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Johnny Depp taught Christina Ricci what being gay was after witnessing homophobia when she was nine
Johnny Depp who explained to her what homosexuality was when they starred in a movie together. The actress, now 42, was starring alongside Johnny, 59, and his then-girlfriend Winona Ryder, 50, in Mermaids in 1990 when she was just nine when an on-set conflict sparked her curiosity. Christina revealed to Sirius XM’s Andy Cohen: ‘There was something going on on set and someone was not being nice to someone else. And they were like, “Oh, well, he might be homophobic.”‘And then I was like, “Well, I don’t understand what that is.: And I was in Winona’s trailer and she was like, “I don’t know how [to explain].”‘So she put me on the phone with Johnny, and Johnny explained it to me!’Christina revealed that Johnny gave her a matter of fact explanation, adding: ‘He was like, “It’s when a man wants to have sex with a man and when a woman wants to have sex with a woman.” And I was like, “Ah, okay!”’Andy joked that Christina should have asked her onscreen mother Cher, who is a gay icon, to explain what homosexuality was, to which she replied: ‘I know, we should’ve run right over [to her trailer]!’The pair worked together again almost a decade later in Sleepy Hollow where Christina was paired with Johnny for her first ever sex scene, which she found even stranger as she thought of him as a ‘brother’.She explained: ‘Okay.
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The Goonies Andy icon Kerri Green is ageless beauty four decades after hit film
Hollywood film - but do you know where the actress is now?Kerri, 55, made her feature film debut as high school student Andy, one of the "Goonies" in the Steven Spielberg film - appearing as the love interest to Josh Brolin's character Brand.Appearing opposite upcoming actors including The Lord Of The Rings' Sean Astin, Stand By Me's Corey Feldman, Indiana Jones' Ke Huy Quan and Chunk actor Jeff Cohen, the filmmade stars of its young cast in the process.READ NEXT: Chunk from The Goonies unrecognisable after 'hunk' transformation in new careerIn the years since, Andy actress Kerri has continued to work both in front and behind the cameras - as well as showcasing her ageless appearance in a series of comic convention appearances and during a Goonies online reunion in 2020.Aged 18 years old, Kerri's film debut in The Goonies led the star to landing roles in huge films including 1986's Lucas - which also saw fellow Hollywood star Winona Ryder making her own film debut too.From there, Kerri appeared in 1987's Three For The Road as Robin Kitteredge, before appearing in TV series throughout the nineties including The Burden Of Proof, Mad About You and Murder She Wrote.She also appeared as Lynn Parker in an episode of medical drama E.R in 2000, Law & Order: Special Victim's Unit in 2001 and the film Complacent in 2012.Although Complacent is Kerri's last credited acting role, Kerri has also continued her stellar career behind the camera too in the years since her Goonies debut.The star co-founded a film production company called Independent Women Artists with Bonnie Dickinson, with who she co-directed Bellyfruit.Based on the play of the same name, Kerri and Bonnie co-wrote and co-directed the 1999 film.Away from the limelight, it
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Yellowstone's Kevin Costner leads highest paid stars on TV by raking in $1.3 M PER EPISODE
The salaries of TV's biggest stars were revealed on Wednesday.Kevin Costner, 67, who stars as patriarch John Dutton on Paramount Network's hit show Yellowstone, shared the top spot withMahershala Ali, 48, from The Plot (currently in pre-production), with both stars raking ina whopping $1.3million per episode according to Variety.Right on their heels - earning $1million per episode - wasSylvester Stallone (Tulsa King), Michael Keaton (Dopesick), Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren (1923),Will Ferrell andPaul Rudd (The Shrink Next Door), and Jason Sudeikis (Ted Lasso). The big bucks:Kevin Costner, 67, was revealed to be one of the highest earning TV stars, ranking in $1.3M per episode for starring on Paramount Network's hit show Yellowstone Highest Paid TV StarsKevin Costner - $1.3m (Yellowstone)Mahershala Ali - $1.3m (The Plot)Michael Keaton - $1m (Dopesick)Harrison Ford andHelen Mirren -$1m (1923)Will Ferrell andPaul Rudd -$1m (The Shrink Next Door)Jason Sudeikis - $1m (Ted Lasso)Sylvester Stallone -$1m (Tulsa King)Elizabeth Olsen - $875k (Love and Death)Anne Hathaway and Jared Leto - $750k (We Crashed)Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne -$750k (Platonic)Brie Larson - $750k (Lessons in Chemistry)Natasha Lyonne - $500k (Poker Face)Elizabeth Moss -$500k (Shining Girls)David Harbour and Winona Ryder - $450k (Stranger Things)Angela Bassett - $450k (9-1-1)Peter Krause - $350k (9-1-1)Matt Bomer - $300k (Fellow Travelers)Jonathan Bailey - $225k (Fellow Travelers)Tom Hopper, David Castañeda, Emmy Raver-Lampman, Robert Sheehan, Aidan Gallagher and Justin H.
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Metallica reveal how they reacted to THAT Stranger Things scene
Metallica are 'beyond psyched' to have Master of Puppets feature in Stranger Things.The heavy metal band - made up of James Hetfield, Lars Ulrich, Kirk Hammett and Robert Trujillo - are big fans of Eddie Munson's (Joseph Quinn) rendition of their 1986 track in the final episode of the Netflix sci-fi show's fourth season when he and Dustin Henderson (Gaten Matarazzo) are deployed to lure and distract the demobats out of the Upside Down to ensure Steve, Nancy and Robin's safety.After the last two episodes dropped, they wrote on Instagram on Tuesday: 'The way The Duffer Brothers have incorporated music into Stranger Things has always been next level, so we were beyond psyched for them to not only include 'Master of Puppets' in the show, but to have such a pivotal scene built around it.' Rock n' roll moment: Metallica are 'beyond psyched' that their track Master of Puppets is featured in that now iconic Stranger Things scene featuring Eddie Munson (played byJoseph Quinn) 'How crazy cool is that': Metallica, including singer James Hetfield, were 'blown away' by the use of their song in the show The band also gushed about the 'final result' of their song being used in the show - which is set in the 80s and features stars such as Winona Ryder, David Harbour, Finn Wolfhard and Millie Bobby Brown - and Joseph's guitar skills.They added: 'We were all stoked to see the final result and when we did we were totally blown away… it's so extremely well done, so much so, that some folks were able to guess the song just by seeing a few seconds of Joseph Quinn's hands in the trailer!'How crazy cool is that? It's an incredible honour to be such a big part of Eddie's journey and to once again be keeping company with all of the other amazing