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Margot Robbie to star in new 'Pirates of the Caribbean' film

I, Tonya, Suicide Squad and Once Upon in Hollywood actress Margot Robbie has signed on to star in a new film in the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise.

Birds of Prey scribe Christina Hodson is penning the screenplay for Disney's as-yet-untitled project and Jerry Bruckheimer will once again serve as producer.

Johnny Depp starred in five previous Pirates movies -- released between 2003 and 2017 -- which were inspired by the Disney theme park ride.

The Robbie movie is not intended to be a spin-off of the Depp blockbusters and will be an original story with new characters.

No details about the plot are known at this time.

Mike Henry will no longer voice Cleveland on 'Family Guy'

White actor Mike Henry has announced he will no longer voice the black character of Cleveland on the animated TV show, Family Guy.

"It's been an honor to play Cleveland on Family Guy for 20 years. I love this character, but persons of color should play characters of color. Therefore, I will be stepping down from the role," Henry tweeted on Friday.

In addition to Family Guy, Henry also played the character on The Cleveland Show for four seasons from 2009 to 2013.

White actresses Kristen Bell and Jenny Slate also announced this week they had given up the biracial, animated characters they had been playing in Central Park and Big Mouth so biracial actresses could play them.

The changes are being made as thousands of people around the world have been protesting for weeks, demanding racial equality and social justice.

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Amazon Prime's 'The Boys' announces Sept. 4 release date for Season 2

The Boys, Amazon Prime's adult-oriented comic book super hero series, will return for a second season Sept. 4, the show's producers announced on social media.

The show's official Twitter account announced Friday that new episodes of The Boys, based on the graphic novel series of the same name by Garth Ennis and artist Darick Robertson, will return with new episodes beginning Sept. 4.

Robertson, who serves as an executive producer of the series alongside Ennis, tweeted that episodes of Season 2 will be released weekly. The first season was released in full on Amazon Prime on July 26, 2019.

The show, which is also executive produced by Seth Rogen and Eric Kripke, follows the foibles of a team of corporate-employed super heroes and a group of civilians who aim to hold the team accountable for their misdeeds.

The cast includes Karl Urban, Jack Quaid, Antony Starr, Erin Moriarty, Jessie T. Usher, Laz Alonso, Chace Crawford, Tomer Capon, Karen Fukuhara. It was previously announced that You're the Worst actress Aya Cash would join the case in Season 2.

'View,' 'Ellen,' 'Jeopardy!' and 'Y&R' win Daytime Emmys

The View and The Ellen DeGeneres Show were among the winners at the Daytime Emmy Awards' virtual prize presentation Friday.

The programs earned the Outstanding Informative and Entertainment talk show awards, respectively.

Kelly Clarkson -- who leads The Kelly Clarkson Show -- was named Outstanding Entertainment Talk Show Host.

The Today Show won the Emmy for Outstanding Morning Show, while Jeopardy! was named Outstanding Game Show and its star Alex Trebek was declared Outstanding Game Show Host.

Entertainment Tonight won the Emmy for Outstanding Entertainment News Show, Giada Entertains won for Outstanding Culinary Show and The People's Court won for Outstanding Legal/Courtroom Show.

The Young and the Restless was voted Outstanding Drama and cast members Jason Thompson and Bryton James won the Outstanding Lead and Supporting Actor honors, respectively.

The Bold and the Beautiful won the prizes for Lead Actress for Heather Tom and Outstanding Writing Team, and General Hospital was recognized for Outstanding Directing Team and Outstanding Supporting Actress for Tamara Braun.

The online Emmys event aired on CBS and streamed on CBS All Access thanks to videoconferencing technology in keeping with social distancing practices intended to slow the spread of the coronavirus.

The Talk stars Sharon Osbourne, Sheryl Underwood, Eve, Carrie Ann Inaba and Marie Osmond hosted the ceremony.

Presenters and other celebrities who appeared throughout the 2-hour program include Gayle King, Kelsey Grammer, Melody Thomas Scott, Kathie Lee Gifford, Cookie Monster, Scott Evans, Patrika Darbo, Kevin Frazier, Wayne Brady, Michael Strahan, James Reynolds, Jacqueline MacInnes Wood, Maurice Benard, Kelly Ripa, Ryan Seacrest, Nate Burleson, Sunny Hostin and Eric Braeden.

ABC's General Hospital went into the competition with a leading 23 nominations.

This is the 14th time the awards ceremony aired on CBS. The last time was in 2011, and the event has been streamed online since 2016.

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Which legendary singer said Prince treated her 'like his mother'?

Patti LaBelle discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen her experience spending a week with the late Prince while they recorded her 1989 album Be Yourself.

"He treated me like he was my son. I was his mother," LaBelle said on Sunday.

The singer said that Prince had her cook for him, but that he only ate one biscuit and that the pair would go out dancing together.

Prince was a producer on Be Yourself with LaBelle spending a week at Prince's Paisley Park studio to work on it.

"He just treated me like his mother. And then when he did the Arsenio Hall Show, he said he wouldn't do it unless I came with him. So I came, sat on the couch, I didn't say a word," LeBelle said.

"He had this great feeling for me and I feel so proud and blessed," she continued.

LeBelle also performed her hit song "Love, Need and Want You" for a newly married gay couple. The wedding, which had taken place virtually, was featured on Watch What Happens Live.