10 items from 2015
"Going Clear" may have been one of the most-watched HBO documentary in years, but there's at least one person out there who didn't check out the Scientology expose: John Travolta. The actor, who has been one of the main figureheads of the religion for years, is speaking out against the documentary in a brand new interview with the Tampa Bay Times. Video: "SNL" Takes Aim at Scientology with Music Video "No, I haven't," Travolta says when asked if he watched the doc, "and I don't really care to." "I haven't experienced anything that the hearsay has (claimed), so why would I communicate something that wasn't true for me?" he added. "It wouldn't make sense, nor would it for Tom [Cruise], I imagine." He went on to say he's "been so happy" with his experience with the religion over the last 40 years -- adding that he's "been brought through storms that were »
- tooFab Staff
The Church of Scientology got shredded on "Saturday Night Live" this weekend. While one of the sketches was a music video for "Neurotology," it's pretty clear who it was really about -- as the clip mentioned billion year contracts, E-Meters and alien spirits. It was even crafted to look like the real life "We Stand Tall" video Scientology released in 1990. Danny Masterson Says Scientology Critics Can "Go F**k Themselseves" Other references to the controversial belief system included Taran Killam dressed in David Miscavige's Navy-style uniform, Bobby Moynihan as an L. Ron Hubbard type and a shot of a "Diametrics" book ... an obvious reference to "Dianetics." And then there's all the people from the video who went "missing" after speaking out against the church. Yeah, we don't think Scientology is going to like this parody too much. Video: Leah Remini Reveals Best Thing About Leaving Scientology Celebrity host Michael Keaton »
- tooFab Staff
Danny Masterson has a message for all those Scientology haters. In a new interview with Paper magazine, the "That '70s Show" star opens up about his controversial religion on the heels of the premiere of "Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief." "I heard about that documentary; the documentary where they interviewed eight people who hate Scientology. Should be pretty interesting. I wonder if Sundance would allow a documentary of, like, eight people who hate Judaism. But you know, my religion's fair game, I guess, 'cause it's new," he tells the mag. "There's basically like 200 lies in the book and so therefore he couldn't even publish that book [in Canada or the UK because the libel laws],” he adds, referring to Lawrence Wright’s book, which inspired the movie. Masterson also touches on fellow Hollywood star Paul Haggis' decision to leave the church on account of gay marriage. "Paul was just mad that, as a religion, we're »
- tooFab Staff
Tell us how you really feel! Former That ‘70s Show actor and practicing Scientologist Danny Masterson sounded off on critics of his religion in a candid (and expletive-filled) interview with Paper magazine, conducted at the Sundance Film Festival ahead of the premiere of controversial documentary Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief. Masterson, in short, told the mag that those who think his religion is “weird” can “go f--k” themselves. "I heard about that documentary; the documentary where they interviewed eight people who hate Scientology. Should [...] »
Danny Masterson tells it like it is. The former That '70s Show star opened up for the first time ever about his "religious philosophy" and life as a second-generation Scientologist during a very candid, lengthy and expletive-filled interview with Paper magazine at the Sundance Film Festival. And considering the topic and their location, it was inevitable to begin the discussion with Masteron's thoughts on the already-controversial Scientology documentary, Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief, which was about to premiere at the festival when the interview took place. "I heard about that documentary; the documentary where they interviewed eight people who hate Scientology. »
Tell us how you really feel! Former That ‘70s Show actor, and practicing Scientologist, Danny Masterson sounded off on critics of his religion in a candid (and expletive-filled) interview with Paper magazine conducted at the Sundance Film Festival ahead of the premiere of controversial documentary Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief. Masterson, in short, told the mag that those who think his religion is “weird” can “go f--k” themselves. "I heard about that documentary; the documentary where they interviewed eight people who hate Scientology. Should [...] »
The nostalgia is too real right now. Fans of That '70s Show will be giddy with excitement after learning that some of the cast reunited for one festive event last night. New parents Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis got together with Danny Masterson and a bunch of other close friends to celebrate Wilmer Valderrama's birthday at Palm Thai restaurant in Hollywood. The former co-stars and real-life buds surprised Wilmer, who turns 35 years old today (happy birthday, Wilmer!), alongside his ladylove Demi Lovato. And the best part of it all? There's video! An employee from the restaurant posted a series of videos on her Instagram account showing the fun bunch singing Wilmer "Happy »
For a few days every year, Park City, Utah, becomes the hottest ticket in Hollywood when the Sundance Film Festival comes to town. This year, stars like Nicole Kidman, Hailee Steinfeld, and Jason Sudeikis were among the thousands who trekked to the tiny town outside of Salt Lake City to promote their new films and enjoy some of the best parties of the year - and People was there to catch all the fun moments. Friday, Jan. 231:56 a.m., Tao Nightclub at Sundance: After Danny Masterson (aka DJ MomJeans) finished his set at the Skullcandy Sundance Kickoff party, he »
- Patrick Gomez, @PatrickGomezLA
The beloved comedian brings joy during a shoe challenge on the NBC show, while the “Real Housewives” stars take jabs at each other in the...
(Spoiler alert: Do not read on if you have not yet seen Monday’s episode, titled “I Wish I Had a Project Manager,” and don’t want to be spoiled.)
The former “Apprentice” champion brought her smile as contestants created a mobile market campaign to promote adviser »
- Alicia Banks
The Party Report’s early picks of the prestigious, unique and special gatherings at the festival. Look for these intimate invites in your inbox
Despite causing agita throughout the industry for threatening not to circulate his annual “Sundance Party List” for talent, publicists and media — Chris Ryan’s encyclopedic tome is forthcoming and will be likely forwarded several times by the time you’re reading this post.
This is not that list.
Instead of a comprehensive treatise, I’ve picked the intimate, special and the unique gatherings of the creative community and people who make Sundance scene special and so broadly popular, »
- Mikey Glazer
10 items from 2015
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