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(NEW YORK) — Harvey Weinstein engaged in sex trafficking by traveling to Europe and luring an aspiring actress from London to a hotel room where he sexually assaulted her, according to a new lawsuit filed against the disgraced movie producer.
The suit filed by Kadian Noble in federal court in Manhattan alleges that Weinstein went to London in 2014 and “groomed Kadian by telling her that he had a role in mind for her and that ‘it will be good for you.’” Later that year, he approached her again at the Majestic Hotel in Cannes, France, and asked her to come to his hotel room to watch her demo reel, it says.
Weinstein “knew that the promise of a role or the use of his influence on her behalf would entice Kadian into his hotel room, and knew that once there he was in a position to force the sexual activity he desired,” the suit says.
Kadian, 31, claims at one point, Weinstein put her on the phone with a Weinstein company producer who told her she “needed to be ‘a good girl and do whatever he wished,’ and if she did, then ‘they would work’ with her further,” it says. After that, it alleges he molested her and forced her into the bathroom to watch him masturbate.
The suit was filed under a sex-trafficking statute that has a 10-year limit for filing a complaint against someone who traveled to commit a sex crime through coercion. It seeks unspecified damages.
A spokeswoman for Weinstein said Monday that he “denies allegations of non-consensual sex” and “has further confirmed that there were never any acts of retaliation against any women for refusing his advances.”
In recent months, a widening scandal has seen Weinstein become the target of numerous sexual misconduct allegations made by actresses, models and other alleged victims. New York police have been investigating a 2010 rape allegation that could result in criminal charges.
WWE Monday Night RAW took place from the Thompson-Boling Arena in Knoxville, Tennessee. Here’s all the action that went down last night.
New champ, who dis? Having successfully managed to pry the Intercontinental championship off of The Miz and secure a grand slam collection of belts for his legacy, Roman Reigns was in a good mood. A mood to fight that is, as the new champ issued an open challenge. Which was met by the remnants of the Miztourage, as the A-Lister was nowhere to be seen after he was caught in a Shield Triple Powerbomb last week.
Bo Dallas and Curtis Axel may not have been ready to lock horns with Roman Reigns later in the night, but they did introduce one man crazy enough to take on the big dog: Elias.
Cesaro and Sheamus may be the current RAW tag team champions, but their efforts since then haven’t exactly showcased why they’re championship-material. With Sheamus defeated last week by Dean Ambrose, it was up to Cesaro to save face when he met former tag champ Seth Rollins in the ring. A task that was easier said than done, as a well-timed superkick and Ripcord combo put Cesaro down for the count.
Just in time for Dean Ambrose to invoke a rematch clause for the belts on RAW next week.
Deciding to finish up any lingering business with Titus O’Neil, Samoa Joe’s match against the Big Deal was brutal to say the least. While O’Neil did offer some resistance, it did little to stop the Samoan Machine from bulldozing through his competition, eventually ending the match with a Coquina Clutch. A deadly move, that soon found its way around the throat of Apollo Crews, as Joe cleaned up in the ring.
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The RAW Women’s division has some new blood in the ring, as the trio of Paige, Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville is ready to kickstart a new revolution under the team name of Absolution. Wanting to attack Sasha Banks again, Absolution made short work of Bayley and Mickie James backstage as they derailed the plan for a a six-woman tag team match.
Absolution’s game? To remind the women’s division that it was Paige who had kickstarted the revolution in the WWE’s women’s locker room, not the likes of Charlotte Flair, Asuka or Alexa Bliss. Banks was given a chance to bend the knee or face the consequences, but the Boss decided to throw down instead with Paige. A plucky move, but the numbers game quickly got the better of Banks.
There’s something odd about Matt Hardy lately. In fact, you could say that he’s on the verge of being…broken. In a match against Bray Wyatt, Matt Hardy’s attempt to connect a Moonsault was instead turned into a Sister Abigail finisher for Wyatt, earning him the win. Finally snapping, Matt Hardy sat in the ring, chanting one word over and over again: DELETE.
Let the games begin, because this sounds…DELIGHTFUL.
