Sandra Bullock says she’s not perfect, Frankie Muniz has a health scare, and James Franco opens up about his role in a film written by Sylvester Stallone.
- After recently hurling homophobic slurs at a photographer, Alec Baldwin has been ousted from MSNBC. The actor’s show, Up Late With Alec Baldwin, was briefly suspended following the incident, but has now been cancelled. [TMZ]
- Sandra Bullock may appear flawless to us, but the actress admitted that she does indeed have shortcomings — because she’s constantly criticizing herself. [E!]
- Nearly a year after suffering a “mini-stroke,” Frankie Muniz tweeted that he came down with the affliction once more. Thankfully, it appears the Malcolm In The Middle star is recovering. [People]
- With his role as a villain in Homefront, James Franco says he wanted to make his character more well-rounded. But he had to answer to Sylvester Stallone, who wrote the script. [MTV News]
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