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      Jane Fonda is willing to do time for climate change. The iconic actress was arrested Friday along with at least 16 other protestors who were outside the Capitol building participating in a climate change demonstration.

      Fonda was demonstrating with the group Oil Change International, and is part of her Fire Drill Fridays initiative, in which she will protest outside of the Capitol every Friday.

      She was charged with "crowding, obstructing or incommoding." According to reports, Fonda was taken into custody with her hands zip-tied behind her back as a crowd cheered.

      Fonda recently said she was taking time off of her hit Netflix series Grace and Frankie to engage in political activism. The 81-year-old said she was inspired by teenage activist Greta Thunberg. She has moved to D.C. "to be closer to the epicenter of the fight for our climate."

      On her blog, she said she decided to move over Labor Day in Big Sur, while she hung with pals Catherine Keener and Rosanna Arquette.

      She plans to protest again on Thursday, she wrote: "Next Thursday, Oct 17th, we are focusing on a Green New Deal. This is a truly vital thing for us to better understand. This is the framework that will guide us moving forward. It will be viciously attacked by the Fossil Fuel Industry & the politicians they've bought off. We the people must unite behind it. Tune in Thursday the 17th at 7pm to understand why. The beloved Sam Waterston will join me for the teach-in as will Rhiana Gunn-Wright, one of the authors of the Green New Deal. Ibram X Kendi, Professor & Director, Antiracist Research & Policy Center at American University & author of the remarkable Stamped From the Beginning and the newly published How to Be An Antiracist will join us for the Fire Drill Friday the next day, Oct 18th."


      Joker topped the box office for a second weekend in a row, bringing in $55 million in receipts, and generating $543 million all told in its first 12 days of release. The film stars Joaquin Phoenix as a psychotic clown, and despite its controversial depiction of violence, fans seem to be flocking to see it.

      The Warner Bros. film dropped just 43% in its second weekend out, an impressive record for a comic book movie. 2016's Batman vs. Superman dropped 70% in its second weekend out, while Logan dropped 57%.

      "This second weekend hold indicates more than just comic book fans are showing up," Shawn Robbins, chief analyst at, told CNN Business. "It's a movie with multiple creative elements resonating with those craving a grittier, wholly character-driven film set in a comic book world."

      The Addams Family bowed with a solid second place debut at $30 million, and Will Smith's Gemini Man rounded out the top three with $20.5 million.


      Jenni "JWoww" Farley hit up Instagram to vent her anger over watching her (now ex) boyfriend Zack Carpinello flirt with co-star Angelina Pivarnick on Thursday night's Jersey Shore Family Vacation.

      Farley, 33, wrote: "After seeing tonight's episode I'm pretty hurt. I feel disrespected by someone I called a friend and by someone who stated they loved me. For 5 months I was kept in the dark about this. For 5 months I was naive, probably laughed at and made into a story line sic that will forever haunt me.

      "My heart hurts on so many levels," she continued. "One thing I learned from tonight's episode is know your value. Don't ever lower your standards."

      On Friday, Carpinello apologized, writing on Instagram: "I made mistakes that I cannot take back, which I take full responsibility for. Jenni does not deserve any damage from anybody else. This is on me."

      But the pair may be making up. They were spotted out with her two kids, Meilani, 5, and Greyson, 3, at a Dinosaurs Theme Park on Saturday night.

      On the show, the crew hits a Las Vegas club after Pivarnick and Carpinello bicker. The two appear to make up and he starts to touch her but, at which point Pivarnick appears alarmed.

      JWoww and Pivarnick argued on Twitter during the show, and JWoww logged off, tweeting: "Safe too say, I'm never drinking tequila again #JSFamilyVacation."

      Farley and Carpinello began dating in March following her split from husband Roger Mathews.


      Jersey Shore star Ronnie Ortiz-Magro threatened to kill ex-girlfriend Jen Harley during a recent domestic dispute that ended in his arrest, according to TMZ.

      Ortiz-Magro, "told the victim he was going to kill her," according to the emergency protective order filed by the LAPD and obtained by TMZ.

      The order continues: "Suspect pushed victim out the house. Suspect ran after victim."

      He is accused of hitting and punching Harley and chasing her with a knife. The pair share an 18-month-old daughter. Ortiz-Magro was slapped with a protective order that prevented him from being within 100 yards of Harley and Ariana, but the order against the 33-year-old was lifted on Friday, according to Us Weekly.

      Ortiz-Magro reunited with his daughter after the order was lifted, taking her to Disneyland just hours later.

      He was booked at Van Nuys Jail for kidnapping, but the the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office has not filed official criminal charges. He was released from jail the same day he was arrested after posting the $100,000 bail.

      The pair dated on and off since 2017, but are reportedly broken up for good.


