Khesari Entertainment : March 2022 entertainment highlights in the world

Get the latest information on the political landscape, entertainment updates, and health sector in the world with this Khesari Entertainment news highlight for March! The latest entertainment news in the world that you need to know are the following:

Big News

• Michael Jackson is dead.

• Nick Cannon has been confirmed as the new host of America’s Got Talent.

• Taylor Swift has been confirmed as the new host of the Oscars.

• Black Panther is set to be the biggest film of all time.

• Netflix has been confirmed as the new home of Friends, Seinfeld, and other shows.

• Disney is set to launch a streaming service.

• Amazon has been confirmed as the new home of Marvel’s Daredevil, Captain America, and other shows.

• Marvel is developing an X-Men TV show.

Kim Kardashian shares first pregnancy pic, Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth are officially engaged, and Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith are now officially divorced!

The former couple, who married in 2006, are reportedly separated and it is being reported that Smith is seeking sole custody of their daughter, Treyana. The actor, who was married to Pinkett Smith for nearly 10 years, reportedly wants to be able to decide the little girl’s schooling and medical care.

A source close to Smith told the Daily Mail, “Will wants to be the one to decide the schooling and medical care of their daughter, not Jada. He wants to be the primary parent. He wants to be able to make decisions about her. He doesn’t want Jada to interfere. He wants to be able to make the decisions for her.”

Smith’s lawyer, Marty Singer, said in a statement, “It is important to point out that there is no pending divorce or custody case. Will is not seeking joint custody of their daughter, Trey. Will is seeking sole custody of their daughter, Trey.”

Pinkett Smith and Smith were married in November 2005. The couple welcomed daughter Willow in 2008.

The Hollywood Reporter reports that The Weinstein Company is making a move to buy the distribution rights to two films directed by Sofia Coppola: Somewhere, and The Bling Ring. The films are about the 2005 L.A. heist that was a subject of The Bling Ring, a book by The New Yorker writer, Jann Wenner. Somewhere is about the crime and the investigation into it, and The Bling Ring is about the heist itself.

The Weinstein Company is trying to secure the distribution rights to the films in order to make a theatrical release of them in order to promote the company’s own new movie, The Butler, which is based on the true story of a black man who served as the White House’s butler for eight presidents.

Coppola’s Somewhere is a psychological thriller about a young woman named Mary, who is about to get married. She goes to a remote place in the desert to try to process her feelings about her upcoming marriage, and discovers that she is the sole survivor of a plane crash. She’s forced to go on a survivalist mission to find out what happened.

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