Also, is Gwyneth leaving her kids hungry? And who is going to be romancing Natalie Portman now that Michael Fassbender has dropped out of his role in Jane Got A Gun? All this and more in today’s Last Lap.
- Scottish lothario Gerard Butler has finally explained why he didn’t admit that he slept with Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Brandi Glanville when she said he did. It’s not because he hates the Real Housewives, but that he just didn’t catch her name at the time. Super classy. [US Weekly]
- In Gwyneth Paltrow’s new cookbook, It’s All Good, she decries gluten and admits that she withholds grains and pasta from her children, leaving them “with that specific hunger that comes with avoiding carbs’. I’m not sure if that “specific hunger” just means they’re craving some french fries or that they’re legitimately going hungry, but either way, they’re not enjoying the never-ending pasta bowl at Olive Garden anytime soon. [Daily Mail]
- Michael Fassbender is stepping out of the hero role in Natalie Portman’s upcoming Western film, Jane Got A Gun, and co-star Joel Edgerton is sliding into the role. Edgerton was poised to play the film’s villain, but that black hat will now be worn by Jude Law. [Hollywood Reporter]
- Tonight at 7:56 ET, MTV First: The Incredible Burt Wonderstone will air, giving fans of Steve Carrell and Jim Carrey their first peak at the duo’s first comedic collaboration. The film opens in theaters nationwide this Friday. [MTV.com]
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