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‘Marriage Boot Camp’ Recap: Bianca Bonnie Tears Up During Childhood Abuse Confession

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Jaws had been on the ground throughout the March 26 episode of ‘Marriage Boot Camp: Hip Hop Version’, after Bianca revealed she was the sufferer of abuse when she was a toddler.

The solid of Marriage Boot Camp: Hip Hop Version was requested to share their childhood traumas throughout an emotional train this week, and whereas everybody’s story was heartbreaking to listen to, Bianca Bonnie‘s hit us the toughest. As she stood up in entrance of her housemates throughout the March 26 episode, she took a deep breath and revealed how she was hit when she was youthful.

“I’ve, like, belief points with everyone,” Bianca, 28, started throughout the weak train. “Like my mother needed to work. Anytime she needed to do one thing, or work, she left me with a member of the family. This individual – she slapped me in my eye so f–king arduous, I’m like, in case your member of the family can deal with you want that, then how are you going to belief anyone else on this planet.”

Whereas it was painful for Bianca to share with the group, Dr. Ish reminded everybody why it was so vital to dive into their pasts. For instance, he defined how Bianca’s incidents at the moment are affecting her present romance with Chozus, saying her unfavourable reactions to him are literally reactions to her previous.

“I really like speaking amongst individuals that may perceive me and provides again optimistic suggestions and never simply choose me,” Bianca mentioned in her confessional, noting how individuals have mentioned to her “sure, we did present you’re keen on. Clearly, I didn’t really feel that means, ya know.”

Then, when it was Chozus‘ flip to talk, he revealed that he aspired to play skilled soccer at one time in his life, nevertheless, a knee harm sidelined these hopes. “The dream was to go to the NFL?” Dr. Ish requested, to which Chozus replied, “Info,” whereas he grew to become overcome with emotion.

However Dr. Ish informed Chozus that he can nonetheless discover a new path to a satisfying life. “In order that’s undoubtedly a flip. This life I assumed I used to be gonna have is not open to me. And never solely do I’ve to determine how you can be this completely different man, I want to determine how you can be completely different and particular as a result of I’ve all the time been particular,” he mentioned.

Need extra drama? New episodes of Marriage Boot Camp: Hip Hop Version air Thursdays at 9pm on WE television.

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U.K. COVID-19 Film and TV Emergency Relief Fund Opens for Applications – Variety

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The COVID-19 Movie and TV Emergency Aid Fund has opened for purposes within the U.Okay., as analysis reveals that 93% of trade freelancers are now not working because of the coronavirus disaster.

Created by The Movie and TV Charity in partnership with the BFI to supply assist to employees and freelancers hit hardest by the closure of productions throughout the U.Okay., the fund has been supported by preliminary donations totalling £2.5 million ($3.1 million) from Netflix, the BFI, BBC Studios, BBC Content material, WarnerMedia and several other personal donors.

One-off grants between £500 ($615) and £2,500 ($3,075) will probably be awarded based mostly on want.

The time-limited fund — purposes will stay open for 2 weeks — is being administered by The Movie and TV Charity, with assist from BFI workers. Each organizations are protecting all overheads of administering the fund.

Based on a survey by The Movie and TV Charity, 93% of trade freelancers are now not working because of the disaster, whereas 74% should not anticipated to obtain any assist since they’re both ineligible for the federal government’s Self-employment Earnings Help Scheme or haven’t been furloughed as PAYE freelancers beneath the Job Retention Scheme.

Round 75% of respondents stated they had been very or extraordinarily frightened about their earnings in coming months, whereas almost half stated they had been frightened about assembly primary residing prices.

Alex Pumfrey, CEO of The Movie and TV Charity, stated the time-limited COVID-19 Movie and TV Emergency Aid Fund is designed to supply monetary assist the place the necessity is most acute. “Our techniques will spotlight candidates who’re experiencing explicit misery and our skilled group will reply to these pink flags with private follow-up calls.”

Ben Roberts, chief govt of the BFI, stated: “We all know an enormous variety of freelance professionals in our neighborhood have been among the hardest hit through the coronavirus disaster, so we’re delighted that the fund is now open for purposes.”