In cruiserweight action, a Fatal 4-Way between the cruiserweights kicked off. The first of a pair of events to find challengers that would face off against current champ Enzo Amore, this match ended with Rich Swann triumphing against the likes of Akira Tozawa, Noam Dar and Ariya Daivari thanks to a Phoenix Splash of note on the Scottish Supernova.
In his first defense of the Intercontinental Championship, Roman Reigns won…but at what cost? Elias fought smart, attempting to ground the champ as the Miztourage did their best to distract him at ringside, but the Big Dog powered through with a Spear that hit the mark and took Elias down for the count.
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Victory, but one that was met by Samoa Joe’s Coquina Clutch as the Samoan Machine ambushed the champ and applied the deadly hold to his new rival.
They say the third time’s the charm, as Dana Brooke claimed that she finally had a gameplan that could defeat Asuka in the ring. Spoiler: Nobody can prepare for the Empress of Tomorrow, as Brooke learnt the hard way. Again.
Looking to prove that his knee injury had already healed, Jason Jordan put up a terrific fight against the big red machine known as Kane. Turns out that Jordan’s knee may not have been rehabbed as well as he thought, as Kane discovered when he tossed the plucky superstar outside of the ring. Landing badly, Jordan’s tweaked knee flared up again as he painfully hobbled back to the ring.
It was all for naught however, as Jordan was counted out and Kane was declared the winner. Not satisfied with the carnage inflicted, Kane began beating up on Jordan, signalling Finn Balor to rush to the ring to lend some aid.
Even Balor’s assist didn’t help for long though, as Kane’s rampage continued in another match in the ring. Could anything stop this monster? Yup! A bigger monster in the form of Braun Strowman, as the gift of destruction arrived for some sweet payback after Kane almost broke his throat last week. Delivering a Running Powerslam on top of the dreaded steel steps, Strowman slammed a chair into the demon’s throat twice, forcing Kane to flee from the ring.
Last Updated: November 28, 2017
The Gotham Independent Film Awards, the Iowa caucus of Oscars season, kicked off on Monday with a surprise winner. “Call Me By Your Name” received the biggest boost, picking up two awards including best feature. The drama, directed by Luca Guadagnino, stars Armie Hammer and Timothee Chalamet as lovers in 1980 Italy.
While the Gothams are decided by small panels comprised of actors and directors, the ceremony hosted by the Independent Film Project has gained prominence in recent years. Three of the previous top Gotham winners — “Moonlight,” “Spotlight” and “Birdman” — were able to catapult from this venue at Cipriani Wall Street all the way to the Oscars stage.
For most of the evening, “Get Out” seemed like the unstoppable favorite. Jordan Peele picked up multiple awards, sweeping best screenplay, breakthrough director and the audience award for his hit horror drama released by Universal Pictures.
James Franco was named best actor for “The Disaster Artist.” His gonzo performance as Tommy Wiseau, the actor-director of the cult 2003 independent movie “The Room,” is now a likely award season contender. “I thought this movie was about making the best worst movie ever made,” Franco said. “But it’s actually about every artist with a dream.”
Saoirse Ronan earned best actress for playing a high school senior in “Lady Bird.” “It’s very heavy,” she said, as she picked up her trophy. She dedicated her prize to “the two women who mean so much to me,” as she nodded to her mother and her director Greta Gerwig.
The Gothams, now in its 27th year, used to only recognize small movies. But after adding more categories, including career tributes and TV and acting prizes, the ceremony now functions as the first official stop on the long awards season trail. This year’s dinner was as loopy as the Golden Globes — and longer. The entire event clocked at more than three hours.
Nicole Kidman, who received a career tribute by her pal Reese Witherspoon, told the audience to sit down after receiving a standing ovation. “These are the Independent Spirit Awards,” she beamed, as she identified the wrong awards show.
John Cameron Mitchell emceed the dinner with a quasi-political monologue that tanked in the room, met with almost no laughter or applause. “It’s a weird time,” said the director of “Hedwig and the Angry Inch.” “So we hashtag ‘resist’ because we’re panicking and we want to do the right thing.”
With his multiple trips to the stage, Peele proved that his horror drama “Get Out” will be a formidable awards season player. “When I started to write this film I set out to make a movie that would be my favorite movie that I had never seen,” Peele said. “I didn’t know it would actually ever get made.”
