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Paul McCartney roasted Bruce Springsteen at the Ivor Novello Awards on Thursday. The Beatle joked that other singers were more deserving of his lifetime achievement award. McCartney joked Bob Dylan, Beyoncé, and Taylor Swift would be more fitting recipients. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementSir Paul McCartney roasted Bruce Springsteen when he presented him with a lifetime achievement award at the Ivor Novello Awards on Thursday, and joked that stars including Taylor Swift were more deserving.
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Rian Johnson is taking Benoit Blanc back to America in "Wake Up Dead Man." "Knives Out" is set in a quirky mansion in Massachusetts, while "Glass Onion" takes place on a Greek island owned by Edward Norton's egotistical billionaire, Miles Bron. Business Insider spoke to director Rian Johnson back in December 2022, and he revealed that "Wake Up Dead Man" will be set in the US. I obviously couldn't work during the strike, and now that it's over, I'm diving in full force, and so it's coming along," said Johnson. "I've got the premise, I've got the setting, I've got what the movie is in my head.
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Read previewWarning, spoilers ahead for "Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga." "Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga" stars Anya Taylor-Joy as a young Imperator Furiosa, the warrior who was originally played by Charlize Theron in 2015's "Mad Max: Fury Road" opposite Tom Hardy as Max Rockatansky. AdvertisementBecause "Furiosa" exists in the "Mad Max" franchise and takes place shortly before "Fury Road," some fans might wonder whether Hardy reprises his role as Max. Max is in "Furiosa," but Tom Hardy isn't. Tom Hardy as Max Rockatansky next to his car in "Mad Max: Fury Road."
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Sean "Diddy" Combs and singer Cassie were together for over a decade. In November 2023, Cassie accused Diddy of rape and abuse in a lawsuit. In May 2024, Cassie spoke out after CNN published a video appearing to show Combs assaulting her. AdvertisementSinger Cassie has accused her former partner and record label boss, Sean "Diddy" Combs, of rape and abuse over the course of their decade-long relationship. This story is available exclusively to Business Insider subscribers.
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Read previewJeremy Renner recalled the moment he saw his own eyeball during the accident when he was run over by a snowplow. This story is available exclusively to Business Insider subscribers. In the 911 call obtained by Business Insider, his neighbor said at the time: "Someone's in front of my house on the ground. The actor later underwent surgery for "blunt chest trauma." "I jumped back on it, or tried to, and got caught up in the tracks, and it broke 38 bones, and it was brutal, dude.
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"Baby Reindeer" tells the real-life story of an aspiring comedian who is stalked by an older woman. The show became a pop culture phenomenon after fans hunted for the person the stalker was based on. Here are some other bizarre true crime shows and documentaries to watch after "Baby Reindeer." download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementNetflix has turned the true crime genre into a goldmine in the last decade, with "Baby Reindeer" its latest huge success.
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OpenAI removed a ChatGPT voice that sounded like Scarlett Johansson after she lawyered up. AdvertisementOpenAI made an enemy of Scarlett Johansson when it launched a ChatGPT voice that sounds a lot like her. The superstar could be a foe that Sam Altman's AI company regrets tangling with. The company had asked her to collaborate on a voice product, she said — but she turned it down. This story is available exclusively to Business Insider subscribers.
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Read previewLiam Neeson and Sharon Stone said they want Kevin Spacey to return to Hollywood, seven years after Spacey was unofficially blacklisted when "Star Trek: Discovery" actor Anthony Rapp accused him of sexual assault. Spacey has faced a number of sexual assault allegations in recent years. In October 2022, a New York jury found Spacey not liable for battery in the sexual assault lawsuit Rapp filed against him. AdvertisementSeparately, four men in London accused Spacey of sexual assault, and he faced nine sexual offense charges over incidents alleged to have taken place between 2001 and 2013. AdvertisementNeeson, Stone, and British TV star Stephen Fry have come forward to defend Spacey after the documentary "Spacey Unmasked" documentary was released in May.
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Read preview"The Pillowcase Murders" puts the convicted murderer Billy Chemirmir in the spotlight. The Paramount Plus docuseries details how authorities accused him of killing 22 older women between 2016 and 2018, though he was only found guilty of two murders. Chemirmir attacked women living in nursing homes and senior living communities in Texas, prosecutors alleged. AdvertisementHe posed as a maintenance man to gain entry into the building and then used pillows to smother his victims, prosecutors said. AdvertisementAccording to press releases from prosecutors, Chemirmir was ultimately accused of killing 13 women in Dallas County and 9 in Collin County.
