Trouble in Paradise already for newlyweds Russell Brand and Katy Perry?
The “Firework” lass is up to her armpits in blue wigs and fake cupcakes now that her “California Dream World Tour” is in full effect and she’s beside herself with fears that her ex-womanizing hubby is going to play up while she’s away, Star Magazine snoops spill in the March 7 issues.
Hold on to your hat, cracked Camden cokey Pete Doherty has landed a real-life starring role in a featured film.
No, it’s not April Fool’s Day. And surprisingly, no, he’s not even playing a scrubby street urchin or the village leper.
All Hail The King! The critic-favored The King’s Speech beat out Facebook drama The Social Network and animated hit Toy Story 3 to take home the coveted Best Picture Oscar at Sunday night’s Academy Award. In total, royal British drama picked up a total of four Oscars as Hollywood celebrated film’s biggest night, hosted by Anne Hathaway and James Franco.
Colin Firth won the Academy Award on Sunday for his lead role as stammering wartime monarch King George VI in the flick. Filmmaker Tom Hooper won the Academy Award for directing The King’s Speech. Other big Oscar winners include Christian Bale, who clocked his first Best Supporting Actor trophy [...]
That Charlie Sheen just won’t shut up. The month of love is ending on a sour note for sourpuss actor Sheen. So it’s only natural that he take his grips to every television network in America; except of couse for the one that’s made him the highest-paid man on primetime TV since 2003!
Save the Date, Royal Watchers: The Lifetime Network has tapped April 18 as premiere for its Prince William-Kate Middleton romance biopic, aptly-titled William & Kate, starring Nico Evers-Swindell and Camilla Luddington in the title roles.
Are you tuned into tonight’s 83rd Annual Academy Awards? If not you’ve already missed a couple of gab-worthy moments. Not only did an uncharacteristically-emotional Christian Bale (finally!) pick up a Best Supporting Actor prize for his role in the sleeper hit The Fighter, Melissa Leo earned the Best Supporting Actress honor for her portrayal of a Lowell, Mass., woman who stopped at nothing while managing her sons’ boxing careers in the same film.
Of course, no “hip and young” (as hostess Anne Hathaway put it) Oscars ceremony would be complete without at least one F-bomb.
“I apologize to anyone that was offended,” Leo later [...]