For fans, that's great because it means you'll get your Star Wars fix a little sooner than expected, but it also means that the Summer lineup gets that little bit more crowded for everyone. " Star Wars " is taking another step into Memorial Day weekend. Jon Favreau's remake of The Lion King has been set for July 19, 2019 . As Indy famously said, "it's not the years, it's the mileage" but we're still absolutely delighted to see that Harrison Ford will be dusting off the fedora yet ...
But the climate shifted dramatically after The New York Times reported on April 1 that O'Reilly or Fox had paid $13 million to settle five cases against him alleging sexual or other harassment. "This is what happens when women speak our truth - we can slay dragons", Bloom said. He has also had best-sellers with everything from the memoir "A Bold Fresh Piece of Humanity" to his most recent work, "Old School", which includes passages urging the respectful treatment of women.
China grossed an fantastic $192.1 million, making The Fate of the Furious the biggest three-day opening weekend of all-time and the biggest Hollywood opening of all-time there. "I'm extrapolating, but based on the reviews and the buzz we're getting from theaters, I think we can eclipse that", Duncan Clark , president of Universal Pictures International, was quoted.
People of all nationalities and ages attended, including babes in arms, on shoulders and in strollers. They are also concerned that Trump has surrounded himself and packed his top posts with climate change deniers and anti-vaccination advocates.
On Friday, Fox News aired its final episode of " The Factor ", hosted by Greg Gutfeld hosting its final episode. While it remains uncertain where O'Reilly will transfer following his exit from Fox News , it is suspected that his net worth will further expand, much more if his contract with the network is not fully consumed yet upon his departure.
While O'Reilly denied wrongdoing, dozens of his show's advertisers fled within days even as O'Reilly's viewership increased. Bill O'Reilly, the powerful host at Fox News for 20 years, has been forced out of his prime-time position amid a series of sexual harassment allegations against him.