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Fat Joe And Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs Land Pilot Order For Interview Series At Starz

Starz has given a pilot order for an interview series with a documentary-style format from Joseph “Fat Joe” Cartagena and Sean “Diddy” Combs to be produced by SpringHill (founded by LeBron James and Maverick Carter). Fat Joe will sit with celebrities and high-profile guests as the show’s host.
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Drew Barrymore has emotional conversation about working on forgiving herself
Drew Barrymore isn't even fifty-years-old yet, she has lived a very storied life and gone through major hardships, much of them in the spotlight.MORE: Drew Barrymore addresses whether she would let her daughters become actressesWhile she surely would like to leave many of them in the past, she has never shied away from opening up about her past and current struggles, even if it means getting emotional in public.The star did not hold back during a recent conversation for Uninterrupted's The Shop series, which is produced by LeBron James and Maverick Carter, and as she sat down with Idris Elba, Paul Rabil, Kyrie Irving, Paul Rivera, and Maverick, she held back tears touching on how she handles forgiveness.WATCH: Drew stuns with filter-free appearanceMORE: Drew Barrymore opens up about the painful aftermath of her divorceAfter detailing when she had hit rock bottom, which she credited her divorce for, the group continued to discuss rough patches, not meeting expectations, and feeling guilty for messing something up.When the question came up of how they forgive themselves, Drew was the first to answer, even if it wasn't easy.She said: "I think that's… for me, the thing that has come the latest in my life," nodding as she tried to hold back tears.Drew did not hold back during the candid conversation"Only recently do I forgive myself," she admitted, receiving encouragement from the men around her for her candor.
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Drew Barrymore opens up about the painful aftermath of her divorce
Drew Barrymore has lived an extremely public life, making her silver screen debut at only eleven-months-old, and reaching immediate stardom after starring in Steven Spielberg's E.T. when she was seven.MORE: Drew Barrymore's homey living room in $5.5million house is basically a libraryWith that, the majority of her ups and downs, from her emancipation and being institutionalized to overcoming it all and hosting a successful talk show, have been documented.Hard as it may be, she's never shied away from opening up about her past, and during a recent conversation for Uninterrupted's The Shop series, which is produced by LeBron James and Maverick Carter, the actress sat down with fellow actor Idris Elba, Paul Rabil, Kyrie Irving, Paul Rivera, and Maverick, and did not hold back when opening up about hitting rock bottom.WATCH: Drew stuns with filter-free appearanceMORE: Drew Barrymore makes emotional revelation about growing up with an absentee fatherDrew was hailed by the men around her as a superhero to them, and when asked about when she had hit rock bottom, she identified her divorce as that moment.She split up from Will Kopelman in 2016 after four years together, and has since gone on to maintain an amicable friendship with him, co-parenting their daughters Olive and Frankie.However, the daytime show host admitted there was a moment she didn't think that would be possible.
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Drew Barrymore makes emotional revelation about growing up with an absentee father
Drew Barrymore know the actress had a tumultuous and messy upbringing, but that doesn't mean she's afraid to look back on the early days of her life and all of its complications.MORE: Drew Barrymore spends night out with daughters as busy time approachesHaving had many of her ups and downs in front of the camera, the star has rarely shied away from speaking candidly about her difficult relationship with her parents, and starting working in Hollywood at such an early age.During a conversation Uninterrupted's The Shop series, which is produced by LeBron James and Maverick Carter, Drew sat down with fellow actor Idris Elba, Paul Rabil, Kyrie Irving, Paul Rivera, and Maverick, and did not hold back when it came to speaking about her father's absence during her childhood.WATCH: Drew stuns with filter-free appearanceMORE: Drew Barrymore’s heartbreaking family confession that left fans in tearsHer father, John Barrymore, comes from a long line of legendary Hollywood actors, but the actress was raised by her mother, Jaid Barrymore, by herself.When she was asked how she first became an actress, she credited the Barrymores, though noted how her father was failing to uphold the acting legacy given his propension to the radical hippie lifestyle.She admitted: "They were all dead and long done, and my dad was a drug addict and he didn't wear shoes." John and Jaid's relationship was continuously on and offRecalling the perception she had of her father at a young age, she explained: "He was really crazy but like, an awesome character and sort of like Gollum meets Oscar Wilde on drugs."MORE: Drew Barrymore surprises fans by revealing who would play her in a biopicMORE: Drew Barrymore's daughters' latest outing with their dad is too cute
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Watch Phoebe Bridgers, Arlo Parks and Guy Garvey read CBeebies ‘Bedtime Stories’ at Glastonbury
Phoebe Bridgers, Arlo Parks and Guy Garvey are the latest musicians to take part in CBeebies’ Bedtime Stories series, with the trio all reading a tale at Glastonbury over the weekend.They follow fellow artists Harry Styles, Dave Grohl, Dolly Parton, Elton John, Tom Hardy and Ed Sheeran in appearing on the children’s TV series in recent years.Parks read Once Upon A Rhythm, written by James Carter and illustrated by Valerio Vidali, for her segment, while Bridgers read The Spectacular Suit (written by Kat Patrick and illustrated by Hayley Wells).“It was an absolute pleasure to read a CBeebies Bedtime Story from Glastonbury and bring joy and dreams to young people – what a special moment!” Parks said in a statement about her story, which you can watch here (UK viewers only).A post shared by BBC Radio 6 Music (@bbc6music)Elbow frontman Garvey read his story, A Little Bit Brave (written and illustrated by Nicola Kinnear), to an audience of children.“The first time I did a CBeebies bedtime story it was for the rest of the band’s kids, I didn’t have any of my own. Now I’ve got one and they’ve got more,” Garvey said in a statement.“The book I’ve chosen is a favourite bought for me by my best friend Pete Jobson who also has a couple of munchkins.
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Amazon Freevee Orders ‘Bosch: Legacy’ Season 2, Inks Disney Movie Output Deal
Todd Spangler NY Digital EditorTitus Welliver’s ex-cop Harry Bosch will return to crack more cases on Amazon Freevee.Amazon Freevee (formerly IMDb TV) announced the pickup of Season 2 of “Bosch: Legacy,” a spin-off of series “Bosch” that ran for seven seasons on Prime Video — ahead of the May 6 premiere of “Bosch: Legacy” on the ecommerce giant’s free, ad-supported streaming service.In addition, Amazon Freevee is expanding its licensed content lineup through a short-term film licensing agreement with Disney Media & Entertainment Distribution for a “limited selection” of 20th Century Studios titles, including “Deadpool,” “Deadpool 2,” “Logan,” “Hidden Figures,” Kenneth Branagh’s “Murder on the Orient Express” and “The Post.” The announcements came at Amazon’s 2022 NewFronts presentation Monday for marketers.Amazon Freevee also announced the renewal for third and fourth seasons of “Top Class: The Life and Times of the Sierra Canyon Trailblazers,” the docuseries about a Southern California high-school basketball team, from LeBron James and Maverick Carter’s Uninterrupted, as well as greenlights for four new originals: cooking competition series “America’s Test Kitchen: The Next Generation”; coming-of-age drama “Beyond Black Beauty”; family competition series “Play-Doh Squished”; and music documentary “Post Malone: Runaway.”Currently in development at Freevee is “Inside No. 9,” based on the BBC’s award-winning anthology series, combining humor, horror, crime and suspense — with the episodes linked in some way by the inclusion of the number nine.
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