Summary of entertainment news: Marie-Antoinette, the Duchess of Windsor’s jewelry seeks new owners at the sale of Christie’s; Sabotage could be the source of tragedy on Baldwin’s set, lawyer says and more


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Marie-Antoinette and Duchess of Windsor jewelry seeks new owners at Christie’s sale

Diamond bracelets that once belonged to Marie Antoinette and a ruby ​​and diamond bracelet given to the Duchess of Windsor by her husband on the occasion of their first wedding anniversary will be auctioned in Geneva next week, Christie’s announced on Wednesday .

A blue velvet box bearing the label “Queen Marie Antoinette bracelets” contains the double bracelets, each made up of three rows of diamonds and a large bar clasp, for a total of 112 diamonds.

Sabotage could be the source of tragedy on Baldwin’s set, lawyer says

An attorney for the gunsmith who oversaw the guns used on the set of “Rust” suggested Wednesday that someone had deliberately put a live bullet into the gun Alec Baldwin used when he accidentally shot a director of photography. Jason Bowles said his client, Hannah Gutierrez, removed ammunition from a box that she said only contained dummy bullets that we are unable to fire. He said he thought it was possible that someone had intentionally placed real balls, which look like mannequins, in the box.

Hollywood star Newman tells his own story in recently discovered memoirs

A recently uncovered memoir by Hollywood legend Paul Newman, in which he talks about fame, marriage and aging gracefully, is due for release next year, Knopf editors said Wednesday. Newman, one of the biggest stars of the 1960s and 1970s, began writing memoirs in the 1980s to counter the incessant media attention on him, Knopf said in a statement. He never published an autobiography before his death in 2008.

Husband of cinematographer killed in Baldwin shooting hires lawyer

Matt Hutchins, whose wife Halyna Hutchins was accidentally shot and killed by actor Alec Baldwin on the set of the movie “Rust” last month, hired a Los Angeles-based law firm in connection with the shooting, has declared a spokesperson. Brian Panish of the Panish Shea Boyle Ravipudi Company, which earlier this year helped secure a $ 2.2 billion settlement for victims of wildfires and mudslides in Southern California, will be the senior lawyer, Hutchins spokesperson Amanda Duckworth said.

Singer Diana Ross teases her first music video in over a decade

Singer Diana Ross has teased her first music video in over a decade as she prepares to release her new gratitude-themed studio album “Thank You” later this week. Ross, 77, who rose to fame in the 1960s as the lead singer of Motown Records’ hit girl group The Supremes, recorded the music video for the new song “All Is Well”.

“The Rock” says he will no longer use real guns in movies

Hollywood action star Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson said Wednesday he would no longer use real guns in his films after a fatal shootout involving actor Alec Baldwin on set in New Mexico last month. Johnson, who was in Los Angeles to attend the world premiere of his new Netflix blockbuster “Red Notice” with his co-stars Ryan Reynolds and Gal Gadot, said that films made by his company, Seven Buck Productions, “don’t would never use real guns again. ” “

Kristen Stewart on the role of Princess Diana: “I had to give it a shot”

American actress Kristen Stewart was scared of playing British Princess Diana in the new movie “Spencer”, but it was a challenge she couldn’t refuse. “Even though people hated it and it ended up being like kind of a dud, we did our best,” said Stewart. “It wasn’t something I could let go of. I had to give it a go.”

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