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Adele Says She Wants To Get Married Again

Adele said her dream is to be a homemaker, as she plans marriage and children with boyfriend Rich Paul. While she’s currently focused on finally bringing her Las Vegas shows to life, the singer told Elle UK magazine that post-Vegas will be all about family as she gushed about life with her boyfriend, saying she's as happy as she’ll ever be. She said: “I've never been in love like this. I’m obsessed with him. I definitely want more kids.” She remained coy about rumors she and Rich are currently engaged…but she did say that she “absolutely” wants to get married again. She added: “Well! Well. Well, I'm not married” when asked if the ring she's been wearing recently is an engagement diamond. “I'm just in loooove! I'm happy as I'll ever be. I might as well be married,” later confessing of her huge ring: “I'm not engaged. I just love high-end jewelry, boy!”

Taylor Swift Named Songwriter/Artist Of The Decade

The Nashville Songwriters Association International revealed yesterday that it will honor Taylor Swift as its Songwriter-Artist of the Decade. The evening will also honor the 2022 song, songwriter, and songwriter-artist of the year, as well as Garth Brooks, who will receive the Kris Kristofferson Lifetime Achievement Award and Sony Music Publishing Chairman & CEO Jon Platt, who was selected for NSAI President’s Keystone Award. The 5th annual Nashville Songwriter Awards presented by City National Bank are set for Sept. 20 at Ryman Auditorium.

John Wick Prequel Series Moves To Peacock, On Track For 2023 Premiere

The John Wick prequel series is going to stream on Peacock, and not Starz. Peacock and Lionsgate announced yesterday that The Continental, the three-part “special event” that was originally developed for Starz, will instead premiere exclusively on Peacock next year. Told from the perspective of the titular hotel’s manager, a young Winston Scott (played by Colin Woodell and based on Ian McShane’s character in the John Wick films) is dragged through 1975 New York to face a past he thought he’d left behind. In an attempt to seize control of the iconic hotel, which serves as a meeting point for the world’s most dangerous criminals, Winston charts a deadly course through the mysterious underworld of New York City.

Britney Spears Is Called Racist

Britney Spears is being accused of racism after she said that her teen sons were growing up in a house with more marijuana than a slew of famous faces - all of them black. Brit is in the midst of a public spat with her ex-husband Kevin Federline, who last week told DailyMail.com their sons Sean, 16, and Jayden, 15, do not want to see their mother. On Instagram, Spears attacked Federline's parenting and claimed the boys were being raised in a household that “has more weed than Ludacris, 50 Cent, Jay Z and Puff Daddy combined.” It was quickly noted that all four people she cited as marijuana smokers were black, and several people pointed out that former dealer 50 Cent is now avowedly clean-living. “Britney was WRONG for this and it wouldn't be the first time she's made questionable comments about black artists. End of,” said one. “So everyone is just ignoring how #BritneySpears assumed a bunch of black rappers are smoking weed and compared successful black millionaires to her sperm factory, no job having baby daddy?” another said.

Pregnant Hilaria Baldwin Denies Rumors Her Baby Bump Is Fake

Hilaria Baldwin, who is pregnant, poked fun at “psycho” rumors that her baby bump isn’t real. “My friends made a good point about my belly,” she captioned a Wednesday mirror selfie via Instagram Stories. “It kind of looks fake like I ate a ball. I guess the psycho conspiracy theorists online with way too much time on their hands have somewhat of a point here,” she continued. Hilaria, who is expecting baby No. 7 with Alec Baldwin, added, “Now you guys can go share links and theories as to what kind of ball it was that I ate. Hope you come up with something that tastes good. Please have something positive in your rants.” She joked that “maybe it’s a chocolate ball,” noting that the flavor is her “fave.”

Anne Heche Suffered A Severe Brain Injury And 'Is Not Expected To Survive' Says Rep

Anne Heche is "not expected to survive" after suffering brain damage during a horrific car crash, her publicist told Yahoo Entertainment in a statement late Thursday.

"Unfortunately, due to her accident, Anne Heche suffered a severe anoxic brain injury and remains in a coma, in critical condition," read the statement, sent on behalf of the actress's family. "She is not expected to survive."

