Entertainment Next Gen 2021: The Hollywood Reporter’s 35 Rising Executives 35 and Under

17:25  03 november  2021
17:25  03 november  2021 Source:   hollywoodreporter.com

Executives’ pre-bankruptcy bonuses stir outrage, little action in Congress

  Executives’ pre-bankruptcy bonuses stir outrage, little action in Congress CEOs receiving bonuses as their companies teeter on the brink of bankruptcy have drawn the ire of members of Congress who say the payouts are unfair to shareholders who can wind up with nothing when a company becomes insolvent. The Government Accountability Office is recommending that Congress consider amending the bankruptcy code to clearly define the extent to which […] The post Executives’ pre-bankruptcy bonuses stir outrage, little action in Congress appeared first on Roll Call.

Getting rocky. Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott are still struggling as rumors of an impending split continue to swirl, a source exclusively reveals in the new issue of Us Weekly.

Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott. © Broadimage/Shutterstock Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott.

Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott's Ups and Downs

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“There’s no trust there,” the insider says of the Beverly Hills, 90210 alum, 48, and the former Chopped Canada host, 54. “It’s been building up over time.”

Tori Spelling Dean McDermott Have No Trust Amid Split Rumors © Provided by US Weekly Tori Spelling Dean McDermott Have No Trust Amid Split Rumors

The couple, who tied the knot in May 2006, have kept quiet about their relationship status, but some of their recent actions have left some fans more convinced than ever that a split might be on the horizon.

'Scream' Cast: Where Are They Now?

  'Scream' Cast: Where Are They Now? Do you like scary movies? The horror genre hasn’t been the same since Ghostface asked Drew Barrymore that question in 1996. Three sequels and one TV spinoff later, the Scream franchise isn’t going anywhere. The first Scream film debuted in December, a month usually reserved for awards contenders and family-friendly holiday fare. Even so, it became a runaway hit, and some critics credited it with revitalizing interest in horror movies. Inspired by a real-life series of murders in Florida, Scream follows a group of high school students as they battle a mask-wearing serial killer known only as Ghostface. Barrymore, then one of the most in-demand young actresses in Hollywood, originally signed on to play the lead role of Sidney Prescott (later taken by Neve Campbell), but she switched to the much smaller part of Casey Becker after scheduling conflicts arose. Casey famously dies in the opening of the movie, but the filmmakers saw the Never Been Kissed actress’ quick exit as a storytelling bonus. If a star as big as Barrymore could be killed off so fast, then it meant that any of the characters could end up dead at any time. Scream also served as a welcome change of pace for Courteney Cox, who was in the midst of playing extremely nice girl Monica Geller on Friends. She was interested in playing tenacious reporter Gale Weathers to show off a different side of her range. (The Cougar Town alum reprised the role in all three sequels and is set to return for the fourth one too.

When the Stori Telling author appeared on an episode of The Wendy Williams Show last month, she quickly shut down a question about her marriage. “What? You know I’m not going to answer that,” she told guest host Whitney Cummings.

The comedian, 39, replied with praise for Spelling’s “strong boundaries” and agreed to move on. “Awesome, so what are you going to ask me next?” replied the Messyness cohost, who wasn’t wearing her wedding ring during the taping.

Take 2! Celebrities Who Proposed to Their Partners More Than Once

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Just days later, the BH90210 veteran raised eyebrows when she dressed as a dead bride for Halloween. In an Instagram Story showing off the costume, she added the caption, “Never look back.”

Last month, a source told Us that the duo had a serious disagreement after McDermott “went missing” for two days following an argument. The insider added that Spelling “wants a divorce, but she feels trapped right now.” The pair share five children — Liam, 14, Stella, 13, Hattie, 10, Finn, 9, and Beau, 4 — and previously worked through a highly publicized cheating scandal.

‘Gen Z’ Only Exists in Your Head

  ‘Gen Z’ Only Exists in Your Head The dividing lines between generations are a figment of our collective imagination.Earlier this year, that someone was Philip Cohen, a sociologist at the University of Maryland at College Park. His request: that Pew Research Center, the nonpartisan “fact tank,” “do the right thing” and stop using generational labels such as Gen Z and Baby Boomers in its reports. Some 170 social-science researchers signed on to Cohen’s letter, which argued that these labels were arbitrary and counterproductive.

“He thinks sometimes he is single and he can take trips to see his friends,” the first source claims of the Slasher star. “But he has a wife and kids, and she is stuck at home.”

In mid-October, the Masked Singer alum was photographed outside of an attorney’s office holding a pad of paper with the notes “assets,” “support” and “custody” written on it. “She has been close to leaving many times, but she ends up staying for the kids’ sake,” an insider told Us at the time.

See Tori Spelling's Family Album With Dean McDermott Through the Years

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For now, the first source tells Us the former True Tori star is “focusing on the kids and work and making a living,” while her husband is “not taking things as seriously.”

After Spelling spent Halloween celebrating with her children, McDermott took to Instagram to make a joke about an X-rated pumpkin decoration. “Just got a notice from the homeowners association,” he wrote on Tuesday, November 2. “I’m no longer allowed to decorate for Halloween.”

For more on Tori and McDermott’s relationship, watch the video above and look for the new issue of Us Weekly, on stands now.

NASCAR completes Day 1 of Next Gen organizational test on Charlotte's oval .
CONCORD, N.C. — NASCAR held the first portion of its two-day Next Gen organizational test Wednesday at Charlotte Motor Speedway. There were 18 Cup Series organizations on site with 30 drivers. One- and two-car teams were allowed to field one entry, while three- and four-car teams were limited to two. That did require some drivers […]For example: Trackhouse Racing is a two-car team, so Daniel Suarez and Ross Chastain split time in the No. 1 Chevrolet. Stewart-Haas Racing is a four-car team, so Kevin Harvick and Chase Briscoe shared the No. 4 Ford, while Aric Almirola and Cole Custer took turns in the No. 10.

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