Tuesday, 31 May 2011
The wildest season of 'Celebrity Apprentice' is over, but don't think for a second that the drama, the name-calling and the animosity between Star Jones and the other ladies of the show is over. Insiders tell me that you could feel the bad blood ... Read more
Check out another one of the character posters from the upcoming final installment in the Harry Potter saga, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part II - this one featuring Alan Rickman as Severus Snape (above)!
This one is really interesting!
You can actually see the conflict in his [...]
The 37-year-old "Saved By the Bell" star married Russell back in 1996. They have two children together.
According to documents filed May 27 in L.A. County Superior Court, Mark -- who's playing a lawyer in his new show, "Franklin and Bash" -- worked out a private arrangement with Russell regarding custody and spousal support.
hollywoodnews.com: Looks like being stuck behind bars hasn?t slowed down T.I.?the rapper coordinated his resources to help 46 [...]
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To recap: January Jones is pregnant but won’t say who the father is, and the reason she’s being such a good girl is because the guy is married and they had an affair [...]
Monday, 30 May 2011
Our Sin City spies spotted Adrian in line at the Bistro Buffet at the Palms Casino and Resort Friday night, where a couple noticed him and asked if he was, in fact, Adrian Peterson. We're told AP answered with his catch phrase (and nickname), "All day."
Peterson asked the couple -- and about a dozen other people in line for the buffet -- if they wanted to join him for dinner ... and then picked up the tab for everyone.
Total cost -- about $400.
If that stupid lockout ever ends ... Adrian will make roughly $10.7 million next season -- so he's gonna be alright.
Fox Searchlight has put out a trailer for "The Descendants," Alexander Payne's new movie. George Clooney stars.
In a report to air on Sunday's '60 Minutes,' a Lance Armstrong teammate says he witnessed the seven-time Tour de France champ use EPO, an illicit performance-boosting drug. "I saw it in his refrigerator," Tyler Hamilton tells journalist Scott ... Read more
Dominican actress Zoe Saldana has been having a fantastic run these past few years!
Selena Gomez is the one Disney starlet who's managed to stay out of the controversial spotlight but her latest music video shoot has another pop star seeing red. Gomez was shooting the music video for her latest single, 'Love You Like a Love Song' ... Read more
Sunday, 29 May 2011
Zsa Zsa Gabor is back in the hospital and in a coma following emergency stomach surgery, the famed socialite's husband told TMZ on Wednesday. The 94-year-old actress's health has been deteriorating for years now and it continues to fuel the feud ... Read more
'Our prediction was $129 million, and that's looking like a real possibility,' BoxOffice.com editor Phil Contrino says.
By Eric Ditzian
For the last few days, Hollywood has been abuzz over the idea that "The Hangover Part II" could pull over $125 million into its boozy box-office wake over the extended five-day Memorial Day holiday. Could an R-rated comedy really do such boffo biz?
It's looking increasingly like it can. Wednesday's midnight screenings of "Hangover" pulled in $10.4 million, a record for an R movie. Thursday followed suit, with a final gross of $31.6 million — another R-rated record for biggest opening day ever. Many schools and colleges are now on break, audiences have been giving the flick an A- CinemaScore and not even tepid critical reviews can seem to stop the inevitable.
"We think it will crack $125 million," BoxOffice.com editor Phil Contrino said. "Our prediction was $129 million, and that's looking like a real possibility. These movies appeal to anyone who has ever greeted the morning with dry mouth and a splitting headache. But the films also have heart underneath all the raunchiness. They are about all the mixed feelings that people have before getting married. Do I like my spouse's family? Do I really want to stop having fun?"
Other industry experts are not as convinced. David Poland of Movie City News is taking a wait-and-see approach while noting that anything over $100 million during the extended weekend would be considered a huge success. "The swing, with numbers this big, is $25-plus million in five days," he said. "There's no way to know how much of the must-see-or-die audience has been served by this huge Thursday. We can all guess, but we're just guessing."
Poland compared the "Hangover" sequel's opening to the second "Matrix" and "Pirates of the Caribbean" films: The originals were surprise blockbusters and the follow-ups received a "mega-opening in response." Helping spur audience excitement, he also noted, was a top-notch marketing campaign including exceptional TV spots. "I've seen the film and they make me want to see it again," he said. "They do exactly what a sequel wants to do — click into the characters you love and promise more."
All of this makes "The Hangover Part III" seem less like just a possibility than an unavoidability. Even last year's "Due Date," which director Todd Phillips shot between "Hangover" flicks, grossed $212 million worldwide. The guy can do no wrong for his studio. As Contrino put it, "He will be in a league of his own after this movie. Warner Bros. would let him film an adaptation of the phone book at this point just to keep him happy."
So while the filmmaker continues to keep his studio bosses and audiences delighted, it doesn't seem like he'll start to give a hoot what critics — those who love him as well as those who hate him — think. "He knew that the nasty reviews for this were coming," Poland said. "He doesn't get the amount of space from critics that, for instance, Judd Apatow gets. So maybe that will be his secret goal, though I believe him completely when he says that he won't start making other kinds of movies or adjusting what he thinks is funny just to get the critical love he wants. No 'Funny People' coming from Todd."
Check out everything we've got on "The Hangover Part II."
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Consider this part five in what it sure to be our never-ending, nauseating series: The Day in Kim Kardashian Wedding News.
Today, we bring you word from the mother of the soon-to-be-bride, as Kris Jenner tells People her daughter and Kris Humphries very much have her blessing to wed.
"He is so amazing and sweet and after spending time with him I came to realize he was such an important part of the family," Kris says about Kris.
Who could not love this face?
Kris adds that she has never seen her oldest so happy, summing up the engaged couple as follows:
"It's hard to let someone in to such a crazy, big, dynamic family and have someone hold their own. Kris does. And he allows Kim to be who she is. She is such an amazing person with such a big heart and she's such a romantic and he's exactly the same way. They're cute together."
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Saturday, 28 May 2011
Prince Frederic von Anhalt placed the call on May 17 -- telling the operator, "It's my wife ... her stomach is bleeding. Please send a car right away, shes going to die."
94-year-old Zsa Zsa was rushed to a nearby hospital for emergency stomach surgery ... but she slipped into a coma following the operation.