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  1. Hollywood has mobilized to raise money for reproductive healthcare in the wake of the Supreme Court reversal of Roe v. Wade. Lizzo at the 2022 BET Awards held at the Microsoft Theater on June 26, 2022 in Los Angeles. Hollywood’s abortion-rights advocates have gone into overdrive — and opened their wallets in increased and creative ways — to support reproductive rights after the Supreme Court’s June 24 ruling that overturned the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade. Supporters, led by a $1 million donation from Lizzo and Live Nation, are amping up their giving to both long-established advocacy organizations and on-the-ground groups (especially ones that are helping women gain imminent access to healthcare), while using their celebrity and influence to inspire further giving. As pro-abortion advocates ramp up their donations, The Hollywood Reporter spoke with a showrunner, a manager/producer, an engagement officer at an entertainment law firm and the leader of an advocacy group for women in Hollywood about what organizations right now they are supporting in the battle for abortion rights. Harry Styles Copenhagen Concert Canceled After Fatal Shooting Nearby 07/03/2022 “Hollywood has been coming together to support leading organizations like the Center for Reproductive Rights — which argued Dobbs before the Supreme Court — in preparation for this moment, and some incredible leaders have emerged,” says Hannah Linkenhoker, chief engagement officer of entertainment law firm Johnson Shapiro. The center counts actresses Elizabeth Banks, Amy Brenneman, Lisa Edelstein, Aja Naomi King and Busy Philipps as members of its ambassador council, while producer Heidi Lindelof is a board member. “The Center has really created a powerful community in Hollywood,” continues Linkenhoker, “and that community has driven funding, exposure, messaging and more to impact the movement for reproductive rights and abortion access.” Many entertainment industry insiders are also donating to the venerable Planned Parenthood, including Ellen Goldsmith-Vein of The Gotham Group, who calls the nonprofit a “trusted resource for women for over 100 years.” Lizzo has been vocal about her support for Planned Parenthood. Within hours of the Supreme Court ruling, the Grammy-winning superstar announced that she will be donating $500,000 of the profits from her upcoming tour to the organization, which offers reproductive healthcare to women across the country. Live Nation, the sponsor of the multi-date tour, has agreed to match Lizzo’s donation, making the total a substantial $1 million. This week, Olivia Wilde led an online discussion with doctors from Physicians for Reproductive Health, an organization she has supported for many years. Many stars also are joining in protests springing up across the nation, including Philipps who was arrested at an abortion-rights protest in Washington on Thursday, June 30, and Jodie Sweetin (Full House and Fuller House), who was recently shoved by police at an abortion rally in Los Angeles. Additionally, Sweetin sponsored an Instagram fundraiser, which raised $5,000 for Planned Parenthood. “Our activism will continue until our voices are heard and action is taken,” Sweetin said in a statement. “This will not deter us; we will continue fighting for our rights. We are not free until ALL of us are free.” Other entertainment industry figures have taken to social media to help raise funds. Showrunner and writer Liz Meriwether (The Dropout, New Girl) recently hosted an Instagram fundraiser for The Brigid Alliance, raising over $6,000 in donations. “When the leak came out in May, I donated to the National Network of Abortion Funds, which is an incredible umbrella organization that funds many smaller local groups who do the on-the-ground work of getting people the care they need,” Meriwether tells THR. “Now I am also donating to Brigid Alliance, because it directly funds all travel and logistics of people trying to get to abortion care, and demand on the group has skyrocketed. I’m also donating to the Plan C organization, which provides medication abortion through the mail to anyone seeking it.” Debra Messing has shared information on The Brigid Alliance and Apiary for Practical Support, a nonprofit national technical assistant hub for the organizations that provide practical support to people seeking abortions. And Bon Iver is sponsoring a match program for The Brigid Alliance, matching donations up to $22,000. Linkenhoker is also supporting Keep Our Clinics, a fundraising campaign to support independent abortion clinics, which provide the majority of the abortion care in the U.S. and are more likely to be located in states that are working to outlaw abortion. Abortion could be outlawed or severely restricted in more than 20 states this year in the wake of the Supreme Court ruling (around five states now have bans), which will lead to many women traveling to states that allow abortion for reproductive healthcare. Ariana Debose, speaking with Jimmy Fallon this week, said that she’s focusing her funding efforts on making “a difference on a local level, so I’m trying to find abortion funds in my community that I can support so I can help anyone with a uterus.” In its YouTube clip of DeBose’s appearance on the show, The Tonight Show shared a link to the National Network of Abortion Funds with its fans. And entertainment figures including Whoopi Goldberg, Chelsea Handler, Ireland Baldwin and Laura Prepon are sharing and resharing