Edward Norton’s production company is being sued for $7 million by residents of a building destroyed in a fire that killed a firefighter. They claim that Norton’s company, Class 5 Films, which was filming ‘Motherless Brooklyn,’ knew the fire broke out but didn’t warn residents.
Gymnast Aly Raisman accepted the ESPYs' Arthur Ashe Courage Award on behalf of the numerous victims of Larry Nassar's sexual abuse. "To all the survivors out there, don't let anyone rewrite your story," she said. "Your truth does matter, you matter and you are not alone."
The ‘New York Times’ published a piece on Uma Thurman accusing not only Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault but claiming her ‘Kill Bill’ director Quentin Tarantino forced her to do a car stunt that resulted in injuries, spat in her face and strangled her with a chain.
Mark Wahlberg shared his daily routine on Instagram: His day starts at 2:30 am and includes two meals, a workout and a round of golf before 8 am. He also schedules time for cryo chamber recovery. After picking up his kids from school, he has a second workout and shower, dinner/family time and is in bed by 7:30.
Michael Bloomberg will write a $4.5 million check to cover the 2018 U.S. financial commitment to the Paris Climate Agreement after President Trump pulled out last year. The former NYC mayor and billionaire said he hopes Trump will have changed his mind by next year.
When former President Bill Clinton met George H.W. Bush at his home, Bush wore socks featuring the face the man who beat him at his second-term election more than 25 years ago. “Luckily I had a freshly laundered pair of @BillClinton socks to mark the occasion,” he tweeted.
Trump allowed the immediate release of 2,800 records by the National Archives. However thousands of other papers on JFK’s untimely death were withheld for “national security, law enforcement, and foreign affairs concerns.”