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What Happened Between Denise Richards and Heather Locklear?



Congratulations: when Lisa Rinna tells you to Google something, you do it! I’m guessing you’re here because of those clear instructions during Part 3 of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills reunion when Denise Richards and Heather Locklear’s…something was brought up. What is that something, exactly? Well, I did a pre-Google search for you to get to the bottom of it.

First of all, let’s just give a shoutout to Denise who was texting without a care in the world while the clip of Rinna tearfully apologizing to her in Rome played on the screen, the true indication that she was already checked out of this entire show. Though she really proved it when Andy Cohen asked her, “How do you think Lisa Rinna has changed?” and she responded by saying, “I think I need to eat something before I answer this question.” Hey, low blood sugar is no joke! And even though Rinna called after her, “I’d like to know the answer!” Denise got up from her chair and walked away from the camera set up in her home.

She did return moments later with a stack of papers and her shoes in hand, saying “No, I’m done. I have to go to work tomorrow, I have 48 pages.” But she ultimately sat back down and answered the question saying, “I think Lisa is very different on the show and she’s turned on me.” Well, you haven’t seen anything yet. Because Rinna goes on to declare she, “Would’ve not had Denise come on this show if I were to do it over again,” then bringing up another feud from Denise’s past.

As if mentioning the text messages Brandi Glanville showed the whole group about her alleged friendship with Denise wasn’t enough, Rinna then said, “You know, I go back to when she was friends with Heather Locklear.”

“I actually wasn’t Lisa, and you know that. To bring that up, really? She was friends with my ex-husband, come on. Now you’re grasping at straws,” Denise tells her. And while Rinna doesn’t continue, Cohen, like the rest of us, wants to know, “I don’t understand the Locklear reference.”

“Well, she’s insinuating that I’m such a bad friend,” Rinna begins, though Denise refutes it, and the conversation stalls once more. But, earning that paycheck, Cohen presses, “Can you clue me in about the Heather Locklear thing? I’m sorry to keep bringing it up but I’m kind of interested.”

“Lisa, that is low,” Denise tells her, and Rinna only responds, “Just Google it. Google it.” And so we all have now!

Of course, this might not be a surprise for folks that tuned in to watch Brandi on Watch What Happens Live last week. When Cohen asked her which non-Bravolebrities have reached out to declare they were on #TeamBrandi, Brandi said, “I would say maybe Heather Locklear.”

“Really? The two of you have been chatting on DM?” Cohen asked.

“Heather just reached out to me and said thank you with a bunch of hearts and prayers [emojis],” Brandi relayed. “It just made me feel like I was probably bringing this side of Denise out for everyone to see. I wrote back ‘Of course the truth always comes out,’ and she wrote a bunch of more hearts. Then I say, ‘Hey, you should be on Watch What Happens Live with me.’ And she said, ‘I already had a cease and desist from Denise so I’m not gonna do it.’”

If that is the case, the cease and desist likely happened sometime between 2008-2012 when Denise Richards, fresh off her split from Charlie Sheen, started dating Heather Locklear’s ex-husband Richie Sambora. Except that it might have been JUST when he became her ex. Rumors swirled that Denise was responsible for breaking up their marriage, but in an interview with Redbook magazine, she defended her relationship with Sambora, and pointed to an earlier dissolution of her friendship with Locklear.

“I was no longer friends with Heather months before Richie and I got together,” Richards said. “I don’t want to say what caused the split, but she and I weren’t even speaking then. It wasn’t ever like we’d be shopping and go back to her house and I’d flirt with her husband. Yes, I got together with Heather’s soon-to-be ex-husband, but no, I didn’t have an affair with him. If Heather and I had been friends at that time, I would never have crossed that line. But we weren’t. The friendship was not salvageable, and in the beginning, Richie and I just talked as friends because we were dealing with similar situations. We never planned for anything to happen.”

Though it sounds like she did take the advice of her former friend Rinna and “owned” any doubts she may have had, adding, “Did I question the decision? Yes. Did I know it wouldn’t go over well? Of course. I’m a grown woman and I know what I did and the repercussions of it. I get why the public thinks I’m an awful person who stole someone’s husband. But in my heart, I know I did not break up their marriage. If either Richie or I had felt our marriages were fixable, we wouldn’t have crossed that line.”

It turns out, that’s not the only man they’ve had in common, as Denise and Heather also shared fictional flings with Dr. Michael Mancini (Thomas Calabro) when they were in character on ’90s drama series Melrose Place, where Heather played the infamous Amanda Woodward and Denise played, get this…a character named Brandi Carson. Insert a bunch of heart and prayer emojis here.

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‘NiNoKuni’: Release date, plot, cast, trailer and all you need to know about the anime film coming to Netflix




The highly successful role-playing video game franchise ‘Ni no Kuni’ is getting the anime treatment in a new film produced by OLM, Inc. and distributed by Warner Bros. Entertainment.

The film, titled ‘NiNoKuni’, will arrive soon on Netflix and takes many elements from the games and weaves it into a fresh new story of love, loss, and betrayal. Here’s everything you need to know about the project:

Release Date

The movie’s world premiere already took place in Japan on August 23, 2019, and its English dub will be released on Netflix on January 16. 


‘NiNoKuni’ follows wheelchair-bound high school student Yu and his basketball player best friend Haru as they try to save Kotona, Haru’s girlfriend and Yuu’s childhood friend, by traveling between our world and the magical world of NiNoKuni.

While there, they realize that this parallel world has counterparts of people from our world and when Yuu falls in love with Kotona’s counterpart, the two best friends find themselves at odds with each other.

