Saturday, March 5, 2011
Denise Richards doesn't want her daughters, 6-year-old Sam and 5-year-old Lola anywhere near Charlie Sheen as she's "disgusted" by his recent behavior and thinks he's just too risky to be around their daughters.
Denise believes Brooke Mueller's allegations, which stated that Charlie told everyone he "violently" hated Denise and was going to have [...]
When Bravo delayed the premiere of the fourth season of The Real Housewives of New York City from February until April, it seemed producers were concerned with early reactions to the show. However, Housewife Alex McCord tells In Touch that such rumors were "started by gossip columnists" and that the upcoming season is full of drama.
"It's not about one Greek tragedy, because I know that viewers got kind of bored with that last time," Alex told In Touch at Cat Ommanney's Inbox Full book launch party on March 3. "It's a series of explosions, one after the other."
As for the newest addition to the cast, Housewife Cindy Barshop will have a tough time replacing fan favorite Bethenny Frankel.
"She is certainly not the same as Bethenny ? neither better nor worse," she said. "Everyone brings their own thing, and she definitely brings something to the cast."
This season, Jill Zarin, Ramona Singer, LuAnn de Lesseps and Alex all return as members of the original cast, making the NYC Housewives the most consistent of all the spin-offs.
"We all go in deep with each other because we all have a history together now," Alex said. "We know where everybody's buttons are ? and I think that this is our best season yet!"
And for Lady Caca's next trick, she'll show up in Toronto looking like the outcast cholita sister of GLOW's Hollywood & Vine named Echo Park Avenue. Bitch is giving us "hooker chola wrestler" and I'm confused as to what my emotions are telling me. The half of RiRi's old bowl cut that's hanging over Caca's forehead is bringing out a certain Amy Wino-ness in her face that I've never noticed before. Again, this confuses me.
But the only thing I do know for sure is if that Caca wants to earn the chola name of "La Tuck Girl," she's going to have to be jumped in. Chola glamour don't come free. So cholas of L.A., Vaseline up your face, stick those razors in your hair, cue the Debbie Deb and do this!
This is so precious we can't handle it!
Taking advantage of the warmer weather Alyson Hannigan took her little girl Satyana Marie out for her first driving lesson yesterday. Unfortunately, it seems that she hasn't quite gotten a handle on steering just yet! Ha!
Would you just look at that face! There aren't enough words to describe [...]
Edward Cullen, Team Charlie? Robert Pattinson admits to a certain admiration for the ?little escapades? of Charlie Sheen.
?I like crazy people who don't give a f***,? Robert tells the April issue of Vanity Fair.
Perhaps the Twilight star?s affection for Sheen?s outrageous antics stem from living in a bubble himself.
?I've just kinda stopped doing everything,? confesses the 24-year-old actor, up next in Water For Elephants. ?I never change the channel in my trailer. I just watch reruns of Tyler Perry?s House of Payne and Two and a Half Men. I love Cops ? I think it's my favorite TV show. God, I sound like such a loser!?
Friday, March 4, 2011
Unicorn cameos in 'Born This Way' and 'Blow' videos is 'just weird coincidence,' Chris Marrs Piliero tells MTV News.
By Jocelyn Vena
The brand-new videos for Ke$ha's "Blow" and Lady Gaga's "Born This Way" couldn't be more different. But fans on the Web have been comparing the clips, thanks to a special cameo the two videos have in common. With unicorns appearing in both "Blow" and "BTW," some Gaga fans are accusing the K-Dollar of stealing from their Mother Monster.
But MTV News spoke to "Blow" director Chris Marrs Piliero, who explained that it's pure coincidence his video and the Nick Knight-directed video both feature unicorns.
"It's very odd. It's one of those weird things, and I think a lot of people on the Internet don't grasp the sense of time [that goes into making videos]. Some Gaga fans, they don't realize that just because it was announced there might be a unicorn [in Gaga's video], it's like, we didn't film the video after that announcement," he said.
"It's like [the movies] 'Dante's Peak' and 'Volcano' and then there was 'Armageddon' and 'Deep Impact.' I don't know, I know when things like that happen when I was a part of the audience, I was like, 'That's weird and fishy,' but now being on the other side, it's just weird coincidences," he explained. "What are the odds of that?"
In fact, Piliero had a gut feeling that he should use unicorns many, many moons ago and he thought Ke$ha was the right artist to join with the mythological creatures onscreen.
"Ke$ha was looking to make kind of something different, a video that was cool and random, and I had this idea running in my head with just the idea of unicorns," he recalled. "If I massacred unicorns, they could bleed rainbows. I'm a fan of violence and I'm always trying to find a way to make it OK."
The rainbow-spewing unicorns weren't the only cameo that Piliero hoped to nab. He also wanted "Dawson's Creek" star James Van Der Beek to appear in the clip. "He's such an awesome guy. He was down for it," he said. "He had seen the Black Keys video [I shot] and he was stoked on the idea. It was so much fun. He and Ke$ha kind of went for all the craziness. I think he has a fantastic comic side. He's good at being naturally funny. It's about the delivery."
Ke$ha, of course, was onboard for all the zaniness. "Before we started filming, we had quite a few talks. She was adamant you can't back away from the crazy; everything about the idea she loved and she enforced the fact that she wanted to embrace every aspect of it and really go for it," he recalled. "On set, she was having fun. She was like, 'I want to lick a unicorn.' It was rad working with her because there definitely wasn't a sense of her feeling awkward about stuff or detached; no ego. It felt like we had worked together before."
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Keeping up on his physical fitness, Jake Gyllenhaal was spotted out for a jog in Los Angeles, CA on Friday (March 4).
The ?Love & Other Drugs? stud donned a bright neon yellow jacket as he and his German Shepard pal began their run in the warm Cali sun.
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Wow! Does't RPatz look SO GOOD??
This movie is looking better and better! We're excited to see Christoph Waltz and Reese Witherspoon too!!
Comes out April 22!
Thoughts on the new trailer??
Aretha, still as sassy as ever, IMMEDIATELY rejects Wendy Williams' suggestion for Queen Latifah to play her in an big screen adaptation of her life.
She gives no explanation why, but it sounds like she feels pret-ty strongly [...]
We're not sure we can tell!
After ABC's telecast of Sunday's Academy Awards cut away from presenters Javier Bardem and Josh Brolin sharing an impromptu on-stage kiss and dance number, the network has received criticism once again claiming that they did this deliberately to avoid airing a same-sex lip lock!
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