He added: “It’s so important that we support these voices from the outside, these perspectives we haven’t seen, we haven’t heard. They will resonate. We need these stories.”
Chalamet, 21, received the breakthrough actor award for his performance in “Call Me by Your Name.” “A big and tall thank you to my dance partner Armie Hammer for being so goddamn talented,” Chalamet said about his onscreen co-star.
Al Gore, a career tribute winner and the producer of the documentary “An Inconvenient Sequel,” took a moment in his speech to give a shout out to “my Nashville peeps” of Kidman and Witherspoon. “‘Big Little Lies’ was awesome,” said the former vice president, offering a ringing endorsement that seemed to come out of left field.
See the full list of winners below:
Call Me by Your Name (Sony Pictures Classics)
Strong Island (Netflix)
James Franco in The Disaster Artist (A24)
Saoirse Ronan in Lady Bird (A24)
Breakthrough Series – Long Form
Atlanta (FX Networks)
Bingham Ray Breakthrough Director Award
Jordan Peele for Get Out (Universal Pictures)
Timothée Chalamet in Call Me by Your Name (Sony Pictures Classics)
Breakthrough Series – Short Form
The Strange Eyes of Dr. Myes (YouTube)
Get Out, Jordan Peele (Universal Pictures)
* The 2017 Best Actor/Best Actress nominating committee also voted to award a special Gotham Jury Award for ensemble performance to Mudbound, The award will go to actors Carey Mulligan, Garrett Hedlund, Jason Clarke, Jason Mitchell, Mary J. Blige, Rob Morgan, and Jonathan Banks.
Steep competition! Blake Shelton and Adam Levine predicted who they think will win The Voice during the Monday, November 27, episode. It seemed a little premature since there are still 11 contestants left, but they were pretty positive about their choices. Check out the 5 biggest moments from the episode.
Miley Slams Her Own Music
Brooke Simpson loves pop music, which strengthens her relationship with her coach Miley Cyrus. She has a booming voice and got to show it off this week with a performance of “What About Us” by Pink. Her vocals made the judges optimistic about the future of pop.
“I cannot wait for people to say, ‘I remember her from The Voice’ 10 years from now when you’re on your world tour,” Miley said.
The “Malibu” singer went on to slam the pop music industry in general, and she didn’t leave herself out of the equation.
“I don’t even like pop music half the time and I don’t even like my own pop music most of the time,” she said. But “Party in the U.S.A.” has to be an exception to that statement.
Gwen Stefani Made a Sneaky Appearance
Even though Gwen Stefani isn’t a judge on The Voice this year, she couldn’t stay away from the show or her boyfriend, Blake. Even though she remained on the sidelines during the show, she took time during the commercials to take selfies with her boo.
The commercial breaks featured a split screen, so she didn’t get to avoid the camera entirely, as the whole thing was caught on live TV. The two are more in love than ever, so it’s nice to see her supporting the country star!
Blake Claims He Can Sing Like Whitney Houston
Davon Fleming gave an out-of-this-world performance of Whitney Houston’s “I Have Nothing.” Adam even interrupted Davon’s coach, Jennifer Hudson, to gush about his vocals because he was so impressed.
“It’s a miracle,” Adam said about Davon’s ability to nail a track sung by such a female powerhouse.
However, Blake had to be Blake and claimed he could sing “identical” to Houston. Blake, we’re not so sure about that!
Adam Calls a Winner Already
Addison Agen made Team Adam the team to beat after her performance of “A Case of You” by Joni Mitchell. She’s only 16 years old and had all of the judges astounded.
“It’s not even a talent. It’s a gift,” Jennifer said. “I don’t even care if you’re on his team.”
Adam was so proud of her that he called her the winner of the show.
“One of my favorite voices I’ve heard in a long time,” he added.
And Blake Refutes It
In typical Blake and Adam fashion, they had to argue about something this episode. Blake could not let his old friend get away with calling a winner without predicting one himself. Chloe Kohanski finally performed “Total Eclipse of the Heart” by Bonnie Tyler after fans have been begging her to since her live audition, and the performance made Blake declare that she will be the winner of the show.
“Chloe just set the bar up there,” he said. “The bar is up there, and you can’t reach it.”
Hopefully, he wasn’t directing that to the other singers on his team because that’d be extremely discouraging.
