old reality star was spotted with his two oldest children with Kourtney Kardashian -- Mason, 7, and Penelope, 4 -- at King's Fish House in Calabasas on Saturday. "He spent an hour with his older kids at lunch. He seemed okay. He was just focused on his kids. They seemed happy to see him," a source tells PEOPLE. The insider adds that Kardashian, 38, wants her ex to get help. "The kids hadn't seen him for weeks and really missed him," the source says. "Kourtney is hoping spending time with the kids with help motivate him to stay sober. She has been down this road before. That Scott takes off for weeks is not anything new to her. She has struggled with feeling angry with him, but also trying to do what's best for the kids. She wants him to have the best relationship with the kids. Of course there are rules. Scott can't show up drunk to see the kids." A source previously told PEOPLE that the Keeping up with the Kardashians star's "wild behavior" could "cost him his family" -- including his three children, Mason, Penelope and Reign, 2. Another Disick insider recently told PEOPLE that the Kardashian clan is "worried" about the star. "He's been scarily f ---up," the insider said. "He needs to figure out what his next steps in life are. He's just lost." However, the insider added that the Kardashian family just wants Disick "to get better" and that "none of the Kardashians look at him with hate" or would keep him from his kids. While Kardashian -- who split with Disick in 2015 -- was also out and about in the French Riviera spending time with model Younes Bendjima, Disick was spotted cuddling with 19-year-old actress Bella Thorne. "Kourtney thinks that the idea of Scott and Bella dating is embarrassing, particularly because she's so young," a source previously told PEOPLE. "She also thinks Bella is a little trashy so the idea of the two of them dating definitely bothers her a bit." Disick was spotted with two other young women over the next two days- stylist Chloe Bartoli and blogger Maggie Petrova. He also kissed a mystery brunette a few days later and was seen romping around with 18-year-old model Sofia Richie over the weekend. The reality star also enjoyed the company of another woman in Monaco. Disick and the mysterious blonde beauty got close on the deck of a yacht. Disick returned to Los Angeles on Friday. A source told PEOPLE that it's a good sign. "He could have stayed in Europe if he wanted to," the source said. "He has been partying for weeks, and it has been catching up to him. He is not 20 anymore and has complained that he is not feeling great. Usually L.A. is the place he returns to when he is ready to shape up." (People)

Things you need to know about Scooter Braun. Ariana Grande's manager made a moving speech Sunday night... In the aftermath of the Manchester terror attack, Ariana Grande put on an incredible show to pay tribute to those who lost their lives. One Love Manchester featured performances from Justin Bieber, Coldplay, Miley Cyrus and Katy Perry, to name just a few. The event was streamed worldwide and watched by millions, raising over £2 million for the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund. During the show, Ariana's manager Scooter Braun took to the stage to introduce her first performance. He also revealed that the singer was the brains behind the whole event, and she'd said to him last week: "Scooter, if we do nothing, I can't live with that. We must do something." Scooter has been on our radar for a long time, but how much do you actually know about the 35-year-old music mogul? Scroll down to find out... Scooter isn't his real name He's officially Scott Braun, but at a first-grade birthday party he was given the name Scooter by an entertainer and it stuck. "I hated it," he said. "Then my brother found out that I hated it and kept calling me it." He says only his parents still call him Scott. He discovered Justin Bieber In 2008, Scooter came across a cover video Justin uploaded on YouTube and got in touch with his mum, Pattie Mallette. He later became JB's manager, introduced him to Usher and the rest is history. He co-manages Kanye West Despite knowing the rapper for ten years, Scooter only became his co-manager in March 2016 due to fears of ruining their friendship. Scooter now shares management duties with Kanye's longtime rep Izzy Zivkovic. "A lot of people have an assumption that he might be selfish or arrogant," Scooter said of Kanye. "The guy who I've gotten to know - who I'm learning to translate to others - is someone who literally got himself in financial trouble because he would give the shirt off his back to help someone. He is the definition of a true artist but at his core he's one of the best people I've ever met." He signed Cruz Beckham as an artist Not one to let a young talent pass him by, Scooter signed the 12-year-old son of David and Victoria Beckham last year. Cruz went on to release a charity single 'If Everyday Was Christmas' in December, which entered the UK chart at number seven. Scooter also has several other big stars on his books. These include Usher, The Black Eyed Peas, DJ Martin Garrix, Tori Kelly, Carly Rae Jepsen, The Wanted, Cody Simpson and PSY. He's a TV and film producer Back in the day, Scooter co-produced Justin Bieber's two documentaries Never Say Never and Believe. He also went on to produce the movie adaptation of Jem in 2015. Originally an 80s cartoon, it tells the story of a music executive (Nashville's Aubrey Peeples) who secretly moonlights as a pop star with the help of a super-computer named Synergy. Most recently, Hidden Figures screenwriter Allison Schroeder announced she is collaborating with Scooter on her next project. The brand new music-themed drama show, Inspiration, is still in the early stages of development but will later air on E!. He sets aside an hour of 'thinking time' every day. Speaking to Lewis Howes about his lessons for success, Scooter said he spends an hour doing nothing every day, no matter what. "My assistant schedules one hour of 'nothing' each day -- free time to think. That's when the greatest innovations happen," he said. "If someone calls, I'm in the most important meeting of the day. Sometimes it bothers my staff. They might really need me and I'll say, 'Not right now', but be on Instagram, Facebook or watching TV. But something always comes to me in that hour." He comes from a multicultural background. Scooter was born in New York to Jewish parents. His dad is the son of Holocaust survivors who spent time in concentration camps, his brother is the founder of nonprofit organization Pencils of Promise and his sister attends medical school in Israel. He also has two brothers adopted from Africa. When he was 22, Scooter had 'family' tattooed on his wrist so he would never lose sight of his "true goal". He says that growing up he never spoke to his parents about money, but his dad told him: "If anyone asks if you're rich, say yes -- you're rich with love and have everything you'll ever need." He admits that aged 20 he wanted to be a billionaire. "At 22, I realized that even making $10,000 was really hard," he said. "A guy I admired gave me the 'number' I needed to emulate his success; it wasn't even close to a billion. At 27, I passed that number but felt depressed and empty. My dad said, 'Think about all the times you were happy. Implement more of that into your life. The wealth is part of your job. The happiness is the time you take because the job has given you freedom.' Now I work my ass off so I have time for the meaningful moments with my wife and kids. Everything else feels like house money." He has his own little family Scooter is married to the founder and CEO of Fuck Cancer, Yael Cohen. Together they have two children, two-year-old Jagger Joseph and six-month-old Levi Magnus. (British Glamour)

