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Bill Cosby's two-day sentencing hearing is underway following his conviction for drugging and sexually assaulting a Temple University employee in 2004. This past April, Cosby was convicted on three aggravated indecent sexual assault charges. Each charge carries a prison sentence of up to 10 years.
‘Thor’ co-stars Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson are slated to star in a reboot of ‘Men in Black.’ The movie, slated to be released in June 2019, features new characters instead of Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones, with Steven Spielberg as executive producer.
After announcing in March 2018 that his company, Outlier Society, will adopt an "inclusion rider," WarnerMedia has officially teamed up with Michael B. Jordan to improve diversity in film, starting with his new movie, 'Just Mercy.' "I applaud them for taking this enormous step forward,” Jordan said.
Bryan Cranston is joining Angelina Jolie in ‘The One and Only Ivan,’ a movie about a gorilla who lives in a cage in a mall with a baby elephant and a stray dog. Cranston, who was nominated for an Oscar for ‘Trumbo’ and is currently on the London stage, will play a failing circus owner.
Alexander Skarsgard, who won a spate of awards this year for his role in the TV series ‘Big Little Lies,’ stars as a mute bartender in a just-released Netflix film set in 2052, ‘Mute.’ When his girlfriend goes missing, Skarsgard goes on a hunt to find her with the help of seedy characters played by Paul Rudd and Justin Theroux.
George Clooney was the highest-paid actor of 2018, according to ‘Forbes.’ The actor raked in a career-high $239 million pre-tax, not for his movie roles but largely thanks to the sale of his company, Casamigos Tequila, for $1 billion to the British liquor company Diageo last June.
‘Vanity Fair’ revealed it removed James Franco’s image from its Hollywood issue cover, which featured stars including Tom Hanks and Oprah, due to sexual misconduct allegations -- a highly unusual last-minute move. Franco has denied accusations of wrongdoing.