EMMA STONE & ANDREW GARFIELD

Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield

The cute couple brings their adorableness to the Big Apple.

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Mila Kunis’ Not-So-Great Elevator Adventure

Sarah Marshall, OK. But no one’s forgetting Mila Kunis!

The 29-year-old actress reportedly ended up in a hairy situation on Sunday after getting trapped in the elevator of a building in Manhattan’s West Village.

Mila Kunis

Actress Mila Kunis / Getty Images

Per the New York Post, luckily Kunis and 10 other people with her were quickly rescued by the New York Fire Department.

An NYFD spokesperson confirms to E! News that firemen did respond at 11:38 a.m. to a call about an elevator stuck between the fifth and sixth floors of a building on Bank St. and West 4thStreet.

However, the spokesperson could not confirm if the Black Swan actress was among those who waited patiently for about 45 minutes while emergency responders worked to extract them. There were no injuries and everybody was out of the elevator by 1 p.m.

A rep for Kunis has yet to respond to calls seeking comment. Mila has been in New York filming The Angriest Man in Brooklyn, costarring Robin Williams.

SOURCE: E! Online

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Drake and Chris Brown Sued for $16 Million Over Nightclub Brawl

Drake and Chris Brown

Drake and Chris Brown

Chris Brown and Drake have been hit with a $16 million dollar lawsuit over their June brawl at the joint NYC nightclubs Greenhouse and WiP, reports the New York Post. Entertainment Enterprises Ltd., who own the trademark to the Greenhouse’s name, claim they had a $4 million licensing deal ruined because of bad press following the incident. The company believes Drake and Brown should be held responsible for their lost profits, calling their behavior “beyond the bounds of reason” and stating that the two “should have foreseen that their notoriety and celebrity would ensure that their acts had far-reaching and devastating effects.”

The lawsuit paints Drake and Brown in active roles that night, having arrived at the club with huge entourages. “On defendant Brown and and defendant Drake’s instructions, their two posses had at each other, throwing highball glasses laden with alcohol, shattering the handles of bottles of spirits to use as makeshift knives, and even throwing full bottles at each other. Within seconds, defendants filled an already packed nightclub full of flying glass shrapnel,” reads the suit.

The current owners of Greenhouse and WiP are not in Entertainment Enterprises. NBA athlete Tony Parker, an unaffiliated bystander whose eye was seriously injured during the brawl, sued the owners of the clubs for $20 million.

SOURCE: Rolling Stone

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Dusty Springfield Drama Set to Premiere at the L.A. Shorts Film Festival

Set in 1970, “The Soul of Blue Eye” tells the story of Dusty Springfield’s decision to record her Platinum selling hit Son of a Preacher Man for Atlantic Records, and the struggles she had as a white gay woman singing black soul music during the tumultuous 1960’s. Besides having a hit show, “It Must Be Dusty” in […]

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