Kind of a boring interview, but she talks about:
-Joining the ABC show "The Forgotten"
-Random info about her hockey player boyfriend, Dion
-Being the grand marshal in the Grey Cup parade
PHILADELPHIA - Former reality TV star Jon Gosselin will likely sign a contract this Friday in Philadelphia to step into the boxing ring, MyFoxPhilly.com has learned.
Sources tell MyFoxPhilly that Gosselin, 32, will fight former friend Michael Lohan in Philadelphia sometime in May, if negotiations are finalized.
Lohan had challenged Gossilin to a $120,000 fight last week on Fox 29's "Good Day Philadelphia" show.
For those of you keeping track at home, Lohan is best friends with former tabloid reporter Kate Major, who testified against Jon Gosselin in court during TLC’s lawsuit against Gosselin.
Local celebrity boxing promoter Damon Feldman will reportedly be involved in the event. Feldman had used Gosselin’s former girlfriend, Hailey Glassman, as a referee at a boxing match.
Glassman also testified against Gosselin in the TLC case.
Currently, TLC won an injunction against Gosselin that bars him from making paid appearances, without its permission, while he is under contract to TLC.
In that December court hearing, TLC disclosed its contract with Gosselin ends in May.
Gosselin, 32, can’t make any appearances without TLC’s approval until May, but he also has a $1.5 million suit pending against TLC.
A trial will be held in April to determine if Gosselin has to pay TLC for money he earned outside of his contract with TLC.
Jon and Kate Gosselin signed a one-year contract this spring with TLC that gave the foremr couple $22,000 an episode for “Jon & Kate Plus 8.” In return, TLC had exclusive control over any public appearances by the couple, and control over any outside compensation it deemed competitive in nature.
Gosselin has filed a counter lawsuit against the TLC network, claiming television producers violated Pennsylvania's child labor laws.
The couple was divorced in December 2009 and their TV show was canceled in November 2009.
Hope I did this right, I didn't see it posted anywhere. My first post to ONTD if it's accepted ***crosses fingers***
Ivan Reitman, director and producer of the first two movies, stopped to chat with MTV's Josh Horowitz last night on the National Board of Review red carpet in New York City. He shied away from addressing Weaver's spoiler-y speculation, but he did have some things to say about the general state of development for "Ghostbusters III."
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We'll tell you who: no one!
The multiple Oscar-winning, comedic, dramatic, friend-of-Steven-Spielberg acting guru has joined the Twitterverse. He's even verified!
"Testing…Testing… Is this thing on??" he wrote in his inaugural tweet on Monday afternoon. A few hours later, he confirmed the news that he and Julia Roberts are reteaming for Larry Crowne, which is set to begin filming this year.
OMG! Maybe he'll get her to join, too!
Our new social networking pal describes himself as "that actor in some of the movies you liked and some you didn't. Sometimes I'm in pretty good shape, other times I'm not. Hey, you gotta live, you know?"
Yesterday, the sometimes Robert Langdon brought a little of the funny as well as a new nickname for himself.
"Copy 5 by 5 on those Back Tweets," he writes. "I'll try to keep these snappy. 2010 is KOOKS so far, no? Hanx."
Not quite, but CW president Dawn Ostroff tells me she is feeling very optimistic about the show’s renewal odds.
“I’m really pleased with the show,” she says. “Creatively, I think they’ve done a great job. And the ratings are [strong] on Friday night. I have to commend [the producers]… It’s not easy in season 9 to keep a show fresh. And you know what I think? The fans have really liked the show this season.
“I don’t know which way we’ll go,” she continues, “but if you would’ve asked me [earlier whether it would end this season] I would’ve said, ‘Oh, probably.’ But I can’t say that now.”
In the meantime, Ostroff says Smallville producers Brian Peterson and Kelly Souders “haven’t even pitched us the last episodes yet, so we haven’t even gotten to how we’re going to deal with the last episode and whether it’s a season finale or series finale. But right now, I think it’s just a season finale.”