their personal stories of abortion, while encouraging support for reproductive rights. Other Hollywood insiders are coming up with unique ways to engage their followers. BoJack Horseman showrunner Raphael Bob-Waksberg offered up a lottery — pledging to give five Twitter followers signed scripts of their favorite BoJack Horseman episode if they emailed him proof that they had donated to an abortion fund. Some celebrities have focused their attention on political action and the upcoming midterm elections. Julia Louis-Dreyfus took to Twitter and vowed to match $10,000 in donations to 11 pro-choice candidates for state legislatures where abortion rights are on the line in the upcoming midterms. She also vowed to match $10,000 in donations to 80 local abortion funds. July 9 may also see a Hollywood contingent show up in Washington, D.C., when the Women’s March sponsors an abortion-rights protest in the nation’s capital. It’s sign-up page provides a box that participants who are willing to risk to arrest can check. Industry organizations also have banded together to provide their members with information on resources and reputable places to donate. “We created a list of resources that includes what different entertainment companies are doing for their employees and then also general resources,” says Kirsten Schaffer, CEO at Women in Film, which advocates for women in the entertainment industry. “A lot of them are abortion funds … like ARC Southeast, Northwest Abortion Access Fund, Midwest Access Coalition, Fund Texas Choice. People had abortions scheduled and their abortions were canceled, and so now they need to get out of state to make that abortion happen. And that’s what these funds help them do.” Schaffer says she has seen a positive reaction to Women in Film’s list of resources, which includes a link to support the National Network of Abortion Funds. “People are applying to our newsletter which connected to the resources that they really appreciate the care and concern. And also, they appreciate the access to the resources,” she says. Amid the flurry of giving, supporters of abortion rights in Hollywood caution potential donors to make sure that their funds are going to legitimate organizations. “Use your network to verify credibility, check the organization’s non-profit status — look at their 990s, look them up on Charity Navigator, look at their board of directors to make sure they are reputable,” says Linkenhoker. And since supporters of abortions say their battle to restore access across the country will no doubt be long, strategic giving is seen as the way to go by many pro-choice advocates. “Right now, I am donating to groups making an immediate impact on people currently seeking an abortion, and then I will make another round of donations to political action groups and voter mobilization groups who will be fighting in the long term,” Meriwether says. “This will be a long fight fought on many different fronts, and I think everyone who supports abortion access needs to be prepared for the marathon. The most important thing is to stay involved and active — as my friend Rebecca Traister wrote beautifully in The Cut, ‘Despair is poison.’” This article originally appeared on The Hollywood Reporter.
  2. The K-pop label is leaning on Korea's criminal defamation laws amid calls to crack down on cyberbullying. BTS performs onstage at the 64th Annual Grammy Awards held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on April 3rd, 2022 in Las Vegas. Christopher Polk BBigHit Music, the South Korean record label, says it is going after “malicious postings” related to K-pop supergroup BTS – and is looking to fans to supply intel to aid in the crackdown. On June 29, BigHit released a note on social networking platform Weverse warning that the company had recently filed “additional criminal complaints against postings with personal attacks and defamation,” using new information provided by fans and collected through its own monitoring activities. Harry Styles Copenhagen Concert Canceled After Fatal Shooting Nearby The Weverse note came two weeks after BTS shook up the pop music world by revealing that the seven-member boy band was taking an indefinite break to pursue solo projects. The group’s fan group, known as ARMY, has lashed out on Twitter against journalists in the U.S. for their portrayals of the group’s break, which was originally translated by BigHit parent company HYBE as a “hiatus” on the video of a dinner where band members discussed the issue. (“We’re going on a hiatus now,” Suga said in Korean.) While ARMY is well-known for criticizing online posters who make unflattering comments about BTS, toxic cyberbullying is real in Korea — and has been attributed to several high-profile suicides, including in the K-pop world. BigHit says that one poster uploaded posts containing “insults against [BTS]” using dozens of different IP addresses on DC Inside, a South Korean internet forum. “We have been monitoring these types of malicious postings and filed criminal complaints against the poster for all the postings with malicious comments,” the company said. The label says it has found other defamatory postings with “extremely malicious and delusional content” and initiated legal proceedings against the posters. “The complaint we have filed includes platforms not mentioned in this notice and we would also like to inform you that we cannot reveal every detail of the content of the complaint to ensure a proper investigation.” BigHit described their Weverse note broadly as an “update” on its