It’s that time of year for the annual Forbes under 30 money earners!
Oz: The Great and Powerful takes place before The Wizard of Oz. The film doesn’t come out until next spring, but director Sam Raimi dropped the first teaser at Comic-Con today. James Franco plays Oz, a half-cocked magician in Kansas finding his way to the Emerald City.
It looks Amazing. Keeping that “Oz” feel, the movie goes from black and white into color.
And you thought your number was high.
Check out how many women Mick Jagger has slept with.
WOAH. Looks like somebody’s been busy..
Country singer Luke Bryan admitted that he was reading from his hand and his watch while performing the National Anthem at the MLB All-Star game yesterday. He got a little flack from his actions, so Luke took to twitter to explain the whole thing. It was not intended to be disrespectful.
Bryan wrote, “I did check my watch because I knew the stealth bomber would fly over 2 minutes in and I knew a [sic] started a little late.”
As for reading the National Anthem off his hand, Bryan says, “I had a few keys words written down to insure myself that I wouldn’t mess up. I just wanted to do my best. I promise it was from the heart. If I offended anyone with my approach I sincerely apologize. Anytime I sing the anthem it is an honor and my heart beats out of my chest.”
I totally side with Luke Bryan here. I mean, really America? Would you rather have some celebrity artist butcher our nation’s sacred song OR write down a few world’s to help him out because it’s our nation’s sacred song. Damned if you do, damned if you don’t. Lay off people!
Have you ever written down something on your hand to insure you would remember it!?
Rumor has it this could be our entrance song next year..
What do you think?!
“American Idol” executive producer, Nigel Lythgoe, told TMZ that he would “LOVE” for Charlie Sheen to judge Season 12 — alongside elderly comic legend Jerry Lewis — should current judges Jennifer Lopez, Steven Tyler and Randy Jackson leave two or more vacancies.
“Nigel would not say if he was joking,” TMZ reported, “but he repeated his wish list several times during the conversation.”
TMZ even elicited a response from Sheen to the “offer”: “If the numbers move the needle AND ‘Idol’ matches 20 percent of my weekly salary for Autism Speaks, JDRF, and the Boys and Girls Club … then the hell with it.” (Translation: Sure, if they pay me enough and support my charities.)
Sheen also said that FX — which airs his new sitcom, “Anger Management” — would have to approve. If so, Sheen concluded: “As we say, pour the smoke.” (Actually, only YOU say that, Charlie.)
Where to even begin on this one? First of all, why would a music show aimed at teenagers hire one guy known primarily to their parents and another to their grandparents — neither of whom possesses the slightest relation to the music business?
The real answer is that they wouldn’t, and that Lythgoe probably just wanted to generate some controversial headlines for himself. While appearing yesterday on “Showbiz Tonight,” he repeated his wacky wish list, but admitted, “I’m not sure how far I’ll get with that, but I think that would be fun!”
From MSN Entertainment
I would honestly watch just to see the disaster unfold!
Talk about a joke that bombed.
Comedian Daniel Tosh has apologized after a Friday stand-up show in Los Angeles prompted one audience member to express public outrage over a joke he made about gang rape.
“All the out-of-context misquotes aside, I’d like to sincerely apologize,” Tosh, 37, tweeted Tuesday, along with a link to the Tumblr post made by the female attendee at the Laugh Factory show. “The point I was making before I was heckled is there are awful things in the world but you can still make jokes about them.”
According to the audience member, “Tosh [started] making some very generalizing, declarative statements about rape jokes always being funny, how can a rape joke not be funny, rape is hilarious.”
Feeling “provoked,” the woman stood up to Tosh and reportedly yelled, “Actually, rape jokes are never funny!”
Then, the woman says, Tosh heckled her right back. “After I called out to him, Tosh paused for a moment. Then, he says, ‘Wouldn’t it be funny if that girl got raped by like, 5 guys right now? Like right now? What if a bunch of guys just raped her…’” she recounted on her blog, adding that she immediately sought out the club’s manager, who did not refund her money, but instead offered free tickets for another show.
“I should probably add that having to basically flee while Tosh was enthusing about how hilarious it would be if I was gang-raped in that small, claustrophobic room was pretty viscerally terrifying and threatening all the same, even if the actual scenario was unlikely to take place,” the blogger wrote. “The suggestion of it is violent enough and was meant to put me in my place.”
From US Weekly
are there some things that just SHOULDN’T be made into jokes? I personally HATE 9/11 jokes. Those will NEVER be okay with me.
Even though Miley Cyrus keeps doing trashy things.. I still love her.
Here’s some pics of her new forearm tat.
Is it a rose, a bird, a dolphin? Nope. A quote from Teddy Roosevelt.
The text, tattooed on her left forearm, reads, “So that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who knew neither victory nor defeat.”
In his famous early 20th century speech, Roosevelt urged listeners to live life to the fullest. “It is not the critic who counts: not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles or where the doer of deeds could have done better,” he said. “The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood . . . who, at the best, knows . . . the triumph of high achievement, and who, at the worst, if he fails, at least he fails while daring greatly, so that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who knew neither victory nor defeat.”
I’d bet my life she couldn’t even tell you when Roosevelt was in office.. dumb.
Here are the new promo pics of Anne Hathaway as Catwoman for “The Dark Knight Rises.”
Try not to drool all over yourselves ya nerds!
She looks awesome, but I’m still a Halle Berry fan. What about you!?
Because a meme just isn’t a meme until it’s spoofed by Sesame Street.
If you loved “Elmo and I Know It,” prepare for Cookie Monster’s rendition of Carly Rae’s “Call Me Maybe.”
I am happy to present to you, “Share it Maybe.”