Top 5 Hollywood news today: Lori Loughlin pleads guilty to US admission scandal, Cannes to roll out drive-in cinemas

WION Web Team
New DelhiUpdated: May 22, 2020, 09:19 PM IST
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From Emily Bronte's biopic, to new villain for 'Mission Impossible 7'- here are the top stories of the day.

Lori Loughlin and her husband have pleaded guilty to the US admission scam case. Meanwhile 'Sex Education' star Emma Mackey will be seen playing author Emily Bronte in a new biopic.

Here are the top stories of the day.

Actress Lori Loughlin, husband to plead guilty to US college admissions scam

‘Full House’ actress Lori Loughlin and her husband have agreed to plead guilty to US charges they conspired to fraudulently secure their daughter's admission to the University of Southern California, federal prosecutors said on Thursday.

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Jennifer Connelly talks about working with Tom Cruise in 'Top Gun: Maverick'

Actor Jennifer Connelly has some high praise for her co-star. According to news agency, the 49-year-old Oscar winner recently spoke with 'Extra' on what it was like to work with Hollywood legend Tom Cruise.

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Popcorn, palm trees and face masks: Cannes rolls out drive-in cinema
The Riviera resort of Cannes should have been playing host to the world’s biggest names in film. Instead, with its annual film festival postponed and the red carpet rolled up, locals made do with a drive-in cinema in a beachfront car park.

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'Sex Education' star Emma Mackey to play 'Wuthering Heights' author Emily Bronte in biopic

Loved watching ‘Sex Education’? Well, the lead actress of the show has grabbed another big project -- this time to lead a biopic on ‘Wuthering Heights’ author Emily Bronte.  The film will be helmed by Frances O’Connor.

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Esai Morales replaces Nicholas Hoult as villain in ‘Mission: Impossible 7’

Nicholas Hoult has been replaced by Esai Morales. Although there isn’t any information on what the role entailed, we do know that Nicholas had to step back due to scheduling concerns that went topsy turvy as everything had to shut down because of the coronavirus outbreak.

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