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The game publisher behind Grand Theft Auto V is conceding nothing to Lindsay Lohan in her publicity rights lawsuit claiming it appropriated her image and persona. Instead, Take-Two Interactive claims in a new motion to dismiss that her amended complaint "suffers from even greater defects than the first one." Lohan has a record of pressing publicity rights claims, including suing E-Trade for a commercial featuring a "milkaholic" baby named Lindsay, and rapper Pitbull for the line “I'm tip-toein', to keep flowin', I got it locked up, like Lindsay Lohan." The actress sued Take-Two and
- Austin Siegemund-Broka
Jose here. Earlier this year I reported back from the Kit Kat Club to share my impressions about Michelle Williams’ performance as Sally Bowles in the Roundabout Theatre production of Cabaret. Last night I went back to see what Emma Stone (Spirit-Nominated this morning) brought to the part...
Halfway through the first act of Cabaret, Sally Bowles realizes that life with her naive, new lover Cliff (Bill Heck) might be exactly what she needs. She sits with Cliff on a chaise lounge and for a moment she sees herself living the life of a wife and mother, satisfied with keeping home and raising her child. Suddenly, the Emcee interrupts this precious moment by bringing a microphone, its allure too powerful for Sally to resist, and drawn towards it as if under a spell, she performs “Maybe This Time”.
Onstage, the heartbreaking irony of this moment (Sally selling her soul to showbiz, »
Ten years after Mean Girls first debuted in theaters, Danny Franzese is stealing the spotlight from his former co-stars. The 36-year-old actor -- next seen on season two of HBO’s Looking -- is winning the internet over with his hilarious parodies of pop music’s biggest hits.
News: Where the Mean Girls Cast Say Their Characters Are 10 Years Later
His latest offering is the deliciously funny version of the Taylor Swift chart-topper, “Shake It Off.” Dubbed “Shake and Bake,” Franzese and YouTube star Adrian Anchondo serve up a timely, Thanksgiving Day-themed video about cooking, feasting, and Kim Kardashian’s full frontal pics (probably something every family is sure to discuss this year).
For those paying close attention may notice a cameo appearance by British actor Russell Tovey, who also stars on the HBO series about three gay men navigating love and lust in San Francisco. (Looking returns on Sunday, Jan. 11 at »
Lindsay Lohan has a new player to add to her Parent Trap mix, after her father Michael Lohan recently became a married man again. The actress, 28, found herself a new stepmother in Michael's second wife, Kate Major. Major, 32, married Michael, 54, in Florida in October. "Yes, I can happily confirm that Michael and I were married last month," the bride tells Us Weekly. The pair first got engaged in April 2010, before splitting and later reconciling after Michael did a stint on Celebrity Rehab with [...] »
Michael Lohan has finally made an honest woman out of Gf Kate Major ... but no one alerted his kids.Lindsay Lohan's old man got hitched Oct. 30th in a private ceremony at Hillsboro Beach in Florida. It was so private neither Lindsay nor Mike Jr. were invited ... or even told.Here's the thing. When Lindsay finally did find out ... she didn't care.We're told Michael's motivation was his soon-to-be-born child. This is #2 for Michael and Kate. »
- TMZ Staff
For a performer whose career was so short-lived, Janis Joplin has been hugely influential and such a largely contentious figure in the world of music. We’ve recently gotten a Jimi Hendrix biopic, along with music stories about everyone from the short lived (Ian Curtis, Jim Morrison, John Lennon) to the long-living legends (Johnny Cash, Ray Charles), so it makes sense that a Joplin biopic is long past due.
Late last week, Deadline was breaking news that Jean-Marc Vallee had signed on to direct Get it While You Can, the working title for a Janis Joplin film with Amy Adams attached to star and sing in the film. This would be Vallee’s fourth film following Dallas Buyers Club, the upcoming Wild, and the just-wrapped Demolition.
