The "Scream Queens" actress will receive $6.8 million in personal property from the "Star Wars" actress' estate, court documents obtained by the screen legend's executor and obtained by People magazine showed. Being the only child of actress Carrie Fisher and talent agent Bryan Lourd, she is the legal inheritor of the property. Personal and household belongings like jewellery, artwork and collectables will also go to Lourd. Those intellectual property rights include proceeds from Fisher's books, specials, trademarks and copyrights. Star Wars: The Last Jedi'sJohn Boyegapromises fans can expect an epic sendoff for Fisher's General Leia in that film (she'd filmed pretty much all of her material before her death, so expect her to still have a large role in the narrative). The Los Angeles County Department of Medical Examiner-Coroner report also indicated that she tested positive for cocaine, methadone, ethanol and opiates.
She may be gone too soon, but Fisher is certainly not forgotten. She spent four days in intensive care before passing away on December 27 at 60 years old.
Billie Lourd also admitted that after her mother's death, she tries to emulate her, particularly in doing interviews.
British towns hit by flash floods after heavy rain
After an bad day filled with torrential rain across Essex, the Met Office's latest forecast suggests that the end is finally near. Another band of heavy rain will then pass over the United Kingdom during Wednesday when the heaviest rain is likely.
Netflix losing Disney sounds like an HBO sequel
The 2019 theatrical slate includes " Toy Story 4 ", a " Frozen " sequel and " The Lion King " live-action remake. Disney's streaming service will be built off technology from BAMTech, the MLB-founded video streaming platform.
Tata Motors's consolidated Q1 net profit up more than 41%
Demand grew by 30% in China, helped by the success of the market-specific Jaguar XFL , which boosted XF sales by 22%. In the passenger vehicles business, the company's new cars- Tiago, Hexa, Tigor- continue to show strong sales.
David Letterman makes his return on Netflix
Legendary late-night star David Letterman will make a television comeback for streaming giant Netflix , according to Variety . As Letterman described it, his Netflix series would not much resemble his past network late-night shows.