Usher wasn't at the One Love Manchester concert for two very good reasons -- his son needed him and, more to the point, he wasn't ever scheduled to perform at the concert. Usher says Sunday was his son's first day at a camp for kids with diabetes. As he put it, "This was an important day for him and for myself as a proud father." He added ... "Stay strong UK." As for why everyone was expecting him to be at the show -- a UK publicist for the concert initially announced Usher and David Beckham would be "making appearances." We're told that was a reference to recorded messages both made, which were played during the concert ... and NOT live performances or appearances. The publicist eventually took their names off the list, but by that point ... word had spread. Still, Usher said ... "So happy to see that last night's concert in Manchester proved that love always prevails." (TMZ)

Kimora Lee Simmons just joined a star-studded cast of homeowners ... but it cost her a pretty penny. Russell Simmons' ex-wife plunked down a king's ransom for the 7 bedroom, 11 bath home in Beverly Park, a wealthy gated community where tons of celebs live ... including Denzel Washington, Mark Wahlberg, Eddie Murphy and Sylvester Stallone. The swanky pad has a gourmet kitchen, conservatory, wine cellar and a home theater. The outdoor pool's not too shabby either. Kimora and her hubby -- ex Goldman Sachs banker Tim Leissner -- dropped $27.5 mil on the Mediterranean villa. Hey, famous neighbors don't come cheap. (TMZ)


Ariana Grande Closes Out One Love Manchester With Emotional "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" Performance. There wasn't a dry eye in the house... Ariana Grande closed out the already emotional night at the One Love Manchester benefit concert with a tearful rendition of Judy Garland's classic tune "Somewhere Over the Rainbow." For her final song, the big-voiced singer ended the concert, which ran over three hours, with the hopeful song, but couldn't help but get emotional herself. During the star-studded concert Grande was joined by Marcus Mumford, Miley Cyrus, Justin Bieber, Katy Perry, the Black Eyed Peas, Chris Martin, Oasis, Pharrell, Little Mix and others to celebrate and honor the 22 victims of the bombing that occurred after Grande's concert on May 22. After the whole A-list crew took to the stage to perform Grande's hit song "One Last Time" as a group, the popstar made her way back on to the stage alone for her final song, which was an extremely soulful number. During the show, the singer talked about meeting the mother of a 15-year-old victim, Olivia Campbell, who died in the terrorist attack. Fighting back tears, the 23-year-old told the audience, "As soon as I met her I started crying and I gave her a big hug and she said I should stop crying because Olivia would have wanted me to stop crying." Grande also said that meeting Campbell's mother made her change the set list at the last minute to include more of her chart-topping songs. "She said Olivia would have wanted to hear the hits." During the show, she sang a number of songs, including "Break Free," "Side to Side," "Be Alright" and "The Way" with her boyfriend Mac Miller. The proceeds from One Love Manchester go to the Red Cross' Manchester Emergency Fund, which has been set up to help victims of the attack and their families. Additionally, an online shop has also been created where people can buy T-shirts, hats and other merchandise. (Eonline)

