Jurors have questions during Heard Vs. Depp case


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1. The jury is still out in Johnny Depp’s $50 million defamation lawsuit against Amber Heard.

In their first full day of deliberations, jurors asked the judge how they should weigh the headline in Amber’s “Washington Post” op-ed.

The headline for the online version of the December 2018 piece read, “I Spoke Up Against Sexual Violence — And Faced Our Culture’s Wrath. That Has To Change.”

That headline is one of three statements on the jury verdict forms that they have to weigh in determining whether to rule for Johnny.

Judge Penney Azcarate said that the jurors were wondering if they should consider whether the headline was defamatory or whether that should be connected to the “content of the statement, everything in the op-ed.”

She said that the clear that the title is the statement.

The jury also has to rule on Amber’s $100 million defamation countersuit.

Deliberations continue today.

2. Joseph Kosinski, the director of “Top Gun: Maverick,” reveals that he didn't know that Tom Cruise had no interest in a sequel...until right before his pitch meeting

Kosinski says he had just 30 minutes to convince Tom Cruise to star in the movie.

Good thing he did - “Top Gun: Maverick” racked up $248M at the worldwide box office in its opening weekend.

3. or the first time since 2018, the core cast members of Scrubs will be together for a unique panel appearance at the Austin TV Festival on June 5.

The reunion announcement came from two of the show’s most prominent actors, Zach Braff and Donald Faison on their podcast Fake Doctors, Real Friends with Zach and Donald.

“We are never ever all together,” Braff said. “If you are in Austin this weekend, come by and see us.”

The Hulu sponsored panel will feature Braff, Faison, Sarah ChalkeJudy ReyesJohn C. McGinley, and Neil Flynn along with show creator Bill Lawrence. Variety writer Michael Schneider will be moderating the Sunday morning discussion at the Paramount Theater.

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