More than a dozen women who accused Cosby of sexual assault spoke out on Thursday’s hour-long A&E Special entitled Cosby: The Women Speak. Actress Beverly Johnson revealed that Cosby drugged her and when she became aware of it, he sent her home in a taxi. She said to him, “You are a motherf—er, aren’t you?”
Check out a clip from another intense interview with Sarita Butterfield above.
The Transformers actress will play “Reagan,” described as a gorgeous, straight-shooting pharmaceutical sales rep who comes to town on business and shakes things up in the loft while Jess is on jury duty.
Fox will first appear in the sixth episode of the upcoming season, which is scheduled to premiere in January.
Producers of the Halle Berry film Kidnap claim Relativity Media has no right to hand over their unreleased film to a new owner and that Relativity also owes them $176,000 for re-shoots and an on-set photographer.
In a suit filed Thursday by Kidnap Holdings, LLC:
“Permitting Relativity to assume and assign the Distribution Agreement to a third party would prevent KHL from obtaining the full benefit of its bargain. It would also foist upon KHL a ‘creative team’ wholly unfamiliar with KHL – potentially composed of Wall Street bankers rather than Hollywood veterans.”
Although the release of the film has been pushed back, then pulled off the calendar altogether, Halle tweeted earlier this month that the movie would be out in February. Only time will tell.
In the new Steve Jobs film, director Danny Boyle isn’t shying away from telling the not-so-nice side of Jobs’ life.
In the trailer, Chrisann Brennan, Jobs’ ex-girlfriend and the mother of his child (of whom he reportedly denied parentage for years in court) told the Apple CEO, “Your Apple stock is worth $441 million, and your daughter and her mother are on welfare.”
Steve Jobs hits theaters Oct. 9. Check out the trailer above.