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Sean Penn won’t return to ‘Gaslit’ set unless all cast and crew receive Covid vaccinations
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Sean Penn won’t return to ‘Gaslit’ set unless all cast and crew receive Covid vaccinations

Sean Penn will not return to the set of his new show “Gaslit” until the entire cast and crew have received Covid vaccinations, the star’s representative confirmed to CNN on Friday.

Penn plays the role of Attorney General John Mitchell in the political drama, which is a modern-day take on the Watergate scandal. Julia Roberts portrays John’s wife Martha in the show, which is due to air on Starz later this year.

Deadline reported on Thursday that Penn issued the ultimatum because the 60-year-old star was not satisfied with the vaccination requirements imposed by NBCUniversal, the studio behind his latest production.

This week, the TV and film company announced it had implemented mandatory vaccinations in “Zone A”, which means the cast of the show and those who come in close proximity must be vaccinated.

With a surge in Covid-19 cases in California — where filming is currently underway — Penn wants the policy extended to those on the project outside of Zone A also, Deadline reported.

He is now challenging safety protocols by telling producers that he won’t return to work until every member of the production team has been vaccinated.

Penn has offered to facilitate the vaccination effort free of charge through his organization CORE (Community Organized Relief Effort), according to Deadline, the nonprofit has helped open multiple Covid-19 testing and vaccination sites in California and elsewhere during pandemic.

According to the publication, the actor’s absence from the set may result in a delay in shooting as he has yet to wrap his scenes.

CNN has contacted NBCUniversal for further comment.

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Olympic events to watch this weekend
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Olympic events to watch this weekend

The torch has been lit at the Tokyo Olympics and the opening weekend will feature competition in men’s gymnastics, women’s soccer, swimming, tennis and more.

Here’s how to watch the games in the US and key events to tune in for.

Opening ceremony

NBC will air the four-hour opening ceremony Friday morning, with a rebroadcast 7:30 pm EST.

5 events to watch

Tennis: Serbian player Novak Djokovic is in the running for a Calendar Golden Slam (all four Grand Slams plus an Olympic title.) He’ll try for a gold medal against Bolivia’s Hugo Dellien on Day 1 of the Olympic singles tournament. Start time is 4th match on Center Court. Stream links for a specific court or a specific match are on the Olympics tennis schedule page.

NBC will broadcast the event live, with a rebroadcast 7:30 P.M. EST.

Every single event can be streamed live on NBCOlympics.com and the NBC Sports app.

Men’s gymnastics: Men’s qualifying is on Saturday. Athletes have been split into three different subdivisions, and US gymnasts Brody Malone, Sam Mikulak, Yul Moldauer, Shane Wiskus and Alec Yoder are in the third and final group, which kicks off at 6:30 am EST.

Subdivision 1 starts at 9 p.m. EST, subdivision 2 starts at 1:30 a.m. EST and all can also be livestreamed.

Women’s soccer: The US Women’s National Team will play New Zealand at 7:30 am EST on Saturday. It will air on NBC and livestream.

Women’s basketball: The United States vs. France will start at 4:55 am EST.

Swimming: Both women’s and men’s competitions take place throughout the weekend. Look for butterfly heats, freestyle heats, freestyle relay heats and breaststroke heats.

See the full Olympic schedule here.

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Jordan Peele’s next film is titled ‘Nope’
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Jordan Peele’s next film is titled ‘Nope’

Yep, you read the headline correctly.

Jordan Peele’s next project is titled “Nope.”

So far what Peele has been working on has been shrouded in mystery, but on Thursday he tweeted a poster for the new film.

According to the poster, the film will reunite him with his “Get Out” star, Daniel Kaluuya.

“Scream Queens” star Keke Palmer and “The Walking Dead” star Steven Yeun round out the cast.

The poster shows what appears to be an ominous cloud over an area with the tag line, “A new terror from the mind of Academy Award winner Jordan Peele.”

Terrifying already!

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Morgan Wallen says he was using racial slur ‘playfully,’ but knows it’s wrong
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Morgan Wallen says he was using racial slur ‘playfully,’ but knows it’s wrong

Morgan Wallen opened up during an exclusive interview with “Good Morning America” that aired Friday about using a racial slur in an incident that threatened to derail his career.

The country singer sat down with Michael Strahan to discuss a video that surfaced earlier this year in which neighbors filmed him using the N-word with a group of his friends outside of his Nashville home.

“I was around some of my friends, and we just … we say dumb stuff together,” Wallen told Strahan. “And it was — in our minds, it’s playful … that sounds ignorant, but it — that’s really where it came from … and it’s wrong.”

The rising country star immediately issued an apology after the video went public.

“I’m embarrassed and sorry. I used an unacceptable and inappropriate racial slur that I wish I could take back,” Wallen said in a statement at the time. “There are no excuses to use this type of language, ever. I want to sincerely apologize for using the word. I promise to do better.”

But there was still backlash, including his label suspending his recording contract indefinitely, radio pulling his music, his disqualification from some music awards shows and fellow artists like Maren Morris condemning the incident.

Wallen told Strahan it’s not a word he’s used frequently in the past, but had used it around certain friends prior to that night in January.

The artist said he didn’t have a clear understanding at the time.

“I think I was just ignorant about it,” he said. “I don’t think I sat down and was, like, ‘Hey, is this right or is this wrong?'”

Since then, Wallen said he’s tried to better educate himself and has had conversations with the Black Music Action Coalition (BMAC), an organization created to battle racism in the music industry.

And he told Strahan he understands why the word is so hurtful to Black people.

“I don’t know how to put myself in their shoes because I’m not, but I do understand,” Wallen said. “Especially when I say I’m using it playfully or whatever, ignorantly, I understand that that must sound, you know, like, ‘He doesn’t understand.'”

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Kate Beckinsale says she’s ‘never’ been on a real date
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Kate Beckinsale says she’s ‘never’ been on a real date

Kate Beckinsale is not a fan of dating.

While promoting her role in the action-thriller “Jolt” recently on “Extra,” the actress was asked about the worst first date she’s ever had.

“Do you know I’ve never really been on a date?” Beckinsale said. “I literally meet someone, get to know them at work, and then either marry them or get pregnant by them.”

Beckinsale was formerly married to filmaker Les Wiseman and shares a 22-year-old daughter with former boyfriend, actor Michael Sheen.

She said she’s never been fixed up by a friend — and it sounds like she’s not mad about that.

“I just can’t think of anything I’d hate more than sitting in front of somebody I don’t know, that chances are I won’t like, and have to sit and watch them eat food,” she said.

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