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In case of a change in cabin pressure, let Oscar winner Cuba Gooding Jr. show you how to put on your oxygen mask.
Air New Zealand may have found the one thing that will keep you from zoning out during their preflight safety instructions: two of your favorite celebs as the stars. In the airline’s latest video, titled “A Fantastical Journey,” Gooding Jr. and Katie Holmes, with the help of two actual flight attendants, demonstrate some safety features of your aircraft and prance around a weird and wonderful version of New Zealand’s surreal landscape.
Related: Celebrity Vacations: Reese Witherspoon Braves a Whole-Family Getaway, »
- Mackenzie Schmidt
S-Town, Missing Richard Simmons, The Heart, and more. »
- Nicholas Quah
You never know what will be waiting for you in the woods... In today's Horror Highlights, we have two clips from the upcoming thriller Without Name, as well as details on the Nitehawk Shorts Festival Selects program, Frontières returning to the Fantasia International Film Festival, and the official trailer for The Passing.
Without Name Clips: Press Release: "Los Angeles, California (June 16, 2017) - Global Digital Releasing has set a distribution date for the award winning dramatic thriller Without Name. The North American release will be across multiple digital and VOD platforms, beginning Tuesday, June 20.
The story follows land surveyor Eric (Alan McKenna). He travels to a remote, unnamed Irish woodland to assess its suitability for a new development project. However, the assignment it is not as simple as it could be. Intrigued by the woods’ foreboding mysticism, Eric finds himself drawn into a dangerous game that could lead to him becoming »
- Derek Anderson
Kym Herjavec is loving her new dance fitness studio, The Bod!
Watch: Richard Simmons Is Closing His Iconic Exercise Studio in Los Angeles
While chatting with the 40-year-old dancer, we learned that her husband, Robert Herjavec, was in on the plan to purchase it in February. Developers were considering turning it into an office space before the Herjavecs came in with a better idea.
"I saw an article that [Richard] was closing the doors, so Robert and I actually got in the car and said, 'I want to go check it out,'" Kym explained. "I'm so lucky that I've got Robert to actually go through this with and for him to help me through everything. It's the first business I've ever had. It's brand new »
In an exclusive statement to Et, the 68-year-old fitness guru responded to the former Dancing With the Stars pro opening The Bod workout studio in March, after Slimmons closed in November. "I have not been to the studio since it closed, but I wish Kym all the best of everything in that space," he said. "Some of my greatest memories are from Slimmons and the thousands of wonderful people that came through those doors to sweat with me."
Watch: Missing Richard Simmons Host Talks Possible Theories Surrounding Fitness Mogul's Retreat From Public
Simmons also revealed that he kept some items from his studio for safe keeping. "The Slimmons sign has been preserved as has my gorgeous disco ball," he noted.
After closing Slimmons last year, Simmons released a statement to Et praising the studio's patrons, while »
Wpp, the British advertising giant, has quietly invested in some of the most interesting content developers on the landscape, including Imagine Entertainment, The Weinstein Company and Media Rights Capital. Now the owner of ad agencies like Young & Rubicam and Jwt wants to ramp up its efforts
The company’s GroupM, known for helping marketers allocate advertising dollars into media, has launched a new content investment and rights management company known as Motion Content Group. The new unit “will invest and partner with the world’s leading talent, producers and distributors to fund, develop, produce and distribute premium content.” Motion also supports Wpp’s content investments, which also include MediaPro and All Def Digital, a venture of the entrepreneur Richard Simmons.
“With new content companies such as Netflix and Amazon growing rapidly, the competition for premium content is heating up across the globe,” said Sir Martin Sorrell, chief executive of Wpp, in »
- Brian Steinberg
From arrests to longtime relationship success, here’s the latest out of La La Land.
Dance Moms star Abby Lee Miller has been sentenced to a year and one day in a federal prison, with two years supervised release, in her long-running bankruptcy fraud case.
Miller, 50, was additionally fined $40,000 and ordered to pay a $120,000 judgement.
In October 2015, Miller was charged with attempting to hide $775,000 of income from her Lifetime series and its spin-off, Abby’s Ultimate Dance Competition, as well as multiple other projects during Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings. She allegedly hid the »
- Lindsay Kimble
[[tmz:video id="0_7sqtb9jr"]] Richard Simmons isn't anti-lgbt by suing "National Enquirer" over a story claiming he's been transitioning to a woman ... at least not according to transgender model Carmen Carrera. 'Enquirer' claims Simmons isn't pro-lgbt because his suit claims defamation and that suggests being transgender is a bad thing. Carrera says that's just Bs. Zion Moreno -- a trans model who is vying for a shot in the next Sports Illustrated Swimsuit edition -- says it doesn't matter »
- TMZ Staff
On Monday, Richard Simmons filed a bombshell lawsuit against the National Enquirer and its publisher for four counts of libel and one count of invasion of privacy for publishing allegedly untrue stories about why the fitness guru has retreated from the spotlight, including stories about him transitioning from male to female.
“He didn’t want to take it anymore. He’s reached his limit of tolerance,” Simmons’ lawyer Neville L. Johnson, a founding partner of Beverly Hills law firm Johnson & Johnson, Llp, tells People of why he chose to file the complaint. “He has denied consistently, and they are relentless. »
- Gabrielle Olya
Richard Simmons is suing tabloid magazine The National Enquirer for publishing stories saying the exercise guru is undergoing sex change therapy. Richard Simmons Sues National Enquirer On Monday, Simmons, 68, filed a libel lawsuit against the news source and its publishers. He also claims that his former assistant, Mauro Oliveira “blackmailed, extorted, and stalked” him. Simmons has been keeping […]
The post Richard Simmons Suing ‘National Enquirer’ Over Sex Change Story appeared first on uInterview. »
- Hillary Luehring-Jones
Richard Simmons‘s lawsuit against the National Enquirer and its publisher revealed the shocking allegation that he has been “blackmailed, extorted and stalked” by his former associate Mauro Oliveira over the last two years.
