Still Hoping James Gunn Will Be Rehired? Get Ready To Be Disappointed
Bill and Hillary Clinton pay tribute to Aretha Franklin
Aretha Franklin, 'Queen of Soul', dies aged 76
Priyanka Chopra flaunts her engagement ring in this picture with Raveena Tandon
Omarosa says President Trump calls Betsy DeVos 'Ditzy DeVos'
Damon Wayans Addresses Clayne Crawford Controversy on Twitter
15 May 2018, 09:37 | Regina Holmes
Damon Wayans Claims Clayne Crawford Injured Him on Deadly Weapon Set
Television procedural while replacing its troubled leading star. Wayans spent much of the evening detailing some of the incidents that occurred on set, including an injury he sustained during an episode directed by Crawford. He posted another tweet with a photo of a flyer that said "Clayne Crawford is an emotional terrorist".
"Now that the fate of the show is solidified..."
The accompanying clip showed Wayans getting hit in the back of the head with a piece of shrapnel.
"Wayans ended his tweetstorm by saying Crawford has a "file of infractions" and used the hashtag "#releasethetapes", further insinuating that Warner Bros. may have more evidence it's not sharing with the public.
As Deadline reports, "the fifth and final season will wrap up this unique origin story of the great DC Comics Super-villains and vigilantes, which revealed an entirely new chapter that has never been told". Wayans has since made his Twitter account private, but ConsquenceOfSound managed to grab screenshots before that.
Damon Wayans took to Twitter Monday to fire off a series of tweets to address the firing of his Lethal Weapon co-star Clayne Crawford and was even blamed for the actor's ouster. He alleged Crawford "hit another actor in the mouth with a bottle of green tea and busted his mouth open". "To the Fans - Thank you for the overwhelming support and love", Crawfordwrote, including a photo from the set. Since his dismissal, Crawford has offered apologies and explanations for his behavior. He posted a message of congratulations to the cast and crew on Instagram.
Reports of a rift between Damon Wayans, who plays Roger Murtaugh in the TV adaptation of the classic buddy cop film, and Clayne Crawford, cast as Martin Riggs, had circulated for weeks, casting doubt on whether the show would return for a third season. My heart is full.
Crawford, 40, was sacked from the show following reports of bad behavior on set.
Although Crawford said he had been "disciplined", apologized, attended studio-appointed therapy and has since released a statement wishing his former cast well and wishing them luck for the next season, Wayans has not once commented on the month of rumours surrounding the show, which was renewed for a third season ahead of Scott's hiring.
Crawford previously admitted he had been reprimanded twice for his behaviour because he lost his temper over allegedly unsafe working conditions. I feel a responsibility to do good work for my co-workers, for my family, for my home state, and most especially, for the fans.
Bohemian Rhapsody: first poster, trailer imminent
Last December, The Hollywood Reporter claimed actor Rami Malek , 37, had been having issues with director Bryan Singer , 52. It's nearly as if this feels teaser makes Bohemian Rhapsody feel more like a cheap, made-for-TV movie than anything else.
Gas prices still on the rise
Of course the rising prices will mean more pain at the pump just as the summer driving season is getting underway. As the mercury continues to rise nationwide, so does the price of gas here in Eastern North Carolina.
Unboxing The Honor 10
After a month's wait, Huawei Honor has finally launched the company's flagship smartphone, the Honor 10 , today, globally. The Honor 10 takes a lot of inspiration from the Huawei P20 and P20 Pro , if you were to talk about looks and feel.
Smith set to announce rep retirement, effective immediately
Maroons coach Kevin Walter said he had an inkling that Smith was wavering about Origin in their discussions through the year. Smith counts seven Origin man-of-the-match awards to his name, with only Wally Lewis (8) earning more across a career.