Here’s the official plot synopsis: “Two average teens go on a magical quest to save the life of their friend and her counterpart from another world. But love complicates their journey.”


Kento Yamazaki

Japanese actor Kento Yamazaki attends the press conference for ‘Kingdom’ (Getty Images)

The movie’s lead character Yu is voiced by Kento Yamazaki, a Japanese actor who is best known for his work on ‘Orange’ (2015), ‘Heroine Disqualified’ (2015) and ‘JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Diamond Is Unbreakable – Chapter 1’ (2017). Other cast members include Mackenyu and Mei Nagano.


Yoshiyuki Momose

‘NiNoKuni’ is directed by Yoshiyuki Momose, a veteran of Studio Ghibli, the studio that created the beautiful cut-scenes for the games ‘Ni no Kuni: Dominion of the Dark Djinn’ and ‘Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch’. The movie was written by Akihiro Hino.


The trailer for ‘NiNoKuni’ (which you can check out on Netflix) introduces viewers to the movie’s characters and the magical world they find themselves in.

The art for the movie is beautifully done and highly reminiscent of the game, so this might just be a fun, nostalgic watch for fans of the franchise while still being fresh enough to interest newcomers.

If you like this, you will love these:

‘Hello World’

‘Weathering with You’

‘Mary and the Witch’s Flower’

‘Spirited Away’

‘Kiki’s Delivery Service’

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#RIPRazor: Not WWE’s Razor Ramon, it’s Ralph Barbieri; here’s how Internet mixed up radio legend’s death




San Francisco radio personality Ralph Barbieri died at his home in Novato on August 3 after a long battle with Parkinson’s disease. He was 74. Barbieri was one of the founding members of KNBR (680 AM) and was battling the disease since 2005.

He spent 28 years at KNBR, where he used to take interviews where he projected a highly opinionated and abrasive approach that rankled some listeners. But this style of his is what drew quite a fan brigade. In his last 15 years with KNBR, he teamed up with former NBA player Tom Tolbert in a highly popular afternoon talk show called, ‘The Razor and Mr. T’ where Barbieri was nicknamed ‘Razor’ for his distinctive voice and delivery. The radio host made a strong fanbase over the years with this show. When the news of his death came in, #RIPRazor started trending but some netizens confused it with wrestling star Scott Hall, who is also known as Razor Ramon. 

One confused internet user said, “Saw RIP Razor and thought 2020 took Razor Ramon.” 

Another Twitter user, who seemed to be Razor Ramon’s fan said, “Why my heart just dropped thinking ‘RIP Razor’ was talking about my boy Scott Hall aka Razor Ramon.” 


While some users were even ‘thankful’ that it’s not Razor Ramon who died, one internet user said, “I saw RIP Razor trending and I thought something happened to Razor Ramon #MasakiSumitani YouTube it, you’ll thank me later!!”

While another user asked others to ‘chill’ as it wasn’t Ramon who died, he said, “RIP Razor? Yall gotta chill. I swear I thought my man Scott Hall met his maker. I feel like Twitter should color code the trending topics.”


Some Internet users even said that ‘luckily’ Razor Ramon is still alive, “When you see RIP Razor is trending on Twitter and immediately think the ‘Bad Guy’ was gone. Luckily Razor Ramon is still with us, for now.”


While people went all mean on the social media platform and were thankful that it wasn’t Ramon who lost his life, some users slammed such people saying, “I understand being comforted that it’s not a celebrity you were personally attached to, but can we not say s**t like ‘OMG thank god it’s just some radio host’ in reference to the ‘RIP Razor’ trend? I don’t know s**t about the guy either, but he’s still a real person who died.”


One user posted, “‘RIP Razor’ is trending 100% of the tweets are ‘omg i thought it was someone else!!!!!!! thank god!’ someone f*****g died.”  


Another shocked user said, “Wait people are ACTUALLY doing that?”


While some internet users went down the memory lane and remembered the late Radio host, one user said, “I was 16 years old in 1993 when he let me sit next to him in the newly installed bleachers at the Stick. I told him that I wanted his job when I grew up. I will never forget how he spoke to me like I was his peer and not some annoying high school kid. RIP Razor.”


Barbieri informed the KNBR team and listeners of his diagnosis in 2011 and was fired the following year after which he sued the station for wrongful termination. The suit was later settled in 2013.

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Winston Groom death: Tributes paid to Forrest Gump author as he dies aged 77




Tributes have been paid to Forrest Gump author Winston Groom, who has died aged 77.

His novel about a slow-witted but kind-hearted man from Alabama was adapted into a 1994 blockbuster film starring Tom Hanks in the lead role.

Forrest Gump was a cultural sensation and grossed more than 683 million dollars (about £527 million) at the global box office on its way to winning six Academy Awards, including best picture and best actor for Hanks.

Groom’s death was confirmed by Alabama governor Kay Ivey.

Forrest Gump author Winston Groom has died aged 77 (AP)

“Saddened to learn that Alabama has lost one of our most gifted writers,” she said.

“While he will be remembered for creating Forrest Gump, Winston Groom was a talented journalist & noted author of American history. Our hearts & prayers are extended to his family.”

Groom graduated from the University of Alabama in 1965 before a spell in the US Army, which included a tour of duty in the Vietnam War.

In its tribute, the university called him “one of our legends”.

Following the success of Forrest Gump, Groom wrote a follow-up, 1995’s Gump and Co.

As well as fiction, Groom, a former journalist, also wrote non-fiction on a range of subjects, including the American Civil War.

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