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That's a whole lot of people!
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On Monday, it was revealed that Robin Williams' three children and wife, Susan Williams will head back to court to continue the unresolved issue on how to split the remaining parts of the Jumanji star's estate.
Court records show that most of the tension is over how much money the Oscar winner's widow should receive.
A hearing was scheduled by a judge from the San Francisco Superior Court two months ago — in the hopes that the disagreement would be resolved by a mediator before the appointed court date. However, the two parties met for mediation back in April and were still unable to come to an agreement.
As we previously reported, the Mrs. Doubtfire actor committed suicide in the Tiburon home he shared with Susan. It's been reported that his widow was left with instructions for his children to give her enough money to maintain the residence through her lifetime.
But it seems that the lawyers are still trying to determine that exact sum.
We hope the family will resolve their disagreement sooner than later — at least for the sake of the comedic icon's memory. But, we guess only time will tell.
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Welcome to the lady pond, Tatum O'Neal!
While promoting her son Kevin McEnroe's new book Our Town — a fictionalized account of the life and struggles of the Oscar winner's mom, Joanna Moore — the conversation quickly turned to the 51-year-old actress' burgeoning love life.
And it turns out, the former child star is loving the ladies!
Dreams do come true!!
The friendly exes may have put their relationship behind them but apparently are still very close on the set for their upcoming film, X-Men: Apocalypse.
The the movie's director, Bryan Singer, took to Instagram to share a pic (below) of the duo on set!
Say it ain't so!
On Wednesday, Maggie Gyllenhaal revealed in an interview that she recently lost a role because she was told she was too old! What the what?!
The 37-year-old shared:
"There are things that are really disappointing about being an actress in Hollywood that surprise me all the time.
I'm 37 and I was told recently I was too old to play the lover of a man who was 55. It was astonishing to me. It made me feel bad, and then it made me feel angry, and then it made me laugh."
Though the Oscar nominee was able to laugh it off — we think we're still angry!!
The Parks and Recreation star quipped:
"Patricia Arquette is here, so wonderful. So, so wonderful in the film Boyhood. Boyhood proves there are still great roles for women over 40, as long as you get hired when you're under 40."
Gyllenhaal decided to take the high road and chose not to reveal the specific project.
Nonetheless, the brunette beauty is getting quite a bit of Emmy buzz for her role in the mini-series, The Honourable Woman.
"A lot of actresses are doing incredible work right now, playing real women, complicated women. I don't feel despairing at all. And I'm more looking with hope for something fascinating."
Rock on, sister!
We wonder what brother, Jake Gyllenhall has to think about his sister's struggles?!
We can only imagine he's pissed.
Maggie, keep doing you girl. We foresee many more roles (and awards) in your future!
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You go girl!
However, the TV host wanted to chat about something a little more serious — she asked the funny lady about her experience with body shamers.
The Oscar nominee recalled an awkward face-to-face meeting with a particularly harsh critic during the 2014 Toronto Film Festival — which she previously discussed in her recent Entertainment Weekly cover story.
The critic apparently made incredibly sexist comments about the Emmy winner's appearance in a previous film — so the TV star decided it was time to educate the journalist about body shaming!
"I said, 'You know, would you do that to a man? John C. Riley played a really broken down character and looked terrible.'
I said, 'I put a lot of time and effort into having her completely not look like she cared about herself. That was part of how I felt she felt on the inside. Would you ever say that to a man?' And he goes, 'Well, you really looked bad.' And then I said, 'I hope…do you have children? And he said, 'I do.' And I said, 'I hope you don't have a daughter."
Whoa! However, the Bridesmaids actress explained that she wasn't trying to be malicious.
"When I said, 'If she comes home and someone says you can't have a job because you're unattractive,' are you gonna say, 'That's right?'
And he took that in his heart and he was like, 'No, I would never want that to happen. I would never in a million years want that to happen.'"
FIERCE!! Way to represent women everywhere, Melissa!
This isn't the first movie based on the life of Apple Inc co-founder Steve Jobs. But based on the trailer, this looks like the version we've all been waiting for!
The teaser trailer of Universal's Steve Jobs (above) mostly includes audio from Michael Fassbender, who is playing the titular role of the famous inventor.
Check out the teaser to see Fassbender in Jobs's signature black turtleneck and glasses, and go see Steve Jobs in theaters October 9!
Oh the shade!!
On Tuesday, Melissa Rivers sat down with Hoda Kotb at the 92nd Street Y to discuss her book The Book of Joan: Tales of Mirth, Mischief, and Manipulation — and it seems she had a lot to say about Kathy Griffin!
When asked about her mom Joan Rivers' replacement on Fashion Police, Melissa had no problem pulling out the shade.