Ariana Grande and the stars she corralled took the stage for her One Love concert in Manchester ... and they left quite an impact on the city after a horrific terror attack. Ariana performed throughout the 3 hour benefit concert with the likes of Miley Cyrus, Katy Perry, Justin Bieber, Coldplay, Black Eyed Peas and a number of other acts and guest appearances that filled the Old Trafford Cricket Ground arena with music and good vibes. Some highlights included Ariana's manager, Scooter Braun, having an emotional moment onstage while introducing Ariana mid-set; Miley Cyrus and Katy Perry paying tribute to the Manchester victims; Mac Miller joining Ariana onstage; Bieber's unifying words; Coldplay blowing away the crowd with an epic performance; Liam Gallagher from Oasis crashing the show; and, of course, Ariana singing an emotional "Over the Rainbow" cover to close things out. The event comes just a day shy of 2 weeks since the bombing after her show in Manchester killed 22 people ... and 1 day after a second terror attack in London that killed 7 and injured at least 48. As we reported ... the show sold out in 6 minutes and security measures were tightened up in anticipation. Guests of her original concert in Manchester were allowed to see Ariana again for free. Seems like everything went off without a hitch. They raised more than $275,000 by the end of the show. (TMZ)

The One Love Manchester concert was an enormous hit on several levels, and now we know that includes financially. Sources involved in organizing the concert tell TMZ, the count right now is $12 million, but they expect it to go higher ... millions higher. As one source put it, "When it's all counted it should be enough to take care of the victims and their families." The concert drew 55 thousand people, despite a warning from the UK government that another attack was likely. (TMZ)

DJ Khaled & Drake's Latest Collabo Goes 'To The Max'. The third time is it for DJ Khaled and Drake. Khaled dropped his three-peat collabo with Drake on Monday morning (June 5), the frenetic "To The Max," which features a skittering beat and cut-up female vocals under Drizzy's lines about love, loyalty and perseverance. "I talk grey, I don't keep it white and black/ Only say 'I love you' just so I can hear it back/ Sometimes, other times I'd love to have you back/ Can't think of a night that we ain't turn up to the max/ To the max, no," Drake raps over the dubstep-like beat. The chorus features a simple mantra: "My youngins and we/ All of my youngins and we lit/ My youngins and we/ All of my youngins and we lit." The song is the third we've heard so far from Khaled's latest, following on the heels of the Jay Z and Beyonce-blessed "Shining" and the No. 1 summer smash "I'm the One" featuring Chance the Rapper, Justin Bieber, Lil Wayne and Quavo. The single's art features a triumphant pic of Khaled's son Asahd; Grateful will be released on June 23 on Epic Records. (Billboard)

Ed Sheeran Rules Australia's Albums Chart for 11th Week. Ed Sheeran's Divide (Warner) logs an eleventh non-consecutive week atop Australia's albums chart while Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee's "Despacito" (Republic/Universal) featuring Justin Bieber, manages a third week at No. 1 on the national singles survey. As fans clamoured to buy tickets to Sheeran's upcoming stadium tour of these parts, it turns out they were also still reaching for his third album in significant numbers. Divide is quadruple platinum certified Down Under (280,000 units) and it holds at No. 1 in its 13th week on the chart, as former Powderfinger frontman Bernard Fanning opens at No. 2 with Brutal Dawn (Dew Process/Universal), his latest solo set. Brutal Dawn is Fanning's fourth solo album, and fourth to crack the top two of the ARIA Albums Chart. Also new this week is Ark (UNFD/Warner), the fourth album from local metalcore act In Hearts Wake. Ark sails in at No. 3 for the Byron Bay band's third top five set and is the follow-up to Skydancer, which reached No. 2 in May 2015. Former One Direction singer Harry Styles' one-time chart-topper Harry (Columbia/Sony) dips 2-4. Four familiar faces make a big impression this week as the 50th anniversary reissue of the Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (EMI) returns to the chart at No. 5. On its release in Australia in July 1967, the album spent 30 weeks at No. 1 between August 1967 and March 1968, according to ARIA. Sgt. Pepper's seemingly makes a periodical march into the top 20. The celebrated set reached No. 4 in June 1987 when it was first released on CD to mark its 20th anniversary and again hit No. 16 when the legendary British band's catalogue was remastered and Meanwhile, Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee's "Despacito" leads an all-international top 20 on the ARIA Singles Chart. The highest-ranked song from a homegrown artist this week comes from singer-songwriter Dean Lewis, whose "Waves" (Island/Universal) crashes 16-22. The highest new entry this week is "There For You" (Epic/Sony), the collaboration between Dutch DJ Martin Garrix and Aussie singer and producer Troye Sivan. It starts at No. 25. (Billboard)

The Weeknd Donates $100,000 to Medical Center in Uganda. The Weeknd attends "Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garcons: Art Of The In-Between" Costume Institute Gala at Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 1, 2017 in New York City. The Weeknd is helping a medical facility in East Africa fund a new clinic. The "Starboy" singer donated $100,000 to the Suubi Health Center, a maternity and children's medical facility located in Budondo, Uganda. According to E! News, The Weeknd was motivated to make a donation because of French Montana's work to raise awareness for the health canter through Global Citizen, a social action platform, and Mama Hope. The Moroccan rapper has been spreading the word through his #Unforgettable Dance video which is touted as a "call to action to raise awareness for the needs of Suubi and the people of Uganda." In March, Montana traveled to Uganda to shoot the "Unforgettable" music video. Once he landed in Uganda, Montana met with the founders of the Suubi Center, and spoke with community members about some of the challenge that they face (especially new mothers and babies). Montana was so inspired by the visit that he pledged the first $100,000 donation to help pay for ambulances, premature incubators, cribs and a blood bank for the Suubi community. He's now challenging others (including some of his musical peers like The Weeknd) to make donations to help pay for the new maternity center. (Billboard)

