I think it best if Mel Gibson simply goes away, never to be seen or heard from again.
Bad news, kiddies, Christmas has been cancelled. Permanently.
Those two of you who call yourselves Chris Brown defenders are not gonna like this.
Y’all know that Rihanna’s abusive ex-boyfriend, Chris Brown, received a lot of attention for his tearful[?] heartfelt[?] tribute to Michael Jackson at the BET Awards Sunday night, right?
While singing “Man in the Mirror,” Brown broke down, unable to sing, weeping openly.
But, wouldn’t you know it, there are some folks who are calling it just a show.
Sources, and by sources I mean drunk groupies, say that before he took the stage, one of Chris Brown’s bodyguards gave him tear-inducing eye drops:
“He rubbed it in and he started crying.”
Chris Brown’s rep, o course, denies it, saying that Brown was truly “moved by the opportunity to pay tribute to his idol.”
But the witnesses are sticking to their story.
And, while we’ll never know for sure, unless that bodyguard speaks up, it does seem a little Chris Brown-ish, doesn’t it?
We can’t go a week without LiLo news, it seems. i mean, now that her career–and by career I mean junkie, alcoholic, thief– is revving up again.
And I don’t mean acting.
An expensive boutique in Los Angeles is suing Lindsay Lohan for ALLEGEDLY not paying her $17,000+ bill from earlier this year.
According to the lawsuit, Lindsay ALLEGEDLY shopped at Tough as Nails and convinced the owners that her “business manager,” or pimp, would be paying the bill at a later date. As the suit explains, the owners believed Lindsanity because of her, ahem, “well known status as a movie actress with substantial income.”
Quick! Name her last movie….Hell. Name any of her movies in the last five years.
Still, Lindsay’s manager did make a small down payment on the tab; he paid off $180.00 of the $17,000 and figured that was good enough.
Wrong! The owners insist that Lohan has committed premeditated fraud by having “no intention of causing her business manager to pay the entire balance” and they are seeking the balance due, plus interest and punitive damages.
Lindsay better hurry up and get that Linda Lovelace movie done.
Girl’s gotta pay the bill.
And by rich, i mean horrendously funny, with a mega-does of stupidity.
The Asylum Production company has ALLEGEDLY decided to make a direct-to-DVD sequel to the Academy Award winning film, Titanic!
You know, the one where the ship sank.
It will star multi-award-winning Brooke Burns…..What? Oh. I mean multi-award-show-watching Brook Burns, and will take place, not in the past, but in the present, when, and here’s Asylum’s synopsis:
“On the 100th anniversary of the original voyage, a modern luxury liner christened “Titanic 2,” follows the path of its namesake. But when a tsunami hurls an ice berg into the new ship’s path, the passengers and crew must fight to avoid a similar fate.”
Asylum Productions needs to be locked up in an asylum for even thinking about this drivel; although the idea of a tsunami “hurling” an iceberg sounds fun.
If they hurl it at James Cameron, who I think will have loads to say, and sue, about this.
There’s a reason why they’re calling it Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps.
After being divorced for nearly ten years, Michael Douglas and his ex-wife, Diandra, are back in court over money.
It seems that Diandra has filed a lawsuit against her former bank account, er, husband claiming that she is entitled to half of his earnings from Wall Street 2.
And though Diandra received some $45 million in the divorce, she claims that part of the deal was that she was entitled to 50 percent of money from his films during their time together – including residuals, merchandising, ancillary rights and spinoffs.
Spinoffs? Is Wall Street 2 a spinoff, or a sequel? And therein lies the rub.
Michael’s lawyer, Marilyn Chinitz, is arguing that a sequel is not a spinoff and she has no right to the money, said: “[Michael] doesn’t want [Diandra] to be an albatross around his neck forever.”
But Diandra says: “It’s the same character, the same title, just years later.”
The judge did agree that there was a difference between a spinoff and sequel, but will not decide the issue until he figures out whether the case should be tried in NYC or sent to California, where the two divorced.
I imagine Catherine Zeta-I-Married-My-Grandfather-Jones doesn’t want to see any of her future Botox money going to the ex-wife.