Heche, 53, crashed her blue Mini Cooper into a home in the Mar Vista neighborhood of Los Angeles on Aug. 5, causing both the vehicle and residence to go up in flames. She never regained consciousness after being rushed to the hospital in critical condition and has remained on a ventilator ever since.

"It has long been her choice to donate her organs and she is being kept on life support to determine if any are viable," the family statement continued.

The family thanked friends and fans "for their kind wishes and prayers" as well as "the dedicated staff and wonderful nurses that cared for Anne at the Grossman Burn Center at West Hills Hospital.

The statement concluded: "Anne had a huge heart and touched everyone she met with her generous spirit. More than her extraordinary talent, she saw spreading kindness and joy as her life’s work — especially moving the needle for acceptance of who you love. She will be remembered for her courageous honesty and dearly missed for her light."

The tragic news came hours after the Los Angeles Police Department confirmed Heche is being investigated for a felony DUI traffic collision. Police obtained a warrant for a blood sample which revealed narcotics were in her system.

The Los Angeles Times reported the Hung star was under the influence of cocaine during the crash. A spokesperson for the LAPD wouldn't comment on that specifically, but told Yahoo early results showed the presence of narcotics; however, additional testing is required to rule out what was given to her medically.

Heche's vehicle crashed into a two-story house around 10:55 a.m. The Los Angeles Fire Department said it took 59 firefighters 65 minutes "to access, confine and fully extinguish the stubborn flames within the heavily damaged structure, and rescue one female adult found within the vehicle." Lynne Mishele, whose home was destroyed when it went up in flames in the crash, suffered minor injuries. Neighbors started a GoFundMe to help her replace "an entire lifetime of possessions, mementos, all equipment for her business..., all of her clothing and basic necessities."

The FBI Was Tipped Off By An Informer Close To Trump To Where The Documents Were Kept

An informant tipped off the authorities about possible documents at Mar-a-Lago and where they could find them, per reports from Newsweek and The Wall Street Journal.

On Monday, the FBI executed a search warrant at former President Donald Trump's home at Mar-a-Lago. And while the FBI and Department of Justice have stayed mum on the reason for the raid, numerous media outlets and the former president's son, Eric Trump, in a Fox News interview have suggested that it was because of material that Trump took from the White House to Mar-a-Lago, which could be in violation of the Presidential Records Act.

In February, the National Archives took 15 boxes of documents from Mar-a-Lago and also asked the Department of Justice to probe whether Trump broke the law in the handling of these documents.

Newsweek spoke to two anonymous senior government officials with knowledge of the FBI's raid of Mar-a-Lago. These officials told Newsweek that an individual revealed to law enforcement what documents Trump still had in his possession and where they were.

According to Newsweek's sources, the raid had been timed for when Trump was away, to avoid giving the former president a photo-op, and to keep the process under wraps for as long as possible. One of the senior Justice Department officials Newsweek spoke to said this was a "spectacular backfire" because of the backlash the raid got.

The report from Newsweek was corroborated by reporting from The Journal.

The Journal spoke to anonymous sources familiar with the matter, who said that an individual who knew where the papers were stored had been in touch with investigators. According to The Journal, this individual told investigators there were more classified documents at Mar-a-Lago that were not among the 15 boxes that the National Archives retrieved from Trump's residence back in February.

The Department of Justice did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

The idea that investigators could have been tipped off sent Trumpworld into a tailspin. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, for one, raged during a live stream on Wednesday about an "FBI informant at Mar-a-Lago."

Axios reported that Trump allies believe someone may have "flipped" and given information on Trump to the FBI. Rolling Stone also reported, citing anonymous sources close to Trump, that the former president and his advisers are desperately trying to root out this informant, amid Trump's paranoia that people close to him might be wearing wires.

Vanessa Bryant In Tears As Lawyer Accuses L.A. Deputies Of Sharing Kobe Crash Scene Photos 'For A Laugh'

Vanessa Bryant's attorney accused Los Angeles County officials of exploiting Kobe Bryant's death and sharing photos from the scene of his helicopter crash "for a laugh" in opening arguments of a civil trial that started on Wednesday.

Bryant is suing the county for invasion of privacy, arguing that Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies and firefighters took and shared grisly photos from the scene of the 2020 crash that claimed the lives of her husband and Los Angeles Lakers icon Kobe Bryant, their 13-year-old daughter Gianna and seven others.


