Entertainment News Roundup: Amber Heard says she feared she wouldn’t survive Johnny Depp’s marriage; Britney Spears Announces Miscarriage of Her ‘Miracle Baby’ and More


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Ukraine’s Kalush residents in ‘seventh heaven’ after their group wins Eurovision

Residents of Kalush said on Sunday they were in “seventh heaven”, jumping and rejoicing after a band from the western Ukrainian town won the Eurovision Song Contest over the weekend.

The Kalush Orchestra won Eurovision with their entry ‘Stefania’, riding a wave of public support to claim an emotional victory that was hailed by the country’s president.

Amber Heard says she feared she wouldn’t survive Johnny Depp’s marriage

“Aquaman” actress Amber Heard told jurors in a defamation case on Monday that she filed for divorce from Johnny Depp in 2016 because she feared she would not survive physical abuse at his hands. When questioned by her lawyers, Heard said she took the plunge after the ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ star threw a cellphone at her which hit her in the face. The incident made her realize the marriage was “falling apart” despite her attempts to fix it, she said.

For Ukrainian fighters, Eurovision wins victory over Russia

Gathered in a basement used as safe quarters north of kyiv, a small group of Ukrainian soldiers watched with joy as their country won the Eurovision Song Contest, saying it heralded their next victory in the war to expel Russian forces from Ukraine. The Kalush Orchestra won Eurovision with their entry ‘Stefania’, riding a wave of popular support from across Europe to claim an emotional victory that was hailed by the country’s president.

‘Stefania Express’: Ukraine applauds Eurovision win in wartime

Proud Ukrainians celebrated their Eurovision Song Contest victory on Sunday, renaming a train line in his honor as they hoped for victory in their bitter war against Russia. Ukraine’s Kalush Orchestra triumphed in Italy on Saturday with their entry “Stefania,” a song fusing rap with traditional folk music that was a tribute to the band’s frontman Oleh Psiuk’s mother.

Ukraine’s Kalush Orchestra celebrated on their return after winning Eurovision

The Kalush Orchestra of Ukraine returned to its native country on Monday after an emotional victory in the Eurovision Song Contest, welcomed at the border with Poland by soldiers whose group had defended the cause in Turin. Singer Oleh Psiuk received a bouquet of yellow and blue flowers – the colors of the Ukrainian flag – and reunited with his girlfriend before he and his band launched into an impromptu version of their winning song “Stefania”.

Britney Spears announces the miscarriage of her ‘miracle baby’

Singer Britney Spears posted on her Instagram on Saturday about the death of her “miracle baby”, about a month after announcing her pregnancy with husband Sam Asghari. Spears said she was going through a devastating time and maybe she should have waited to announce her pregnancy.

Box Office: ‘Doctor Strange 2’ Reigns Again as ‘Firestarter’ Dies Down

“Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” is again the No. 1 film at the national box office. In its second weekend of release, the latest installment in Disney’s Marvel Cinematic Universe collected $61 million from 4,534 North American theaters. Ticket sales are down 67% from its opening weekend, marking a steeper drop compared to recent Marvel movies like “Eternals” (which was down 61% in its second weekend) and “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” (which dropped 52% in its second weekend). However, this significant drop is not surprising since “Doctor Strange 2” just had the 11th biggest opening weekend in history with $187 million. After 10 days on the big screen, the standalone superhero adventure has grossed $291 million in North America.

‘Rust’ Producer Says Movie Will Be Done – Hollywood Reporter

A producer for the movie “Rust,” whose filming saw the accidental death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins last year, has said the film will be finished, The Hollywood Reporter reported Monday. Hutchins was killed https://reut.rs/3PoJbwM in October when a gun actor Alec Baldwin was rehearsing with while filming in New Mexico fired a live bullet that hit him and director Joel Souza . Souza was injured but survived.

The Cannes Film Festival is in full swing for its 75th anniversary

The Cannes Film Festival is gearing up for an exceptional 75th anniversary edition with a line-up of Hollywood big names, hot newcomers and former Palme d’Or winners – a resounding return even as the conflict in Ukraine looms over the festivities. “Honestly, I think it’s been some of Cannes’ best programming in years,” said Scott Roxborough, European bureau chief for The Hollywood Reporter.

(With agency contributions.)


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