Liam Gallagher Calls Brother Noel a "Sad F--k" After One Love Manchester Absence. Liam Gallagher is not mincing words with his brother. After famous musicians took the stage in Manchester Sunday for Ariana Grande's One Love benefit concert, the former Oasis frontman called out his older sibling Noel Gallagher for not showing up. "Manchester id like to apologize for my brothers absence last night very disappointed," he began on Twitter early Monday. However, his remarks quickly became heated. "Noels out of the f--king country weren't we all love get on a f--king plane and play your tunes for the kids you sad f--k." When one fan made a quip about the band's possible reunion, Liam retorted. "F--k the reunion mate it ain't about oasis it's about people helping other people and he's once again shown his true f--king colours," he wrote. While Noel has not publicly addressed his brother's comments, the show went on without him Sunday with a star-studded concert featuring performances by Miley Cyrus, Katy Perry, Pharrell Williams, Coldplay, Stevie Wonder, Justin Bieber, Grande and several more. Gallagher performed three songs during his time at the mic: "Rock 'n' Roll Star," "Wall of Glass" and "Live Forever" with Chris Martin and Jonny Buckland. As of Sunday night, the British Red Cross announced it had raised nearly $3 million during the concert. "Thank you so much for your donations," the organization tweeted. Per the British Red Cross' We Love Manchester Emergency Fund, the funds will "support people who have been injured or bereaved by the attack. The donations will help alleviate suffering and ensure that victims and their families do not face short-term financial difficulties." Uber also revealed it would make a donation equal to all Uber fares taken to and from the One Love Manchester concert to the British Red Cross' fund. Meanwhile, the stars who collaborated to put on the memorable show were grateful to be included. "#Manchester you are the BEST!" Cyrus wrote on social media after the concert. "Always been a home away from home! I love you! Sending you so much peace! Honored to have performed for you!" (Eonline)


Gal Gadot and Chris Hemsworth Spar on Social Media Over Whether Wonder Woman or Thor Would Win in a Fight. What happens when super heroes go head-to-head on social media? Pure and total awesomeness! On Friday, Katie tweeted out a video of the Wonder Woman star Gal Gadot challenging Thor star Chris Hemsworth to answer back to the question of which of their alter egos would win if it came time to battle? In the video, Gal says, "Now they asked me who would win, Wonder Woman or Thor? And I think it's Wonder Woman. Don't you, Chris?" It's that kind of attitude that may have put Gal and her movie at the top of the box office this weekend! The film, directed by Patty Jenkins, has grossed over $122 million in the U.S. and $233 million internationally over the weekend, according to The Hollywood Reporter. On Saturday, the Australian actor wrote back, barely putting up a fight and admitting that the princess of the Amazons would likely take him. Chris tweeted, "@katiecouric @GalGadot I think she'd kick Thor's a--" But the battle was too easily won... Gal's response was too perfect, noting that she was up for a rumble. "I always knew you were a smart guy. But I think it's worth a fight. We should collide worlds," she wrote back. Clearly Chris isn't the only A-list fan of the warrior princess, Lupita Nyong'o, who could just be Wonder Woman's biggest fan, took to Instagram over the weekend to gush over the film. "Ok people, I just left the theater and KNOW for CERTAIN that the GODS have seen fit to BLESS us with #WONDERWOMAN," the Oscar winner wrote. "W.O.W. It is a superhero movie like none I have ever seen. Epic. FUN. Engaging. Stylistically Captivating. Funny in an honest, not-trying-too-hard way. Witty. Smart. Perfect length. Fierce. Sensual. Just amazing. @Gal_Gadot will glue you to the screen and at the same time make you want to run to the nearest costume shop to get your W on and join the #GODESSNESS right away (W = #WomanWarriorOfTheWorld)." (Eonline)