Adams is terrific casting, and Vallee is promising, but we’ve been down this road before, and a new director attached is no closer »
- Brian Welk
Lorde is open-minded when it comes to her circle of friends. In other words, the 18-year-old singer can be BFFs with Taylor Swift, but she's also not averse to some good-natured Twitter chat with someone at the complete opposite end of the spectrum, porn star James Deen! It first happened over the weekend that the adult film actor, 28, tweeted how he'd "recently started listening to lorde...," calling the native New Zealander "f--king awesome." Lorde tweeted James back the very next day with two emoji hearts, writing, "and vice versa...adored wells tower's gq profile a couple years back." (Fyi, it's a good read.) James, who co-starred with Lindsay Lohan in »
A nude bodysuit, rose-colored latex and voluminous velvet -- the stars are rocking all the wrong trends this week! Lindsay Lohan raised some eyebrows at the Charlotte Tilbury Backstage Beauty Booth launch in London on Wednesday, when she stepped out in a nude Wolford bodysuit that exposed her light-colored bra underneath.The actress paired the cleavage-baring top with a bold Miu Miu skirt, brown oxford heels and shiny skin tone tights. We're still scratching our heads about this odd outfit -- it's just all wrong. If you thought Kim Kardashian would play it safe for her first public appearance since she "broke the Internet" with her nude Paper pics -- you're wrong!The reality star flaunted her curves yet again in a plunging, rose-hued Atsuko Kudo top and matching pencil skit for her fragrance launch in Australia. She's already getting enough attention, does she really need to wear latex?! And »
- tooFab Staff
Taylor Swift doesn't believe in "happily ever after" - Us Weekly 7 iconic scenes to remember Mike Nichols's legacy - HuffPost Celebrity The hidden meaning behind Beyoncé's new single - Lainey Gossip Find out which Food Network star is facing nasty rumors - Dlisted Get to know country music's biggest Lgbt allies - Et The Giver's star is about to join a wildly popular franchise - JustJared Which supermodel sported serious cleavage this week? - Hollywood Tuna Wait a second . . . Zac Efron said What?! - Pink Is the New Blog Find out why Lindsay Lohan thinks she's poised for a comeback - The Superficial Here's who's replacing Joan Rivers on Fashion Police - PopBytes »
Even as video games add more nuanced and interesting female characters to their narratives, one sad fact cannot be undone: There are seriously fewer than 10 superstar female characters in classic video games. Ugh. But they are extraordinary ladies nonetheless! In this edition of The Snap, we salute the classic women of video games. Above is the shortened version of The Snap; below, check out the full version. Be sure to check out every damn episode of The Snap: Ep. #34: Here's Why the '90s Sucked Ep. #33: Why Anne Hathaway Rules Ep. #32: The Sexiest Psychos in Movie History Ep. #31: Why Horror Classics are Still Scary Ep. #30: Everything You Don't Know About Taylor Swift Ep. #29: 5 Unanswered Questions About 'Gone Girl' Ep. #28: 19 Beautiful Things That Look Like Donald Trump Ep. #27: 20 Reasons Fall is the Worst Season Ep. #26: Everything Wrong with Urban Outfitters Ep. »
- Louis Virtel
Does Not Go Quietly: Schrader’s Latest Tampered Product
Veteran film director and screenwriter Paul Schrader just can’t seem to catch a break. Much like the fate of his 2003 Exorcist prequel, his latest directorial effort, Dying of the Light has also been reedited, scored and mixed without his approval, which led to a quiet movement of protest via social media where Schrader asked audiences to avoid this studio product, which also included the support of stars Nicolas Cage and Anton Yelchin. However, it’s just the kind of publicity that would perhaps enliven interest for a film that would otherwise have flown under the radar (and one thinks Cage should have asked audiences the same request of this year’s earlier release of Left Behind, instead). Rife with a series of awkward developments and bizarrely presented characters that are grimly determined to maintain an aura of stilted seriousness that »
- Nicholas Bell
Rocking sheer clothing on the red carpet, whether by an evening gown with cutouts panels or a minidress with mesh inserts, seems to be the style norm these days. However Lindsay Lohan's take on the trend one-upped even the barest dresses of them all. Taking a break from her stage play, Speed-the-Plow, to attend the Charlotte Tilbury Backstage Beauty Booth launch in London on Wednesday, Nov. 19, Lohan, 28, wore a nude bodysuit by Wolford that exposed her light-colored Fortnight bra underneath. She teamed the cleavage-baring top with [...] »
By now we all know that Lifetime’s Aaliyah movie was an atrocity. The network has a long history of going for camp — choosing true Hollywood stories that are famous for their salacious details. Sometimes they hit (see: Joan Allen‘s Emmy nomination for 2009′s Georgia O’Keeffe), but most of the time it’s a big mess. And the casting is almost always terrible.
