Upcoming all-female heist film “Ocean’s Eight” comes with an all-star cast — but one of them didn’t get paid very well for her efforts. In fact, Olivia Munn, who has a cameo in the film as an attendee at the Met Gala, had to foot the bill for the privilege. “The Newsroom” and “X Men:...
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