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PICS: See the Celebs at Hurricane Benefit Telethon

J.J. Abrams will write and direct “Star Wars:  Episode 9,” replacing Colin Treverrow, who cut ties with Lucasfilm.  Producer Kathleen Kennedy said, “With ‘The Force Awakens,’ J.J. delivered everything we could have possibly hoped for, and I am so excited that he is coming back to close out this trilogy.”  Disney also pushed the release date to December 20th, 2019.

 

J.J. Abrams to write and direct #StarWars Episode IX. Click the link in our profile for more!

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#StarWars: Episode IX is scheduled for release on December 20, 2019.

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Crew

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Disney also announced their live action version of “Aladdin” will hit theaters May 24, 2019.

Hollywood’s biggest stars came together last night for “Hand in Hand: A Benefit for Hurricane Relief” to raise money for Hurricane Harvey and Irma relief.  So far, the telethon has raised $44 million and counting.

 

Yes. #handinhand

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#handinhand

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Watch #handinhand tonight and please donate at www.handinhand2017.com

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“Dancing with the Stars” judge Carrie Ann Inaba and Robb Derringer have quietly ended their engagement after nine months.  Carrie Ann was spotted without her engagement ring at a recent event, and just a few days ago she posted a cryptic message about life changing on Instagram.

 

...🙏🏻...🦋...💔

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Actress Rebel Wilson was awarded over $3 million in her defamation case against Australian media company Bauer Media.  Rebel argued in court that articles published by the group accusing her of lying about personal details about herself were inaccurate and caused her to lose out on two roles.

 

Today was the end of a long and hard court battle against Bauer Media who viciously tried to take me down with a series of false articles. When the jury delivered its verdict they answered every single question in my favor. I am eternally grateful to those ladies. Today Justice Dixon gave his considered full judgement. He accepted that Bauer Media subjected me to a sustained and malicious attack timed precisely to the launch of Pitch Perfect 2. It was hurtful and devastating that a corporation would do something like that, knowing that their paid anonymous source and stories were dodgy. The learned judge accepted without qualification that I had an extremely high reputation and that the damage inflicted on me was substantial. He said that the nature of this aggravated defamation and the unprecedented extent of its dissemination (meaning it caused a worldwide media firestorm) makes vindication of particular importance. It was important for me to set the record straight, especially because I have so many young fans. I also feel like it's important to stand up to bullies. I have been awarded a record sum from Justice Dixon. I will be putting that money to good use by donating it to charity and investing in an Australian film ( but obviously can't say exactly or do anything now as I won't receive the money until everything is finalized). I thank Justice Dixon so much. And I'm looking forward to getting back to entertaining everyone!

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