Actor Johnny Depp is suing his ex-wife, actress Amber Heard, in a $50 million defamation lawsuit, citing a piece she wrote for The Washington Post about domestic abuse. The complaint filed in the Circuit Court of Fairfax, Virginia called Heard’s ongoing allegations of domestic abuse by Depp “categorically and demonstrably false.” The lawsuit states: “They were part of an elaborate hoax to generate positive publicity for Ms. Heard and advance her career.”
Wendy Williams returned to her daytime talk show Monday after more than two months away to treat her Graves’ disease. Williams, 54, told her live audience: “I didn’t know whether you would wait for me, whether you would understand. I had no idea what to expect. Thank you so much for waiting for us.”
Seth Rogen has publicly confirmed that he will be joining the forthcoming revival of the classic “Twilight Zone” series, narrated and hosted by Jordan Peele. Rogen shared the news on Twitter, writing that the original series was a “favorite” of his. He wrote: “I’m gonna be on the Twilight Zone, which is one of my favorite shows of all time.”
Green Book scored the biggest post-Oscar bump of any best picture winner in eight years at the domestic box office over the weekend. The film grossed $4.7 million from 2,641 cinemas over the March 1-3 frame — its 16th weekend in release — just a week after it’s victory at the 91st Academy Awards. No movie taking home the statuette for best picture has earned that much post-Oscars since The King’s Speech in 2011.