Terry Gilliam Finally Wraps 'Don Quixote' Project After 17 Years. Although, with legal action taken against a producer who claims the film rights are his, the curse hanging over the once near-mythically doomed 'The Man Who Killed Don Quixote' may not be lifted just yet. Some 17 years after he first started pre-production, Terry Gilliam has finally wrapped principal photography on The Man Who Killed Don Quixote, a project once so notoriously beleaguered and stuck in near-mythical "development hell" that a documentary was even made about it. Starring Adam Driver, Jonathan Pryce, Stellan Skarsgard and Olga Kurylenko, the film -- inspired by Miguel De Cervantes' literary classic Don Quixote -- has been shooting on location across Spain and Portugal, and tells the story of a deluded old man, convinced he is the famed horse-riding hero and who mistakes an advertising executive for his trusty squire, Sancho Panza. Previous, unsuccessful, attempts to make the film saw names such as Johnny Depp, Ewan McGregor, Robert Duvall, Jack O'Connell and John Hurt attached. "Don Quixote is a dreamer, an idealist and a romantic, determined not to accept the limitations of reality, marching on regardless of setbacks, as we have done," said Gilliam. We've been at it so long that the idea of actually finishing shooting this 'clandestine' film, is pretty surreal. Any sensible person would have given up years ago but sometimes pig-headed dreamers win in the end, so thank you to all of the ill paid fantasists and believers who have joined to make this longstanding dream a reality!'' However, the Gilliam's Don Quixote curse may not be lifted just yet. In Cannes, just a year after the project was first unveiled to the market, French sales banner Alfama labeled the film "illegal," with its CEO Paulo Branco telling The Hollywood Reporter that Gilliam had been working behind his back and that he -- actually -- had rights to the film. In response, the film's producers issued a statement asserting that Branco's claims were "preposterous" and that they had been forced to sue him in four countries. "Senor Branco is tilting at windmills," they added. "He has no rights whatsoever in Don Quixote." According to the release announcing the production wrap, The Man Who Killed Don Quixote is being produced by Gerardo Herrero, Mariela Besuievsky, Amy Gilliam, Tornasol Films, Kinology, Recorded Picture Company, Entre Chien et Loup and Ukbar Filmes in association with Alacran Pictures, and with the participation of TVE, Movistar +, Eurimages and Wallimage. Kinology is handling worldwide sales. Amazon Studios has acquired distribution rights for the US, Canada and the U.K., and Telemunchen for Germany and Austria. (Hollywood Reporter)

Amazon India, Warner Ink Licensing Deal. The deal covers such movies as 'Sully,' 'Suicide Squad' and 'Godzilla," as well as TV shows including 'Lethal Weapon,' 'Supernatural' and 'Two and a Half Men.' Amazon India has inked a long-term content deal with Warner Bros. covering a range of films and TV shows, which will be available exclusively to Indian subscribers of the e-tail giant's Prime Video service. Movie titles covered include the Tom Hanks starrer Sully, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice, Suicide Squad, The Conjuring 2 and Lights Out in addition to such catalog titles as Godzilla, Edge of Tomorrow, Annabelle and Into the Storm. The deal also covers numerous TV shows, such as Lethal Weapon, Supernatural, Blindspot, The Last Ship, 2 Broke Girls, The Vampire Diaries, The Originals and Two and a Half Men. No financial details were disclosed. "With top TV shows soon after their U.S. broadcast and classic ever-green movies and TV shows from the Warner Bros. studio, our Prime Video customers will see even further value in the Prime membership," said Amazon Prime Video director and country head Nitesh Kripalani. Amazon launched its Prime membership service in India last year at a special introductory price of about $7.50 (499 rupees) for one year. Amazon has previously also inked licensing deals with Paramount and Lionsgate to bolster its international content offerings for India. (Hollywood Reporter)

'Wonder Woman': The One Scene That Was Reshot. In an industry where endings are rewritten, requiring weeks of reshoots, and entire third acts are scuttled in postproduction in favor of one that makes sense, the Patty Jenkins-helmed tentpole only got one minor tweak. As Wonder Woman debuted to a historic $223 million worldwide, including $100.5 million domestically for the top spot, it's worth noting that only one scene was reshot by director Patty Jenkins. For all of the reports of extensive reshoots on studio tentpoles, Jenkins added just one new scene after she wrapped production in November 2015. As originally shot, the Warner Bros. film's titular heroine Gal Gadot is walking with Steve Trevor (Chris Pine) toward the World War I frontlines, readying herself for her destined showdown with Ares, the Greek god of war. But months later, when Jenkins watched the finished cut in London, she realized there was something missing. "I wanted to ramp that tension as much as possible, and unfortunately, we didn't have it," she told The Hollywood Reporter in a cover story interview. "That scene was just a slightly tense scene of them walking. I was like 'I need her to see some brutality.' So, we added her seeing the horses being whipped. It was actually something that had been in the script originally." In an industry where endings are rewritten, requiring weeks of reshoots (think Rogue One), and entire third acts are scuttled in postproduction in favor of one that makes sense (like World War Z), this counts as a pretty minor tweak. "We replaced that one scene with a reshot scene, and we didn't change the order of a single scene," Jenkins said. "So what you saw is exactly the movie that we were always making." Wonder Woman's debut marked the biggest opening ever for a female director. (Hollywood Reporter)

'Starship Troopers' Animated Sequel 'Traitor of Mars' To Debut In Theaters For One Night Only. Twenty years later, it's time to hunt some more bugs. Marking the two-decade anniversary of Paul Verhoeven's Starship Troopers, Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions and Fathom Events are partnering for the one-night-only theater debut of Starship Troopers: Traitor of Mars, a new animated follow-up to the cult classic movie featuring actors from the original movie. Both Casper Van Dien and Dina Meyer will reprise their roles -- Federation troopers Johnny Rico and Dizzy Flores, respectively -- for the new CGI movie, with stand-up comedian and actor DeRay Davis signing up for duty alongside them. Continuing the vintage connection, Traitor of Mars is written by Ed Neumeier, whose previous credits include the original Starship Troopers as well as Paul Verhoeven's Robocop. The movie sees Rico demoted and relocated to a satellite station on Mars, while the Federation moves to attack the home planet of the bugs -- but Mars just so happens to be the target of a secret bug attack at the same time, and it falls to Rico and a group of new recruits to keep the planet safe while the Federation's fleet is far out of reach. Traitor of Mars theater screenings will take place in nearly 500 select theaters across the country on Monday, August 21, with two screenings at 7:30 p.m. and 10 p.m. local time in each location. Each screening will feature bonus material beyond the movie itself, with Neumeier and Van Dien introducing the movie, along with interviews with the filmmakers and behind-the-scenes footage. Tickets for the event will be available online starting June 19. Verhoeven's adaptation of the Robert A. Heinlein sci-fi novel was released in Nov. 1997, and was initially considered a critical and commercial flop; since its initial release, the movie has undergone a substantial reappraisal, and has gained a fervent fanbase as a satire on fascist military propaganda. Last year, Columbia Pictures announced plans to reboot the franchise with Mark Swift and Damian Shannon, the writers of the recent Baywatch big-screen reboot. (Hollywood Reporter)


