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Kurt Angle will be returning to action at the PPV – replacing Roman Reigns in the main event, teaming with Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose against Kane, Braun Strowman, The Miz, Sheamus, and Cesaro in a TLC Match.

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Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn get Hollywood stars

Actress Goldie Hawn has said the double Hollywood star ceremony for her and Kurt Russell felt like a wedding.
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After 33 years together, and nearly 50 years in show business, Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell received stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in a special joint ceremony.

The longtime couple shared a sweet kiss at the podium on Thursday, where they were joined by guests including Hawn’s daughter, Kate Hudson, Reese Witherspoon and Quentin Tarantino.

“The first time I ever fell in love with a movie star was Goldie Hawn,” Witherspoon said during her speech. “She’s continued to inspire me in my entire career. She is a true movie star.”

The actress went on to reveal that she “accepted the role of Elle Woods  all because of Goldie,” adding that, “Every career choice I think, ‘Would Goldie approve of this?’ ”

Beginning to get emotional and teary eyed, Witherspoon continued, “She shattered all sorts of barriers for women. She changed the possibilities of what women can do in film. Thank you for making us laugh, she has lit up my life. She’s changed my life and she’s quite simply my idol. I love you Goldie.”

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Hudson took the podium next, saying, “I was slotted in to talk about my mother, but I have two parents and they’re both here. I always thought I’d be talking about them at a wedding or something, but since a wedding doesn’t seem to be in our near future, this seems to be my only opportunity.”

She continued, “They’re philosophy is family first. As their child, what really stands out is somehow in their phenomenal careers, they’ve maintained normalcy with all of their children. They never hid away their love for making movies. For me and my brother , we grew up with artists. These shining stars standing next to me, they’re real legacy is what they’ve instilled in us kids.”

Russell and Hawn’s stars are neighbors with another celebrity couple: Felicity Huffman and William H. Macy. They’re also near film producers Richard Donner and Lauren Shuler Donner, and Cyndi Lauper and Harvey Fierstein, who worked together on Kinky Boots.

Hawn, 71, and Russell, 66, have been together since 1983, but they’ve only costarred together once, in 1987’s Overboard, directed by the late Garry Marshall.

The duo also both have new movies out. Russell stars alongside Chris Pratt in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, which hits theaters Friday; while Hawn and Amy Schumer’s Snatched opens nationwide May 12.


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Walt Disney’s Last Words Were ‘Kurt Russell,’ According To Kurt Russell

When it comes to the legend of Walt Disney’s final statement, Kurt Russell has the last word.

Disney Studios has always been a huge part of the actor’s career. He signed a 10-year contract with the studio early on and now Russell is starring as Star-Lord’s dad, Ego, in Disney and Marvel’s upcoming “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.” Still, his connection to the company goes well beyond business. 

As a kid, Russell had a close, personal relationship with Walt Disney. The industry pioneer thought so highly of the young actor that a legend surfaced claiming Disney’s last words were actually “Kurt Russell.”

In fact, it’s more than legend, according to Russell. It’s true. 

Disney died in 1966 when Russell was still a teen. The actor says he learned about Disney’s last words a couple of years later.

In a recent interview, Russell told HuffPost, “They pulled me into the office a couple years after he died, and this woman — who I don’t believe it was his secretary, but it might’ve been, I don’t know ― pointed to [something he wrote] and she said, ‘Do you know what that’s about?’ And I said, ‘No, I don’t.’[She said], ‘Because he wrote something after it. But then he went back up and he wrote your name. That was the last thing he wrote.’ And I said, ‘Oh gee. I don’t know what it’s connected to.’”

Was it because Disney considered Russell a friend? Was it for a movie role? Who knows?

Russell said he’s been asked about it for years, but he doesn’t know any more than that. “She was pointing out that that’s the last thing he wrote. That’s the only thing I know.”

The actor said Disney was very important in his life and he learned a “tremendous amount” from him. Russell’s stories are even more unbelievable than learning Disney’s last words.

“We did have a personal relationship. We played Ping-Pong at lunch sometimes. He’d come down to set. We’d go watch movies that the studio was making, and he’d come down and ask if I wanted to go see them. He’d took me around and introduced me to all the different departments at Disney, and at one point gave me a bunch of original photo cells that they make the backdrop drawings of the characters and stuff like that,” said Russell.

“There were many, many things that I connected with him [on],” he continued. “He reminded me a lot of my own grandfather. My grandfather was a creative and sort of inventive man, and they were not dissimilar in their demeanor, too.”

