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Gwyneth Paltrow’s skiing incident in 2016 will finally be brought to justice



Gwyneth Paltrow may be an Oscar-winning playwright, but when was the last time she played Marvel’s Pepper Potts (or herself, like last year? She said)? Fun fact: This is the 2015 comedy Mortdecai. Currently, she’s mostly about Goop, where she’s peddling things like a “vagina candle” that almost exploded one day and hurt someone. Speaking of which, you may remember the time in 2016 when she was involved in a skiing incident that caused a retired optometrist to allegedly fall ill. Now, seven years later, the trial is due to begin on Tuesday. And it’s difficult.

according to New York PostPaltrow may or may not appear in court in Park City, Utah, where she can defend herself against accusations of seriously injuring one Terry Sanderson. He claimed that Paltrow “went out of control” while skiing on the slopes of Park City and crashed right into him. Sanderson says he is left with a head injury, broken ribs and a loss of enjoyment of life.

But Paltrow and her lawyers say it’s nonsense. First, Paltrow claims that it was Sanderson who gave her “a blow to the whole body.” Moreover, they cast doubt on Sanderson’s claims that he developed health problems because of her. He had 15 other chronic problems, they said, and brain tests done afterwards showed “no deficit in his cognitive function.”

She also says that Sanderson just doesn’t remember exactly what happened.

“RS. Paltrow remembers very clearly what happened,” Paltrow said in a counter statement. Paltrow got angry at the plaintiff and said so. The plaintiff apologized.”

The two will fight to convince the jury that their version of the story is correct. No matter what happens, neither side will receive a huge salary. Sanderson asked for $3.1 million, but the judge ruled that he could not claim punitive damages and therefore could only claim $300,000. Paltrow, meanwhile, is looking for just $1, which is $74 less than what it takes to buy a “vagina candle” on Goop, excluding taxes and shipping.

(By using New York Post)

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“Shazam!” The director is ready to abandon the “superhero discourse”



David F. Sandberg and Rachel Zegler Urge Critics of Shazam! Fury of the Gods” on Twitter.

Superhero sequel by New Line Cinema and Warner Bros. debuted in theaters over the weekend and grossed a disappointing $30.5 million, beating relatively modest expectations of $35 million.

This makes him one of the worst opening weekend performers for the DC Comics franchise, ahead of only Wonder Woman 1984 and The Suicide Squad. both came out during the pandemic and were made available for streaming immediately upon release.

On Rotten Tomatoes, The Tomatometer received a critical acclaim of 53% on Monday afternoon, with an audience score of 88%.

Rachel Zegler, who plays Anthea, Atlas’ youngest daughter, in the Shazam sequel, reacted to this weekend’s poor box office performance by urging people on Twitter to give the film a shot.

“Hey, our movie is really good!” Zegler tweeted Saturday. “but mostly I just really enjoyed doing it and the people I met doing it 🙂 go and see! give it a chance. we have 85% of the audience for a reason.”

“Some people out there are just… needlessly mean” she continued. “And it’s unnecessary. and I know, I know, “if you can’t handle the heat…” and all that nonsense, and you’re right. but our film is actually very good. it’s just cool to hate fun these days. This is fine. were good.”

On Monday, director David F. Sandberg also lamented the reaction to the film, tweeting that it had just received the “lowest critic score” for Rotten Tomatoes and the “highest audience score for the same film.”

“Critically, I didn’t expect a repeat of the first movie, but I was still a little surprised because I think it’s a good movie. Well, the Swedish filmmaker. tweeted.

The first Shazam! The film earned $53.5 million in its opening weekend of 2019.

‘Annabelle: Creation’ director completes his tweet a thread saying that he has no regrets about making “Shazam!” movies “if only for a minute”, but was looking forward to switching off from the stresses of “online superhero discourse” and returning to the horror genre.