Per the Associated Press, Bryant's attorney Luis Li argued in his opening statement that the photos were taken on cell phones and shared in nonprofessional personal settings that he described as "visual gossip." Bryant wiped away tears as Li made his case.

"January 26, 2020 was the worst day of Vanessa Bryant's life," Li said in a Los Angeles U.S. District Court room. "The county made it much worse. They poured salt in an open wound and rubbed it in. ...

"They were shared by deputies playing video games. They were shared repeatedly with people who had absolutely no reason to receive them."

Mira Hashmall, the lawyer for the county, argued that the photos were a necessary tool for the first responders on the scene.

"Site photography is essential," Hashmall said.

They each made their case in front of a jury of 10 that was selected earlier Wednesday and includes a nun, a TV producer and a college student. Per CNN, potential jurors who claimed strong feelings for either Kobe or Vanessa Bryant or Los Angeles Sheriff Alex Villanueva were struck from the pool.

Villanueva acknowledged in 2020 that members of his department took photos and shared them in personal settings. He said in March of that year that he was content that eight deputies who took photos had deleted them.

“That was my No. 1 priority, was to make sure those photos no longer exist,” Villanueva told NBC4 in 2020. “We identified the deputies involved, they came to the station on their own and had admitted they had taken them and they had deleted them. And we're content that those involved did that.”

Per AP, Li showed jurors security footage from a bar of an off-duty deputy sharing images from the scene with a bartender, who shook his head in response. He then told jurors that firefighters shared images at a banquet two weeks later and showed them documentation that those photos were eventually shared with 30 people.

Bryant described the trauma the existence of the photos has caused her in a pre-trial legal filing in December.

“These deputies and firefighters took the worst thing that has ever happened to me — the worst thing that could happen to any mother or spouse — and made it worse,” Bryant stated in the filing. “I will never be able to shake the anguish from knowing that the officials who are supposed to keep us safe treated Kobe and Gianna with such callous disrespect.

"For the rest of my life, one of two things will happen: either close-up photos of my husband’s and daughter’s bodies will go viral online, or I will continue to live in fear of that happening.”

Hashmall argued on Wednesday that the photos haven't appeared online, a testament to the discipline of the first responders in ensuring their security.

"They're not online," Hashmall said. "They're not in the media. They've never even been seen by the plaintiffs themselves. That is not an accident. That is a function of how diligent they were."

She also addressed the deputy who shared the image with the bartender, whom she described as a longtime friend of the deputy.

"He pulled out his phone, and that should not have happened," she said. "In a lapse, in a moment of weakness, he showed those photos, and he has regretted it every day of his life."

Chris Chester, whose wife Sarah and 13-year-old daughter Payton were killed in the crash, is also a plaintiff. Per USA Today, his lawyer Jerome Jackson described a graphic image of Sarah's body having been cut in half at the waist as one that was shared.

“That’s what they photographed,” Jackson said, per USA Today. “That’s what they shared. That’s what they laughed at.”

Lakers general manager Rob Pelinka was Kobe's agent and close friend and Gianna's godfather. He took the stand on Wednesday and testified that the sharing of the images has “added so much more grief," according to USA Today.

Hasmhall argued that the grief experienced by the crash victim's survivors was about their deaths — not the photos.

"There is no doubt these families have suffered," she said, per AP. "It's unspeakable. But this case is not about the loss from the crash. It's about the pictures."

Disney Tops Netflix On Streaming Subscribers, Sets Higher Prices

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) -Walt Disney Co edged past Netflix Inc with a total of 221 million streaming customers and announced it will increase prices for customers who want to watch Disney+ or Hulu without commercials.

The media giant will raise the monthly cost of Disney+ without advertising by 38% to $10.99 in December, when it begins to offer a new option that includes ads for the current price.

Shares of Disney rose 6.9% in after-hours trading to $120.15 on Wednesday.

Disney in 2017 staked its future on building a streaming service to rival Netflix as audiences moved to online viewing from traditional cable and broadcast television.

Five years later, Disney has edged past Netflix in total streaming customers. The Mouse House added 14.4 million Disney+ customers, beating the consensus of 10 million expected by analysts polled by FactSet, as it released "Star Wars" series "Obi-Wan Kenobi" and Marvel's "Ms. Marvel."