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Fans chose the right songs for season 13’s remaining artists.
The top 11 artists on season 13 performed live on The Voice tonight, all singing songs chosen by their fans. Coaches Blake Shelton, Adam Levine, Miley Cyrus and Jennifer Hudson ultimately helped their artists settle on the fan-suggested songs. First up was Team Miley’s Janice Freeman singing “Shine” by Collective Soul. It was a great song choice for Freeman, who was one of the standout performers last week. She continued to impress with her powerful vocals and magnetic stage presence with her rendition of “Shine,” which had never been done on the show before. Levine said he liked Freeman’s cover more than the original, and Cyrus was proud.
It was a strong start to the evening. Next up was Team Blake’s down-to-earth country singer Red Marlow, singing “The Dance” by Garth Brooks. It was a solid song choice, one that was very in line with the other songs Marlow has sung this season. But Marlow really is one of the least versatile artists in the competition. He’s an entertaining country artist, but he doesn’t bring anything special to the genre. Shelton praised his storytelling.
Shi’Ann Jones from Team JHud was up next. She sang “Listen” from Dreamgirls, performed by Beyoncé in the film. It was an ambitious song choice, but her fans and coach clearly thought she was up for the task, and Jones delivered. Jones continued to impress with her range. Cyrus praised her lower register. Team Adam’s Adam Cunningham followed with a performance of “American Girl” by Tom Petty. Maybe coaches should take suggestions from fans more often, because it was another great song choice for the artist. Cunningham has gradually come into his own on the show, and tonight marked his personal best performance. He had to perform well considering he was in the bottom two last week and got the instant save. Shelton said he proved he belongs in the competition. Brooke Simpson from Team Miley channeled her pop power into Pink’s “What About Us?” The song was a great fit, and the arrangement highlighted Simpson’s strengths. Simpson is another artist who has had a strong arc this season, repeatedly surprising with her confident covers. She made the song her own, and Cyrus praised her good ear.
Team JHud’s Davon Fleming sang “I Have Nothing” by Whitney Houston in yet another ambitious fan song choice that paid off. The arrangement was interesting, and Fleming showcased all of his strengths, especially his incredible range. Fleming’s performance stood out tonight, and Hudson said she’s watching him sing to the top. The Team Miley country singer Ashland Craft was given “Chicken Fried” by Zac Brown Band. It was a personal best performance for Craft, who brings something different to Team Miley. It wasn’t the most exciting cover of the evening, but it was solid and well within her wheelhouse.
Cyrus should really be playing up the fact that she has a strong country artist more and make a play for Team Blake voters. Team Adam’s Addison Agen sang Joni Mitchell’s “A Case Of You” in a stellar, emotional performance. Agen had a lot of momentum going into this week, breaking into the top 10 on iTunes last week. She delivered an understated but captivating performance that conveyed her artistry. It was another standout for the night. She is Levine’s best shot at winning this season.
Keisha Renee from Team Blake followed with a performance of “It Matters To Me” by Faith Hill. Renee broke into the country charts on iTunes last week, and she continued her country prowess tonight by taking on the huge hit. The performance was technically impressive, and she proved to be a strong entertainer, too. Renee has the whole package. Team JHud was back up with Noah Mac singing “Electric Love” by Børns. It was an eclectic song choice for an eclectic artist. Mac again applied his original music intuitions to the arrangement, and the results were striking. Mac knows how to produce himself, and that makes a difference. He is a very strong contender for this season’s finalists. “You owned the stage,” Hudson said.
Closing out the night was Team Blake’s Chloe Kohanski, who sang “Total Eclipse Of The Heart.” It was a theatrical but resonant performance that continued Kohanski’s strong momentum in the competition. Results from tonight’s voting will be announced live tomorrow night on NBC. The two artists with the least amount of votes will have to sing for the instant save. Who got your vote tonight?
“His wife? Gross,” says the real Supergirl, scrunching up her face out of disgust when she sees her evil alter-ego making googly eyes at the evil version of Green Arrow. And that’s exactly the reaction some fans had as well watching Part 2 of the CW superhero crossover when it was revealed that Overgirl and Dark Arrow from Earth-X were married. Meanwhile, Kara and Oliver haven’t even had many positive personal interactions. The whole weird exchange and the kiss that came before it present a very weird twist to the characters audiences know so well. But is the Arrow-Verse playing with superhero canon here? Do Supergirl and Green Arrow ever date in DC comics?