activities to protect BTS. “Our company regularly initiates legal proceedings against perpetrators of malicious activities related to BTS, including defamation, personal attacks, sexual harassment, the spread of groundless information, and ill-intentioned criticism,” the label said. The company has refused to settle cases, noting that “the accused of an ongoing investigation recently attempted to settle the case but there will be no settlement nor leniency… our policy of no settlement and no leniency remains in effect.” BigHit urged fans to make continued use of a hotline (protect@bighitmusic.co.kr) to report any cases of abuse. Tension Over Criminal Defamation and Cyberbullying In South Korea, unlike in the United States (on a federal level), defamation is a criminal charge — and speaking truth is not always a defense. “Openly false facts” under South Korea’s criminal code can result in up to seven years in prison. But if the court finds that a defendant made true statements with the “intent to commit defamation” and not out of “public interest,” then a defendant can still be convicted and sentenced to up to three years in jail or a fine. Criminal defamation creates an atmosphere of constrained expression. A defamation law like South Korea’s, which “does not adequately distinguish between truth and falsehood, can act as a powerful tool of repression,” says Pen America, a free expression advocacy organization. International groups like the United Nations Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Expression have repeatedly called for decriminalization of defamation around the world because of how it can limit free speech. In the entertainment world, the threat of defamation charges has often led South Korean media outlets and blogs to self-censor – with gossip publications withholding celebrity names when they report on salacious news. And in recent years, following high-profile suicides, news portal sites have removed the comment sections only for entertainment stories. Despite more protective laws for targets of potentially defamatory speech, South Korea has been under pressure to crack down on cyberbullying after a series of high-profile suicides. In 2019, actress and singer Sulli was found dead at 25 after receiving online abuse for years. She rose to prominence as a member of girl group f(x), beginning as a trainee for K-pop company SM Entertainment, and later became known for her outspokenness about her struggles with mental health issues, cyberbullying and even her romantic relationships. After taking a break from music in 2015 to focus on acting – SM Entertainment said in 2014 that she was “suffering physically and mentally from malicious and untrue rumors spreading about her” – she hung herself on the second floor of her home in Seoul. The suicide prompted several celebrities to call for better support for those in the K-pop industry. Then this February, influencer Cho Jang-mi, 27, known as BJ Jammi on YouTube and Twitch, was found dead at her home, with a person claiming to be an uncle writing on Twitch that she had been suffering from severe depression due to online hate speech “and rumors,” Korean news agency Yonhap reported. Cho had been accused of making a hand gesture in one of her videos implying she hated men; she had appealed for bullying that branded her a “man-hater” to stop. Her death came a day after Kim In-hyeok, a 28-year-old professional volleyball player, was found dead. He had pleaded with people to stop sending hate comments and spreading rumors online about his appearance and supposed sexuality. Days after news of Cho’s death, a petition was posted on the South Korean president’s website calling for punishment for YouTubers and online commentators who spread rumors or hate speech about Cho. In just a few days, it had been signed by almost 150,000 people.
  3. Kelly's "current life circumstances undoubtedly bring emotional distress," Assistant U.S. Attorney Melanie Speight wrote in a court filing. R. Kelly appears during a hearing at the Leighton Criminal Courthouse on Sept. 17, 2019 in Chicago. Federal authorities are pushing back on R. Kelly’s claims that he was placed on suicide watch as a form of punishment last week after a judge sentenced him to 30 years behind bars for using his fame to sexually abuse young girls. The U.S. Attorney’s Office in Brooklyn filed court papers late Saturday (July 2) saying the disgraced R&B superstar remains on suicide watch “for his own safety” following a psychological assessment. Kelly’s “current life circumstances undoubtedly bring emotional distress,” Assistant U.S. Attorney Melanie Speight wrote in a court filing. How R. Kelly's Sentence Could Impact Other Trials 07/03/2022 “He is a convicted sex offender who has been sentenced to spend the next three decades in prison,” she added. “In the immediate future, he faces another federal criminal trial in Chicago for charges related to child pornography.” Kelly’s attorney filed a lawsuit Friday alleging prison officials placed him on suicide watch at Brooklyn’s Metropolitan Detention Center “solely for punitive purposes and because of his status as a high-profile inmate,” adding that Kelly has had no thoughts of harming himself. “Nothing occurred during sentencing that came as a surprise to Mr. Kelly,” attorney Jennifer Bonjean wrote in the lawsuit. “While the conditions of suicide watch may be appropriate for individuals who are truly at risk of hurting themselves, they are cruel and unconstitutional under the Eighth Amendment for individuals who are not suicidal.”
