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Donald Glover posts script from canceled 'Deadpool' series
Donald Glover posted on Twitter Wednesday a script from his recently canceled Deadpool animated series that features the Merc with a Mouth commenting on the scrapped show.

"For the record: I wasn't too busy to work on Deadpool," Glover said before he posted 15 pages of the fourth-wall breaking script that deals with Deadpool arriving in Africa to protect the world's last male northern white rhino Sudan. The real Sudan died last week.

The script discusses racism and has references to Facebook, Bitcoin, someone biting Beyonce and the Sacramento police killing of Stephon Clark while taking jabs at Marvel.

Glover was set to serve as showrunner, executive producer and writer on the Deadpool animated series alongside his brother Stephen Glover. FXX had ordered the project straight to series. The Glovers currently work on Atlanta which airs on FX.

"Do you think they canceled the show because of racism?!" Deadpool asks Sudan in the script. "Yeah, all the writers were black. The references were pretty black, too. I heard they went over lunch budget ordering Jamaican food at least once a week."

"It just feels like everyone wants something different, but no one wants to do anything different to get it. Doesn't Marvel have enough feel-good minority shows everyone supports but doesn't watch? I mean, I think our show woulda been funny. I just wanted a place to be honest. And I guess that place is Freeform," Deadpool continues.

'Star Trek' alum Terry Farrell marries Leonard Nimoy's son
Star Trek alum Terry Farrell is a married woman.

The 54-year-old actress, who played Jadzia Dax on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, tied the knot with Adam Nimoy, the son of late Star Trek actor Leonard Nimoy, Monday in San Francisco.

Leonard, who portrayed Spock in the original Star Trek series and several movies, died at age 83 in 2015. Farrell and Nimoy married at City Hall on what would have been the actor's 87th birthday.

"Adam Nimoy & Terry Farrell got married today at a civil ceremony at City Hall in San Francisco," film critic Scott Mantz announced on Twitter alongside a photo of the couple.

"Today is the birthday of Adam's father #LeonardNimoy! Big congrats to the happy couple!! #LLAP #StarTrek," he added.

Farrell later updated her Twitter profile to read "Mrs. Adam Nimoy." She thanked her followers for their well-wishes in a tweet Tuesday.

"A great big heartfelt Thank You to you all!!! We really appreciate your lovely well wishes to us!" the star wrote.

Farrell and Nimoy, who were both married previously, confirmed their engagement in August. The actress has a son from her first marriage, while Nimoy shares a son and daughter with his ex-wife.

"I really want to make sure my children are both very confident in the sense that they know who they are and that they won't be easily swayed by outside opinion."
--Christina Aguilera, on her wish for her kids, to Paper Magazine

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Which actress will portray 'Carmen Sandiego' in a new live-action Netflix film?

'Dance Moms' alum Abby Lee Miller released from prison
Former Dance Moms star Abby Lee Miller has been released from prison after serving a 366-day sentence and has been transferred to a halfway house.

Miller has left the Victorville Federal Correctional Institution in California and moved to the Residential Reentry Center in Long Beach, TMZ reported. The facility is said to provide Miller with a supervised environment where she will be given employment counseling, job placement and financial management before being released on May 25.

The reality star reported to prison in July after she pleaded guilty to bankruptcy fraud in June 2016. The 51-year-old was indicted in October 2015 on 20 counts of fraud, including concealment of bankruptcy assets and false bankruptcy declarations. She was also sentenced to pay a fine of $40,000 and will spend two years on probation.

Miller is expected to follow a set of guidelines as part of her supervised release including getting drug tested and reporting to her probation officer within days of her release, not illegally possess a controlled substance, a firearm or any other weapon and must report any change of address within 30 days to the United States Attorney's Office among others.

She cannot "communicate or interact with someone [she] knows is engaged in criminal activity," and must notify her probation officer within 72 hours if she is arrested and cannot "pose a risk to another person or organization," reads court documents obtained by Us Weekly.

Dottie West, Ricky Skaggs to join Country Music Hall of Fame
Dottie West and Ricky Skaggs will join the Country Music Hall of Fame.

Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood announced at a news conference Tuesday in Nashville that the late country star and Skaggs, 63, will be inducted into the hall of fame this year, along with late fiddle player Johnny Gimble.

West's son, Kerry West, and longtime friend Jeannie Seely remembered the singer at the event, according to Rolling Stone. Seely noted that West, who died at age 58 in 1991, was a fan of lamps and candles.

"I can't help but think that she's gonna have every damn light in heaven burnin' tonight," she said of West, who was known for such singles as "Here Comes My Baby Back Again" and "A Lesson in Leavin."

Skaggs, a singer and mandolin player known for "Highway 40 Blues" and "Country Boy," attended the press conference, where he paid tribute to his wife and family. Gimble, a onetime member of Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys, died at age 88 in 2015.

"Congratulations to the 2018 class of inductees of the Country Music Hall of Fame: Johnny Gimble, @RickySkaggs, and Dottie West. #HonorThyMusic," the Country Music Hall of Fame wrote on its official Twitter page.

The 2018 Country Music Hall of Fame Medallion ceremony will take place later this year.

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Which actress will portray 'Carmen Sandiego' in a new live-action Netflix film?

Gina Rodriguez is set to portray international thief Carmen Sandiego in an upcoming live-action film from Netflix based on the Carmen Sandiego computer game franchise.

Rodriguez, known for starring in The CW's Jane the Virgin, is also producing the film through her company I Can and I Will Productions alongside Kevin Misher and Caroline Fraser, the head of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt which owns the Carmen Sandiego property, Variety reported.

No writer or director is attached to the project.

The live-action film is the second Carmen Sandiego project for Rodriguez who is set to voice the character in an animated series also from Netflix that will debut with a 20-episode first season in 2019. A line of Carmen Sandiego books will launch in 2019 from HMH to coincide with the launch of the series, Deadline reported.

Carmen Sandiego began as a computer game series that followed the thief as she traveled the world in search of treasure. The series later inspired a game show, a book series and a television series which ran for four seasons on Fox from 1994 to 1999.

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