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Schwarzenegger had just become Governor of California when he and Arnold had attended a charity function, hosted by an unknown lady.
The next day, the two pals joked about how hot the legislator was, without realizing that all calls to a Governor are taped.
True Lies co-stars and pals Tom Arnold and Arnold Schwarzenegger were made to feel like naughty schoolboys by the action man's tough wife Maria Shriver after a candid phone chat about a sexy legislator became public.
Schwarzenegger had just become Governor of California when he and Arnold attended a charity function hosted by an unnamed leading lady - and he took a call at his office from his pal the next day.
The two stars joked about how hot the legislator was - but they didn't realise all calls to the Governor are taped.
Arnold recalls, "He said, 'She's (legislator) so freakin' hot; she's, like, half black and half Latino...'
"The L.A. Times (newspaper) played it (taped call) on the TV and it made us look like buffoons."
The Governor publicly apologised and the target of their bawdy chat insisted she wasn't upset by their comments - but that didn't appease Shriver, who called Arnold to her home for a chat.
He adds, "Maria is standing above us and she's like, 'How old are you two?' She said, 'Just don't do it anymore... (and) if you've gotta do your stuff, use a cellphone. I know you guys have got to be 12 sometimes."
Arnold admits the dressing down was like a meeting with the school principal but he has an awful lot of respect for the former news anchor, who is a member of America's famous Kennedy family.
He adds, "She's a very forgiving woman... I love her, I respect her... Do not cross her." »
Tom Arnold has revealed that he tried to warn Hugh Grant of impending trouble before the Love Actually actor's 1995 arrest for lewd conduct. Arnold told WENN that he tried to convince a distraught Grant to stay in his La hotel room on the night of his June 27, 1995 arrest, but was later saddened to learn that his friend had rebuffed his advice. "I asked him if he was Ok [because] he was drinking a lot that day... He said, 'I'm gonna go upstairs to my [hotel] room, watch some lesbian porn, go to sleep'," Arnold said. "I wish he'd have done that." The former Roseanne star continued: "I landed (more) »
- By Justin Harp
ReelzChannel Celebrity Rundown
While People surmises Lindsay Lohan could be headed back to jail if the recent Betty Ford Clinic assault allegations are true, it looks like LiLo is off the hook — this time — as accuser Dawn Holland's attorney tells TMZ she will not only drop the criminal complaint, but refuse to cooperate with police.
Comic actor Tom Arnold recently spent some time with Lindsay during a stint and Betty Ford and said she's "a very good person who is a really nice gal and is doing very well." Now Arnold is giving details on Hugh Grant's 1995 oral encounter with Sunset Boulevard hooker Divine Brown, saying he knew Grant was headed for trouble that night because his behavior was so odd. "I asked him if he was Ok (because) he was drinking a lot that day... He said, 'I'm gonna go upstairs to my (hotel) room, watch some lesbian porn, »
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The Brit hit the headlines for all the wrong reasons when he picked up Divine Brown on Sunset Boulevard and was caught receiving oral sex from her.
And Arnold feared something was wrong with his friend as he jetted off to Canada the day before the infamous incident - because Grant's behaviour was odd.
He recalls, "I asked him if he was Ok (because) he was drinking a lot that day... He said, 'I'm gonna go upstairs to my (hotel) room, watch some lesbian porn, go to sleep.' I wish he'd have done that.
"I landed in Toronto to... 'Did you hear what happened to Hugh Grant?' I'm like, 'Did he die?' and she (phone caller) said, 'Worse - he was arrested with a prostitute.'
"The next call was from Hugh... I'm like, '(Was it a) man or woman?' He said, 'I can't tell. I'm looking at the TV. It's confusing!'" »
The pair was married for four years at the beginning of the 1990s and their split was anything but amicable.
For the past 15 years, Arnold and Barr have traded insults online and in the press - but there are still some comedy promoters who think the couple should reunite for a tour.
However, Arnold isn't ruling out teaming up with his ex: "Don't you think we'd be great in (film) Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf, a remake of that? Wouldn't that be awesome?
"It would be nice (to work with her)... I was a stepfather (to her kids) for five years... I wish her well and I want her to be happy."
But a cosy get together appears to be some way off - Arnold pokes fun at Barr and their time together in his upcoming U.S. TV comedy special That's My Story & I'm Sticking To It. »
When the movie True Lies was released back in 1994, it was a huge hit. The film was directed by Avatar’s James Cameron, and starred California’s soon to be former governor, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jamie Lee Curtis, Tom Arnold, and a young Eliza Dushku. True Lies was about a secret agent (Schwarzenegger) who was keeping that fact a secret from his wife (Curtis) and daughter (Dushku). From there the action began. Years after the release of this film, there was talk of a sequel. However, because of scheduling conflicts of the actors (i.e. Schwarzenegger becoming a governor), not to mention that there was no good script, hopes of a sequel were put to rest. Recently, however, according to Thearnoldfans.com , there have been rumors that True Lies will possibly be made into a television series. James Cameron, who wrote the screenplay for the film, told the web site, ”Yes, »
Actor Tom Arnold recently stepped into the boxing ring after his rabbi challenged him to a fight.