  4. The BTS member's new solo song brought in nearly 93% of the vote. J-Hope J-Hope‘s new song “More” has topped this week’s new music poll. Music fans voted in a poll published Friday (July 1) on Billboard, choosing the BTS member’s ’90s-inspired solo single as their favorite new music release of the past week. “More” brought in nearly 93% of the vote, beating out new music by Cardi B featuring Kanye West and Lil Durk (“Hot S–t”), City Girls featuring Usher (“Good Love”), Calvin Harris featuring 21 Savage (“New Money”), and Luke Bryan (“Country On”). The South Korean singer’s “More” marks the first solo track released in the wake of BTS‘ announcement in June that they would be taking a hiatus after nearly a decade of nonstop work together to focus on their individual projects. J-Hope Gives Fans 'More' With New Solo Single: Listen 07/03/2022 The track will be featured J-Hope’s upcoming solo album, Jack in the Box, which is scheduled to arrive on July 15. After that, he’ll headline the main stage at Lollapalooza in Chicago, marking the first time a South Korean artist will headline a major U.S. music festival. Placing second on the past week’s tally with 4% of the vote was Cardi B’s aptly titled “Hot S–t,” featuring Ye and Lil Durk. The song from Cardi’s highly anticipated, as-yet-untitled sophomore album, which is the follow-up to her Grammy-winning debut Invasion of Privacy. “Hot S–t” marks Cardi’s first solo release in 2022 after being featured on a series of singles, from the extended version of Summer Walker’s “No Love,” featuring SZA, to “Shake It” with Kay Flock, Dougie B and Bory300. Her last solo release was the hit single “Up,” which peaked at No. 1 for a week on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in March 2021. See the final results of this week’s new music release poll below. What's Your Favorite New Music Release of the Week? (Poll Closed) J-Hope, “More” 92.63% (1,972 votes) Cardi B feat. Kanye West & Lil Durk, “Hot S–t” 4.09% (87 votes) City Girls feat. Usher, “Good Love” 1.69% (36 votes) Calvin Harris feat. 21 Savage, “New Money” 1.13% (24 votes) Luke Bryan, “Country On” 0.46% (10 votes) Total Votes: 2,129
  5. The team-up follows the cancellation of the Fugees' 25th anniversary tour earlier this year. Lauryn Hill performs at Global Citizen Live at Pier 17 on Sept. 22, 2021 in New York City. Ms. Lauryn Hill and Wyclef Jean joined forces to perform a handful of Fugees classics at the 2022 Essence Festival. The surprise reunion occurred during Wyclef’s unannounced set at New Orleans’ Caesars Superdome on Friday (July 1). Midway through his performance, Hill stepped out for a solo rendition of “Killing Me Softly” before being joined by her Fugees bandmate on “How Many Mics,” “Fu-Gee-La” and “Ready or Not.” The Fugees, including bandmate Pras, last performed together during a surprise pop-up concert in New York as part of a Global Citizen event in September 2021. The brief show marked the group’s first show since 2006. The beloved hip-hop trio had planned on embarking on a 12-date international reunion tour this year to celebrate the anniversary of their landmark 1996 album, The Score, but the trek was canceled because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Fugees Cancel Reunion Tour Due to COVID-19 Pandemic 07/03/2022 “We anticipate and understand disappointment but our anniversary tour will not be able to happen. The continued Covid pandemic has made touring conditions difficult, and we want to make sure we keep our fans and ourselves healthy and safe,” the Fugees said in a statement. “An idea sparked to honor and celebrate the 25th anniversary of The Score but we see now it may not currently be our time for revisiting this past work.” The Score, the Fugees’ second and final studio album, hit No. 1 on the Billboard 200 and scored hits with “Killing Me Softly,” “Fu-Gee-La” and “Ready or Not.” The collection also won the Grammy for best rap album and another for best R&B performance by a duo or group with vocals for “Killing.” After splitting in 1998, the Fugees reunited in 2004 for Dave Chappelle’s Block Party concert film, came back together the next year for a 12-minute medley to open the 2005 BET Awards and played their final show in Feb. 2006 at a free gig for fans in Los Angeles. Watch a portion of Hill and Wyclef’s Essence Festival reunion here.
  6. What’s the word on Indiana Jones 5? It’s been a minute since we last saw Indiana Jones on the big screen, with 2008’s Kingdom of the Crystal Skull proving to be a polarizing entry in the film series. But that didn’t deter Lucasfilm from taking another bite out of this franchise apple, and following years of delays and setbacks, Indiana Jones 5 is on track to be released as part of 2023’s film slate slate. While there’s still a lot we don’t know about Harrison Ford’s next outing as the adventuring archaeologist, producer Frank Marshall provided an enticing update on the sequel. Frank Marshall has been part of the Indiana Jones franchise since the beginning, having produced Raiders of the Lost Ark and Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, and executive produced Temple of Doom and The Last Crusade. As far as far as Indiana Jones 5 goes, Marshall is assuring fans that the long wait for this movie will be worth the wait, telling A.Frame: " It’s a great story, it’s a great character, and I think you’re going to be very happy with this movie. It’s everything I think that everybody wants out of an Indiana Jones movie. " Hopefully Frank Marshall’s words hype up the Indiana Jones fans a little more, as they've been hearing talk about Indiana Jones 5 since shortly after Kingdom of the Crystal Skull came out. This movie has been in development for so long that Lucasfilm is now owned by Disney. Oh sure, we’ve had plenty of Star Wars movies and TV shows delivered from the Mouse House following that acquisition, but it’s been quite the journey getting to another Indiana Jones movie (there was a time when it was supposed to come out as early as July 2019). But as Marshall sees it, Indiana Jones 5 will deliver the goods, and there’s only a little over a year to go before we see the final product. One big way Indiana Jones 5 will stand out from its predecessors is a directorial change. After helming the first four movies, Steven Spielberg passed the directing reins to Logan and Ford V Ferrari’s James Mangold, though Spielberg is still attached as an executive producer. Mangold also worked on the script with Jez and John-Henry Butterworth, and this is the first Indiana Jones movie to not have a story hashed out by George Lucas. Plot details remain shrouded in secrecy, but we did get our first look at Indiana Jones 5 at Star Wars Celebration in late May. As far as on-camera talent goes, Harrison Ford is the only familiar face who’s confirmed to return for Indiana Jones 5, though back in January 2021, John Rhys-Davies, who played Sallah in Raiders of the Lost Ark and The Last Crusade, expressed interest in appearing. The lineup of newcomers to the Indiana Jones world includes Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Mads Mikkelsen, Thomas Kretschmann, Boyd Holbrook, Shaunette Renée Wilson, Toby Jones, Olivier Richters and Antonio Banderas, the latter of whom recently shared his reaction to seeing Ford on the Indiana Jones 5 set for the first time. None of their characters have been officially identified yet. Indiana Jones 5 wrapped filming back in late February, and the plan remains to deliver it to theaters on June 30, 2023. If you’re curious about what movies are left to come out this year, check out the 2022 release schedule.
