June 10. 2008

You oughta know that STAR Artist Alanis Morissette feels just fine about her ex-fiancé Ryan Reynolds’ engagement to actress Scarlett Johansson. Alanis told Newsweek magazine, "I'm really happy for him." Alanis' new CD, Flavors of Entanglement, is out today, and she told us that one song, called "Moratorium," is about how she was, "not emotionally ready to be married" anyway.

Actor Rupert Everett, best known for his role in My best Friend’s Wedding, is still trying to remove the foot from his mouth one day after calling British soldiers "wimps." While he was plugging his new movie he pointed out to reporters the difference between soldiers of Victorian times and today’s troops saying, “They are always whining about the dangers of being killed. Oh, my God, they are such wimps now." He apologized today. But actors apologized so much better back in the Victorian Age. I actually wouldn’t mind his foot remaining in his mouth for another month or two.

Actress/Playboy bunny/spontaneous stripper Pamela Anderson is auctioning off her car to benefit PETA. Well, not just any car. A 2000 Dodge Viper. Pam told us it’s dangerous for her to own a car like that because she’s a terrible driver. So would you buy a used car from Pamela Anderson? I wouldn’t buy a used anything from her!

FX has decided to give Courtney Cox-Arquette and her show Dirt the axe. It probably just needed more kisses between her and Jennifer Anniston. Well I guess Courtney was kind of relieved ‘cause now she can be a full-time mom or whatever you call looking after David Arquette.

Like most expectant parents, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are sprucing up their home for their new arrival. Unlike most expectant parents, they're spending more than what most people earn. The New York Daily News reports that the power couple recently plunked down 140 thousand dollars for their nursery in their LA home. That’s $10,000 for a one-of-a-kind crib, $8,000 for a gold-dipped baby bath tub and $122,000 in silver spoons shoved immediately in the twins mouths upon birth.

Children of the '80s, take note: There's something smurftastic brewing in Hollywood. Columbia Pictures and Sony Pictures Animation have scooped up the big-screen rights to a trilogy of movies starring the Smurfs. It’ll be a hybrid mix of live-action and computer animation. No release date has been set yet for the first flick.

24 star Kiefer Sutherland is set to tie the knot for a third time, with new girlfriend who apparently has really transformed him for the good.

Star of the upcoming scary flick The Happening Mark Wahlberg and his gal-pal are expecting their third child and Mark recently revealed to the Today show the reason behind the magic number of mini-Wahlbergs, “we’re having another little boy so I have my foursome now.” The little newbie will "tee off" life later this year. The Happening, M. Night Shyamalan’s first R-rated movie hits theaters on Friday, yes Friday the 13th. Check out the trailer:

Not everyone approves of Hollywood cougars, least of all their cubs. I’m going to try and explain this twisted dating situation. Hulk Hogan’s 48 year-old ex-wife and mother of his children Linda is dating a guy who’s 19. That’s 29 years younger. The guy, some blonde-haired beefy dude named Charlie actually went to school with the Hogans’ kids and is two years younger than their oldest kid Brooke. How does Brooke feel about her mom dating guys a few decades younger? “I’m totally freaked out.” Understatement of the month. She went on to tell us, "I personally don’t like it at all or condone it, but she’s my mom, so I have to show her support." That’s better than what Lindsay Lohan would say if she were in a similar situation. I’m guessing something along the lines of “Where’s my vodka?” Speaking of which...where's my vodka?

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