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Kim Kardashian made millions off her wedding–but what about her sponsors? Forbes takes a look.
Tom Hanks seems to be learning what most celebrities intuitively understood 50 years ago: if you take any political position, even one that seems obviously correct to you and everyone you ever talk to (maybe especially that kind), you risk annoying large numbers of potential customers. So he’s backing off after slamming Mormons as “un-American.”
Threedonia links to this Sydney Morning Herald article about Hollywood’s fears of a McCain victory. It’s full of the usual stuff: Chris Rock’s ‘joke’ that black people will go on strike, Erica Jong’s prediction of a second civil war and the return of the Elder Gods, Jane Fonda crying all night, Rush Limbaugh [...]
I still don’t find him remotely funny. In fact, I find him tiresome. But his imbecilic antics with the ever more embarrassing talk show host and film critic Jonathan Ross are causing the BBC to be held to account, something that doesn’t happen anywhere near often enough:
The BBC attempted last night to draw [...]
I’m not sure Whoopi Goldberg has ever actually been a slave, but according to her, a Republican administration would present a threat of her being “returned” to slavery. If that were the secret policy of the Republican party, why didn’t they go ahead with it when they held the presidency and both houses of Congress?
The doc (by Tom Petty’s daughter) on Paris Hilton cancelled every screening but one here in Toronto so I haven’t seen it, but one reviewer who managed to score a ticket says the film “Paris, Not France” shows the renowned celubutard to be a lot brighter than people think.
Continuing my gig as a TV critic, today I look at the Lindsay Lohan-ish story of the Lifetime TV movie, “True Confessions of a Hollywood Starlet.”
Either that or the editors of the Harvard Lampoon want to get into Paris Hilton.
In a candid, “like”-filled interview, the unattached Hilary Duff confesses that “I do manipulate men when I feel like it” and says that among the most important qualities she seeks in a fella–actually, the most important quality–is that he be “in the business” so he can understand what she is going through, or at least [...]
You’d think that paying 50 large per month to some cozy little B & B calling itself a “treatment facility” would carry a guarantee, but, as Slate points out, no. Sorry, Hell-Lo, but your non-successful trips to rehab are not going to earn you any cashback. They’ll gladly take your money without making any Promises [...]« Previous Entries