  7. Johnny Depp isn’t having trouble keeping busy. Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s defamation trial ended at the beginning of June, with the former coming out as the “winner” through being awarded $10 million in compensatory damages and $5 million in punitive damages (that latter amount was reduced to $350,000). While the legal drama isn’t done between these ex-spouses, as Heard (who was awarded $2 million in compensatory damages) intends to appeal the verdict, Depp is turning his attention to other things in the meantime. This now includes a reunion of the rock group known as Hollywood Vampires. We’ve known for several months that Johnny Depp is on deck to play King Louis XV in Jeanne Du Barry, and shortly after the trial ended, it was revealed that the Pirates of the Caribbean star was collaborating with guitarist Jeff Beck for an album that will be released in July. Now it’s been announced that Depp is reuniting with Alice Cooper, Joe Perry and Tommy Henriksen for a Hollywood Vampires tour across Germany and Luxembourg in the summer of 2023. Tickets go on sale Monday, June 27, and you can look at the Instagram post to see which specific places in those countries these men will visit. Hollywood Vampires was formed in 2012 by Johnny Depp, Alice Cooper and Joe Perry, with Tommy Henriksen becoming one of the main members in 2015. The band is named after a celebrity drinking club that Cooper started in the 1970s, and along with various live performances, the men have recorded two studio albums: 2015’s Hollywood Vampires and 2019’s Rise. Some of the guest musicians who lent their talents to these albums include Paul McCartney, Dave Grohl, Joe Walsh, Zak Starkey and Christopher Lee. Hollywood Vampires also performed on Jimmy Kimmel Live! in June 2019. So clearly Johnny Depp isn’t having trouble finding ways to keep busy following the conclusion of the defamation trial. Speaking of which, an unnamed insider stated that Depp has “moved on” from this chapter of his life, is “now able to back to what he loves doing,” including performing, and “has a busy summer ahead.” This Hollywood Vampires tour will ensure he has a busy summer in 2023 too. As for Amber Heard, she’s said that the trial wasn’t fair and claims that evidence was suppressed, which resulted in her spokesperson and Depp’s spokesperson exchanging words. Those of you interested in Johnny Depp’s cinematic endeavors will be able to stream Minamata, his latest movie, on Hulu starting July 8. Amber Heard can be seen next year reprising Mera in Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom, although the actress admitted during the trial that her role in the sequel was reduced. Take a look through the 2022 release schedule to figure out when this year’s remaining movies will arrive.
  8. Which was the hardest dinosaur to create for Jurassic World Dominion? The Jurassic World franchise has done a great job introducing audiences to a number of different dinosaurs. You’ve got your T-Rex, velociraptor and brachiosaurus, and let's not forget the terrifying hybrid dinosaur Indominus Rex. In order to close out the Jurassic World franchise, director Colin Trevorrow knew he had to go out with a bang by introducing ten new dinosaurs in Jurassic World Dominion that have never been seen before. However, there was one dinosaur in particular that was “really hard” to create. It seems like Colin Trevorrow cannot help but find a new dinosaur for Chris Pratt to run away from, like the Atrociraptor, which is considered one of the deadliest of the 10 new dinosaurs. As for the one that was the hardest to create, Trevorrow answered that question in The Hollywood Reporter’s Behind the Screen podcast. " The Pyroraptors were really hard and were the ones that took the longest to develop, because we didn’t really have any baseline for it. We had to understand how feathers reacted to wind, ice water and all of these other elements. " While the new Jurassic World films are known for their use of CGI, the creators behind Jurassic World Dominion went the old-fashioned route that 1993’s Jurassic Park was known for. Feathers were gathered all over the world for this small, bird-like predatory theropod, and an animatronic was built to see how the light would play off of the feathers. An animatronic that will surely excite fans is the return of the Dilophosaurus, which was responsible for Dennis Nedry's death in Jurassic Park. Once those elephant-like ears of theirs start to pop out, all you’ll want to do is run or beg for mercy. Other than being introduced to terrifying new dinosaurs in their prehistoric form, expect a return of the legacy characters from Jurassic Park. Laura Dern's Dr. Ellie Sattler reunites with Sam Neill's Dr. Alan Grant and Jeff Goldblum's Dr. Ian Malcolm to investigate giant locusts created by the corrupt genetics company Biosyn where Dr. Malcolm works. Once again, we’ll be seeing Dr. Alan Grant leaving yet another dig site to face danger and a bunch of hungry dinosaurs. What comes as disappointing is that the Jurassic World franchise is supposed to be about dinosaurs, but apparently this film is far from that. Our own Eric Eisenberg shared in his his review of Dominion how the film should have gone more toward dinosaurs being a part of our ecosystems, but instead delivered us bland storylines that the filmmakers apparently found more interesting. Other online reviews for Dominion talked about how uninteresting the more recent characters are, and how the main plot feels disjointed. Despite the not-so-rave reviews, that’s still not stopping fans from seeing the movie, as it dominated Top Gun: Maverick at the box office. Despite Dominion not quite shining on the critical front, it looks like we can still look forward to the insanely-scary dinosaurs Colin Trevorrow brought us. You can see the newly-released conclusion of the Jurassic World series in theaters now.