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Read previewJessica Gunning, the actor who plays Martha Scott in "Baby Reindeer," said she "avoid" knowing about the real woman her character was based on. Since it was released in April, "Baby Reindeer" has blown up, and has been watched over 60 million times, according to Netflix. The buzz grew as audiences tried to find the real woman who Scott was based on. Like Richard said when he posted that message on social media, that's not the point of our show." AdvertisementTrue crime shows like "Baby Reindeer" blur the line between entertainment and reality, something that Gunning understands.
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Read previewNetflix seemingly has no plans for "Baby Reindeer" season two, but the Fiona Harvey controversy could easily be turned into a drama series of its own. Netflix could now dramatize the controversy surrounding Harvey and Gadd, which has unfolded since the show's release on April 11. Piers Morgan and Fiona Harvey on "Piers Morgan Uncensored." Piers Morgan Uncensored/YouTubeA second season could take a similar approach to another biographical Netflix drama: "Scoop." Considering the delicate nature of the events surrounding Gadd, Harvey, and Morgan, it would make sense to cast actors to play them.
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Warning: Spoilers ahead for "The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power" season one. The season two trailer shows Sauron (Charlie Vickers) causing chaos in Middle-earth. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementSauron is making his return to Middle-earth in the second season of "The Lord of The Rings: The Rings of Power", where the Dark Lord will be front and center. This story is available exclusively to Business Insider subscribers.
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Read previewFiona Harvey claimed that Piers Morgan paid her £250 ($313) to interview her about "Baby Reindeer," and said she wants £1 million ($1.25 m) from him instead. But Harvey denied doing that in real life and described Gadd as "psychotic" during a 54-minute long interview on "Piers Morgan Uncensored." After previously saying she felt "used" by Morgan, in an interview with the Daily Record published on Tuesday, Harvey criticized Morgan's show for paying her £250. Harvey also claimed that the broadcaster didn't interact with her while she was on the "Piers Morgan Uncensored" set. Representatives for "Piers Morgan Uncensored" responded to a request for comment from BI by pointing toward Tuesday's episode of the ITV chatshow, "Lorraine."
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Piers Morgan said he thinks the alleged "Baby Reindeer" stalker, Fiona Harvey, lied to him during their interview. The broadcaster interviewed Harvey about the series and asked if she really stalked Richard Gadd. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementPiers Morgan said that he thinks Fiona Harvey, the woman outed as the person the stalker in "Baby Reindeer" is based on, lied to him during their interview last week. The British broadcaster interviewed Harvey on his YouTube show, "Piers Morgan Uncensored," where she denied stalking Gadd after meeting him in a London pub several years ago.
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Read previewAnya Taylor-Joy says she felt isolated while filming George Miller's "Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga," but won't reveal why. The star plays the younger version of Charlize Theron's "Mad Max: Fury Road" character, Imperator Furiosa. The 2024 prequel explores Furiosa's backstory before she met Max Rockatansky (Tom Hardy) and led a rebellion against Joe. AdvertisementIt's not the first time that actors have been put through the physical and emotional wringer while making a "Mad Max" movie. But when it comes to "Furiosa," Taylor-Joy still cherishes her time on the unique shoot.
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"Cooking Up Murder" tells the story of Spanish chef César Román, who murdered his girlfriend, Heidi Paz. The chef killed Paz in 2018, and he then moved to Madrid using a fake name. AdvertisementNetflix's "Cooking Up Murder" tells the story of Spanish chef César Román, who killed his girlfriend, Heidi Paz, in 2018. NetflixIn the series, Román alleges that Paz was killed by a gang in connection to a cocaine deal gone wrong. Advertisement"I cannot turn back time, something I would like more than anything in the world," Román wrote.
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An unnamed woman claiming to be "the real Martha Scott" told a British tabloid that Gadd was "bullying an older woman on television for fame and fortune." Richard Gadd as Donny Dunn and Jessica Gunning as Martha Scott in "Baby Reindeer." The woman criticized Gadd, and said: "He's using 'Baby Reindeer' to stalk me now. At the end of the show, Scott explains that a baby reindeer toy was the only thing that gave her comfort during her difficult childhood, which is why she nicknamed Dunn "baby reindeer." Harvey said that was false: "I've never owned a toy baby reindeer, and I wouldn't have had any conversation with Richard Gadd about a childhood toy either."
Persons: Martha Scott, Gadd, Richard Gadd, Donny Dunn, Jessica Gunning, Ed Miller, Scott, He's, Dunn, Harvey Organizations: Netflix, Daily Mail Locations: British
A psychologist told Business Insider why true crime turns viewers into armchair detectives. True crime blurs the line between real life and fictionRichard Gadd as Donny Dunn in "Baby Reindeer." AdvertisementThat's further complicated by some true crime audiences thinking they are helping to bring about justice by becoming armchair detectives. AdvertisementIn a piece published by The Guardian, titled "Why do women love true crime so much?" Ed Miller/NetflixThis raises the question of whether streaming services and TV networks are doing enough to protect those involved in true crime content.
