New this week: 'Psych,' The Chicks album, '30 Rock' reunited
Heres a collection curated by The Associated Press entertainment journalists of whats arriving on TV, streaming services and music platforms this week. In her review, AP Film Writer Lindsey Bahr called it essential to Miranda disciples. After the film's June debut was postponed in solidarity with Black Lives Matter protests, it lands on Hulu on Friday. AP Film Writer Jake CoyleMUSIC The Chicks: After changing their name and recording their first album in 14 years, Grammy-winning country trio The Chicks will release their new album, Gaslighter, on Friday. AP Music Editor Mesfin FekaduTELEVISIONThe documentary Showbiz Kids promises a candid look at the high risk, high reward careers of child actors, with perspective from those who have been there.
Milla Jovovich's Stunt Double on Losing an Arm: Today on Inside Edition
A stunt gone terribly wrong on the set of the blockbuster film "Resident Evil: The Final Chapter" left Milla Jovovich's stunt double without an arm. Now, Olivia Jackson is suing the film's producers, claiming numerous elements of the stunt were changed at the last moment, resulting in her devastating injury. And a bunch of people dressed up like Phoebe and performed "Smelly Cat" to celebrate the "Friends" anniversary. For more Inside Edition stories tune in to today's show. RELATED STORIES5-Year-Old Has Wonder Woman Photo Shoot as She Removes Eye Patch She Wore for 2 YearsHomeless Woman Surprised With Bike After Hers Was StolenHiker Carries Broken Leg for 2 Days Before He's Finally Rescued
Stunt Woman Says Every Day Has Been 'Suffering' Since Gruesome Injuries on 'Resident
A stunt double horribly injured on the set of the blockbuster film "Resident Evil: The Final Chapter" is now suing the films producers. "I remember up until the very impact," Olivia Jackson, who was standing in for actress Milla Jovovich, told Inside Edition. The stunt called for Jackson to drive a motorcycle straight at a camera that was supposed to get out of the way. "I was told I was going to lose my wife on multiple occasions," he told Inside Edition. The lawsuit claims she was supposed to shoot another scene but in a "last-minute change, she was asked to perform a dangerous and technically complex motorcycle scene in adverse weather."
Models turned actors
Ukrainian native Milla Jovovich appeared on the cover of the Italian magazine Lei at the age of 11 and went on to be featured in Revlon's "Most Unforgettable Women in the World" advertisements. At the age of 15 she created more buzz by taking over for Brooke Shields in "Return to the Blue Lagoon." She then broke out opposite Bruce Willis in "The Fifth Element" and is best known these days as the butt-kicking Alice in the "Resident Evil" movie franchise. Hide Caption