Lol @ Joan Chen--"No way. I can certainly play [Harry's] mother; you just have a HOT mom!"
Did anyone go see their movie premiere of White Frog's on Thursday?
After missing several dates on tour in the USA with his band-mates, Zayn Malik is firmly back in the swing of things with One Direction.
The X Factor finalists made a triumphant red carpet return as a five-piece band for the first time since Zayn, 19, arrived back in the States.
The Bradford based singer had to rush home last week following the death of his aunt but was welcomed back to the fold and continued the promotional tour with the other four members, last night, in New York.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Dick Van Dyke is a very happy newlywed at age 86, his spokesman said Friday.
Van Dyke and makeup artist Arlene Silver, 40, were married last week in a small Leap Day ceremony at a Malibu chapel near the actor's home, publicist Bob Palmer said.
"I've never seen him happier. She adds a lot to his life," he said, adding that the couple has much in common, including a love of singing.
Members of Silver's family and some of Van Dyke's close friends were on hand for the intimate wedding. Van Dyke suggested the couple may hold a bigger ceremony in the future, Palmer said.
Silver and the stage, film and TV star became friends about five years ago after meeting at the Screen Actors Guild Awards, Palmer said Friday.
Michelle Triola Marvin, Van Dyke's partner of 30 years, died in October 2009 at age 76.
Van Dyke gained fame in the musical "Bye Bye Birdie," for which he won a Tony Award in 1961, and starred in the 1963 film based on the play. His other movie credits include "Mary Poppins" and "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang."
The 1961-66 "The Dick Van Dyke Show" made him a TV star, and he's proved an enduring one: His other series include "Diagnosis Murder" (1993-2002) and made-for-TV movies such as 2008's "Murder 101: New Age."
Van Dyke, who had a longtime marriage that ended in divorce, has four children.
Harvey Weinstein and the MPAA are making nice over Bully, at least for one day.
Even as the two sides continue to battle over the ratings board's decision to give the Lee Hirsch-directed documentary an R rating, they'll come together to host a screening of the film for Washington, DC-area principals and educators and a post-screening discussion panel about the film's message and the hot national debate about peer pressure and bullying.
Participating will be MPAA Chairman Senator Chris Dodd, Weinstein, Hirsch, DC Public Schools Chancellor Kaya Henderson and Dr. Joseph Wright, Senior Vice President and head of the Child Health Advocacy Institute at Children’s National Medical Center in Washington. They'll facilitate a conversation with parents, teachers and students, who are on the frontlines of dealing with the problem every day.
The Weinstein Company purchased the film out of the Tribeca Film Festival last year, and when the MPAA announced that coarse language had led to the picture earning an R rating, Weinstein appealed. Upon losing the appeal, he's threatened to pull out of the organization, and has organized petition signature drives by students to put pressure on the MPAA.
In return, the National Association of Theater Owners has threatened to treat his future releases as NC-17 movies. In Canada, the film has been given a PG rating.
I really just want to talk about this show. I have loved the first two episodes! I really like the premise and the connections between the two cases keeps me interested (although I'm curious to see whether eventually they will do more in-depth investigations since the ones these episodes have been pretty quick and brief).
During his trip to Cali for his “Club Paradise” tour, Drake kicked it courtside at the Sacramento Kings game, where he was treated like royalty. He posed with the team’s owner Gavin Maloof and cheered on his friend DeMarcus Cousins while seated with his OVO crew at the Power Balance Pavilion. The local news even dedicated a segment to his appearance.
Another pig….and a media association has hired the pig, Louis C.K., to be their headliner for the big media dinner? Really? I am not going. I refuse to go. Everyone in the media should join me in this boycott.
The headliner of this year's Radio and Television Correspondents Dinner is "comedian" Louis C.K. Comedian? I don't think so. Pig? yes.
He uses filthy language about women…..yes, the C word…and yes, even to describe a woman candidate for Vice President of the United States. It isn't just Governor Palin he denigrates. He denigrates all women and looks to the crowd to laugh.
I refuse to show any support for this guy or for the Radio and Television Correspondents Association Dinner Committee who hired him. I think the organization that hired him is just as bad as he is. It is no secret that he denigrates women.
Here is a sample of what he said about Governor Sarah Palin and you tell me whether any member of the media should sit in the crowd while he speaks to them:
Louis C.K. says of Palin: "her f*** retard making c***" and "the baby that just came out of her f**** disgusting c***."
To Palin: just "stick your t** in its mouth and shut up."
And here is more: "…her f***** retard making c****"
Need more to convince you? Here is what he says on twitter:
"I want to rub my father's c*** all over Sarah Palin's fat t***"
By the way, there is more, lots more.
I hope all the other women and men in the media join me in not going.
I also hope everyone has the courage to stand up to this.
Mick Boogie and I honored the anniversary of his passing with a special project called Unbelievable, which was hosted by Sean "Diddy" Combs and exceded 500k downloads online.
But to pay tribute this time, I wanted to do something different. Merge music styles. Bridge audiences together in new ways.
So I proudly present to you along with the homies from Dope Couture... Lana Del Rey and Notorious Big...
Born Ready To Die.
The music from Lana's Born To Die... remixed and resampled.
The lyrics from Biggie's Ready To Die... still timeless after all these years.
It's a perfect marriage... dark and mysterious... soulful and gritty.
Lana told Vogue Magazine that Biggie was one of her biggest musical influences... and now... he is her musical collaborator.
I present to you... Born Ready To Die.