Combined with Hulu and ESPN+, Disney said it had 221.1 million streaming subscribers at the end of the June quarter. Netflix said it had 220.7 million streaming subscribers.

"Disney is gaining market share when Netflix is struggling to add more subscribers," Investing.com analyst Haris Anwar said. "Disney has still more room to grow in international markets where it’s rolling out its service fast and adding new customers."

To help attract new customers, Disney will offer an ad-supported version starting on Dec. 8 for $7.99 a month, the same price it now charges for the ad-free version, the company said.

Prices for Hulu will rise by $1 to $2 per month in December depending on the plan.

The company lowered its long-term subscriber forecast for Disney+ customers on Wednesday, blaming the loss of cricket rights in India.

Disney now projects between 215 million and 245 million total Disney+ customers by the end of September 2024. That is down from the 230 million to 260 million which Disney had been forecasting.

The adjustment came from reduced expectations for India, where the company is losing streaming rights for Indian Premier League cricket matches.

For the first time, Disney broke out estimates for Disney+ Hotstar customers in India from the rest of Disney+.

Chief Financial Officer Christine McCarthy said Disney expected to add up to 80 million Disney+ Hotstar customers by September 2024, and between 135 million and 165 million others.

The company still expects its streaming TV unit to turn a profit in fiscal 2024, McCarthy said. In the most recent quarter, the division lost $1.1 billion.

For the fiscal third quarter ended July 2, Disney posted adjusted earnings per share of $1.09, up 36% from a year earlier, as visitors packed its theme parks. Analysts polled by Refinitiv had expected earnings of 96 cents.

Operating income more than doubled at the parks, experiences and products division to $3.6 billion.

Streaming losses put a drag on the media and entertainment unit, whose profit declined by 32% to nearly $1.4 billion.

Overall revenue rose 26% from a year earlier to $21.5 billion, ahead of the analyst consensus of $20.96 billion.

Taylor Swift On 'Shake It Off' Copyright Lawsuit

On Monday, Taylor Swift filed a motion in response to a 2017 copyright lawsuit claiming she stole the lyrics to her 2014 single “Shake It Off” from 3LW’s 2001 song “Playas Gon’ Play.” The lawsuit was originally filed by songwriters Sean Hall and Nathan Butler. In court documents, Swift claimed she had never heard the track she is accused of plagiarizing, and said, “the lyrics to ‘Shake It Off’ were written entirely by me.” “In writing the lyrics, I drew partly on experiences in my life and, in particular, unrelenting public scrutiny of my personal life, ‘clickbait’ reporting, public manipulation, and other forms of negative personal criticism which I learned I just needed to shake off and focus on my music,” the singer wrote. Songwriters Hall and Butler claim that Swift lifted the “Playas gon’ play / And haters, they gon’ hate” lines from their 2001 song to write 2014’s song with “Cause the players gonna play, play, play, play, play / And the haters gonna hate, hate, hate, hate, hate.”

Chrissy Teigen Has A Message For Those Making Comments About Her Face

On Monday, Chrissy Teigen shared a photo of her on a boat with her and hubby John Legend‘s son Miles. Instead of focusing on how happy Teigen and her son look together, commenters remarked on Teigen’s appearance. “I’ve had these teeth for like 10 years,” Teigen responded, referring to veneers that some commenters pointed out. And when someone else added that she keeps “changing” her face, Chrissy replied, “You guys are somethin.” Teigen’s comments come on the heels of her announcing last week that she’s expecting a baby with Legend.

Johnny Depp Re-Signs With Dior As The Face Of Sauvage Cologne

Johnny Depp first became the face of the men's scent in 2015. And now, he has reportedly signed back with Dior to continue being the face of their Sauvage cologne in a multi-year deal worth millions. According to a report, he signed on the dotted line for a seven-figure sum and already has new promotional photos ready for a new campaign, while his legal problems with ex-wife Amber Heard continue. TMZ is reporting that Johnny inked the new deal to continue fronting the fragrance after fashion photographer Greg Williams attended one of Johnny and Jeff Beck's gigs in Paris.

Kanye West Mocks Davidson After Break-Up With Kim

Kanye West returned to Instagram yesterday to celebrate Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson’s split. He posted a fake New York Times front page with a headline declaring "Skete" Davidson dead at 28. Ye has more than 16 million followers on Instagram but that's currently his only post on the platform—he deleted the others earlier this year, when he was briefly suspended for captioning a photo of Trevor Noah with racial slurs.