Earlier this year during an appearance at a Heroes & Villains FanFest, Arrow stars Amell and David Ramsey dropped a hint that there could be something romantic brewing between Oliver and Kara. The actors participated in a game of “Two Truths and A Lie,” according to the convention’s official site, and both Amell and Ramsey said that Oliver and Kara would share a passionate kiss in one of the crossover episodes. They did, of course, in addition to exchanging plenty of romantic looks, gestures and comments. Additionally, at the same panel, Amell mentioned that he would like for his character to do more scenes with Supergirl in the future.
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But despite Amell’s hopes for more of a friendship between the heroes, as well as the kiss that occurred between Dark Arrow and Overgirl, Olicity shippers can rest easy. The comics versions of Kara and Oliver have never dated, according to the DC Database. And that means that unless the shows intend on going completely against their source material, a romantic relationship between these two heroes is never, ever going to happen. Although, this hasn’t stopped some fans from shipping them anyway, even going so far as to create fan fiction dedicated to the idea of Kara and Oliver hooking up.
In 2016 at Entertainment Weekly’s PopFest Amell talked about his character’s dynamic with the Girl of Steel, which was decidedly prickly in the first four-show crossover event. He noted, “Oliver is bit standoffish with Supergirl, which probably means that he’s smitten.” This comment was probably made in jest, but suggests that it’s possible that Oliver has a thing for Kara… if you believe in the whole “he’s cold, because he cares,” fifth grade way of thinking.
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In the comics, Kara has little time for romance and little luck balancing love with her superhero responsibilities. Though, she developed a relationship with Captain Boomerang and dated Power Boy briefly before discovering that he was an abuser. Additionally, she had a brief relationship with Henry Flyte, an ordinary human. Much like Kara, Oliver also has his fair share of failed relationships in the comics, with the most prominent being the one with his long-time love interest Black Canary. Meanwhile, their TV selves aren’t exactly single and free. Oliver wants to marry Felicity, and Kara is dealing with the fallout of Mon-El’s news.
While it’s clear that the relationship between Kara and Oliver will stay strictly on Earth-X in the crossover, one can’t help but wonder if things would eventually get taken to the next level on either of their shows if circumstances were a lot different. Something blossoming between the characters isn’t exactly that farfetched, being that Oliver traditionally tends to be attracted to dangerous types of women. Previously he dated a superhero vigilante who fought crime using martial arts and an international eco-terrorist. And Kara tends to be into hero-types.
Weirdly, Dark Arrow and Overgirl are actually proof that Green Arrow and Supergirl wouldn’t make that bad of a couple. But most fans will probably be happy to see things go back to normal for Oliver and Kara once the Earth-X threat is put down.
“Crisis on Earth-X, Part 2” picks up as the group approaches Prometheus-X to try and get more information when he removes his hood, revealing his identity as the evil doppelganger of Tommy Merlyn.
Oliver says he needs a second with Prometheus-X and the rest of the group goes up to the main area. Up there, Wells explains there’s a 53rd earth called Earth-X, an Earth in which the Nazis won World War 2.
Earth-X Tommy explains to Oliver that he was born into the Reich and the Fuhrer would kill his parents if he deserted. He goes on to tell Oliver that the Earth-X Nazis will kill all of Earth-Prime’s heroes. He then bites down on a cyanide capsule, committing suicide.
Back at the Earth-X rallying point in Central City, Dark Arrow tells Overgirl and Dark Flash that Merlyn has died and orders Dark Flash to get to work on finding the prism they’re after. The three let their egos get the best of them and find themselves in a standoff against each other. They cool off and part ways.
Back at STAR Labs, Felicity has called Curtis and asks for him to research what he can on the Nazis. Oliver walks in and approaches Felicity about the situation they found themselves in the previous night at the rehearsal dinner.
Felicity reiterates her stance on not wanting to get married. She says they have something great going and want to keep pushing forward. Oliver tells her again that he wants to get married, but Felicity urges him to respect her decision.
