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With people like Perez Hilton in the world, bloggers and celeb gossips seem to have taken over the Hollywood world over the last few years. But before the golden age of the World Wide Web, Celebrity rumours, conspiracies and crack pot theories seemed to be part and parcel in Hollywoodland.
The advent of the Internet has either contributed to theories; allowing all manner of life to form around the root of a conspiracy – allowing it to grow and thrive into madness. Or it opts to hinder some of the fun that surrounds them – Debunking madness and crazy ideas with a few clicks of a Google search.
Read on for 10 Unforgettable Hollywood Conspiracy Theories that borderline madness, some that display a ‘want’ rather than a ‘truth’ and the odd few that may, May just be true.
10. Munchkin Hanging In The Wizard Of Oz
As Dorothy and friends (minus a cowardly lion »
- Shaun Lappin
New York — Fiona Shaw's small Broadway dressing room had the look of a makeshift bar. There were more than a dozen bottles of wine stashed on a high shelf.
"It looks like a sort of speakeasy, doesn't it?" the actress said, looking up at the gifts left by well-wishers that were now on duty for post-show cheers. "Over many months, we hope. Not in a night."
Visitors might be handed a glass of pinot but the hostess would rather stay as sober as possible as she tackles another astonishing part in a career populated by plenty of them. This new one may even top the rest: the Virgin Mary, whose son turned water into wine.
Shaw, perhaps best known for playing Harry Potter's aunt, is re-imagining the life of the mother of Christ in Irish writer Colm Toibin's New York premiere stage adaptation of his novella "The Testament of Mary, »
Tom Selleck has said he would be onboard for another potential sequel to Three Men and a Baby. The 1987 comedy, which also starred Ted Danson and Steve Guttenberg, was followed up by 1990's Three Men and a Little Lady. CNN reports that Selleck told the hosts of The Talk that there may be some truth to the rumours that there will be a third entry in the series entitled Three Men and a Bride. He said: "I heard it was, so yes. I've talked to Ted [Danson] and I've talked to Steve Guttenberg, and we'd love to get back together (more) »
- By Paul Martinovic
Decades before Tom Selleck and his mustache were starring in the highly rated CBS cop drama Blue Bloods, back around the end of his Magnum, P.I. days, he and two other well known actors (Ted Danson and Steve Guttenberg) starred in a comedy about three bachelors who find themselves stuck taking care of a baby left by one of their girlfriends. Simply titled Three Men and a Baby, Leonard Nimoy (of Star Trek fame) directed the original 1987 comedy, which was a hit, grossing over $160 million domestically. The sequel came a few years later, but since Three Men and a Little Lady, we have yet to know what has become of the the three men or the baby/little lady. There's been talk of another sequel for years, which would focus on the three men and a bride. If Mary was a baby in 1987, that would put her in her »
Holy Guttenberg, is another Three Men and a Baby sequel going to make it to the big screen?
Tom Selleck seems up to the challenge. The Blue Bloods star told the women of The Talk Thursday that he’s definitely discussed the possibility of making Three Men and a Bride with Ted Danson and Steve Guttenberg, his co-stars from the 1987 flick that grossed more than $167 million domestically. “We’d love to get back together if they’ve got a good idea,” he said. “It seemed to be real, and then it disappeared. If they’re smart, they’ll do it. »
- Lynette Rice
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