Twin Peaks Part 5: At Least Now We Know What the Shovels Are For. Amanda Seyfried has been found! The Mean Girls star finally made her debut on Twin Peaks, and just because she's playing exactly who we thought she'd be playing doesn't mean we were any less delighted to discover that she's Shelly's daughter, Becky. She's also a bit of a troublemaker thanks to her boyfriend Steven (Get Out's Caleb Landry Jones), who offered her some cocaine and took her for what appeared to be a delightful drive after she visited the Double R to ask her mom for money. Apparently, this is an ongoing thing. Sunday night's episode actually answered several questions about who various cast members are playing. Ernie Hudson showed up as an army colonel. Robert Knepper and Jim Belushi seem to be the guys in charge of the casino who are really not big fans of Cooper/Dougie. We also finally found out what Jacoby is doing with those shovels, and it was both not what we thought and exactly what we thought it was. It actually turns out that he's a wacky right-wing conspiracy theorist, and he's selling his "s--t-shoveling" shovels in infomercials for $29.99, much to the delight of people like Nadine and Jerry, who seem to be big fans. Elsewhere, Cooper's still shuffling around as Dougie, but he's slowly showing bits of his old personality. He discovered that he really loves and craves coffee, and the word "agent" seemed to spark some sense of recognition in him. We're also slowly starting to learn more about Dougie. His murder was ordered by a woman sitting at a desk, and she's very frustrated that he's not dead yet. In her frustration, she dialed some numbers on a Blackberry and somewhere in Buenos Aires, a little black box beeped a couple of times. Later, Evil Cooper used his one phone call to send the prison into chaos and then to utter the code phrase "the cow jumped over the moon." Somehow, this caused the black box in Buenos Aires to beep twice, then shrink down to almost nothing. And also, the medical examiner in South Dakota (who's attempts to be a standup comedian are not going well) discovered that the headless guy inexplicably had Dougie's wedding ring in his stomach. That means that whatever was up with Dougie is connected to whatever's up with everything else, which tells us nothing but is nice to know anyway. At the Pentagon, thanks to Col. Ernie Hudson, we learned that Major Briggs' fingerprints have appeared in random places 16 times over the past 25 years, so now the military is also on its way to South Dakota, which is fun. And at the Bang Bang Bar, we met an annoying man who wouldn't stop smoking inside, but he got the attention of a couple of girls at the next table. One asked for a light, he asked her to sit next to him, and then started to grope her. Basically, there are just a lot of seedy dudes hanging out at the Bang Bang Bar, and we have no explanation for their presence as of yet. We have no explanation for most things so far, but for some reason, our biggest question is about Dougie's horrible green jacket. Where did he get it? Why did he dress that way? Does Jane-y like that jacket? What was the real relationship like between Dougie and Jane-y? Why is Sonny Jim so creepy? Why is his name Sonny Jim? Why does no one seem concerned about Dougie's well-being? We'll stop now, but seriously -- we want to know more about the mystery that is Dougie. Twin Peaks airs Sundays at 9 p.m. on Showtime. (Eonline)

The Leftovers Series Finale: How Did It All End? What a journey. The Leftovers didn't have to explain exactly what happened in the departure, when a small percentage of earth's population suddenly disappeared. But it did, sort of, in its final episode. Or at least it gave us enough of an answer. A lot of time in this series was spent dealing with the fact that the people left behind may never know what happened to be people they lost, and that they couldn't know. All they could do was deal with it and try to get through the pain somehow, in a variety of ways. But if Nora's story -- told completely in monologue by Nora, with no accompanying visuals -- is to be believed, we now know that all the lost people are fine. In Sunday night's finale, Nora decided she was going to try and go to the place where her entire family had gone when they disappeared. She said goodbye to her brother Matt, got into a giant terrifying machine, and was transported to another parallel universe in which the relatively few people who had been "lost" were fine, but to them, it was the rest of the world who disappeared. In their world, they were the lucky ones. They hadn't lost as much as they'd been spared from whatever fate everyone else had suffered, but they had also lost so much that all they could do was be happy that they were still there. Nora had made it all the way from Australia to Mapleton on a series of boats over an extremely long period of time, only to hide behind a tree outside her old home and see that her family was happy. To them she was a ghost, and she didn't belong there, so she found the man who made the machine and had him send her back. When she returned, so much time had passed and she was so unsure that anyone would believe her that she just stayed in Australia. She lived alone without a phone, grew some glorious long grey hair, and raised pigeons for people who wanted to send notes of love around the world (even though the pigeons actually just went back to Nora's). Eventually Kevin found her, and at first he asked her to a dance, pretending that nothing had ever happened and that they had only ever met once, in an effort to erase everything that had happened before. Then he showed up at her house and admitted that every year, he had spent his full vacation time in Australia trying to find Nora, determined to prove she wasn't gone like Matt had said she was. Finally, years after Matt had died and Nora hadn't even gone to the funeral, he happened to show her picture to the right nun, and tracked Nora down. She offered him a cup of tea and explained herself, and Kevin, through tears, promised he believed her because she was here. "I'm here," she told him, and they both cried and smiled at each other, bigger and more genuinely than they've maybe ever smiled in the whole series, like they were there and finally happy about it. So we still don't know the why or how of the departure, but we know that even the departed are doing OK, and that's all we really need in the end. What did you think? (Eonline)

