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Kate Beckinsale Wins “Career in Decline” Lawsuit

from – Kate Beckinsale wanted the truth and now she finally got it, reports

The star of the Memphis-filmed movie “Nothing But the Truth” won about $32,000 in damages and an apology from a U.K. tabloid over what it admitted were false claims that she was fired from a remake of the 1968 Jane Fonda hit “Barbarella.”

According to the Guardian, as part of a settlement with Beckinsale in London’s High Court, the Daily Express acknowledged that it fabricated the story and caused the 35-year-old actress considerable embarrassment by suggesting she was “facing heartbreak” after losing out on the iconic part to actress Rose McGowan and that her career “was in decline.”

In actuality, Beckinsale’s camp claimed in court papers that she was never in talks for the “Barbarella” role .

“This article wrongly gave the impression that the claimant’s career is in decline, which would undoubtedly have a knock-on effect on those who would be casting film roles, as well as the industry as a whole,” her lawyer, Graham Atkins , told the court.

The “Pearl Harbor” star returns to the big screen this fall in the crime thriller “Whiteout,” after which she’ll team up with Robert De Niro in the comedy drama “Everybody’s Fine.”


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