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Corey Feldman details plan to expose Hollywood pedophiles
Corey Feldman is detailing his plan to expose Hollywood pedophiles in a new film.

The 46-year-old explained in an interview on Monday's episode of Today why he wants $10 million to release the names of several alleged abusers in the movie.

"I believe there's a lot of darkness in Hollywood right now, and I believe it's been there for quite some time," Feldman said of recent allegations against producer Harvey Weinstein, who is accused of sexually abusing and harassing multiple women.

"It's going to continue unraveling," he predicted. "This is just the beginning, it's just the tip of the iceberg."

Feldman, who is known for the 1980s films The Goonies and The Lost Boys, said in a video Oct. 25 that he intends to shoot a movie about being sexually abused as a child actor. He claims he and late co-star Corey Haim were abused when they were teens.

Feldman is trying to raise $10 million through crowdfunding to finance his film, which will reportedly name six alleged abusers. He said the substantial sum will go toward distribution and a team to protect him from lawsuits.

"If I were to go to the police, I would be the one who's getting sued," the star said. "Henceforth, I need a team of lawyers, I need a team of security to be around me at all times to keep me safe so I can get this message done. I vow I will release every single name that I have any knowledge of, period."

Feldman said in his video announcing the project that the movie will be "the most honest and true depiction of child abuse ever portrayed." He also said the film will connect pedophilia to a major Hollywood studio.


Claire Foy says 'no offense' taken when Adam Sandler touched her knee
British actress Claire Foy says -- contrary to social-media buzz -- she was not taken aback when U.S. comedian Adam Sandler repeatedly touched her knee during a talk-show appearance.

The pair sat and laughed side-by-side on a couch with Emma Thompson and Cara Delevingne during this weekend's edition of The Graham Norton Show.

"We don't believe anything was intended by Adam's gesture, and it has caused no offense to Claire," the actress' spokeswoman said in a statement to the New York Post Sunday.

The Independent, which reported the online backlash Sandler's behavior sparked as the episode aired, quoted Sandler's representative as saying the married father-of-two was merely making "a friendly gesture" toward Foy during their joint appearance.

Critics accused Sandler of disrespecting Foy and failing to recognize he was making her uncomfortable.


LOOSE LIPS:
"I just always hope that God is a movie fan and also forgiving because I've made some poor choices in my past."
--Mark Wahlberg, on the movie missteps he's made in his career, to Chicago Inc



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Which judge from 'The Voice' will honor Whitney Houston at the 2017 AMAs?


Simon Cowell rushed to hospital after fall at home
British television personality Simon Cowell is recovering after taking a nasty fall at home.

The X-Factor U.K. judge was treated at a hospital Friday morning after falling down the stairs at his house in London, according to People.

Cowell was seen wearing a neck brace as he was loaded into an ambulance between 7:30 a.m. and 8 a.m. local time, the star's rep confirmed. The Sun reported Cowell was getting something to drink when his tumble happened.

"It's been a scary morning," a source said. "It was very early and Simon was going down his stairs to get some hot milk because he couldn't sleep. He fainted and is thought to have fallen down the stairs."

Cowell gave photographers a thumbs up as he returned home Friday afternoon. The star is in stable condition but undergoing further tests, according to The Sun. He has yet to address the incident in the press or on social media.

Cowell serves as a judge on the reality competitions The X Factor U.K. and America's Got Talent. He was also a longtime judge on the series American Idol.


Zachary Levi to star in New Line movie 'Shazam!'
Chuck and Heroes Reborn alum Zachary Levi signed on to star in the big-screen, comic-book adaptation Shazam!

David F. Sandberg, who is directing the film for New Line, tweeted a link to The Hollywood Reporter's article about the casting news, but Sandberg did not comment further on it.

Henry Gayden and Darren Lemke are writing the screenplay for Shazam!, which is expected to start filming in Toronto this February.

Sandberg's credits include the horror blockbusters Lights Out and Annabelle: Creation.

Levi will soon be seen playing a supporting role in Thor: Ragnarok.


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Which judge from 'The Voice' will honor Whitney Houston at the 2017 AMAs?

Christina Aguilera will honor late singer Whitney Houston at the 2017 American Music Awards.

The 36-year-old recording artist will celebrate Houston and the 25th anniversary of her movie The Bodyguard at the annual awards show in November.

"@xtina will honor 22-time #AMAs winner Whitney Houston and the anniversary of 'The Bodyguard' with a musical tribute! LIVE 11.19 on ABC," the American Music Awards official Twitter account announced Monday.

Aguilera will perform a musical tribute to Houston, who died at age 48 in February 2012. She said in an Instagram post that she's "excited" to honor Houston at the ceremony, which will take place Nov. 19.

"I am excited, honored and humbled to perform a tribute to one of my idols, Whitney Houston for the 25th Anniversary of 'The Bodyguard' at the @AMAs! 11/19 on ABC," the star wrote.

The Bodyguard, which opened in theaters in November 1992, co-starred Houston and actor Kevin Costner. The movie's soundtrack featured several songs from Houston, including a cover of "I Will Always Love You."

Aguilera released the album Lotus in 2012, and recorded the single "Change" in 2016 following the Orlando nightclub shooting. She served as a judge in several seasons of the NBC reality competition The Voice.

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