Hugh Jackman and Miley Cyrus are set to star in a new film loosely based on Whitney Houston and Kevin Costner’s 1992 smash The Bodyguard.
According to Hollywood trade mag Variety, the Wolverine star will team up with Disney’s reigning teen queen in an upcoming comedy — tentatively titled Personal Security – chronicling the plight of “a tough Gotham police detective forced into bodyguard duty for a spoiled teen heiress who is receiving kidnapping threats…”
Jerry Springer has no idea why his trashy daytime talk show has been on the air for nearly two decades.
Well that makes two of us.
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Michael Jackson’s nanny, Grace Rwaramba, has denied a report claiming she “routinely” pumped the late singer’s stomach after he ingested a dangerous amount of prescription drugs.
In fact, Grace says she has the utmost respect for her former employer — who was also her friend — and she is insistent that she never divulged any details of her nearly 20 year employment with the pop star to a London tabloid. Read the rest of this entry »
Listen up, Twi-Hards. Eclipse, the third film in the insanely-popular Twilight Saga, is set to begin production in Vancouver, Canada on August 17, Production Weekly announced via Twitter Tuesday.
The third flick in the vampire epic, featuring Robert Pattinson as vamp Edward Cullen and Kristen Stewart as his mortal lady love Bella Swan, will shoot through October 31 at Vancouver Film Studios.
Twilight: New Moon, the follow-up to last winter’s blockbuster Twilight, will be in theaters in November.
Perez Hilton has been dropped by more than 800,000 of his followers on Twitter after making controversial remarks about the late Michael Jackson, MediaBistro.com has learned. Nearly 1 million of the celebrity blogger’s 1.8 million followers hit the road last week after the always charming
Perez (Insert eye-roll here) ruffled the feathers of fans by suggesting that the King of Pop was faking a heart attack to get out of his 50-date This Is It Tour, which would have kicked off in London in July.
After the musician’s passing, Perez removed the post from his website, but it appears the damage has already been done. Soon thereafter, a campaign spread across the Twitter nation urging people to drop Perez. In addition, hundreds of thousands of Tweets including the hash tag “#unfolllowperez” have been popping up all of the popular social networking site since last week.
The gays should really get together and vote to have this guy tossed out of the LGBT community. His remarks were insensitive and unacceptable and he’s making you look bad.