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Pint-sized basketball prodigy Titus Ashby, 2, schooled some of Hollywood’s buffest hunks on the court. The 2-year-old shot to Internet fame after a video showing off his incredible b-ball skills went viral. The tiny athlete rubbed elbows with actors Bradley Cooper and Channing Tatum when he challenged them to some serious trick shots.
Internet star and talented basketball player, Titus Ashby, was so ready for his next challenge: playing one-on-one against Bradley Cooper, 38, and Channing Tatum, 33. The sports prodigy — whose viral YouTube videos have attracted over 13 million views — duked it out with Hollywood’s hottest stars in hopes of nabbeing the big win. You have to see this amazing video!
Not even Tinsel Town’s hottest actors could beat the 2-year-old basketballer at his game. The tiny YouTube star challenged Bradley and Channing to a friendly b-ball shooting drill »
- HL Intern
Ashton likes it, and he’s (reportedly) going to put a ring on it. The ‘Jobs’ star is ready to marry his former ‘That 70′s Show’ co-star Mila Kunis, but one major obstacle still stands in their way — his marriage to Demi Moore.
Ashton Kutcher, 35, will reportedly pop the question to girlfriend Mila Kunis, 29, as early as next week. Sources close to the couple tell the UK’s Daily Mail that the Two and Half Men star is so in love with the pint-sized actress that he’s ready to propose as soon as his divorce from Demi Moore, 50, is finalized. Should we expect a big announcement next week? We sure hope so!
Jackie and Kelso forever! Ashton is head-over-heals in love with his sexy girlfriend Mila, and after a solid 15 years of friendship, he’s reportedly ready to take their year-and-half »
- HL Intern
Speaking on the occasion, the 39-year-old actor claimed that he was overwhelmed by the response the movie has received.
"I am very happy, the reactions which we have got are astounding," he said.
Khan wished Hrithik the best for his film and called him an inspiration for everyone.
"I wish him all the best;. »
- Lohit Reddy
Contrary to what you may have heard this morning, sources from within Guillermo del Toro’s production company can confirm that the director’s other-worldly and currently-in-pre-production Crimson Peak intends to still shoot under its original title; and that the production has only temporarily adapted the moniker Haunted Peak as a means of securing studio space.
This practice is not entirely unheard of in Tinsel Town. Those with protocol droid-like memory banks will recall that the infamous 1982 Yuma, Arizona Return of the Jedi shoot was veiled in secrecy as well, and was mysteriously referred to as Blue Harvest – so as to throw potential set-crashers off the scent of what was truly being shot in the middle of the scorching Arizona desert.
- Ronnie Jimenez
Cougar alert! Adrienne, 52, wasn’t shy about showing off some serious Pda with her new 24-year-old flame, Jacob, at Star magazine’s ‘Scene Stealers’ red carpet at the Roosevelt Hotel in Hollywood on Oct. 1.
Former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Adrienne Maloof was spotted in a hot and heavy make out session with her new much younger boyfriend Jacob Busch. So who is her hot new boy toy? Read on to find out more about Adrienne’s latest conquest!
Jacob Busch & Adrienne Maloof Making Out — Cougar’s Party Pda
Age is obviously just a number for Adrienne! She’s no stranger to dating outside of her age bracket, so it wasn’t much of a surprise to see her hit Tinsel Town with Jacob. Adrienne may be 28 years his senior, but the age gap doesn’t seem to be taking a toll on the relationship. Adrienne was snapped proudly planting a smooch on Jacob, »
- HL Intern
Shane Salerno, director of popular Weinstein doc "Salinger," has provided a never-before-seen letter to Variety, penned by none other than reclusive author J.D. Salinger himself. In the letter, Salinger refutes the rumor that he hated film and Hollywood. According to Salerno, Salinger has admitted he was in correspondence with a number of producers during the high point of his career. He also claims he had interest in adapting a few of his short stories for the screen. This isn't to say that Salinger had a smooth relationship with Tinsel Town. In 1949, Samuel Goldwyn adapted Salinger's New Yorker story "Uncle Wiggily in Connecticut." Most of Salinger's input was cut from the final film, which received disastrous reviews. So when he published "Catcher in the Rye" two years later in 1951, the legend goes, Salinger was so scarred by his initial bad experience that he wouldn't even pick up the phone, »
- Beth Hanna
Sandra Bullock's No. 1 fan, her 3-year-old son Louis, lent his support to his famous mama today (and looked adorable while doing so!). The Oscar winning actress was honored at Hollywood's Tcl Chinese Theatre Wednesday with her very own hand and footprint ceremony, formally cementing her status as one of today's top stars in Tinsel Town. Bullock looked beautiful in a purple and green printed dress as she firmly placed her hands in the cement while inadvertently showing off her supertoned arms (seriously, girls got guns!), as she flashed a giant smile at the camera. The brunette beauty wore her long locks down in a sleek and straight style and kept her jewelry minimal for the appearance. Her main »
Ever wonder exactly how much money your favorite stars are raking in? Well, your burning inquiry has been answered by The Hollywood Reporter, as the mag just released the salaries of 23 of your favorite A-list stars. Unsurprisingly, all of the celebs listed are sitting pretty. According to THR, Angelina Jolie, who won her first Academy Award 14 years ago for her role in Girl, Interrupted and whose star power only seems to rise, will make an estimated $20 million if she stars in Salt 2, cementing her status as one of the top-earners in Tinsel Town. But not far behind is Angie's partner Brad Pitt, who, according to the mag, recently signed a $3 million deal with Cadillac to advertise in China only in »
In addition to seeking 41 producers to help finance the film’s reported $30 million budget, the bold auteur also faced the challenge of receiving Tinsel Town’s support.
