- Magic Johnson Sued, Needed Red Vines Squeezed [The Blemish]
- Jennifer Walcott Bikini Video Shoot [Viralosity.tv]
- Scarlett Johansson Takes A Tumble While Filming ‘Under The Skin’ [PHOTOS] [Socialite Life]
- Stop Me If You’ve Heard It: Lindsay Stole $15,000 Worth of Clothes from A Movie Set [Evil Beet]
- A History of People Taylor Swift Has Written Songs About [Complex]
- NATALIE PORTMAN DIOR AD BANNED FOR BEING “MISLEADING” [I'm Not Obsessed]
- Justin Timberlake snubbed his old boy band [Celebslam]
There has to be a token hottie role in at least one of the films he’s doing, right? Or maybe this is the way George Clooney keeps his women coming back for more b/c he doesn’t give them easy access to his vast network of Hollywood & non-Hollywood bigwigs?
Whatever the case, Stacy Keibler got dressed up all sexy to hit an event thrown by Valspar Paint to help them announce the extension of the paint company’s Love Your Color Guarantee, as well as discuss the $21 million that the Valspar Foundation has committed to Habitat for Humanity.
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Pictured: Pamela Anderson, Russell Simmons & Sasha Volkova, Olivia Culpo
Last night the “A Night of New York Class” Gala was held at The Edison Ballroom in New York City. We have no idea how Pamela Anderson got on the invite list but she was billed to be Mistress of Ceremonies for the event. The organization honored Kathy Najimy and Kristen Johnston for their efforts in the fight against animal cruelty. Also there were live performances by Joan Jett and The Blackhearts, Ivan Neville and D.J. Alexandra Richards. Interested in knowing more about the organization? For more info, visit the NY CLASS website.
Following the Royal Premiere of the new James Bond film Skyfall at Royal Albert Hall in London, Berenice Marlohe switched outfits for the afterparty held at the Tate Modern. Since we’re in the business of plugging, once again her we go with the vitals on Skyfall, opening in US theaters on November 9th. For more info, visit the Skyfall official website.
When an operation in Istanbul ends in disaster, James Bond is missing and presumed to be dead, and the identities of every active undercover MI6 agent are leaked onto the internet. In the aftermath, questions are raised over M’s ability to run the Secret Service, and she becomes the subject of a government review over her handling of the situation. When the service itself is attacked, Bond’s sudden reappearance gives M the pretext she needs to seek out Raoul Silva, a dangerous villain claiming a personal connection to both of them – but as he follows a trail from London to the South China Sea, Bond soon finds his loyalty to M challenged over secrets from her past. [Wiki]
Interview w/ Berenice about her experience doing “Skyfall”:
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Pictured: Bar Paly, Nadine Velazquez, Rebecca Da Costa
Flight is the upcoming Robert Zemeckis (Cast Away) film starring Denzel Washington as Captain “Whip” Whitaker. The cast also includes Don Cheadle, Melissa Leo, Bruce Greenwood, Kelly Reilly, Nadine Velazquez and John Goodman. The film made its premiere at the NY Film Festival earlier this month but is set for wide-release on November 2nd. For more info, visit the Flight official website.
An investigation of a pilot’s emergency landing, which saves everyone on board, leads to a troubling discovery that he had alcohol in his system during the flight, which might land him in prison. [Wiki]
Maria Menounos worked her near-perfect style on the set of “Extra” yesterday afternoon ahead of her interview w/ actor Jerry O’Connell, who stopped by to chat about his new NBC comedy “Mockingbird Lane.”
The pilot episode will air on October 26 as a Halloween special & gives NBC execs the option for a series order. The series is a remake of the 1960s CBS sitcom “The Munsters,” but from the clips I’ve seen, it just doesn’t live up to the original. It needs to be 10x more freakier, but I guess we’ll find out Friday. Also, we should note that the cast includes Jerry O’Connell as Herman Munster, Portia de Rossi as Lily Munster, Eddie Izzard as Grandpa (Sam Dracula), Charity Wakefield as Marilyn Munster & Mason Cook as Eddie Munster.
Don’t know if there’s any truth to those Joe Francis rumors (i.e. he banged her), but Joanna Krupa isn’t commenting, from what we know. For those of you who don’t know, Joe Francis is the dude behind “Girls Gone Wild.”
Keeping tally w/ all the rumors swirling around helpess Joanna, let’s not forget that earlier this month TMZ plugged a story (via Nik Richie at TheDirty.com) that stated Joanna is a confirmed high-priced prostitute willing to bang a stranger for $10,000. How fucked up is that? Joanna obviously was quick to deny those rumors stating simply, “I’M NOT A HOOKER!!” God damn, why’s everyone after Joanna suddenly? She seems so hot & harmless. I guess having people create bullshit rumors about you is better than sitting on the sidelines and nobody giving a shit, right?
These pics of Joanna were snapped as the star of ‘The Real Housewives of Miami’ was seen coming out of Katsuya in Hollywood wearing a sexy getup which included a cropped top showing off her well-toned midriff. Looks like somebody’s doing her share of daily situps! OW!
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“Two once-promising Armstrong dramas quietly have been dropped. Sony held high hopes for a project based on Armstrong’s 2001 best-selling memoir It’s Not About the Bike and tapped Frank Marshall (the Bourne franchise) to produce (Damon was rumored to star).” [THR]
Hollywood loves its biopics, especially come Oscar season, and no true life story is hotter today than that of fallen hero Lance Armstrong. Despite two recent attempts to bring his “inspiring” story to the big screen, only a documentary is currently being produced about Armstrong’s struggle with cancer and his triumph on the Tour de France. Clearly, the scandal that has rocked his career and stripped him of his medals has left him with seemingly few takers.
Studios are, however, biting at any idea that can make his story appealing to the masses in a way that shows him redeeming himself in the end. (It’s a marketing thing, see). So while the real life Lance Armstrong works to rebuild his reputation as an icon of perseverance, the reel life Lance Armstrong may have to wait to be brought to life. Audiences love a comeback. Just ask Rocky.