  9. Which celebs does Anne Hathaway think have BDE? You’ve heard of the urban slang term “big dick energy” a.k.a. BDE, right? Think of it as having confidence without being too cocky about it. Everyone has their own idea of who carries this admirable trait, and Anne Hathaway shared who she believes has BDE. You’ll be very impressed with her choices. There are a lot of people in Hollywood who exhibit the powers of BDE based on what a celebrity stands for, as well as their actions. In Interview Magazine, Anne Hathaway was asked questions by a number of celebrity chums of hers. One of those friends, Mindy Kaling, mentioned to Hathaway about being part of a text chain five years ago about who she thinks has BDE, and this was what the Princess Diaries star had to say. " You mean besides you? Right now, Lizzo’s got it. Billie Eilish for sure. Harry Styles, obviously. Trying to think. Those that can figure it out and run with it and do it. Christopher John Rogers. I love what he’s doing right now in fashion. I’m so deeply a fan. I think this interview has been giving goddess energy. Michelle Yeoh also has big goddess energy. " She makes some nice points. After all, Lizzo has had no problems speaking out about internet weight shaming and being proud of your body. Billie Eilish won Album of the Year at the Grammys for her first album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? as well as winning Best Original Song at the 2022 Academy Awards. Harry Styles has established himself as a successful singer and acted in movies like Amazon Prime's My Policeman, where he plays a gay cop. United States Vice President Kamala Harris wore Christopher John Rogers’ unforgettable designs during Inauguration Day. And we also can’t forget about Michelle Yeoh, who continues to dazzle us in every kick-assing role she plays, like A24’s high-grossing film Everything Everywhere All At Once. So who would you say rocks your BDE scale? Anne Hathaway has had some BDE moments herself. Not only has the actress won Best Supporting Actress for Les Miserables, but she’s had no problem firing back at her haters for not having some intelligence behind their negativity. The former Disney star has also spoken about fat shaming and not caring about living up to Hollywood’s size standards. What you should also know about Anne Hathaway is that she recently quit drinking for her six-year-old son and plans on continuing that behavior until her son turns 18. Well, it proves in terms of recognizing BDE, it takes one to know one. Although if it was up to me, I would rephrase the term for women as BOE (big ovary energy). Anne Hathaway’s latest project saw her being part of the cast for the Apple TV+ limited series WeCrashed. She played opposite Jared Leto as his character Adam Neumann's wife, Rebekah Neumann, who is also the chief brand and impact officer of WeWork. While we won’t be getting a Princess Diaries sequel anytime soon, Hathaway has some upcoming movies under her belt like the Cannes hit Armageddon Time, which received a seven-minute standing ovation from the audience. We’ll be sure to continue to see Anne Hathaway show that BDE in everything she does going forward.