Kevin Can Wait Loses Erinn Hayes But Gains Leah Remini As a Series Regular. The King of Queens reunion is becoming permanent on Kevin Can Wait, but that's not the only change coming to the CBS comedy. While the series is keeping Leah Remini around as Kevin's (Kevin James) former police partner Vanessa Cellucci, it's also saying goodbye to his wife Donna, played by Erinn Hayes, who will no longer be part of the cast when the show returns in the fall. Vanessa made her debut in the season one finale, when Kevin returned to the police force briefly for an undercover operation. At the same time, Donna quit her job as a school nurse, leaving both her and Kevin unemployed. TVLine, who was first to report the news of Hayes' departure, also reports that the show will be going in a new creative direction in its second season. Hayes confirmed the exit on Twitter, saying she was "let go" from the show. "Very sad. I had a great experience season 1," she said. While Donna's absence may be bad news for big fans of season one of Kevin Can Wait, at least the fans of King of Queens will be happy to see that Remini is sticking around. She and James starred in the CBS sitcom for nine seasons, from 1998 to 2007, along with Jerry Stiller, Patton Oswalt, and James' real-life brother Gary Valentine, who also stars in Kevin Can Wait. Remini posted about the news on Instagram, saying, "Dreams do come true." Kevin Can Wait season two premieres Monday, September 25 at 9 p.m. on CBS. (Eonline)

James Corden Says 'Late Late Show' Will "Recalibrate" Intro for London Edition After Terror Attacks. The host tells THR that the long-in-the-making opening sequence for the show's first U.K. broadcast -- a "dream" for the Londoner and his fellow London-born team -- didn't feel right following Saturday's deadly attacks. The Late Late Show With James Corden is dropping into the U.K. this week, airing from London for three nights (June 6-9) on CBS in its first major international excursion. But the timing of its arrival -- just days after the deadly attacks Saturday that left seven dead in the British capital -- has forced the British host and the show's producers to make a major alteration to the planned opening sequence. "We had a very, very big opening planned for our first show," says Corden, speaking to The Hollywood Reporter as The Late Late Show stage was assembled in Westminster Central Hall, a vast church in the heart of London that CBS has commandeered for the week (and is a far cry from the network's studios in L.A.). "We'd already shot 80 percent of it, but we've decided to recalibrate it. We're going to try and do something different, but we haven't yet figured it out yet," he says. "The tone of our show isn't going to change at all. But we feel that the first thing we do with the show being in London just can't be the idea that we did have and we've been working on for quite a while." While Corden admits that such 11th hour edits are part and parcel of making The Late Late Show -- "you've got to roll with whatever comes your way" -- he says that it's not necessarily a bad thing to be coming to London at this time. "In one sense, of course it's a sad time to be here, but in another sense, actually maybe bringing a show that airs I think in 153 countries to London for three a wonderful time to be doing it." While the intro is being changed, the guests for the three episodes have already been lined up, with Nicole Kidman, David Beckham, Tom Cruise, Kit Harington, Russell Brand, and Anthony Joshua set to appear. Harry Styles and Kings of Leon are among the musical acts, while a special Carpool Karaoke with Ed Sheeran has been shot in L.A. As a Londoner, Corden says it had "always been a dream" of his, and fellow London-born producer Ben Winston and the "many members of our staff who were from London," to bring The Late Late Show to their home city, but a move they never thought would be possible. "Nothing shows how far we've come in two years than this very thing we're looking at now," he says. "This is an achievement beyond our wildest dreams. Just building this for three days is incredible. I don't know if a late night show has ever traveled internationally on this scale. I don't think so." Although more than two years in L.A. hasn't -- yet -- added a California twang to Corden's accent, he does admit to having picked up one very American way of communicating in the workplace. "I'm constantly reaching out and circling back, or waiting for people to reach out before I can circle back," he laughs. "It's a relentless 'reach out and circle back' to the point where you think nothing is ever actually happening." (Hollywood Reporter)

