Emile Hirsch Will Spend 15 Days in Jail After Pleading Guilty to Assault on Studio Exec

Emile Hirsch will spend 15 days in jail for attacking a female studio executive.

According to multiple reports, the Into the Wild star pleaded guilty to misdemeanor assault in a Park City, Utah, court on Monday after being accused of violently attacking Paramount Digital VP Daniele Bernfeld at TAO Nightclub on Jan. 25

'Insanely Painful and Absolutely Terrifying': New Details Emerge in Alleged Emile Hirsch Assault Case

A studio executive who says actor Emile Hirsch choked and dragged her through a bar at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year in Utah is describing the incident as “insanely painful and absolutely terrifying,” according to public records obtained by The Associated Press.

Emile Hirsch Gets Court Date for Assault Charges, Will Seek Plea Deal

Emile Hirsch will reportedly seek a plea deal in his assault case stemming from a February altercation at the Sundance Film Festival.

The actor, who was back in court on Monday on charges that he assaulted a female Paramount Pictures executive at the festival, also received an Aug. 17 court date in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Emile Hirsch Appears in Court on Assault Charge, Poses for Good-Looking Mug Shot

Emile Hirsch looked every inch the movie star as he posed for a mug shot after a court appearance in Park City, Utah, on Monday.

The 30-year-old, who is charged with felony assault after an altercation with a woman at the Sundance Film Festival in January, was clean-shaven and wore a black suit, white shirt and black tie. He posed for the surprisingly good-looking mug shot after briefly appearing in court.

Emile Hirsch Charged with Assault: He's 'Been a Mess for a Long Time,' Says Source

Go Behind-the-Scenes of the Sundance Film Festival!

For a few days every year, Park City, Utah, becomes the hottest ticket in Hollywood when the Sundance Film Festival comes to town.

This year, stars like Nicole Kidman, Hailee Steinfeld, and Jason Sudeikis were among the thousands who trekked to the tiny town outside of Salt Lake City to promote their new films and enjoy some of the best parties of the year – and PEOPLE was there to catch all the fun moments.

See the Famous Men Who've Posted #HeForShe Selfies for Emma Watson

In her powerful speech about women’s rights to the United Nations this week, Emma Watson called on men everywhere to support the HeForShe campaign and help end gender inequality.

And now, some famous guys are doing just that – very publicly.

Skateboarding Pioneer Jay Adams Dies at 53

Jay Adams, a skateboarding legend who is credited with helping to shape modern skateboarding style, has died. He was 53.

The Santa Monica, California, native died Friday in a hospital in Puerto Escondido, in Mexico, where he was on an extended surfing trip, reports the Los Angeles Times. It’s believed he died of a heart attack.

Emile Hirsch Shares New Photo of Son Valor

“Valor at 6 months… Thank God for mama!” the Lone Survivor actor Tweeted Wednesday, sharing a new photo of his son.

See This/Skip That: From Inside Llewyn Davis to Out of the Furnace

From Inside Llewyn Davis to Out of the Furnace, here’s what to see and what to skip this weekend at the movies.

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Inside Llewyn Davis
Oscar Isaac has an unfortunate habit of being the best thing in bad movies (W.E., Won’t Back Down, The Bourne Legacy), so I’m thrilled to say that he’s finally the best thing in a great one.