      JAMES MIDDLETON REVEALS KATE MIDDLETON JOINED HIM IN THERAPY: Kate and Pippa Middleton's younger brother James is revealing that while battling depression in 2017, he sought help. He tells The Telegraph that he went through almost a year of cognitive behavioral therapy, and that his entire family, including Kate, joined him for certain sessions. "And that was actually, a very, very big thing," he said. All of them attended. Not necessarily at the same time, but either individually and sometimes together. And that was so important because that helped them understand me and how my mind was working. And I think the way the therapy helped me was that I didn't need my family to say, 'What can we do?' The only thing they could do was just come to some of the therapy sessions to start to understand." Kate and Prince William have long supported mental health initiatives. Now, James is engaged to Alizee Thevenet, and in a much better place, he said.

      PETE DAVIDSON RETURNS TO SNL: Pete Davidson returned to NBC's Saturday Night Live after being absent for the first two episodes of the 45th season. He joked that he was hiding from the Demogorgon of Stranger Things. SNL host and Stranger star David Harbour appeared backstage, which was transformed into the Upside Down, with Davidson sitting pretty. "No. No, it can't be. Pete Davidson?! Is this where you've been? In the Upside Down?" Harbour asked. "Yeah, dude. It's lit, right?" Davidson replies. "Uh, not it's not," Harbour said. "Why don't you come back with me, you can do the show tonight." Davidson was actually absent because he was filming The Suicide Squad.

      KYLIE JENNER WANTS MORE BABIES: Kylie Jenner told Instagram followers during a Q&A that she "can't wait" to have more babies after splitting from Travis Scott. "I can't wait to have more babies," Jenner wrote after a fan asked if she'd like to expand her brood. "But not ready just yet." Jenner and Scott share the 20-month-old Stormi.

      ALEC AND HILARIA BALDWIN SHARE GENDER OF FIFTH CHILD: On Saturday, Hilaria Baldwin took to the 'Gram to let followers know that she and Alec are expecting a girl. She shared a clip of their four tots—Carmen, 6, Rafael, 4, Leonardo, 3, and Romeo, 1—going into a room where each one gets a doll wrapped in a blanket. They are told to unwrap the doll to get the scoop. "It's a girl," Carmen shouts after she unwraps the doll and sees it's wearing pink.

      MIGUEL AND KELLY CERVANTES SAY GOODBYE TO DAUGHTER: Hamilton star Miguel Cervantes and his wife Kelly are saying goodbye to their 3-year-old daughter, who entered hospice care. Adelaide has a neurodegenerative disorder, and suffered her first seizure at 7 months after missing milestones for kids her age. She was diagnosed with a form of epilepsy. "Oh, she was feisty as hell," Kelly, 37, tells People of her daughter, who entered hospice care last week after nearly a lifetime of battling seizures no one can still quite explain. "She is a warrior. I have never met someone stronger in my life. She shared her opinions in her own way."

      RYAN PHILLIPPE SETTLES WITH EX: Ryan Phillippe and his ex-girlfriend Elsie Hewitt have settled her $1 million assault lawsuit filed in L.A., E! reports. Phillippe has denied the allegations of assault; his lawyer called them an "unjustified attempt to extort money from Phillippe."


      JUNGLE CRUISE TRAILER DROPS: The first trailer for Jungle Cruise, starring Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt, has dropped. In the film, The Rock stars as a boat captain who guides Blunt and her brother (Jack Whitehall) on a trip to find a magical healing tree. Disney's Jungle Cruise hits theaters on July 24, 2020.

      STEVEN SPIELBERG, TOM CRUISE, GARY GOETZMAN SIGN WITH APPLE: Steven Spielberg, Tom Hanks and Gary Goetzman are teaming up for a limited series based on Donald L. Miller's Masters of the Air book about WWII. This series will appear on Apple, and is a follow-up to their WWII miniseries Band of Brothers and The Pacific, which aired on HBO. The original two series nabbed a total of 43 Emmy nominations and 14 Emmy wins including Outstanding Limited Series for both of them.

      TIM BURTON LAUNCHES LOST VEGAS ART EXHIBIT: Tim Burton loves Las Vegas, having spent much time there as a child with his parents. Now, the iconic director is opening up an art exhibit that he says is an homage to "a place where everyday rules seem not to apply." The work will be on display at the Neon Museum from October 15-February 15th. "Every element of grand Las Vegas is part of his memory: the Dunes, the Landmark of course, the Aladdin, the Sands," says Jenny He, Burton's curator, who for 10 years has spearheaded his museum exhibitions.

      LIZA ON DEMAND KILLING IT ON YOUTUBE: Season 2 of Liza on Demand is delivering big. The YouTube show starring Liza Koshy snagged more views for its debut episode in its first week than any of the other original series on YouTube to date. The show had 25 million views in the first seven days. "The success of ‘Liza on Demand' is proof that our ad-supported video-on-demand strategy is working," said Susanne Daniels, YouTube's global head of original content, in an emailed statement. She added, "Liza is an amazing talent who's successfully built a home on YouTube as both a creator and the star of her own hit original."