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Paramount Pictures is getting sued over “Top Gun: Maverick.” Author Ehud Yonay wrote a detailed 1983 article about Navy fighter pilots that was quickly turned into the first “Top Gun” movie. He later passed away, but the copyright on his story remained with Paramount until January of 2020. Ehud’s widow and son claim the studio didn’t retain the movie rights when the second film was completed in May of 2021. The family is suing to have “Top Gun: Maverick” removed from theaters. It has made over $557 million globally.

Dave Chappelle is planning to donate all of the proceeds from his recent Buffalo performance to the victims of the May 14th grocery store shooting. The show sold out within an hour after Dave announced that the ticket sales would go to help the victims’ families.

Kelly Clarkson is allegedly unhappy that Gwen Stefani is taking her place on ”The Voice”. Kelly famously feuded with Blake  on the show, so the fact that his wife, Gwen, is taking Kelly’s seat, she’s not happy about it. If she Kelly returns and Gwen stays on as a coach… expect fireworks!

Chris Rock has no plans to take Jada Pinkett Smith up on her offer to reconcile with Will Smith.  He’s not concerned with the Smiths at the moment. He’s touring and he’s preparing for a comedy special.

 Adam Sandler showed up to Good Morning America yesterday with a black eye. He explained that his bed sheets were tucked in too tight. His phone landed on his head after he kicked his feet up.

 ”Deadpool 3” will be R-rated and not Disney family friendly.