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Following sexual abuse allegations against actor Kevin Spacey, director Ridley Scott has cut him entirely from his new film, ‘All the Money in the World,’ just weeks before the Dec. 22 release. Spacey’s scenes will be re-filmed with actor Christopher Plummer.
George Clooney was thrown off his motorcycle several yards into the air after a car veered suddenly into his lane. His spokesperson said he’s fine and recovering at home. Clooney was in Sardinia, Italy, filming a TV miniseries adapted from the novel ‘Catch-22.’
Eclectic, Academy Award-winning actor Christopher Walken is known for a wide array of screen roles, from ‘The Deer Hunter’ and ‘A View to a Kill’ to ‘Hairspray’ and ‘Peter Pan,’ also having hosted ‘Saturday Night Live’ multiple times and serving as a music video icon.
Academy Award winner Denzel Washington returns to the big screen to dish out his brand of cinematic justice in 'The Equalizer 2.' The Antoine Fuqua-directed film also features Melissa Leo, Bill Pullman and 'Moonlight' breakout star Ashton Sanders.
Academy Award-winning Scottish actor Sean Connery is best known for playing 007 in the first James Bond spy movies. He has also starred in an array of other projects, including 'Robin and Marian,' 'The Name of the Rose,' 'The Untouchables,' 'The Hunt for Red October' and 'Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.'
Morgan Freeman's lawyer is demanding an apology and retraction from CNN for its May 24 story in which eight women "unjustly" accused the actor of sexual harassment. A CNN spokesperson said the network stands by its reporting.
Robert De Niro apologized to Canadians for Donald Trump’s behavior at the G7 following an f-bomb filled rant at last week’s Tony Awards. Meanwhile, his Broadway show, ‘A Bronx Tale,’ was interrupted by a Trump protester, while the president criticized the film star’s IQ on Twitter.
The HBO documentary 'Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind' explores the late comedian's insatiable need to keep people laughing. "That laugh is a drug," notes fellow funnyman Billy Crystal in the doc. "That thrill is really hard to replace with anything else."