Purposes for the one-off grants may be made through The Movie and TV Charity’s web site.

The Fund is launching alongside an enchantment by The Movie and TV Charity for extra donations.

The Movie and TV Charity has additionally unveiled the brand new COVID-19 Movie and TV Repayable Grants Scheme providing assist for trade freelancers ready for funds beneath the Authorities’s Self-employment Earnings Help Scheme.

Curiosity-free grants of as much as £2,000 ($2,460) will probably be provided to these eligible for Self-employment Earnings Help however who’re fighting the await funds that aren’t set to reach till June.

The COVID-19 Movie and TV Repayable Grants Scheme opens April 15. Candidates may have one week to make a declare through The Movie and TV Charity’s web site. The Aid Fund and Repayable Grants Scheme sit beside the group’s current Hardship Fund, which provides grants of as much as £500 ($614) to supply stop-gap assist.

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Two Dead in Outbreak at Motion Picture Retirement Home – Variety

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UPDATE — Two male residents on the Movement Image Tv Fund’s expert nursing facility within the Los Angeles suburb of Woodland Hills have died of issues from COVID-19.

The primary dying occurred on Monday and the second came about on Tuesday, in line with Bob Beitcher, president and CEO of the Movement Image & Tv Fund. Beitcher recognized one of many victims as John Breier, 64, a longtime member of IATSE Native 174.

Each had compromised immune programs. The primary sufferer, who was 81, died at West Hills Hospital. Breier had been residing with a number of sclerosis for the previous 25 years. Beitcher mentioned the 2 had been in MPTF’s  long-term care unit for a few years.

Beitcher additionally mentioned Tuesday that 4 staffers had examined optimistic for the virus and have been self-isolating. He additionally mentioned that six different sufferers who’ve examined optimistic for COVID-19 are receiving care within the services’ isolation unit.

The MPTF reported the primary case on March 31. About 250 leisure trade retirees stay on the MPTF’s Wasserman Campus in Woodland Hills, Calif. The primary seven residents who examined postive have been residents of both the Mary Pickford Home long-term care facility or Harry’s Haven, its Alzheimer’s unit.

The MPTF was created in 1921 by Charlie Chaplin, Mary Pickford, Douglas Fairbanks, D.W. Griffith, Conrad Nagel, Milton Sills and Douglas Fairbanks, Sr., to supply help and care to these of restricted means within the movement image trade.

Deadline first reported the information.

(The preliminary report didn’t embrace the identification of John Breier)

 

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Chernin Entertainment Signs First-look Deal With Netflix – Variety

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Chernin Leisure has signed a first-look deal for function movies with Netflix.

The businesses confirmed the deal on Tuesday. Chernin’s earlier first-look deal had been via 20th Century Fox, however that settlement went away earlier this 12 months after Disney absorbed the Fox function movie operations final 12 months.

Selection reported completely in January that Chernin Leisure would retain 70 of the 80-plus film initiatives that it had in improvement at 20th. The initiatives remaining at Disney — like a brand new “Planet of the Apes” movie with director Wes Ball (“The Maze Runner”) — are primarily based on Disney-held mental property, and Chernin will stay hooked up as an government producer.

After Chernin stepped down because the president of Fox’s then-parent firm Information Corp. in 2009, he launched Chernin Leisure as a movie manufacturing firm with 2011’s “Rise of the Planet of the Apes.” He additionally produced a number of different high-profile ,motion pictures for Fox within the earlier decade, together with “Hidden Figures,” “The Best Showman” and up to date greatest image nominee “Ford v Ferrari.” All instructed, Chernin made 24 motion pictures over eight years, virtually all of them at Fox.

Disney’s $71.three billion acquisition of 21st Century Fox modified the panorama for movie manufacturing at 20th, particularly after the division’s movie slate in 2019 dramatically underperformed, posting a $170 million loss in Disney’s fiscal third quarter. That prompted Disney to cancel the vast majority of then-Fox’s movie improvement slate and refocus manufacturing on established franchises.

Chernin Leisure’s most up-to-date movies included the Kristen Stewart thriller “Underwater,” debuted with a limp $7 million home opening weekend, and the animated comedy “Spies in Disguise” grossed round $170 million worldwide.

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