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Piers Morgan interviewed the alleged "Baby Reindeer" stalker for his YouTube channel. Fiona Harvey said she felt "used" by the presenter and claimed she was paid £250 for the interview. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementA woman who was outed by "Baby Reindeer" fans as the alleged stalker of the true crime drama's creator and lead actor said she felt "used" by Piers Morgan in an interview about the Netflix series. "Baby Reindeer" tells a fictionalized version of creator Richard Gadd's experiences with stalking, and has become a worldwide phenomenon since its release in April.
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Tom Selleck said he was angry that CBS didn't want to give the "Magnum P.I." The star negotiated a better deal for himself, he said, then gave each crew member $1,000. Selleck recalled the incident in his memoir, "You Never Know." AdvertisementTom Selleck said he renegotiated his pay to personally give the "Magnum P.I." During contract negotiations, the star initially asked that the crew get $1,000 bonuses if "Magnum P.I."
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Read preview"Baby Reindeer" star and creator Richard Gadd said he didn't see his stalker as a villain because he struggles with "toxic empathy" and blames the system for failing to help her. Related storiesHe said: "I think I struggle with a sort of toxic empathy problem where I feel a lot for people. AdvertisementDuring the Q&A session, Gadd touched on why he thinks "Baby Reindeer" resonated with audiences. "I'm not sure there's been a TV show like 'Baby Reindeer' that's kind of captured the dark difficulties and idiosyncrasies of life." He said: "But I think 'Baby Reindeer' has stood out so much because it goes back to something about the human condition, which is dark and difficult and challenging, and every human being is a mixture of good and bad."
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Emily Blunt said she has "absolutely" felt sick having to kiss some of her male costars on set. Blunt didn't mention anyone specifically but joked she could have chemistry "with a water bottle." AdvertisementEmily Blunt said she hasn't enjoyed having to kiss some of her male co-stars during her career, but she knows how to build chemistry for a romantic scene. Related storiesBut when Stern asked the actor if she'd ever felt "sick" having to kiss some of her male costars, Blunt told the podcast per People: "Absolutely, absolutely. Blunt also said she hasn't always liked her costars, but audiences wouldn't be able to pick up on that.
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Tiffany Haddish described taking revenge on people trolling her online. The actor and comedian said she used a fake profile to hunt down where mean comments came from. AdvertisementTiffany Haddish said she got so much hate online that she used a fake Instagram profile to hunt down her trolls, and even called some of them directly. Speaking to The LA Times, Haddish said she decided to fight back, creating a fake Instagram profile under the name "Sarah," to track her haters down. A lot of the comments called the star "pedo" and "not funny."
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Here's what to know about "Fallout" season two. It seems likely 'Fallout' season 2 will visit a classic location from a beloved gameNew Vegas in Amazon's "Fallout." HOLYSHIT HOLYSHIT HOLYSHIT HOLYSHIT HOLYSHIT HOLYSHIT HOLYSHIT HOLYSHIT HOLYSHIT THAT ENDING OH MY GOD MY EXCITEMENT LEVELS ARE THROUGH THE ROOF AFTER THAT ENDING #Fallout — Glassman044 (@glassman044) April 21, 2024When speaking to Business Insider ahead of "Fallout" season one, showrunner Graham Wagner said that there's a lot the makers didn't do in the series (like introducing a deathclaw) in the hopes that they got a second season. If Amazon gets the cameras rolling this year, it's possible "Fallout" season two might arrive on the streamer in early 2026. AdvertisementAaron Moten, Walton Goggins, and Ella Purnell will return for 'Fallout' season 2Aaron Moten as Maximus, Walton Goggins as The Ghoul, Ella Purnell as Lucy in "Fallout."
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Robert Downey Jr. disagreed with Chris Hemsworth, who said he was "replaceable" as Thor. AdvertisementRobert Downey Jr. disagreed with Chris Hemsworth after the "Thor" star said he was "replaceable" in the "Avengers" movies. "Hemsworth is, in my opinion, the most complex psyche out of all us Avengers. He's got wit and gravitas, but also such restraint, fire, and gentleness," Downey Jr. continued, before describing Hemsworth's work in "Thor: Ragnarok," "Avengers: Infinity War," and "Avengers: Endgame" as a "formidable hat trick." Downey Jr. and Chris Evans both left after "Endgame," and Scarlett Johansson exited following 2021's "Black Widow."
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