  10. Which That's So Raven alum is returning for the spinoff's Season 5 finale? The first Raven’s Home trailer teased plenty of 2000s nostalgia, and it's provided plenty of that since it premiered in 2017. The Disney Channel series reunited stars Raven-Symoné and Annelise can der Pol and even featured a few supporting characters from is predecessor. However, some main That’s So Raven cast members alums haven’t appeared on the reboot. In Season 5, the actress’ TV dad, Rondell Sheridan, began playing the role of Victor Baxter on a regular basis again after his guest spot in Season 2 of the sitcom. But Victor’s return brought up another question – would we ever get to see his TV wife appear on the sequel series? Well, those hoping for such a thing are in for a real treat. Raven-Symoné’s TV mom, T’Keyah Crystal Keymáh, will reprise her role as matriarch Tanya Baxter for the Disney Channel spinoff’s Season 5 finale according to ET. In the season capper, premiering later this year, Tanya will return to help celebrate Victor’s 60th birthday. It will mark the first time the Baxter family will share the screen in more than a decade. The fourth member, Cory (played by Kyle Massey), won't be part of the episode, sadly. (Massey is currently experiencing legal issues.) Tanya's return is something that's seemingly been discussed for a little while. Before T’Keyah Crystal Keymáh formally returned to the role, her TV daughter had hinted at the actress’ possible return, telling ET: " Don't worry about that. Thank you everybody for loving Tanya as well. We love her so much… We definitely have to keep our fingers crossed. There's a call out to her as well. " Raven-Symoné seemed to be waiting for the right time for the actress to make her grand return. The mini-family reunion will be a huge pay-off for That’s So Raven fans, who been asking about the Baxter matriarch since the Disney Channel reboot began. The character of Tanya was written out after the third season of original show. With this, the lead actress of Raven’s Home went on to refresh fans' memories regarding where the matriarch has been since then: " And Tanya Baxter is still in England. She is living her full life as a lawyer and she sends money home, so thanks, Mom! How do you think we have this big house in San Francisco? Off a restaurant? I don't think so! " In actuality, T’Keyah Crystal Keymáh left the show to handle some family medical issues. As a result, it was explained in the fourth season that Tanya was attending law school in London. It's honestly crazy to think that the character is still there after all these years. Still, despite her living in another country, the Baxters’ marriage has managed to survive. Raven-Symoné also brings up a good point in that Tanya's income would be the reason why they're still able to afford such a nice San Francisco home. Season 5 has definitely been full of surprises. Along with Tanya Baxter, That’s So Raven and The Real alum Adrienne Houghton returned for the season as Raven Baxter’s archnemesis Alana Rivera. And the character was established as being the principal at their alma mater, Bayside High. The two former rivals cross paths because Raven’s son attends the same school. The show has yet to be formally renewed for a sixth season and, if it does, I'd be eager to see more veteran characters show up. But for now, I'll definitely just be grateful that T’Keyah Crystal Keymáh is back in the fold. If you want to check out every season of Raven’s Home, you can subscribe to Disney+. While you’re there, you can watch all four seasons of That’s So Raven as well as the best shows on the streamer.
  11. Pharrell's all-star headlining set featured Justin Timberlake, a reunited Clipse, T.I. and N.O.R.E. Pharrell and Clipse at Something in the Water Festival in Washington, D.C., on June 18, 2022. Pharrell Williams‘ Something in the Water Festival took over Washington, D.C., over Juneteenth weekend, with his all-star headlining set featuring Justin Timberlake, a reunited Clipse, T.I. and N.O.R.E. A highlight of the night with Pharrell’s “Phriends” included Clipse (Malice and Pusha T) performing live together for the first time in years, bringing tracks like “Mr. Me Too,” “What Happened to That Boy,” “Cot Damn,” and “Grindin'” to the stage. Meanwhile, Pharrell welcomed Timberlake to the show for “Senorita,” “Rock Your Body,” “My Love” with T.I., “Sexy Back” and “Like I Love You.” BTS Lands Sixth No. 1 Album on Billboard 200 Chart With 'Proof' 06/19/2022 Watch video clips from their Something in the Water appearances below. The festival, which launched in 2019 and celebrates art, culture and music, took place June 17-19 and was produced by Redrock Entertainment and Live Nation. Amazon Prime streamed the full fest on the Amazon Prime app and on the platform’s Twitch Channel.
  12. "Thank you for being the best dad to our babies and loving them the way you do!" she wrote to Ye. Kanye West and Kim Kardashian attend the 2020 Vanity Fair Oscar Party hosted by Radhika Jones at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on February 09, 2020 in Beverly Hills, California. Kim Kardashian is celebrating her ex Kanye West, the father of her four children, this Father’s Day. “Thank you for being the best dad to our babies and loving them the way you do! Happy Father’s Day Ye,” Kardashian, who is currently in a relationship with Pete Davidson, wrote with a sparkle emoji on Instagram on Sunday (June 19). Kardashian — who in April revealed the former couple had gone eight months without talking to one another at the beginning of their divorce, before getting back on speaking terms in time for Ye’s Donda listening parties — shared a cute photo of Ye smiling at North, Saint, Chicago and Psalm. “I hope we are the ‘co-parenting goals’ at the end of the day,” she’d noted in April. On Sunday, she also paid tribute to her own father figures — late dad Robert Kardashian and step-parent Caitlyn Jenner. Pharrell Brings Clipse, Justin Timberlake to the Stage at Something in the Water Festival 06/19/2022 “Happy Fathers Day to the best daddy ever!” Kardashian wrote of her dad. “The kids asked me how I would celebrate with you today if you’re all the way up in heaven and they gave me the cutest suggestions. I miss you and love with all my soul.” To Jenner, she wrote, “Thank you for raising us and being the best step dad.” See the Father’s Day messages on Kardashian’s Instagram Stories.