Anne Heche Is In A Coma

Anne Heche is in critical condition after slipping into a coma following a weekend car crash, Page Six is reporting. The actress’ rep said yesterday that she is in critical condition following Friday’s fiery car crash. “Shortly after the accident, Anne Heche became unconscious, slipping into a coma,” her spokesperson said. “She has a significant pulmonary injury requiring mechanical ventilation and burns that require surgical intervention.” Earlier yesterday, Page Six confirmed that the Los Angeles Police Department had received a warrant to test Heche’s blood to determine whether she was under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs at the time of the accident. Officers believe Heche may have been drunk when she crashed her blue Mini Cooper into an LA home, igniting a massive fire that burned her and her car.

Olivia Newton-John Dies

Olivia Newton-John — star of the movie musical Grease — has died at age 73. "Dame Olivia Newton-John passed away peacefully at her Ranch in Southern California this morning, surrounded by family and friends. We ask that everyone please respect the family's privacy during this very difficult time," her husband, John Easterling, announced yesterday on Newton-John's socials. "Olivia has been a symbol of triumphs and hope for over 30 years sharing her journey with breast cancer. Her healing inspiration and pioneering experience with plant medicine continues with the Olivia Newton-John Foundation Fund, dedicated to researching plant medicine and cancer. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that any donations be made in her memory to the @onjfoundation." In May 2017, Newton-John announced that she was diagnosed with breast cancer which had metastasized to the sacrum. Her team said that Newton-John would be completing photon radiation therapy, in addition to natural wellness therapies after consulting with her medical team at the Olivia Newton-John Cancer Wellness and Research Centre in Melbourne, Australia. She was doing well in February of last year as she prepared for daughter Chloe Lattanzi's wedding. Last year, Olivia told Hoda Kotb that her cancer was back. No word on the cause of death.

"Bullet Train" Tops North American Box Office

The Brad Pitt-Sandra Bullock movie Bullet Train is the No. 1 movie in North America, earning $30.1 million in receipts. Coming in at No. 2 is DC League of Super-Pets, followed by Nope at No. 3 with $8.5 million, Thor: Love and Thunder at No. 4 with $7.6 million, Minions: The Rise of Gru at No. 5 with $7.1 million. The rest of the top 10: Top Gun: Maverick at No. 6 with $7 million, Where the Crawdads Sing at No. 7 with $5.6 million, Easter Sunday at No. 8 with $5.3 million, Elvis at No. 9 with $4 million and The Black Phone at No. 10 with $1.5 million.

Alec Baldwin Slammed For Sending Message Of Support To Anne Heche

Alec Baldwin is being slammed for supporting Anne Heche after the actress crashed into a house after driving 100 mph, allegedly while drunk. In a video posted to Instagram on Saturday, Baldwin called Heche “an amazingly talented woman” as he asked his fans to send their support and love to the star who is currently in stable condition at a hospital. “Anne is an old pal of mine,” Baldwin said, adding: “There's not a lot of women I've worked with that are brave in the way that Anne is brave.” “She is an amazingly talented woman. I love you Anne, I love you and I think you are such a talented person. I hope everything is OK, I hope you come through this. My heart goes out to you. I'm sorry you had this tragic thing happen to you, and I'm sending you all my love,” he added.” “Everyone please join me please in sending their support and love to the wonderful Anne Heche. Thanks.” “She was drinking and driving,” said Dennis Depew, an actor who has appeared in Live Free or Die Hard, “and considering that woman killed all those people yesterday on the corner of La Brea and Slauson for the same thing, drinking and driving. Anne Heche needs to go to rehab ASAP,” he said, suggesting: “She'll probably get arrested and charged once they release her from the ER.” Nathan Schneider, a political consultant, also tweeted: “She could have killed somebody. Heche needs some serious mental health counseling before she hurts someone.”

Actress Anne Heche Severely Burned In Fiery Car Crash

Anne Heche was involved in nasty car crash on Friday that left her severely burned and intubated in the hospital. She was reportedly driving her blue Mini Cooper down a suburban street in Los Angeles around noon when she crashed into the garage of an apartment complex. According to reports, bystanders tried to help Heche exit the vehicle, but she allegedly backed up and drove off before crashing into another home where her car became engulfed in flames. It appears that Heche may have been under the influence of alcohol; a bottle with a red cap was seen in the car’s cup holder shortly before the accident. Sources told TMZ that Heche is expected to live.

