Inside the Fallout After Scarlett Johansson Sues Disney

Epic legal battles almost never get this massive. But on Thursday, one of the biggest stars in Hollywood sued the biggest entertainment company on the planet, sending shockwaves across an entertainment landscape already reeling from months of disruptions and shifting paradigms.

In one corner, Scarlett Johansson, who claims that the Walt Disney Company has cheated her by releasing “Black Widow” simultaneously on Disney Plus and in theaters. In the other, is Disney, which tore into the actress in unusually personal terms in a statement Thursday, calling her claims “sad and distressing” and accusing her of showing “callous

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Old Movie Has Become a Meme Factory – IGN The Fix: Entertainment

M. Night Shyamalan’s Old movie has generated more than a few bucks at the box office for the famed director. It also generated more than a few memes across the Internet. The film about a family who learns that a secluded beach they’re on is causing them to age rapidly, gave birth to a collection of Old-memes that will surely age a little better. Old dank memes! In other entertainment news, Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quatumania is now in production! Director Peyton Reed returns to helm the latest outing of the Avengers’ smallest badasses starring Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly

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aespa Ready for ‘Next Level’ With Back-to-Back K-Pop Hits

SM Entertainment and its newest K-pop act aespa are ready for the “Next Level,” as the girls’ latest song proves.

The group’s newest single is a remake of A$ton Wyld’s “Next Level,” which was part of the movie soundtrack for Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw, and the new version transforms the track into a hip-hop dance song to showcase the SM style performance. Their music video and catchy choreography have gotten a lot of attention too, and you can look no further than the Billboard charts to see just how popular the all-female act is. Released May

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18-year-old woman killed in California movie theatre shoot-out

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A double shooting in a California movie theatre has left one woman dead and a man with life-threatening injuries.

Just before midnight on Monday, officers responded to a call from a movie theatre in The Crossing, a shopping and entertainment complex in Corona.

Police found a 19-year-old male and an 18-year-old female both suffering from gunshot wounds, according to a statement made by the Corona Police Department.

The woman died at the scene, and the man was taken to a nearby hospital in a critical condition. The identities of the victims have not yet been released, as

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Movie Vampire Mythology Explained

Like many fictitious monsters, the origin of vampires can be traced back centuries to a time when myth and medicine went hand in hand. In the 16th century, accounts of European villagers whose bodies didn’t decompose in normal course and corpses that had “fresh” blood in their stomachs were some of the earliest known examples of vampirism being treated as a real-life disease. Also, a lack of understanding when it came to certain illnesses — like porphyria, which can cause an intense sensitivity to sunlight — may have contributed to the characteristics people associated with vampirism. Eventually, this theory

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Movies are making a comeback at Maine theaters

Amber Dews had a great time seeing “Space Jam: A New Legacy” on the big screen in mid-July, but the experience also brought up twinges of guilt.

It had been the first time that Dews and her family had seen a movie in a theater in more than a year and half. She wore a mask, felt safe and enjoyed seeing the animated characters come to life while reclining in plush leather seats at Falmouth’s Flagship Cinemas. But seeing the film also got her thinking about whether she and her family – including her husband and three children – will

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