Apparently, Disney even liked to give Russell career advice. The actor’s family has a deep connection to professional baseball; his dad, Bing Russell, ended up owning a minor league baseball team — a “unique” minor league baseball team (which is the subject of the documentary “The Battered Bastards of Baseball”). Kurt played pro baseball himself for a while, too. Disney told him early on that he didn’t think it was for him.

“I was very comfortable around him, and I had a great time with him, great relationship, and it was very important. He said to me, ‘Baseball might not be something that you end up doing as a career.’ He said, ‘I think you might want to look at things in this business because I think your going to have a long career.’ So he did have a strong effect on me,” recalled Russell.

After an injury reportedly slowed his baseball dreams, Russell became an actor again, and Disney’s prediction of a long career came true. 

“Guardians of the Galaxy 2” is now set to be one of the biggest box-office successes of the actor’s career, and it’s coming on the heels of another one of the his movies, “Fate of the Furious,” which is soon passing $ 1 billion worldwide

Russell said, “It’s just serendipitous the fact that they’re coming out literally back-to-back, so that’s kind of [an] amazing event.”

Or perhaps it’s just a bit of Disney magic.

“Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2” hits theaters in May. 

 

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Kurt Russell And Goldie Hawn’s First Date Was Interrupted By Police

As much as we may hate the term “relationship goals,” there’s really no better way to describe Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn. The couple, who’ve been together for over 30 years, have defied the odds of celebrity romances. 

During a Friday appearance on Harry Connick Jr.’s talk show “Harry,” Russell dished on the night it all began. Russell and Hawn were filming the 1984 World War II movie “Swing Shift.” Sexy times were had and police were involved. 

“I said, ‘You know, if we have to dance in this, you’re a professional dancer,’” Russell recalled. “‘You know how to dance, but I just need to figure something out.’ She said, ‘We should go somewhere and dance to that kind of swing music.’ I said, ‘I’ll find that.’ The Playboy Club was the only place that had that. So we went to the Playboy Club, and I just immediately was having a great time with this girl, Goldie.”

When the two left the club, they agreed their night was far from over. They wound up back at Hawn’s house, which was being renovated at the time. That’s when things started to get interesting. 

“We eventually found our way upstairs, looking around at imaginary furniture, and we were in the imaginary bedroom, now, and we are realistically having sex when the police walked in, because we had to break into the place to get in,” “The Hateful Eight” star said.

Russell couldn’t help but laugh about the incident as he retold the story, noting it was “bizarre and weird.” “We were being told to go get a hotel room, which we did,” he said. 

And the rest is history. 

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Courtney Love Pens Heartbreaking Message To Late Husband Kurt Cobain

Courtney Love’s daughter Frances Bean Cobain turned 23 on Aug. 18, and the milestone seems to have stirred some emotions in the rock star. 

On Aug. 19, Love shared a photo of herself with her late husband, Kurt Cobain, in bed with Frances when she was just a baby. Love captioned the photo, “My greatest love and our precious Bean #missyou #memories.” 

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Two days later, the 51-year-old singer shared another image from the same photo shoot and penned a heartbreaking message to Cobain, who died in 1994 from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. 

“Makes me feel so sad. Our baby is all grown up now. Jesus Kurt look at her face, what on earth were you thinking..!?!? God I miss you, we all miss you #family #memories #turnbacktime #lovehim,” she wrote.

While Cobain never really seems to fade from the headlines, the late rocker was in the spotlight again earlier this year with the release of the documentary “Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck,” which saw Frances Bean acting as executive producer and had Love’s full support. 

 

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The Kurt Cobain Movie You Need to See: “Soaked In Bleach”

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I grew up in Seattle. I experienced the same rainy, dreary weather, sometimes for 20 to 30 days straight, that is often cited as the reason why our music became grunge music in the soggy, moss-covered environs of the Pacific Northwest. We were stuck inside. Grey. Dark. Gloomy. Depressing. People said, “But of course you would come up with grunge music!” This, as the narrative goes, then led to the grungification of the rest of the planet.

Really?

All because of this participatory precipitation?

Talk about a load of Ballard BS! A Muckleshoot of Misperception I say! (sorry, local references)

Sure, you couldn’t always go outside, but how many bands in warm weather regions actually practiced outside? I’ve traveled the world and I can tell you there are many misperceptions about the great northwest — the people, the climate and the music. Some are easy to refute, such as, “Good God, it always rains in Seattle!” Well, it rains more annually in New York City and Atlanta than Seattle, so take that!

