Were these celebrities reincarnated from folks of the past? The photographic evidence sure does suggest so. Read more…
These nostalgic cult classics may not have won Oscars, but they’ve delivered tons of iconic quotes, life lessons, and may have even inspired a few stand out celebrity Halloween costumes (Keri Hilson and Serge Ibaka as Lisa McDowell and Prince akeem — genius). This time of year, there’s nothing better than snuggling up and having a Netflix night complete with the flicks that made you laugh, cry, and discover your first Hollywood crush (looking at you, Morris Chestnut). Read more…
On Saturday, Sept. 19, NBC’s long-running sketch comedy series, Saturday Night Live, returns for its 40th season with Chris Pratt hosting the series opener and a few new faces on the team. This year, Best Week Ever alum Michael Che and Pete Davidson are the two newest members to join the cast. At the age of 20, Davidson is the fourth youngest cast member to appear on SNL behind some big names (Anthony Michael Hall, Eddie Murphy, and Robert Downey, Jr.)
If you thought you were jealous of the stars before, man oh man are you going to be jealous of the stars now. Did you know Eddie Murphy and Mel Gibson are the proud owners of luxurious islands? Yeah, it’s true. You’re probably thinking… wait a minute, did these guys become kings or conquerers in the past few years and I totally missed it? No, definitely not. They’re just extremely wealthy dudes who are so eager for ultimate privacy that they’re willing to dish out millions to get it. But the fun doesn’t stop with these two, oh no no. Read more…
Male celebrities live the life. Fawning fans, crazy cash, management teams that jump at their every whim. And if they’re particularly hot (even if they’re not), there’s always a slew of eager-and-willing women at their disposal. Which, it seems, can get them into eighteen years of trouble, if they’re not careful. Trouble in the form of a baby with their eyes and haircolor (or in the case of Mick and Steven, lush, puffy, rockstar lips).
Yep, paternity scandals go hand-in-hand with celebrity. Who can forget the two that emerged over the holidays? Dwyane Wade proposed to his longtime girlfriend, Gabrielle Union — and two minutes later a baby was born, to a woman who wasn’t her. Meanwhile, Ludacris’ “friend,” Tamika Fuller, sued him over child support for their newborn daughter, which came as a shock to his common law wife.
Will these guys every learn to keep it in their pants? No. Which is always entertaining for us. Here, check out ten insane celebrity paternity scandals!
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Which TV icons have been cast to play a lesbian couple in the season finale of Glee? Who were the most overpaid actors in Hollywood last year? All this, plus a sneak peek from Fast & Furious 6 in today’s First Dibs.
We guess we just never imagined an Olympian would go into sex work. Doesn’t every athlete get sponsored by Wheaties for the rest of their natural lives? We guess not, seeing as how ESPN reported today that three-time Olympic runner Suzy Favor Hamilton has admitted on Twitter that she’s also been working as an escort. Even more intriguingly, Hamilton claims she was “drawn to escorting in large part because it provided many coping mechanisms for me when I was going through a very challenging time with my marriage and my life.” Wow, the things we don’t know about stuff. Of course, we can’t pretend we don’t know a lot about celebs and sex work. Don’t worry, Suzy. You have plenty of interesting company when it comes to celeb escort scandals…
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This might be the thing that makes some of us interested in police shows again. And makes us forget the past two-plus decades in which Eddie Murphy became so depressingly unfunny. According to Vulture, Murphy has teamed up with The Shield creator Shawn Ryan to develop Beverly Hills Cop as a TV series, and they began pitching ideas to the networks yesterday. Murphy actually first talked about the project back in October, when he told Rolling Stone that he’d even like to appear on the show from time to time.
“I’d do the pilot, show up here and there,” he said, explaining that the show would revolve around “Axel Foley’s son, and Axel is the chief of police now in Detroit.”
If you are too young to understand why this is exciting, watch the awesome trailer from the first 1984 movie above. And also don’t ever watch Beverly Hills Cop III. The sad tameness of that third installment makes us wonder if maybe this small-screen version should be made for cable, where it could maintain some of its original raunch and grit — a la The Shield on FX.
Between this and Chris Rock’s talk last week that he was working on a CB4 sequel, we are in nostalgia heaven right now. Just no one discuss a Coming to America sequel/remake. You cannot touch that perfection.
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