The True Lies star thought it would be fun to step into the gym, shed a few pounds and toughen up - but he admits he wasn't looking forward to getting into the ring with his spiritual adviser for the charity scuffle, dubbed the Rumble in the Temple.
He says, "It's a lose lose... You either lose to your rabbi or you beat up your rabbi."
The Jewish punch-up raised cash for a rehab centre, and Arnold was surprised so many people wanted to see someone smack him in the face.
The actor adds, "I thought maybe he gave the rabbi some kind of secret thing and they were going to lay it on me, so I didn't want to take any chances." »
That’s the going rumor from the boys at What’s Playing, who have been right on a lot of scoops lately. This latest one, though, comes from an unverified source, and so you should consider it as Rumor only. So, what’s the word? John Cena, WWE wrestler turned movie star, is being “looked at” as a possible lead in the “True Lies” TV series that is currently in development over at ABC. Based on the 1994 action movie by “Avatar’s” James Cameron, the original movie starred Arnold Schwarzenegger as a mild-mannered (or at least as mild-mannered as you can be looking like Arnold Schwarzenegger, natch) computer salesman by day and International spy of intrigue by night. Tom Arnold co-starred along with Eliza Dushku and Jamie Lee Curtis. That film was a hit for Cameron, though it’s considered one of his lesser films, which is saying lots when »
Newly retired CNN newscaster Larry King took his suspenders to The Tonight Show last night to premiere his stand-up act and reveal that he is completely erectile functional. Elsewhere, Chelsea Handler scolded P. Diddy for being late (and drunk), Conan O'Brien premiered his Christmas decorations and Tom Arnold told a story about being stabbed by Roseanne over a box of cookies. »
DVD Playhouse December 2010
America Lost And Found: The Bbs Story (Criterion) Perhaps the best DVD box set released this year, this ultimate cinefile stocking stuffer offered up by Criterion, the Rolls-Royce of home video labels, features seven seminal works from the late ‘60s-early ‘70s that were brought to life by cutting edge producers Bert Schneider, Steve Blauner and director/producer Bob Rafelson, the principals of Bbs Productions. In chronological order: Head (1968) star the Monkees, the manufactured (by Rafelson, et al), American answer to the Beatles who, like it or not, did make an impact on popular culture, particularly in this utterly surreal piece of cinematic anarchy (co-written by Jack Nicholson, who has a cameo), which was largely dismissed upon its initial release, but is now regarded as a counterculture classic. Easy Rider (1969) is arguably regarded as the seminal ‘60s picture, about two hippie drug dealers (director Dennis Hopper »
- The Hollywood Interview.com
Tom Arnold has described Lindsay Lohan as a "really nice gal". During an interview on The Howard Stern Show, the actor praised Lohan's character but refused to confirm if the pair had attended rehab at the Betty Ford Center at the same time. "Lindsay Lohan is a very good person who is a really nice gal and is doing very well," he said. "That's all I have to say about that. I can't even (more) »
- By Jennifer Still
While Arnold couldn’t confirm in an interview with Howard Stern whether or not Lohan was there, he did comment that she is “doing very well,” states UsMagazine.com. He also commented that it wouldn’t be a good idea or helpful to her if he commented on her rehab stay.
However, the actor continued to say that she is doing great and is “a really nice gal.”