Others are not so easy to refute.

Especially one.

And it’s a big one.

Nirvana lead singer Kurt Cobain committed suicide.

Many have tried for years to refute, to disprove the Seattle Police Department’s official cause of death. Many believe Cobain did not commit suicide and was, in fact, murdered. There are nearly as many theories as to what happened to Cobain as there are rainy days in the Emerald City.

So numerous are these theories that they often become a downpour of information, where individual droplets, of both fact and fiction, rain down into one big, murky puddle of what I call faction (clearly not your traditional faction definition). Fact and fiction have become indistinguishable from each other.

Some of these factions have come in the form of movies, both documentary and scripted. I’ve seen nearly all of them. Some of are the definition of faction and others, while earnest, miss the mark.

Until now.

That’s because I just finished watching Benjamin Statler’s documentary, Soaked In Bleach, for the second time in as many days. Yes, twice.

I don’t want to sit here in my New York City hotel room and tell you all the reasons why Soaked In Bleach works so well, because I’d rather you watch it and experience it for yourself. I’m not a fan of reviews that exhaustively tell you everything about a movie. (Look, I didn’t even want to know the sex of my children before they were born. There are too few real surprises in life anymore.)

But I will say a few things why I believe this documentary works where most have failed.

First, Statler does something very well that I usually do not like at all in a documentary: re-enactments. They often take me right out of the narrative, they are poorly acted and just seem like bad movie-making 101.

In fact, the director starts off the movie with a re-enactment. I have to be honest, I thought to myself, “For the love of God, really?”

However, Statler handles it brilliantly.

The director intersperses re-enactments with the real audio recordings from back-in-the-day and marries it to the scene we are watching on the screen. So, you will hear the real audio from those tape recordings, noted by a small text on the screen of who is speaking and then that character will come into view on screen and he/she will be saying those same words, but it’s not the actors voice at first. He’s dubbed the real recording over the actor’s voice and then blends out the old recording to bring in the actors voice. It’s a great way to add authenticity to the scene as a tangible, factual reference and not take us out of the documentary feel. The film feels like a documentary, but with feature-film qualities. I actually found myself looking forward to those re-enactment scenes.

“We knew we had the straight documentary,” Statler told me recently, “And we had the context of the story in real time from Tom Grant’s recordings.”

Tom Grant is the private investigator hired by Cobain’s wife, Courtney Love. Love hired Grant to find her husband because she assumed he was missing. Cobain had been in rehab and had left the facility without contacting her. Grant has hours and hours of audio recordings of in-person conversations as well as phone conversations with nearly everyone involved with Kurt and Courtney during the time period leading up to and after the death of Kurt. It provides for a fascinating narrative.

Grant is a lightening rod, not only in the film, but in real life to this very day in his relentless pursuit to get fundamental questions answered regarding Kurt’s death. Grant’s taken a public beating for this for years, but continues to soldier on.

And what may finally vindicate Grant just a bit is what Statler has been able to do in this film – get some of the actual players surrounding the death of Kurt to speak on camera, some for the first time ever.

From paramedic John Fisk, the first responder on the scene with the Seattle Fire Department describing what he witnessed to Norm Stamper, Seattle Chief of Police on the day Kurt was killed stating there were, indeed, investigative mistakes, these first person accounts add chilling, factual insight.

“We should have, in fact, taken steps to study patterns involved in the behavior of key individuals who had a motive to see Kurt Cobain dead,” says Stamper in the film.

“It’s about right and wrong, it’s about honor, it’s about ethics,” Stamper continues, “And if we didn’t have it right the first time we better damn well get it right the second time.”

The second time they are talking about is re-opening the investigation. In fact, director Statler has enlisted some of the top forensic scientists and homicide experts to study the facts of the case and they all, unequivocally, call for the case to be re-opened.

“Having world-renowned experts back up Tom Grant’s investigation,” said Statler, “and calling for a re-opening of the case based on the fact of the Seattle Police Department’s flawed investigation is key to this film’s authenticity.”

I asked Statler why this documentary? Why now? What is his motivation?

“I’m not motivated by punishment,” Statler said. “It is unbearable to me that there is this acceptance of Cobain’s suicide despite this mountain of evidence out there that doesn’t add up”

Statler and every expert point to one small item, on just one line, on the police report from the day Kurt’s body was found. That item turned out to be, in their words, the biggest mistake of the case.

It is shocking.

What is it? You’ll just have to watch Soaked In Bleach. Maybe even twice.

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