ABC, Freeform to Air Ariana Grande's Manchester Benefit Concert in U.S. The former ABC Family cable network will air the star-studded benefit show live on Sunday for American audiences while a one-hour highlights special will air that night on ABC. Freeform and ABC stations will air Sunday's Ariana Grande benefit concert in Manchester, England in the U.S. ABC morning show Good Morning America said Friday morning that viewers could watch the concert on "many of our ABC stations after the NBA Finals and also on Freeform live," advising viewers to check their local listings. The star-studded One Love Manchester event will start on Sunday at 7 p.m. U.K. time/2 p.m. ET and raise money for the victims of the bomb attack. Grande will be joined by such big names as Justin Bieber, Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus, Coldplay, Pharrell Williams, Usher, Niall Horan and Take That at Manchester's Old Trafford Cricket Grounds, less than two weeks after a bomber killed 22 people after a Grande concert in the city. Freeform is the network formerly known as ABC Family, which focuses on teenagers and young adults. Freeform and ABC are both part of the Walt Disney Co. Freeform, formerly known as ABC Family and also owned by ABC parent the Walt Disney Company, will air the full concert live at 2 p.m. ET/PT, while ABC will air a one-hour highlight special following the NBA Finals. TV coverage is being produced by the BBC, the host broadcaster that had previously announced TV and radio coverage in the U.K. BBC Worldwide, the commercial arm of the BBC, said that as of mid-day Friday U.K. time, networks in 38 countries across five continents had agreed to air the concert. "This Sunday, when Ariana Grande and her friends return to the stage, the world will stand united with families in Manchester and across the United Kingdom," Disney ABC Television Group president and Disney Media Networks co-chairman Ben Sherwood said in a statement. "ABC and Freeform look forward to sharing the music community's message of love, hope and resilience." All net ticket proceeds from the show will go towards the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund set up by the Manchester City Council in partnership with the British Red Cross. In Canada, Bell Media will air Ariana Grande's benefit concert live and commercial-free from 1:55 p.m. to 5 p.m. ET on its CTV, Much and VRAK channels, using the BBC feed from Manchester. "We're proud to make this concert available on multiple platforms so that Canadians can pay their respects and support our friends in the United Kingdom," Randy Lennox, Bell Media president, said in a statement. June 2, 7:08 a.m. PT This story has been updated with more details about Sunday's U.S. and Canadian TV coverage. (Hollywood Reporter)

Tonys Host Kevin Spacey: "It's Impossible to Say What Will Happen". The actor this month is juggling the season five 'House of Cards' launch, his one-man 'Clarence Darrow' show at Arthur Ashe Stadium, the release of 'Baby Driver' and his emcee debut at Radio City Music Hall. To borrow a line from the musical-theater classic Carousel, June is bustin' out all over for Kevin Spacey. Even by the indefatigable standards of someone who headed a major London theater company, The Old Vic, for more than a decade while balancing film, television and stage roles, this month will see the two-time Oscar winner wearing many hats. That includes hosting the Tony Awards June 11, following in the footsteps of such recent frontmen for Broadway's annual honors as Neil Patrick Harris, Hugh Jackman and James Corden. Immediately after that, on June 15-16, Spacey will reprise the title role in the solo play Clarence Darrow, a success for him in London, this time swapping a law court for a tennis court to perform the portrait of the legendary American justice crusader in the massive Arthur Ashe Stadium in Flushing, New York. Onscreen, he's bookending the month by playing contrasting villains -- Machiavellian U.S. President Frank Underwood in season five of Netflix's addictive drama of Washington intrigue, House of Cards, which hit the streaming platform May 30; and a crime boss who masterminds daring heists in Edgar Wright's Sundance hit Baby Driver, opening June 28. "They are both entirely distinctive jobs with different aspects," says Spacey of the two roles. "Which makes them completely not of the same cloth." Will Spacey tune up the vocal pipes he displayed as Bobby Darin in Beyond the Sea and show off his song-and-dance skills at the Tonys? He took a moment in the midst of rehearsals to talk to The Hollywood Reporter about the upcoming gig.

Hacker Leaks Episodes of Steve Harvey's ABC Game Show, 'Funderdome'. The Dark Overlord, which leaked episodes from 'Orange Is the New Black's' fifth season, uploaded eight episodes of Harvey's new series on torrent site Pirate Bay. A hacking collective is claiming that it has leaked unaired episodes of Funderdome, ABC's upcoming show hosted by Steve Harvey. The Dark Overlord, a hacker collective that gained notoriety for leaking new episodes of the Netflix's hit show Orange Is the New Black back in April, tweeted Sunday that it had uploaded eight episodes of Harvey's new show onto the illegal file sharing site Pirate Bay. On Sunday, The Hollywood Reporter was in contact with The Dark Overlord, which confirmed the latest leak. Funderdome is slated to premiere June 11 on ABC. The Dark Overlord had threatened ABC on Friday with a leak of one of its programs. On Sunday it announced that it had leaked the Funderdome episodes. Created by Harvey and Shark Tank producer Mark Burnett, Funderdome is a reality competition show where entrepreneurs go head-to-head in pitching their ideas and winning seed money for their fledgling business. (Hollywood Reporter)

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