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- Molly Sullivan
8:00 Skating With the Stars (new) 9:00 Mariah Carey: Merry Christmas to You 10:00 Castle (repeat) 12:05 Jimmy Kimmel Live (new, with guests Rachael Ray and Garrett Hedlund) 8:00 How I Met Your Mother (new) 8:30 Rules of Engagement (new) 9:00 Two and a Half Men (new) 9:30 Mike & Molly (new) 10:00 Hawaii Five-0 (new) 11:35 The Late Show With David Letterman (new, with guests Ricky Gervais and Diddy-Dirty Money) 12:37 The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson (new, with guest Tom Arnold) 8:00 House (repeat) 9:00 Lie to Me (repeat) 8:00 The Sing-off (new) 10:00 Chase (repeat) 11:35 The Tonight Show With Jay Leno (new, with guests Mark Wahlberg, Olivia Wilde, and Good Charlotte) 12:35 Late Night With Jimmy Fallon (new, with guests Jessica Alba and Colin Quinn) 8:00 The Vampire Diaries (repeat) 9:00 The Vampire Diaries (repeat) More TV to watch when you read more. 9:00 Intervention »
About 10 years ago I was pretty excited about actor Devon Sawa (below). With credits such as comedy horror 'Idle Hands' alongside Jessica Alba (in her underwear below you lucky dogs!), the fresh-styled slasher flick 'Final Destination' and even crudley hilarious comedy 'Slackers' under his belt things looked to be going pretty darn well for the young actor. But here we are 10 years on and not much to shout about from the Sawa camp. Until now that is. As not only has he completed work on the Joe O'Brien thriller 'Endure' alongside heavyweights such as Judd Nelson and Tom Arnold (I kid not!) but he's currently shooting on the anticipated hidden camera thriller, and Vincenzo Natali produced '388 Arletta Avenue'. And now there's news that he's on board yet another upcoming thriller (playing a cop) with Michael Clarke Duncan and Mischa Barton by the name of 'Sibling'. »
Director: Patrick Sisam
The Scoop: (2008) Remember that comedy a couple years ago starring Fallon as a guy who reunites with his ill dad (Arnold) all while dealing with a crazy mom (Stone) and perplexed girlfriend (Liu)? We’re not making this up — “The Year of Getting to Know Us” was a little festival film that slipped through the cracks but is now getting a home video release, giving us all a chance to discover it for the first time.
Special Features: Press conference
Rated R, 90 min. | Watch the trailer »
- NextMovie Staff
Jessica doesn’t want to sign a prenup with fiancé Eric — and it’s not looking good for her financial future!
Ever the hopeless romantic, Jessica Simpson, 30, is engaged again — and a new report claims Jess will Not be making fiancé Eric Johnson enter into a prenuptial agreement! We spoke to family law expert Vikki Ziegler who says “it’s ludicrous if she doesn’t execute a prenup! This is her second marriage; the divorce rate is closer to 64 percent in the second marriages.” Jessica already lost an estimated $10 million during her first divorce from Nick Lachey. She needs to learn from the past, not repeat it!
Ziegler points out, “You’re planning for a marriage and not just a wedding. That’s the focus. [Jessica and Eric] have only known each other a few months, so why the rush?”
And we agree! Here’s a list of other celebs who tried the knot Without a prenup, »
- Jessica Finn
White slave trading moves to the internet in Joe O'Brien's Endure. From the cast list, some people will recognize Judd Nelson (Netherbeast Incorporated), Tom Arnold (The Haunting of Bryan Beckett), and Clare Kramer (The Thirst). The first trailer below for Endure shows each of these actors fighting each other for the location of a kidnapped girl. Have a look at the spoilerific reel inside and look for this recently completed production to show in 2011.
A partial synopsis for Endure here:
"A young woman has been abducted, tortured and tied to a tree in the middle of an isolated swamp in central Florida. The only person who knows her location is dead. Veteran detective Emory Lane is called from the bedside of his ailing wife to the site of a gruesome traffic accident on a remote highway late at night. Discovered inside the wreckage: a photograph of a young woman »
- 28DaysLaterAnalysis@gmail.com (Michael Allen)
Other than Gemma, (Katey Sagal), no other fierce femme dominates like our Agent June Stahl (Ally Walker) who has the steely resolve to stay focused on her end game, destroying Samcro and elevating her career in the process. Even a brief sexual fling with the now deceased Deputy Hale was just a time kill, mere exercise. Our cat has moved on to a fellow FBI agent, female. Stahl's fluidity of conscience and lack of any real emotional connectivity make her Charming's number one sociopath, even trumping our crazy Tig (Kim Coates) and Darby (Mitch Pileggi) who shows glimmers of regret for his hateful ways post Cara Cara fire and Lumpy Feldstein's demise. Georgie Caruso (Tom Arnold) who »
- April MacIntyre
With his time as Governor of California drawing to a close what might the future hold for Arnold Schwarzenegger..?
From humble origins in post-war Austria, Arnold Schwarzenegger has gone on to enjoy an extraordinary career and achieved unprecedented success in three vastly different professions. Rising to the summit of the bodybuilding world with seven Mr. Olympia titles, Schwarzenegger then turned his attention to Hollywood and became the biggest action star of the 80s and 90s before focussing on his political ambitions when he announced his candidacy in the 2003 California recall election. Defeating his nearest rival by over 1 million votes, “The Governator” assumed office in November 2003 and was re-elected three years later for a second term, which is scheduled to expire in January 2011.
Barring a change to the Us Constitution it seems the end is nigh for Arnie’s political career, so what does the future hold for the Austrian Oak? »
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