Jason Priestley Reveals He Punched Harvey Weinstein in the Face

Not everyone in Hollywood turned a blind eye to Harvey Weinstein’s ways. Priestley tweeted this he punched Weinstein in the face during a confrontation which took place at 1995 Golden Globes party hosted by Miramax.

 “’95 Golden Globes… at the Miramax Party… Harvey told me I had to leave… I was leaving when he grabbed me by the arm and said, ‘What are you doing?’ I said, ‘You told me leave, I’m leaving,'” Priestley wrote. “‘I didn’t say you had to leave,’ he replied. ‘You just told me to leave… right over there,’ I tell him once again. Getting heated now. He then grabs me tighter and says, ‘Why don’t we go outside and talk about this.’ That was all I needed to hear.”

Priestley continued, “‘I’m not going anywhere with you,’ I said as I pushed him back and punched him with a right hand to his face. Suddenly, there were security guards pulling us apart and I was escorted out of the party…”

 

New Year’s Eve: Sydney welcomes 2018 with 8 tonnes of fireworks

In 2018  the plans for are enormous. amount of  EIGHT tonnes of fireworks produced 100,000 pyrotechnic effects as the sky exploded in a riot of color and light, with the centerpiece a rainbow tribute to the nation’s historic same-sex marriage vote and the upcoming 40th anniversary of Mardi Gras.

All harbour vantage points were full two hours before the 9pm family fireworks lit up the harbour, building excitement for the main event, which cost A$7m and lasted 12 minutes.

The show  has  a section of fireworks designed by the actor Hugh Jackman.

 

 

 

 

‘Bright’ Netflix new movie lands 11 million viewers in only three days

Netflix new movie “Bright” starring Will Smith — which critics didn’t like has been watched by over than 11 million in the first three days of release, according to Nielsen estimates. Storyline is about hybrid cop-buddy’s sci-fi fantasy movie, with budget of $100 million. Drew an audience of about 7 million U.S. viewers 18-49 on connected TVs from Dec. 22-24.

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Is it a hit? That’s hard to determine, given that Nielsen has only part of the ct data since launching its subscription VOD measurement service this fall and Netflix doesn’t reveal such metrics.According to Nielsen, “Bright” still fall behind “Stranger Things” season 2 but better than second season of Queen Elizabeth II drama “The Crown.”

Get into stats in first three days of “Stranger Things” season 2’s release (Oct. 27-29), the premiere over  15.8 million viewers overall (and 11 million in the 18-49 demo) over that period, per Nielsen. “The Crown” season 2’s first episode on Netflix averaged nearly 3 million U.S. viewers, including nearly 1.3 million people 18-49, within the first three days of its availability (Dec. 8-12).

Well let’s hope Netflix will continue to do more Movies and Shows.