  13. The Toronto rapper's seventh album brought in 43% of the vote. Drake performs onstage at Hot 107.9 Birthday Bash Block Show at Phillips Arena on June 20, 2015 in Atlanta. Drake‘s surprise album, Honestly, Nevermind, has topped this week’s new music poll. Music fans voted in a poll published Friday (June 17) on Billboard, choosing the Toronto rapper’s seventh studio album as their favorite new music release of the past week. Honestly, Nevermind brought in 43% of the vote, beating out new music by Chlöe Bailey (“Surprise”), John Legend featuring Muni Long (“Honey”), FKA Twigs (“Killer”), and Lil Baby featuring 42 Dugg and Veeze (“U-Digg”). For his latest full-length project, Drake went against his usually well-calculated ways to announced Honestly, Nevermind just mere hours before it landed on streaming services Friday. The set arrives nine months after Certified Lover Boy, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 in September 2021. Every Song Ranked on Drake's 'Honestly, Nevermind' Album: Critic's Picks 06/19/2022 Drizzy elected to keep Honestly, Nevermind shorter than his typically overstuffed albums with a modest 14 songs. Those expecting a rap album were sadly mistaken, as the superstar rapper leans on the house music scene and bars are a rarity outside of a few tracks. Placing second on the past week’s tally with nearly 19% of the vote was the “other” category, followed by Chlöe’s steamy new single “Surprise” with 16%. The R&B starlet has been working toward the release of her highly-anticipated debut solo album since last summer. Finishing third with 10% of the vote was Legend’s sultry duet “Honey” with Long. Produced by Ryan Tedder, Steven Franks, Lindgren and Tommy Brown, the jazz-infused track finds the “All of Me” singer and Long taking one verse apiece to riff about how addictively sweet their respective lovers are over groovy, slow jam guitar strums. “Honey” will be featured on Legend’s forthcoming album of the same title. See the final results of this week’s new music release poll below. What's your favorite new music release of the week? (Poll Closed) Drake, 'Honestly, Nevermind' 43.2% Other: 18.4% Chlöe, "Surprise" 16% John Legend feat. Muni Long, “Honey” 10.4% FKA Twigs, “Killer” 7.2% Lil Baby feat. 42 Dugg & Veeze, “U-Digg” 4.8%
  14. The 81-year-old music icon last performed at Fenway Park in 2013. Neil Diamond Neil Diamond made a rare public appearance during the Boston Red Sox game at Fenway Park on Saturday (June 18) to sing one of his most popular anthems. The 81-year-old music icon — who retired from touring in 2018 after being diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease — stepped out during the 8th inning of the Red Sox’s battle against the St. Louis Cardinals to deliver a rousing rendition of his 1969 hit “Sweet Caroline.” Diamond last performed at Fenway Park in 2013, just days after the Boston Marathon bombing. “Sweet Caroline” has been an 8th inning tradition at the ballpark since 1997. Neil Diamond Stage Musical Reveals Its Broadway Veteran Star 06/19/2022 Standing alongside him was Broadway veteran Will Swenson, who plays the lead role in A Beautiful Noise, The Neil Diamond Musical, which premieres at Boston’s Emerson Colonial Theatre on Tuesday (June 21). The show is scheduled to hit Broadway this fall after its six-week run in Boston through July 31. Diamond announced his retirement from the live stage in 2018 after canceling dates in Australia and New Zealand, citing his Parkinson’s diagnosis. “I plan to remain active in writing, recording and other projects for a long time to come,” Diamond wrote on his website at the time. “This ride has been ‘so good, so good, so good’ thanks to you.” Watch Diamond perform “Sweet Caroline” with Swenson at Boston’s Fenway Park below.
  15. "Last night the love of my life got down on one knee and I said… YES!" Edwards wrote. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Perrie Edwards attend the 2019 BRIT Awards 2019 at the O2 Arena on Feb. 20, 2019 in London, England. Perrie Edwards and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain are engaged to be married. The Little Mix singer and the professional soccer player announced the news on Saturday (June 18). Edwards shared a series of photos of the romantic beach proposal — and a first look at her engagement ring — on Instagram. “Last night the love of my life got down on one knee and I said… YES!” she wrote, tagging her fiancé on the post. Little Mix bandmates Jade Thirlwall and Leigh-Anne Pinnock were among the many friends to leave congratulatory messages on the announcement. Thirlwall left a comment of happy emojis, while Pinnock said, “Best news! So happy for you both.” The now-trio’s latest release was Between Us, a stacked greatest-hits project, which dropped in November. In December, they said they had plans to take a little break after their spring tour, but that they’d be back: “Little Mix are here to stay.” Pharrell Brings Clipse, Justin Timberlake to the Stage at Something in the Water Festival 06/18/2022 Edwards and Oxlade-Chamberlain are parents to a baby named Axel, who was born on Aug. 21, 2021. See their engagement photos on Instagram.