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Shannon Beador: No One is My Puppet Master

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Shannon Beador: No One is My Puppet Master

 

Shannon Beador is reacting to this week’s episode of The Real Housewives of Orange County and Kelly Dodd’s accusation that she has Stockholm’s syndrome. Shannon insists in her blog that no one is her puppet master and apologizes for her part in the drama at The Quiet Woman.

“So we’ve all had a day to process the drama that happened at The Quiet Woman, and I am absolutely embarrassed for my part of the hoopla. Some people claim to enjoy upsetting others, but I don’t. And by the way Kelly Dodd, I do “own my behavior” and I take responsibility for things that I do that are wrong. Both last week and this week, I have stated that I’m not the happiest with my behavior at the restaurant. Last week, I apologized to Lydia McLaughlin. Enough.

Kelly said it was just a “matter of time” before she ran into me and she made sure that it finally happened. One thing is for certain, though…no one is my puppet master. And I don’t even know how to respond to Kelly’s newest revelation that I have “Stockholm’s syndrome.” Completely ignorant. Loved Michael’s expression at the end.

Driving with Sophie. It’s not easy as a parent to say nothing because bottom line, driving is dangerous. I truly think permit drivers should have a magnetic sign to place on the exterior of the car so other drivers are aware that an inexperienced driver is behind the wheel. That being said, Sophie actually is a good driver now from what I’ve seen. We had the Varsity Driving Academy instructor finish the rest of Sophie’s driving hours. At least their car is labeled. My heart couldn’t take it!

It is so difficult to watch my good friend Tamra Judge go through such heartache as she was cut out of her daughter’s life. I can’t even imagine the pain she has experienced and I have such a respect for her strength. I remember last year when she filmed a portion of the documentary for Erasing Families. I am so proud of Tamra that she has become active in this organization and is shedding light on an issue that affects so many people. I feel horrible that I wasn’t there to support Tamra because David surprised our family with a trip to Mexico, but I was there in spirit. Her speech was amazing!”

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NFL’s Malcolm Jenkins: Kaepernick Invited to Owners’ Meeting, Didn’t Show (UPDATE)

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NFL’s Malcolm Jenkins: Kaepernick Invited to Owners’ Meeting, Didn’t Show (UPDATE)

 

 

1:08 PM PT — Kaepernick’s lawyer, Mark Geragos, says his client was NOT officially invited to the meeting by team or league officials, but is “open to future participation on these important discussions.”

Colin Kaepernick was invited to NFL headquarters to talk about social issues with team owners … but decided not to show up to the meeting, Malcolm Jenkins told the media on Tuesday.

Several players sat down with owners in Manhattan today to discuss ways to promote positive change … and both sides agreed it was a step in the right direction, but there’s more work to do.

“Those conversations will continue. That dialogue will continue,” Jenkins said.

“As players, we’ll continue to do the work in our communities. We feel like that’s the most American thing to do is to use your platform to influence with the stage that we have.”

As for the national anthem demonstrations … Jenkins says it wasn’t the focus of the meeting.

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Harvey Weinstein to TWC Board, ‘I’m Sorry, I Have a Real Problem’

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Harvey Weinstein to TWC Board, ‘I’m Sorry, I Have a Real Problem’

 

 

Harvey Weinstein was apologetic and contrite during the Board of Directors meeting Tuesday when he resigned under pressure from the Board … sources connected to the meeting tell TMZ.

We’re told there was no screaming, no yelling, no anger. Harvey Weinstein told the Board, “I have a real problem,” and then apologized for the “trouble and confusion” he caused TWC.

We’re told Weinstein, who was on speaker phone from Arizona, told the Board he needed to build a new life and move on.

Our sources say everyone sounded conciliatory … partly because the handwriting was on the wall.  The Board made it clear Weinstein had a legal obligation to resign from the Board after it ratified his firing from TWC. He did just that.

Harvey, we’re told, was “peaceful” during the meeting and Bob was subdued.

We’re told the sense of the Board is that Harvey Weinstein will not force his firing to arbitration or court.

Our sources say both Harvey and Bob Weinstein have an overriding interest in making sure Colony Capital succeeds in restructuring the company — money. The each have roughly 21% equity interest in TWC, and if the company fails, they walk away with nothing.

As one source put it, “Harvey and Bob have a huge stake in making sure Colony Capital can put Humpty Dumpty back together again.”

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Andrew Kevin Walker to Script Lone Wolf and Cub Movie

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Se7en’s Andrew Kevin Walker to script Lone Wolf and Cub movie

The Hollywood Reporter brings word that Paramount Pictures has landed long-in-development and long-running Japanese manga Lone Wolf and Cub, with the studio having now enlisted Se7en scribe Andrew Kevin Walker to pen the script.

Justin Lin (Fast & Furious, Star Trek Beyond) has been attached to the project since 2012 and is set to produce the film while also eyeing to direct the adaptation.

Described as an epic samurai adventure, Lone Wolf and Cub was first published in 1970 from writer Kazuo Koike and artist Goseki Kojima. The series ran for six years with 28 volumes of content and over 7,000 pages. The series follows Itto Ogami, the Shogun’s executioneer, who finds himself on an unending quest for revenge after his family is murdered, leaving only his infant son alive. The series follows their adventures as a father and son team and as the young Daigoro grows up they became a pair of assassins.

Lone Wolf and Cub was previously adapted into six feature films starring Tomisaburo Wakayama as Itto Ogami in the early to mid 1970s. Various other TV adaptations of the series have been created over the years as well, including a series running from 1973 to 1976 and one from 2002 to 2004.

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