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‘Theda Lasso’ Cast Visits The White House To Promote Mental Health



Actor and comedian Jason Sudeikis, who played the football coach of the same name on the show. “Ted Lasso” visited the White House on Monday – accompanied by the cast of the hit show – to encourage people to make it a habit to check on the mental health of their friends, family and colleagues, and to “ask how they are doing and listen sincerely.”

Comedian Jason Sudeikis, who plays the protagonist, an American who coaches a football team in London, and other actors met with President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden to talk about how mental health contributes to overall well-being.

Mental health and caring for each other is the theme of the show, Sudeikis told reporters from a pulpit in the White House briefing room as he helped press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre open her daily briefing. The Emmy-winning, enjoyable show on Apple TV+ has just opened its third season.

“While this is easier said than done, we also need to know that we should not be afraid to ask for help ourselves,” Sudeikis said. “It takes a lot, especially when it comes with a negative stigma like mental health, and it shouldn’t be that way.

Jason Sudeikis of Ted Lasso speaks from the podium at the White House as actors Tohib Jimo, Brett Goldstein, Hannah Waddingham and Brendan Hunt join press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre at the daily press briefing, March 20, 2023, Washington. , COLUMBIA REGION.

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“And if you can get help from a professional, fantastic,” he continued. “If it has to be a loved one, just as good, in so many ways.”

Mental health is part of Biden’s bipartisan “unity agenda.” He also urged lawmakers to devote more resources to fighting what some are calling the crisis. The administration has also increased funding to support the new 988 suicide and crisis line and send more mental health professionals to schools.

Sudeikis said seeking help shouldn’t be a stigma because everyone knows someone who needed someone to lean on or was that person themselves.

“No matter who you are, where you live, no matter who you voted for, we all probably, I guess we all know someone who was or was that someone actually who fought who felt isolated, felt anxious, felt alone,” he said.

“It’s actually one of the many things, believe it or not, that we all have in common as humans,” Sudeikis continued. “It means that this is something we can all and should talk about with each other when we feel this way or when we acknowledge it in someone who feels this way.”

He made a special appeal to the residents of the capital.

“I know a lot of people in this city don’t always agree, right, and don’t always feel heard, seen, heard,” Sudeikis said. “But I truly believe that we should all do our best to take care of each other. This is my personal conviction. I think everyone here on stage believes that.”

Following his appearance at a White House briefing, Sudeikis answered a question, albeit from one of the press staff, British actor James Lance, who plays The Independent sportswriter Trent Krimm on Ted Lasso.

“How do you feel about Kansas City being named one of the host cities for the 2026 FIFA World Cup?” Lance asked. Both Sudeikis and Ted Lasso from Kansas City. (In fact, Kansas City was chosen to host the World Cup.)

Sudeikis joked, “So I was hoping for a softball,” before adding, “You know what? To be honest, I’m very excited. Kansas City will be one of those teams. I mean, I love this city. He went on to say, “What genuinely worries me is that once we get all these people from all over the world to come to Kansas City and see our city, eat our food, meet our people, you will have, u you will know a lot of people who will not want to leave.”

The Bidens have seen some of “Ted Lasso” and are familiar with his messages of hope and kindness, the White House said.

Joining Sudeikis for the daily briefing were actors Hannah Waddingham, Brett Goldstein, Brendan Hunt and Tohib Jimo.

Sudeikis and his cast were the latest entertainers to visit the White House and join in on the issues that the Democratic president and first lady are raising awareness about.

Singer Olivia Rodrigo visited the country during the pandemic to help young people like her get vaccinated against COVID-19. BTS, a popular Korean boy band, has been instrumental in engaging Asian people and combating prejudice against Asian Americans.

Actor Matthew McConaughey made an impassioned call for tougher gun laws last year following the Uvalde, Texas elementary school shooting that killed 19 children and two teachers.

Singer and actors Mary J. Blige and Selena Gomez, along with Jill Biden, took part in separate events focusing on cancer awareness and youth mental health, respectively.

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