To celebrate the Fourth of July, Netflix’s hit show shared a short but triumphant teaser for its sixth and final season expected later this year. With the hashtag #MyTurn, the clip featured only Claire Underwood (played by Emmy winner Robin Wright) and excluded Frank (Kevin Spacey).
Oscar winner Colin Firth and wife Livia Giuggioli have reportedly reached a private settlement with Italian journalist Marco Brancaccia, who had been charged with stalking Giuggioli after a brief affair.
The out-of-court settlement was reached “in the best interests of their families,” lawyers for the Firths and Brancaccia said in a statement to The Times on Thursday.
The two parties also asked an Italian court to postpone a preliminary hearing for the case in order to formalize the agreement, the statement said, and neither party would be making any additional public statements about the matter.
“Summer starts now,” Justin Timberlake announces at the top of his new single, “SoulMate,” and even he has to know that’s not true.
(At the very latest, summer started Friday, when Drake’s song “Summer Games” — a far superior summer jam — came out.)
But you can understand why Timberlake would want to get us thinking about warm weather, since that means we’re less likely to be thinking about “Man of the Woods,” the flannel-y winter-vibes dud he dropped to a resounding thud back in February.
“Aquaman” actress Amber Heard shored up controversy with a since-deleted tweet about an alleged U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement checkpoint near her home.
“Just heard there’s an ICE checkpoint in hollywood, a few blocks from where I live,” the actress wrote early Tuesday morning, according to screengrabs of the tweet published online. “Everyone better give their housekeepers, nannies, and landscapers a ride home tonight.”