12 Things You Don't Know About Mila Kunis
From Megan Fox and Angelina Jolie to her geeky side and paparazzi, the beautiful woman otherwise known as Meg Griffin reveals her secrets — and some skin.On Megan Fox:
"She has a tendency to say absurd shit and then see what happens. I hope she's fully consciously aware of what she's doing, because if she is, she's brilliant."
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Flight of the Conchords star Rhys Darby, 35, and wife Rosie Carnahan Darby recently welcomed their second child, reports the New Zealand Herald.
Baby Theo, who arrived shortly before Christmas, joins his 4-year-old brother, Finn, at home.
Last week, Rosie took to Twitter to share the truth about life with a newborn:
Rhys’ former costars Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement have also become fathers recently. Bret’s daughter Vita was born in August, while Jemaine welcomed his son, Sophocles Iraia in October 2008.
The life of a 2 week old baby: boob, snooze, sh*t, and repeat...indefinitely, till mum begins to lose mind...and repeat...
The award-winning actor is set to play the lead role in Kusturica’s new movie, about 19th century Mexican revolutionary Pancho Villa.
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-Joke about NBC
-Tells story of how someone tried to break into his house
-Talks about the police
-Talks about going home to Kansas
Though he has the perfect name for the job, Webb has no prior superhero experience. Then again, neither did Sam Raimi. And Chris Nolan was the director of Memento when he signed on for Batman Begins. Webb is also a newbie if Sony greenlights 3-D. But among directors, almost all would be.
What has Sony execs excited is the fact that (500) Days of Summer introduced a director with a grasp of how to depict the way young people think and feel. This is critical because the Jamie Vanderbilt script covers the formative years of a high school-aged Peter Parker, and that POV is as important as the action sequences. Especially after Sony and Sam Raimi retired the original Spidey franchise because they realized the film would have been same old/same old at a huge budget. Injecting new blood with an up-and-coming director is a bold stroke. Too bad Webb’s (500) Days star Joseph Gordon-Levitt is too old to play the high school-aged wall crawler. He’d be perfect.
Zachary Quinto takes his dog Noah for a walk around his home on Wednesday afternoon (January 13) in Los Angeles.
The 32-year-old actor had some exciting news to share yesterday about the sequel to the hit movie, Star Trek. Zach tweeted, “The flag has been planted. June 29th, 2012. Sequel. Trek it out.”
ZQ also wrote a note on his blog about his Heroes co-star Jimmy Jean-Louis. He wrote, “As I’m sure a lot of you Heroes fans know - my cast mate and friend Jimmy Jean-Louis is from Haiti - and has been deeply effected by the recent tragedy that has befallen his homeland. Jimmy is an incredible spirit who tirelessly commits his energy and resources to humanitarian work in Haiti. He has changed many lives there through his deep compassion and generosity. Now he needs our help. My heart is very open to him and his entire family during this unfathomably difficult time. Please send thoughts and wishes of safety and recovery to him. To his family. And to the entire country. Also - please visit his website Hollywood Unites For Haiti.
“And donate in any way you can. It is a desperate situation in an already desperate country. Please take this time to realize how fortunate we all are - and extend in gratitude from your heart in a time of great need. Thank you everyone…”
I know we're swamped with Tonight Show stories this week but I thought this was a great editorial. It's fairly long but kind of hilarious. I thought it was worth the read to get the story on how Zucker got to where he is now. There's also a bit on his first meeting with Conan which seems painfully appropriate in retrospect.
Gerard Butler looks like his jolly self as he grabs a cup of coffee in Los Angeles on Wednesday (January 13).
The 40-year-old Scottish actor recently talked to Cosmo on what kinds of dates he likes best: “Sometimes I will tell a girl to meet me on a bridge so we can just walk. I think you learn more about a person when you’re not just sitting at dinner repeating information about yourself.”
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