We love pop culture, so we took it upon ourselves to dream up some Lifetime movie subjects of our own — complete with questionable casting choices. Lindsay Lohan‘s charmed fall from grace (full of drug and shoplifting accusations, and even a dip in the lady pond) is the perfect vehicle for fellow Disney redhead Bella Thorne. Obviously Beyoncé will want to play herself in any and all future representations of her life (as well as write, direct, and produce), and who better to step into »
- Emily Exton
Andy Cohen has made an art (and a game) out of enticing some of late-night history's most eclectic guest combinations to spill the tea, and the show is celebrating those feats on Nov. 16 with Watch What Happens Live: Secrets Revealed. One of the show's biggest gossip sources has been its long-running "Plead the Fifth" segment, in which celebrities from Cher to Shaq, Lindsay Lohan to Mike Tyson are confronted with three questions that have been tailored to get lips wagging and cheeks blushing. Rules dictate the celebrity can opt out of only one question—though many stars (including Meryl Streep »
- Lanford Beard
It's always a good time to revisit our favorite children's movies, whether you're introducing your kids to them for the first time or enjoying a Disney classic yet again. If kids' movies like "Dumbo" and "The Rescuers" aren't already in your library, they're available right now to stream on Netflix, along with a lot of newer movies that will appeal to your kids (and to the kid in you).
(Availability subject to change.)
1. "Anastasia" (1997) G
2. "Antz" (1998) PG
3. "Born Free" (1966) PG
A still-moving classic about the couple who raised Elsa the Lioness, an orphaned lion cub, then »
- Sharon Knolle
Lindsay Lohan is moving back to New York City ... and she's got her sights set on a deluxe apartment in the sky.We're told Lindsay is coming back when she finishes her London run for "Speed-the-Plow" ... and she's getting a roommate -- lil' sis Ali. Her last performance is Nov. 29th.Ali and mother Dina have been scoping out places, with the help of celeb realtor Richard Nassimi ... and settled on the W Residences in the Financial District. »
- TMZ Staff
Well, I've just about had it with '90s nostalgia. We've spent too much time reflecting on the Disney princesses, catchphrases, and fashion trends of the 1990s, and it's time for a quick reminder of the decade's major shortcomings. In this episode of The Snap, we remember all the pitfalls of the '90s. And if you like that acidic trip to the past, enjoy all 33 other episodes of The Snap: Ep. #33: Why Anne Hathaway Rules Ep. #32: The Sexiest Psychos in Movie History Ep. #31: Why Horror Classics are Still Scary Ep. #30: Everything You Don't Know About Taylor Swift Ep. #29: 5 Unanswered Questions About 'Gone Girl' Ep. #28: 19 Beautiful Things That Look Like Donald Trump Ep. #27: 20 Reasons Fall is the Worst Season Ep. #26: Everything Wrong with Urban Outfitters Ep. #25: Joan Rivers' True Legacy Ep. #24: Our Unanswered 'Saved by the Bell' Questions Ep. »
- Louis Virtel
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With Aaliyah: The Princess of R&B making its debut this Saturday, we’re most struck by the resemblance between the film’s star Alexandra Shipp and the late R&B singer. The young actress has Aaliyah‘s style down, especially when she serves the singer’s tomboy-ish, hip-hop swagger. And then at other times, we’re reminded that this is a Lifetime film and there’s really no replicating Aaliyah. Overall Shipp does a better job of bringing the singer’s story to life on the small screen than other performers who came before her. Amanda Fuller was too distracted by a poor choice of wigs in The Brittany Murphy Story to accurately portray the troubled actress. When it came to Liz & Dick, there was no getting past that Lindsay Lohan was somehow just playing an older version of herself. And then there was Jewel as »
- Stacy Lambe
With Ryan Gosling's 34th birthday on Nov. 12, we're looking back on his time in the Hollywood spotlight. He's been winning hearts and weakening knees for two decades, charming fans on screen and off with his witty one-liners and swoon-worthy smirk. Back in the early '90s, he captured the crowd's attention at a talent show before bringing his smooth moves to The Mickey Mouse Club. From there, Ryan became a teen heartthrob, a romantic leading man, and a fan favorite so lovable that people actually petitioned for him to be People's 2011 Sexiest Man Alive. Most recently, Ryan became a dad. Actually, let's rephrase that - Ryan is officially a hot dad. In honor of his approaching birthday, go all the way back to Ryan's adorable days on the Disney channel to see his heartthrob evolution from adorable crooner to Hollywood's hottest Dilf. Source: Getty/Valery Hache/Afp He had the moves early on. »
In The Theory of Everything, Eddie Redmayne plays Stephen Hawking, the brilliant British cosmologist stricken with Lou Gehrig’s disease, the motor-neurone disease that robbed him of his ability to speak on his own. The film follows Hawking from his academic days at Cambridge, where he met his first wife, Jane (Felicity Jones), through his history-making research that became increasing arduous as he became a prisoner of his own body. Since the film premiered at the Toronto Film Festival in September, Redmayne—best known for the role of the dashing Marius in Les Miserables—has rightfully been one of the »
- Jeff Labrecque
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