Jax, Caitlin, and Wells are working on ways to stop the parallel-universe Nazis when Stein walks in and requests the room. He speaks with Jax about how the pair have been at odds and ends since they’ve been talking about separating Firestorm. Jax confesses that Stein’s the closest thing he’s ever had to a dad and that’s the primary reason he’s upset that Stein wants to leave Firestorm.
Alex goes down the elevator at STAR Labs and is approached by Sara, and the two share another awkward moment.
Kara starts talking to Alex, who says the situation she found herself in with Sara was a mistake — it’s not like her to have a one-night stand. Kara tries to convince her otherwise.
Felicity is approached by Iris and the two discuss Felicity’s stance on marriage and the latter reveals that the beginning of the end between her and Oliver began when she was shot. An alarm starts going off and Iris sees that the Earth-X villains have broken into Dayton Opticals.
Oliver, Kara, and Barry go to the business in hopes of stopping the Nazis, but are greeted by Overgirl, Dark Arrow, and Dark Flash in the parking lot. It’s there the Earth-Prime heroes find out that Overgirl and Dark Arrow are evil doppelgangers of Kara and Oliver while Dark Flash is the evil doppelganger of Wells.
Barry and Dark Flash begin speeding around fighting while Oliver pulls out a kryptonite arrow to shoot Overgirl with. Dark Arrow orders Thawne to take the prism and speed away while Overgirl uses laser vision to cut apart the beams to nearby skyscraper under construction.
Kara holds up the heavier top part while Barry and Oliver work at stabilizing the rest of the skyscraper, allowing the evil doppelgangers to escape.
Back at STAR Labs, Felicity and Wells tell the rest of the team that the prism stolen would allow them to create a neutron bomb. Barry walks in with the arrow Oliver used to shoot Overgirl with hopes that the team can use the blood to track Overgirl’s whereabouts.
Felicity and Caitlin work with Wells to begin using the blood to track Overgirl, and they say they should have a location soon.
Barry and Iris are talking about Thawne’s return when Oliver walks in and talks to them about their never-ending love. Felicity walks in to tell them they have a location on the Earth-X villains.
The heroes begin suiting up to converge on the location while Felicity and Iris stay behind to keep watch. Mick walks in complaining about the lack of mustard on his sandwich, he’s been left behind while the other heroes go to stop the bad guys.
The group starts fighting with the Nazi henchmen while Barry and Kara work on taking down their counterparts. Oliver and Sara both wonder aloud where Dark Arrow is and we see him walk back the STAR Labs sign.
At STAR Labs, Wells runs into Dark Arrow in the basement and runs off the warn the others.
The group of heroes are still at the warehouse fighting Nazi henchmen, trying to stop the Earth-X villains from carrying out their plan of leveling Central City.
Mick tells Iris and Felicity to hide and tells Caitlin to turn into Killer Frost — they’re going to try taking down Dark Arrow.
Back at the warehouse, Oliver tries to shoot another kryptonite arrow at Overgirl but this time, she catches it and snaps it in half.
Mick approaches Dark Arrow and starts firing his heat gun at him. He’s able to distract Dark Arrow enough for Caitlin to sneak up behind him and freeze his hand to his bow. Dark Arrow is able to break free but the rest of Team Arrow — Curtis, Dinah, and Rene — show up to help out.
The group at the warehouse is able to stop all of the henchmen, but they’re approached by a green-glowing robot who knocks most of the team out.
The team awakes to find out they’ve all been restrained with power-dampening necklaces by the group of Earth-X villains.
Overgirl walks in to address the team, but doubles over in pain. Her husband — Dark Arrow — convinces her to be strong and stand as she interacts with their Earth-Prime counterparts.
It’s here we find out the Earth-X villains end game, Overgirl needs a heart transplant and Kara is the only person capable of donating that organ. They’ve taken the prism to replicate a red sun that would weaken Kara enough to cut into her and take the heart.
Iris and Felicity are walking in the bottom hall of STAR Labs when they see Nazis putting the knocked out members of Team Arrow into the STAR Labs holding cells.
The heroes at the warehouse — Oliver, Barry, Sara, Stein, Jax, Kara, and Alex — wake up in a concentration camp on Earth X.
