Coffee Talk: Woman Charged with Trespassing at Will and Jada's House

Plus: POTUS will deliver the eulogy at Rev. Clementa Pinckney's funeral, Ava DuVernay is rumored to have signed on to direct Marvel's "Black Panther" movie, Queen Latifah will star in the faith-based film, "Miracles from Heaven," and more of the day's news.

Taylor Lewis Jun, 23, 2015

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Three months after Ariel Archer was found in Will and Jada's Smith's California home, the 26-year-old is being charged with trespassing and refusing to leave private property and faces the possibility of serving six months in jail or paying a $1,000 fine. Neither Will nor Jada has spoken out about the incident. [E! Online]

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All hail the Queen. After her portrayal as Bessie Smith in HBO's Bessie, Queen Latifah is returning to the big screen in Sony's upcoming drama, Miracles From Heaven, based on a new novel of the same name. Starring alongside Jennifer Garner, Latifah will play an "earthly" guardian angel to a mother and her sick daughter. Keep an eye out for the movie in March 2016. [The Hollywood Reporter]

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Could there be a new superhero behind the scenes at Marvel? Selma director Ava DuVernay has reportedly signed on to direct the comic book giant's newest movie, Black Panther. The movie isn't scheduled to come out until 2018, but Marvel allegedly wanted to seal the deal to secure her expertise. We can understand why! [Complex]

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President Obama is scheduled to deliver the eulogy at the funeral of Rev. Clementa Pinckney, one of the nine victims fatally shot at Charleston's Emanuel AME Church last week and the senior pastor of the church. In a statement last week, Obama expressed his sorrow and said that he had known Pinckney personally. The funeral is scheduled for Friday at 11 a.m. at the College of Charleston's TD Arena. [Slate]

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Just hours after South Caroline Gov. Nikki Haley expressed support toward removing the Confederate flag from the state's Capitol, Walmart made a similar decree. The superstore announced that it would be removing all Confederate flag merchandise from its stores. "We never want to offend anyone with the products that we offer," Walmart said in a statement. [Yahoo]

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The stars are shining bright! The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce announced yesterday that Tracy Morgan, LL Cool J and Kevin Hart would all be receiving stars on the esteemed Hollywood Walk of Fame. Congrats, guys! [Variety]