The lawsuit, filed in Los Angeles Superior Court on Monday, repeats the assertion from Simmons’ longtime rep Michael Catalano that the star is not transitioning to a woman, despite articles published in the National Enquirer and Radar Online claiming otherwise.
“This case is about a particularly egregious and hurtful campaign of defamations and privacy invasions, falsely asserting that Mr. Simmons is transitioning from a male to a female, »
- Julie Mazziotta and Liz McNeil
[[tmz:video id="0_08ihaybl"]] Kellyanne Conway is amused ... she hasn't pulled a Richard Simmons vanishing act -- not even close. We got the Counselor to the Prez Monday at Reagan National Airport and she made it clear ... 'SNL' got it all wrong, because she's been around the whole time. She's been on the road trying to find solutions to opioid abuse. She gives a shout-out to her favorite cable network and scurries off into the sunset. Read »
- TMZ Staff
Richard Simmons is headed to court.
The reclusive former fitness guru is suing the National Enquirer and Radar for four counts of libel and one count of invasion of privacy, according to court documents obtained by Et.
"Richard and I are very pleased that his side of the story could be voiced today through the filing of the lawsuit against National Enquirer, Inc., Radaronline, LLC American Media, Inc. We truly feel the complaint speaks for itself," Simmons' manager, Michael Catalano, tells Et exclusively. "In typical fashion the Enquirer and Radar are denying all responsibility for their reckless and damaging reporting. We look forward to getting the facts of the case before the public."
The filing, which seeks an unspecified amount of damages, alleges that the tabloid outlets falsely asserted that the 68-year-old was undergoing sex change surgery.
Watch: Richard Simmons Takes to Facebook to Thank Hospital and Police After Hospitalization
“This case is about a particularly egregious »
The National Enquirer has now lobbed another claim at reclusive fitness guru Richard Simmons — that he’s a big hypocrite. After reporting that Simmons is undergoing a sex change — and getting sued for it by Simmons — the National Enquirer published a scathing response to Simmons’ lawsuit Monday afternoon, calling the beloved fitness icon “hypocritical.” “For decades, Richard Simmons has used his outrageous behavior to build his brand and his bank account,” the Enquirer’s response reads. “For Mr. Simmons to claim that his privacy has been invaded is hypocritical when his entire livelihood is based upon the public consumption of. »
- Tim Kenneally
After years of media speculation over the whereabouts of Richard Simmons, he is speaking up for himself—with a lawsuit. The star filed a lawsuit against American Media, Inc., Radar Online, LLC, and National Enquirer, Inc. on Monday in Los Angeles Superior Court for four counts of libel and one count of invasion of privacy. In the court documents obtained by E! News, Simmons and his legal team take aim at reports by The National Enquirer and Radar Online alleging that Simmons was transitioning, including claims of "breast implants, hormone treatments, and consultations on medical castration." "Mr. Simmons, like every person in this nation, has a legal right to insist »
Remember those tabloid reports claiming that the reason why Richard Simmons hasn’t been seen in public for years is because he’s in the process of transitioning into a woman named Fiona? Simmons does, and he’s siccing his lawyers on the National Enquirer, Radar Online and American Media Inc. for publishing the reports of his “shocking sex […] »
- Brent Furdyk
The entertainer is also going up against Radar Online and American Media Inc for a ‘cruel’ story that alleged he underwent a number of procedures
Richard Simmons is suing the National Enquirer, Radar Online and American Media Inc over a story that alleged he underwent gender reassignment surgery.
Related: Richard Simmons makes statement for first time in a year: 'I'm not missing'
Related: Missing Richard Simmons: is the hit podcast an elaborate stalking stunt?
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- Guardian staff
2:25 Pm Pt -- The National Enquirer says Richard Simmons' lawsuit is ironic ... since he claims to support Lgbtq rights, and is now claiming he was defamed by its story he was transitioning to a woman. What's really ironic is ... Simmons said exactly that in his lawsuit -- that the Enquirer was gambling he wouldn't sue because it would make it seem like he thinks there's something wrong with people who transition. The Enquirer adds, »
- TMZ Staff
Richard Simmons has surfaced once again — this time in the legal arena. Fitness expert Simmons — whose private lifestyle has made him the subject of headlines lately — has slapped National Enquirer with a libel lawsuit, over “cruel and malicious” reports that suggested Simmons had undergone a sex change. The lawsuit, filed in Los Angeles Superior Court on Monday, takes aim at reports from the Enquirer and its sister publication Radar Online, which is also named as a defendant in the suit. Also Read: Richard Simmons Makes First Public Statement in 3 Years: 'I'm Not Missing' According to the complaint, the publications »
- Tim Kenneally
Richard Simmons is alleging that a former associate, Mauro Oliveira, had “blackmailed, extorted and stalked” him in a bombshell lawsuit filed Monday against the National Enquirer and their publishers.
The fitness guru, 68, who has not been seen publicly since February 2014, says Oliveira’s extortion led to his further retreat from the spotlight.
The lawsuit, filed in Los Angeles Superior Court, alleges that Oliveira — who was not named as a defendant in the suit — was selling false and libelous information about Simmons to the National Enquirer and Radar Online, both owned by American Media, Inc.
“Since early 2014, Mr. Simmons has taken »
- Julie Mazziotta and Liz McNeil
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