We gave it a B
Watching “Crisis on Earth-X, Part 2,” I couldn’t help but think of the recently released Justice League movie and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. There was a lot to dislike about those two movies (and I won’t take the time to explain what here), but at the same time, it’s hard to ignore the visceral excitement of just seeing your favorite heroes on screen together; it reminds of you of playing with action figures when you were younger. That’s how I felt about the second part of this year’s crossover, which, for the record, I liked way more than those aforementioned movies. While “Crisis on Earth-X” isn’t as strong as the first part due to a lot of necessary yet cumbersome exposition, I nevertheless found myself on the edge of my seat (read: office chair) because seeing Green Arrow, Supergirl, and The Flash team up is just so damn fun.
The hour gets off to strong start with a very surprising reveal: Prometheus is none other than Tommy Merlyn from Earth-X, the dark 53rd Earth where the Nazis won the war (according to Harry, who explains this in one of the episode’s many info-dump scenes, no one ever travels there). Honestly, I thought Roy Harper was going to be Prometheus-X, but I’m glad it wasn’t because the Tommy reveal carries a lot more emotional weight, especially for Oliver, whose eyes well up with tears upon seeing his best friend again. Unfortunately, this Tommy isn’t the man Oliver knew. This Tommy is cold and ruthless and has no patience for Oliver’s sentimentality. Oh, and he’s 100 percent loyal to the fatherland, which we find out when he kills himself to avoid more questioning.
You’d think watching your best friend die a second time would mess Oliver up, but he has something else on his mind: Felicity not wanting to get married. So, Oliver — who, unless we’ve forgotten, is comfortable talking about his feelings now — brings up the issue with her once again. She says she loves him so much, but she just doesn’t want get married to anyone, which is news to Oliver, who very much wants to take that step. As Felicity later confides to Iris, she’s also worried that taking this step will cause more problems, like the last time they got engaged. One of the things I appreciated about this episode was that even amidst the exposition, they found time for these emotional moments that dug into the characters’ relationships. Jax and Stein also share a moment: Jax admits that he’s mainly upset with Stein because he hates the thought of losing the only father figure he’s ever had.
But alas, duty calls! Felicity and Iris receive an alert that the Nazis are attacking some corporation, so Flash, Green Arrow, and Supergirl head out for their confrontation with their Earth-X doppelgangers. And that’s not the fight’s only disturbing revelation: It turns out Oliver-X and Kara-X — whose ship landed in Nazi Germany instead of America, a twist on Superman’s origin story in Red Son — are married (I wrote “EWWW” in my notes when they kissed for the first time, which was Kara’s reaction, too). And the Reverse Flash is actually Earth-1 Eobard Thawne, who decided to wear Harrison Wells’ face for shiggles (and probably because Matt Letscher wasn’t available). How is Thawne alive? Time travel! Does that make sense since we saw him die on Legends of Tomorrow last season? No, not really! But who cares? I love watching Tom Cavanagh as Harrison Wells. Finally, our Oliver surprises everyone, especially Kara, by firing a Kryptonite arrow at Kara-X, reminding us that he’s the Arrowverse’s Batman because he’s always prepared. (Next: Journey to Earth-X)
Billy Bush says he “dodged a bullet,” but his recent social media pictures paint a different picture. The star revealed that he had to go to the hospital after getting hit with a golf ball.
On Monday, the former “Today” host posted three images to his Instagram pictures showing him recovering in the hospital.
“FORE!!,” he wrote in the image’s caption. “Thanks nurse Katrina, jovi, Jenn, Mercy @cedarssinai for the bed, the care, the ice. I think I dodged a bullet…but sadly not a golf ball. Scan is clear, let the jokes begin #putmedownforpar.”
It seems the former TV personality was hitting the links when a stray ball caught him off guard. As TMZ notes, the photos appear to have Bush in two different shirts, causing the outlet to speculate that he was there overnight for some reason. However, that wasn’t confirmed. In any case, the star himself is reporting that everything is fine with him and he doesn’t appear to have any visible cuts or bruises from the incident.
Bush’s posts come nearly two months after it was announced that he and his wife of almost 20 years, Sydney Davis, were separating.
“After almost 20 years of marriage they have separated for the moment to evaluate their life together,” wrote a rep for Bush told Fox news at the time. “They love each other and their children deeply and are committed to a bright future.”