“I can’t call the race card, necessarily. I think it’s about a drama,” Daniels admitted during a recent appearance on HuffPost Live. “So dramas don’t do well in theory. Most of the studios had issues with the budget and the fact that it was a drama. But I think that it is a black drama made it even more difficult. But we got it made.”
Aside from overcoming the Hollywood machine, the 53-year-old also had to appease his mother, who requested the filmmaker direct a film similar to media titan, Tyler Perry.
“I make provocative films. And so my mother was like, »
- Brennan Williams
Mumbai, Aug 15: Different people interpret Independence Day differently. For Boman Irani, it's a time to remember our martyrs, while writer-lyricist Javed Akhtar wants fellow citizens to follow the path of unity.
Boman Irani: Rather than wishing each other, we should remember the ones who gave us freedom. Work towards an India that future generations remember you too.
- Diksha Singh
New Delhi, August 7 (Ani) Many Tinsel town celebs took to the runway on the 3rd day of Indian International Jewellery Week, (Iijw) in Mumbai.
Sen said that she was given a beautiful opportunity to be part of the show.
"I get to dress from head to toe as Indian, but Indian with a twist. I think it's beautiful that I got a chance to wear such amazing jewellery once again because as you know I am famous for my diamonds," she said. (Ani) »
- Abhijeet Sen
Some of the finest ever Hollywood filmmakers have hailed from Europe, with the likes of Billy Wilder and Ernst Lubitsch, to name just two, managing to bring their cultural sensibilities and ingenuity to Tinsel Town, embracing the Hollywood romanticism yet always remaining faithful to their roots. Another filmmaker hoping to join that exclusive list is Laurent Cantet, with his debut English speaking picture Foxfire – his first directorial outing since the Palme d’Or winning The Class. No pressure, eh?
Set in 1950s upstate New York, Foxfire is an adaptation of the renowned Joyce Carol Oates novel, a novel that has already been interpreted on screen, in the 1996 attempt starring Angelina Jolie in the lead role of Legs. In this instance, such a role is taken by Raven Adamson, playing the ringleader in a compulsive and anarchist group of young girls, forming a gang called Foxfire and rebelling against an ultimately sexist society. »
- Stefan Pape
Tinsel town has witnessed a number of love stories. Some are quite predictable and some are perfect from some Bollywood movie plot. Aditya Chopra and Rani Mukherji have never opened up about their relationship, but their closeness to each other is quite well known. Their supposed marriage plans have been the talk of the town. It is rumored that by next year Aditya and Rani will tie the knot. “I think Adi will have a quite marriage, if at all he decides to walk down the aisle with his long time girl friend, Rani Mukherji.” said a relative of Aditya Chopra. Aditya has known Rani for more than 10 years. Initially their association was str »
When it comes to Hollywood people on Twitter, there are basically four different types:
1. Those who just think they're way too cool for tweet school before setting virtual foot onto the platform in the first place (here you have your Megan Fox-style fails);
2. The ones that are obviously controlled by some P.R. lackey receiving triple-filtered fluff to post (lookin' at the noob, Liam Hemsworth);
3. Those other guys who totally should have had someone buffering their tweets and/or should altogether just avoid typing while under the influence of alcohol, anger or any other inhibition-lowering stimuli (most recently, Alec Baldwin);
4. And, mercifully, the select few elite who actually give a hoot and have bothered to figure out what in H is going on with the social networking game. There are many different subsets of Type 4, but they all share one thing in common, and it's very simple: Personality. »
- Amanda Bell
Don’t you just hate it when your favourite movie franchise gets killed off by a terrible – nay, awful – instalment? You often wonder how it’s even possible to make such a bad movie when the one, two or more movies that came before were so good. Why didn’t the director just follow the same tried and tested formula that made the prequels so successful or cool?
