Entertainment

Hugh Jackman Says Wolverine Recasting Is ‘Inevitable’

Hugh Jackman is no stranger to the ways of Hollywood. After his 14-year tenure as Wolverine, he’s said that someone else playing the character is inevitable. While on the set of “X-Men: Days of Future Past,” the actor told IGN, “Look, that’s inevitable, man. Anyone who thinks they’re indispensable in this business is fooling themselves. But I feel unbelievably blessed to have this part.” Jackman has played the ageless mutant seven times. “Every day I walk on the set with the claws and the hair, I thank my lucky stars. I don’t take any of it for granted,” he said.…
Read More »
Entertainment

Ellen DeGeneres Gives Oscars Pizza Delivery Man $1,000 Tip

They say good things come to those who wait, and that couldn't be more true for Edgar Martirosyan, the unsuspecting pizza delivery man who made his national television debut on Sunday, March 2, delivering three Big Mama's & Papa's pies to the star-studded audience at the 86th annual Academy Awards. Immediately after his delivery there were reports that Martirosyan left empty-handed, but his patience was rewarded with a whopping $1,000 tip when he appeared on "The Ellen Show" on Monday. DeGeneres revealed that she used Pharrell's hat to collect $600 from the audience, and topped it off with $400 of…
Read More »
Entertainment

Marilyn Monroe’s Alleged Kennedy Sex Tape Saved From Auction

Marilyn Monroe just got really, really close to being very, very exposed … allegedly. Former bodyguard and active memorabilia collector William Castleberry claims that he has the only copy of an 8mm reel featuring a sexual encounter between Marilyn Monroe, John F. Kennedy and Robert F. Kennedy. Of course, no one else has been witness to said tape, so you'll just have to take Castleberry's word for it. Castleberry claims he's kept the footage private out of respect for his good friend, Monroe's ex-husband Joe DiMaggio. Recently, his ownership of the film was threatened as it was among the items…
Read More »
Entertainment

The ‘Captain America’ star will trade his shield for a movie camera as he plans to try his hand at directing.

Chris Evans: 'I'll take a little break from acting' after fulfilling Marvel contract Actor Chris Evans told Glamour UK that he plans to take a break from acting after his contract with Marvel is up. Savor Chris Evans on screen while you can. The "Captain America" star is planning a hiatus from acting once he's done filming his adventures about the patriotic superhero, the 32-year-old hunk told Glamour UK magazine. The 'Captain America' star plans to focus more time on directing. "I think when I'm done with this Marvel contract, I'll take a little break from acting," Evans said. "With…
Read More »
Entertainment

The name of Shakira is prohibit in Mexico

The name of the Colombian singer Shakira has been banned in the state of Sonora, Mexico so that no child shall be registered under this name. According to various international media reported as Antena 3 in Spain, the new law on civil registry in that state prohibits the newborn are registered with the name. According to the law, it is trying to prevent children from becoming victims of harassment carrying names of well-known personalities. Other names that have been banned in this location are: Wisin y Yandel, Facebook, Rambo, Jesus Christ and Madonna, among others.
Read More »
Entertainment

Joan Rivers returns to ‘Tonight Show’ after decades-long ban by Johnny Carson

The comedienne’s Monday night appearance marked exactly 49 years to the day since she first appeared on Johnny Carson’s ‘Tonight Show’ in 1965. Joan Rivers made a quick cameo on Jimmy Fallon's "Tonight Show" on Monday, in a parade of the new host's celebrity friends. But Rivers' seconds-long appearance during Fallon's opening skit also marked the first time the comedienne had been on the "Tonight Show" in nearly 30 years. Rivers, 80, was reportedly banned from "Tonight" by longtime host Johnny Carson in 1986, after she abandoned her position as permanent guest host of his NBC show to lead a…
Read More »
Entertainment

The Real Story Behind The ‘Monuments Men’ Goes Far Deeper Than The Blockbuster Movie

When you think "Monuments Men," we wouldn't be surprised if the first thing that comes to mind is George Clooney looking predictably suave in a military uniform. Although the upcoming blockbuster movie is filled with the usual twists and turns of such a cinematic dramatization, the true story of the Monuments Men -- the soldiers who risked their lives to save the artworks that founded Western civilization -- is far more complex. During World War II, a key group of officers from 13 different nations joined together to serve in the Monuments, Fine Arts, and Archives program, devoted to retrieving…
Read More »
Entertainment

Tribute to Rita Moreno at the Fortaleza

The Puerto Rican actress and singer Rita Moreno was honored today by the First Lady Wilma Pastrana Jimenez, who acknowledged her long career in the entertainment world. The artist, whose real name is Rosa Dolores Alverio, was received in La Fortaleza, where Governor Alejandro García Padilla, and some well-known personalities were there to recognize Rita Moreno for her contribution to the cultural activities of the country. "The great things are achieved with great effort and toughness. These are the same values that our Puerto Rico needs to embrace to overcome great obstacles and challenges which we live. Rita is a…
Read More »
Entertainment

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie a fiery love story

Although we are in the era of modernity, there are still couples who have an old-fashioned romance, full of detail, passion and selfless love. Such is the case of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, the most sensational Hollywood couple. The union of these two stars is better known as Bangelina, by the union of their names, is a great example of that love can be when it reaches forever. Speaking of Brad and Angelina is synonymous with family, altruism and many, many children, because after a little over 9 years of relationship the duo has become the hottest, loving couple…
Read More »
Entertainment

Less Redemption, More Tears

The existential battle that rages through “RoboCop,” a nicely cast, respectable remake of the wittily corrosive 1987 Paul Verhoeven film, is less the struggle between man and machine than between the original’s pop nihilism and the bottom-line commercialism driving this new vehicle. Once again, an ordinary man, a Detroit cop, Alex Murphy (Joel Kinnaman), is transformed by corporate interests into a cyborg after being critically wounded in the line of duty. And, as before, the reanimated creature walks and talks like a latter-day Frankenstein’s monster, his recognizably human parts encased in an artificial carapace, although this version also mixes in…
Read More »