Patton Oswalt Confirms Eternals Sequel

Patton Oswalt let slip that an “Eternals” sequel is happening. The actor joined Harry Styles in a brief post-credits scene as Pip and Eros/Starfox, respectively, and now Oswalt has claimed both look set to return for "more adventures" with Chloé Zhao back to helm the second movie in the Marvel superhero series. Appearing on The Today Show, he let slip: “Harry Styles and I are in a little post-credits sequence in the Eternals. I play Pip the Troll, he plays Starfox, Thanos’ brother. They have announced there’s going to be an 'Eternals' sequel. Chloé Zhao is going to direct it. So, hopefully there will be more adventures of Starfox and Pip.” Although Oswalt said the sequel was "announced," neither Marvel nor Zhao have officially confirmed a sequel.

Lady Gaga Will Star In 'Joker' Sequel

Lady Gaga will star in “Joker: Folie à Deux.” She will star alongside Joaquin Phoenix in the upcoming musical sequel to 2019's Joker. Gaga confirmed her casting on social media yesterday, posting an animated video of her and Phoenix's silhouettes set to old-timey music. Along with the title, she shared the film's release date: Oct. 4, 2024. While plot and character details are still unknown, Harley — originally known as Dr. Harleen Quinzel — is villain Joker's love interest/sidekick in several iterations of the Batman story, and met the sinister prankster while serving as his psychiatrist at Gotham City's Arkham Asylum.

Keanu Reeves To Star In 'Devil In The White City' Series For HULU

Yesterday, Hulu announced that Keanu Reeves will executive-produce and star in Devil in the White City.” Based on the best-selling novel by Erik Larson, Devil in the White City “tells the story of Daniel H. Burnham, a demanding but visionary architect who races to make his mark on history with the 1893 Chicago World’s Fair, and Dr. H. H. Holmes, America’s first modern serial killer and the man behind the notorious ‘Murder Castle’ built in the Fair’s shadow,” according to the synopsis.

Ronda Rousey Suspended Indefinitely From WWE After Attacking Summerslam Official

Ronda Rousey has been suspended indefinitely by the WWE following her attack on an official during Saturday's SummerSlam in Nashville. The WWE released a statement saying, "Following her attack on referee Dan Engler at SummerSlam, Ronda Rousey has been fined an undisclosed amount and will be suspended." Rousey unleashed her wrath on Engler "after her SmackDown Women's Title Match, claiming [Engler] missed Liv Morgan tapping out to the Armbar while he counted the pinfall." The suspension now means Rousey won’t appear on this week's Friday Night SmackDown.

Crissy Teigen Is Pregnant

Chrissy Teigen and John Legend are expecting a baby after suffering a tragic pregnancy loss nearly two years ago. The cookbook author made the announcement on Instagram yesterday alongside a series of pics that showcased her baby bump in see-through underwear. “the last few years have been a blur of emotions to say the least, but joy has filled our home and hearts again,” Teigen began in the caption. “1 billion shots later (in the leg lately, as u can see!) we have another on the way. Every appointment I’ve said to myself, ‘ok if it’s healthy today I’ll announce ‘but then I breathe a sigh of relief to hear a heartbeat and decide I’m just too nervous still.” Chrissy shared she still feels hesitation given the loss of her and Legend’s third child, Jack, in October 2020, but explained how she is pushing through those emotions. “I don’t think I’ll ever walk out of an appointment with more excitement than nerves but so far, everything is perfect and beautiful and I’m feeling hopeful and amazing,” she wrote. “Ok phew it’s been very hard keeping this in for so long!”

"She-Hulk" Gets New Premiere Date At Disney+

The Marvel series She-Hulk: Attorney at Law now will premiere August 18 on Disney+, a day later than was previously announced. Across nine episodes, Tatiana Maslany will bring to life Jennifer Walters, an attorney specializing in superhuman-oriented legal cases who must navigate the complicated life of a single thirtysomething who also happens to be a 6-foot-7 superpowered green hulk. She counts on the guidance of her cousin The Hulk (Mark Ruffalo) to help figure out what being a giant green superhero is all about.

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