This isn’t a trend that is exclusive to Hollywood either as books, TV shows and video games all have the same propensity to be ruined by piss poor sequel treatment but nowhere is it more prevalent than in good old Tinsel Town. In honour of these atrocious franchise killers we’ve taken a look back at 10 of the worst offenders and see why they went so wrong and what could have been done to make them better – aka less crap.
- Matt Aspin
So, it's finally happening! Tim Burton actually will be directing Fox's adaptation of Ransom Riggs' mysterious and exciting "Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children" after all! Not only that, but the studio's also now set a firm release date for the movie. The big news came last night by way of The Hollywood Reporter, which revealed that Riggs' creepy story'll come to the big screen by way of, arguably, Tinsel Town's most suitable director for the gig on July 31, 2015. See also: 25 titles Ya book-to-film fans need to read now Those familiar with Burton's cinematic work will know exactly why it is that he's a top-notch choice for the "Peregrine's" adaptation, and Ransom Riggs himself seems to agree! (He'd reacted to the initial attachment of Burton and screenwriter Jane Goldman back in 2012 on blog, writing "a lot of people ask me if I am bothered by other people writing »
School is officially out for the summer, which means that it’s time for one thing: Family vacations! Of course there are many kid-friendly destinations out there, but Disney World (or Land) obviously trumps them all. Who among us hasn’t traveled a zillion hours to ride Space Mountain (or, for the mild-mannered, It’s A Small World), catch some parades, and, purchase some Mickey Mouse ears for cute-yet-awkward family portraits?
Even celebs aren’t immune to the epic theme park’s charms…or the ears. From Rihanna to Tyra, and even Katy Perry, some of the biggest stars and loveliest ladies (and gents) in Tinsel Town paid a visit to the House of Mouse, and a few even got a photo op with Minnie herself. Head to the gallery above and check out 15 hotties (well, 14 plus Cheech Marin) who really do believe that Disney is the happiest place on Earth. »
- Jordan Runtagh
They say Hollyweirdos shouldn't s**t on their past work, because of that whole goes-around-comes-around thing, but man oh man is it hilarious when they do.
Seth Rogen, for one, laid a hot one on not one but two of his recent movies, and as if that weren't enough the furry funnyman even went on to fire away at a few other peoples' stuff too.
Appearing on the Doug Benson's Podcast "Doug Loves Movies" in support of his apocalyptic side-stitcher "This is the End," Rogen candidly addressed the small matter of his box office crash and burn "The Green Hornet" and his mother-son roadie flick "The Guilt Trip."
Needless to say, he wasn't exactly pouting about those empty spaces on his Oscar shelf with regard to those two stinkers.
"We shouldn't make expensive movies where we can’t make like a million d**k jokes, that’s what we've learned over the years, »
- Amanda Bell
Well, well, well ... Look who's just stepped in to lead up "Guardians of the Galaxy."
None other than Benicio Del Toro himself, a guy whose very face puts him at the tippy top of any cool guy list, has now signed on for Marvel's next franchise-starter.
Per Deadline, Del Toro joins the already talent-heavy pic for a secret-but-said-to-be-sequel-worthy role in the studio's hopeful Next Big Thing in comic adapt-age.
So ... Could that be a raccoon we smell cookin' up here?
Director James Gunn has made it clear how important Rocket Raccoon truly is to his "Guardians" movie's success. "[I]t's really, really important to me that Rocket Raccoon, who is the heart of the movie, is not a cartoon character ... It's not Bugs Bunny in the middle of 'The Avengers' - it's a real, little, somewhat mangled beast that's alone," he told Vulture in April.
Also, given just how much of gun-slinging bad*** the character is, »
- Amanda Bell
Hollywood types are almost never known for being 100% above the line, but there's one guy who's managed to navigate show business for more than 30 years without turning himself into rag mag material, stinting it at Betty Ford or joining the celeb mug shot brigade: Tom Hanks.
So, it's hardly any surprise that Reader's Digest has now pegged him as America's poster child for trustworthiness.
Somehow, Tom Hanks has managed to live a rather ordinary (albeit still pretty glam) life while doubling as so many others over the past three decades. In fact, he and wife Rita Wilson just celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary. That's like a century and a half in Tinsel Town years.
Do we smell a political transition brewing with this news? Hanks has had a lot of experience playing the game on-screen. We'll see!
- Amanda Bell
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