Nov: Celebs Rumors


Takeoff’s Mother Sues Houston Venue Where Rapper Was Shot and Killed

Thania Garcia Nearly seven months after Migos rapper Takeoff was shot and killed at a Houston bowling alley, his mother, Titania Davenport, has filed a negligence lawsuit against the venue. Takeoff (real name: Kirsnick Khari Ball), was killed at a late-night event in downtown Houston on Nov. 1 after being shot multiple times. Harris County Police said in a press conference that Takeoff was an “innocent bystander” of the argument that led to his death, and now his family is holding the venue accountable for failing to provide sufficient security that night. On June 7, Davenport filed a lawsuit at the Texas district court against the property owners of 810 Billiards & Bowling, noting that the defendants were informed the event required extra security and would draw a large crowd, many of whom would be celebrities. They further claim the venue “provided no screening mechanisms, no after-hour controls or security measures, and no enforcement of rules or industry standards to deter crime against their invitees, to include [Takeoff].”

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‘All the Light We Cannot See’ Star Louis Hofmann Signs With CAA (EXCLUSIVE)
Selome Hailu Louis Hofmann has signed with CAA. The actor will soon be seen in “All the Light We Cannot See,” the upcoming Netflix limited series based on the novel of the same name by Anthony Doerr. The series follows Marie-Laure LeBlanc (Aria Mia Loberti), a blind French teenager who crosses paths with a young German soldier named Werner Pfennig (Hofmaan), who is described as quiet and soulful with “a strong moral compass in a complicated world.” Together, he and Marie-Laure must learn to survive the devastation of the war in occupied France. Hofmann’s casting was announced in February 2022. The project is set to debut on Nov. 2. Hofmann will also appear in Apple TV+’s upcoming World War II limited series “Masters of the Air,” which is based on on the book of the same name by Donald L. Miller and produced by Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks. And during Cannes, it was announced that Hofmann has been cast opposite “The Last of Us” star Bella Ramsey in “Monstrous Beauty.” In the period film, written and directed by Romola Garai, Hofmann plays Vale, an average actor and extremely skilled lover by trade, whose beauty that attracts Barbara’s (Ramsey) attention before he quickly becomes an object of infatuation and her muse. Dominic West, Ruth Negga and Fiona Shaw also star.