Entertainment Roundup: Naomi Campbell's Exhibition, New Eddie Murphy Film, and More

This summary highlights current entertainment news briefs, featuring Naomi Campbell's new exhibition at London's V&A museum, Eddie Murphy's return in a new 'Beverly Hills Cop' film, and more. Highlights include Madonna, Travis Scott, Alec Baldwin, Donald Sutherland's passing, and a focus on 60's Chicago motorcycle gang life in 'Bikeriders'.

Reuters | Updated: 21-06-2024 18:31 IST | Created: 21-06-2024 18:31 IST
Entertainment Roundup: Naomi Campbell's Exhibition, New Eddie Murphy Film, and More
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Following is a summary of current entertainment news briefs.

Model Naomi Campbell gets her own exhibition at London's V&A museum

Naomi Campbell brings her stylish looks and runway walk to London's V&A this week in a new exhibition that the museum says is the first of its kind dedicated to a model. "Naomi: In Fashion" looks at the career of one of fashion's most recognisable faces through key looks she has modelled as well as her influence and activism.

Eddie Murphy brings '80s to modern day with new 'Beverly Hills Cop' film

Thirty years since his third and last outing, Eddie Murphy's "Beverly Hills Cop" Axel Foley is back on another investigation. New Netflix film "Beverly Hills Cop: Axel F" sees the rule-breaking police officer return to Beverly Hills when he discovers his estranged, public defender daughter Jane (Taylour Paige) is in danger after her investigation into a murder uncovers corruption in the Beverly Hills Police Department.

TV series 'My Lady Jane' retells the Nine-Day Queen's story with a twist

Lady Jane Grey's life story gets rewritten in the new comedy-fantasy series "My Lady Jane", which sees the English noblewoman fight back against 16th century gender norms - and her fate. The eight-episode show, which premiered in London on Wednesday, is based on the best-selling 2016 novel of the same name by authors Cynthia Hand, Brodi Ashton and Jodi Meadows.

Madonna fans end lawsuit over late concerts; singer's lawyers threaten sanctions

Two Madonna fans ended their lawsuit in New York accusing the pop superstar of starting concerts two hours late, prompting her legal team to threaten the plaintiffs' lawyers with sanctions. Michael Fellows and Jason Alvarez did not say in a Brooklyn federal court filing on Wednesday why they voluntarily dismissed their proposed class action against Madonna and tour promoter Live Nation with prejudice, meaning it cannot be brought again.

Rapper Travis Scott arrested for disorderly intoxication

Grammy-nominated hip hop star Travis Scott was arrested on disorderly intoxication and trespassing charges on Thursday after a disturbance on a yacht in Miami Beach, Florida, local police said. Police officers took Scott, 33, into custody at about 1:44 a.m., according to a police affidavit.

New evidence Baldwin was reckless with gun before 'Rust' shooting, prosecutors say

New evidence shows that Alec Baldwin was reckless with a revolver before the weapon fired a live round that killed "Rust" cinematographer Halyna Hutchins in 2021, prosecutors alleged ahead of the actor's July manslaughter trial. The evidence, which includes images and video from crew and a set photographer, shows Baldwin pointed his gun at a crew member and fired a blank round, held his finger on the trigger when not supposed to and engaged in horseplay with the weapon, special state prosecutors said in a Monday filing.

Donald Sutherland, star of 'M*A*S*H' and 'The Hunger Games', dead at 88

Donald Sutherland, one of Canada's most versatile and gifted actors, who charmed and enthralled audiences in movies such as "M*A*S*H," "Klute," "Ordinary People" and "The Hunger Games," has died at the age of 88. The actor, whose lengthy career spanned from the 1960s into the 2020s, died on Thursday, his son, actor Kiefer Sutherland, said on social media.

'Bikeriders' maneuvers through 60's Chicago motorcycle gang life

For Austin Butler, getting into his role as the stoic bike rider named Benny in the Focus Features film "The Bikeriders" meant learning everything he could about riding a motorcycle. "Just riding for so many hours that it feels like second nature and then by the time I'm there I'm not having to think about the motorcycle or anything," the "Elvis" actor said.

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