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Casa Bonita: Why 'South Park' Masterminds Won't Actually Be Buying Real-Life Restaurant

South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone helped make the Colorado restaurant Casa Bonita known around the world, but that was not enough to keep its owners from needing to file Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in April. After learning about Summit Family Restaurants' financial troubles, the comedy masterminds told The Hollywood Reporter they wanted to buy Casa Bonita. Unfortunately for them, the company is not interested in selling.
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Alex Kurtzman’s Reign at CBS Studios Extended through 2026 with Massive $160 Million Contract Renewal

In a move that is sure to shock those who have been repeatedly claiming his ouster, Star Trek franchise boss Alex Kurtzman was the subject of a pair of effusive profile pieces this morning — where the most senior leadership within CBS and Paramount+ sing his praises after a successful multi-million-dollar extension of Kurtzman’s already-long-term contract with the company.
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Emma Stone Reportedly ‘Weighing Options’ Against Disney Over Cruella

Disney may have another issue on the way, as Emma Stone is rumored to be considering her options regarding Cruella’s Disney+ release in the wake of Scarlett Johansson’s lawsuit. As you likely know, Johansson filed a lawsuit against Disney over the move of Black Widow to a day-and-date release in theaters and on Disney+ Premier Access. Johansson’s suit she alleges the move was done in order to allow the studio to profit while denying the actress bonuses that would kick in at certain box office benchmarks.
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Emma Stone considering suing Disney as Scarlett Johansson

Yep. They say that Emma Stone is considering suing Disney, just like Scarlett Johansson, for streaming Cruella’s premiere. This Friday it was reported on Screenrant, that the 32-year-old actress is considering a lawsuit against Disney for the launch of Cruella on Disney +. The film was released in May, simultaneously in theaters and on the streaming service. Situation similar to that which occurred with Black Widow, starring Scarlett Johansson.
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