Archive for October, 2010

Heidi Klum: Grove Family Shopping Fun

Monday, October 4th, 2010
Looking to pick up a few items, Heidi Klum was spotted out shopping in Los Angeles yesterday afternoon (October 3). The “Project Runway” hottie was joined by her kids Leni and Lou as she arrived at The Grove to find a swarm of shutterbugs waiting for her. In career news, Heidi recently announced that her time as [...]

Public Funeral Planned For Tony Curtis

Monday, October 4th, 2010


Tony Curtis' wife, Jill, is planning to eulogize her husband of 16-years, the legendary Tony Curtis, on Monday in Las Vegas.

An public funeral will be followed by a burial and a private reception at the Luxor Hotel.

Billionaire investor Kirk Kerkorian, Kirk Douglas and singer Phyllis McGuire are among seven honorary pallbearers. Curtis’ daughter, Jamie Lee Curtis, is expected to attend.

Dear Mormon Church

Monday, October 4th, 2010

THIS is just ignorant and WRONG!

Looking Good, Brad!

Monday, October 4th, 2010


So much better now that you've got a fresh face, free of of those frightening whiskers! (Please take note, Zacquisha and RPatz!)

Brad Pitt is in the midst of filming his latest flick, Money Ball and was spotted walking about Hollywood on Saturday back to set!

Must mean it's Angie's turn to be parent to the kids! Wonder what they are all up to without Daddy??

[Image via GSI Media.]

Chatting With…. Molly Ringwald!

Monday, October 4th, 2010

Perez Hilton Interviews Molly Ringwald

CLICK HERE to watch our fabulous new interview with Molly Ringwald!

We grew up with her! We love her! And we are thrilled we got to sit down and chat with her!

We talked about everything from her new book, pregnancy, being a mom, getting your "pretty" back, how she stays in shape, yoga vs pilates, food and eating healthy, moderation. Plus, the possibility of doing reality tv, that other famours red head - Lindsay Lohan - and her thoughts on her, plus much much more.

It's such a great interview!

CLICK HERE to check it out!

Britney Spears: Bye Bye Conservatorship

Monday, October 4th, 2010
She’s been under the watchful eye of her father Jamie since February of 2008, but now Britney Spears’ conservatorship is reportedly coming to an end. The “Toxic” songstress met with Judge Reva Goetz last week to determine if she was ready and able to take back control of her career and finances. An insider told [...]

Lauren Conrad’s Reality Show Excitement

Monday, October 4th, 2010
She’s always looking to what’s next, and Lauren Conrad has a new Realty Television project in the works. The former “Hills” babe told press things will be different this time around, with a focus on her career and designer clothes. Lauren shared, “It is reality, it will be more career based so the main focus is my [...]

eGames Unveils Mystery Masterpiece(TM): The Moonstone

Monday, October 4th, 2010
LANGHORNE, Pa., Oct. 4, 2010 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Casual games developer and publisher eGames, Inc. (Pink Sheets:EGAM) today announced a publishing agreement with Freeze Tag, Inc. for the distribution of Mystery Masterpiece(tm): The Moonstone throughout North America.

Box Office top 10

Monday, October 4th, 2010
  • A social worker learns that there is more than meets the eye to a girl she saved from abuse.
  • The story of the founding of Facebook and the lawsuits that followed in its wake.
  • A misfit boy (Kodi Smit-McPhee) befriends the strange new girl (Chloe Moretz) who lives next door.

Original: Top 10 Box Office

Q&A – Life As We Know It’s Katherine Heigl and Josh Duhamel on Adopting Babies and Stalking Potential Girlfriends

Sunday, October 3rd, 2010

Life As We Know It pairs Katherine Heigl and Josh Duhamel as polar opposites forced to put their differences aside so they can raise their best friends' orphaned child. While the situation sounds primed for a sitcom, the movie hits honest notes when it comes to parenthood, dating, and the difficulty of making sacrifices so that someone else can live a better life. When we sat down with these two gifted comedians, we discussed bad dates, good adoptions, and getting in tune with one's inner child.

Q: The movie begins with the two of you suffering through a nightmarish blind date. Were you drawing on personal experiences to make that scene believable?

Katherine Heigl: [Laughs] I've actually never been fixed up.

Josh Duhamel: Me neither. I've had plenty of awkward moments.

KH: Oh, yes, lots of those.

JD: But I was always in relationships. Dating always scared the crap out of me, for this reason. This is a good example of why I didn't date.

KH: But then how did you wind up in the relationships?

JD: Well, I had to make very sure that I wanted to date this person.

KH: So you would just stalk them for a while.

JD: Yes. I would do a complete recon.

KH: [Laughs] Dig into their background.

JD: Yes, and I'd make sure that I wanted to be with them before we started dating.

KH: That's so interesting and weird.

JD: No. Do you know when you really feel like you don't just want to say, "Oh, I might like her. I guess I'll go on a date"?

KH: So you never met anybody in a bar and just went out on a dinner date the next night and had a terrible time? That never happened to you?

JD: I'm sure it did. I was just so drunk from the night before that I don't remember. [Laughs]

KH: I have only one bad one. No, I've had a couple, but the worst was a trainer. I was eighteen or twenty pounds heavier and was trying really hard to work it off at the gym. My trainer asked me out. But he took me to Sizzler and he gave me his head shot and asked if I could get him into my agency. I knew it wasn't the extra twenty pounds that turned him on.

Q: The baby in the film is played by a set of triplets. What were they like as co-stars?

JD: Before we started shooting, [director Greg Berlanti] had me go to Atlanta to acclimate myself with the kids and have them get comfortable with me. And that was huge for us in the movie because they really responded to me. Katherine was in the middle of adopting her own child at the time, so she couldn't come early. But I went out there and got to know these kids really well. It was helpful then because we didn't have to take them off the set all of the time. They could stay there and play and live on the set while we were shooting, which helped make them feel comfortable.

Q: And could it also be because all girls like you?

KH: They could be little boys. It doesn't matter. Children like Josh.

JD: I have an affinity for kids, and they seem to like me. I think it's because we can understand each other on the same emotional level. [Laughs]

Q: Katherine, how did you acclimate yourself once you made it to the set.

KH: I took control! It's an alpha thing. They just needed to know who was in charge. No, I'm kidding. Thankfully, I had just gotten familiar with the holding and comforting of a child, so I could do that mothering instinct a little bit, though it was still so new to me. But [Josh] was fantastic, working hard to get to know those babies, and I had to kind of do it cold, so they did not like me as much.

JD: That's not true.

KH: But at least I had one in my trailer who did.

Q: Speaking of that, because you were a new mother, did you sense parallels between your personal and professional life while filming?

KH: Yeah, it was all parallels. I was living on camera what I was living in my life, down to the tiniest little things. The outfits that they'd put the triplets in for a scene my daughter might have come to work in that day. I watched the movie recently and thought it was kind of a living journal because it reminds me of those first few months with this 9-month-old baby who was so new to me -- and I was so new to her -- and all of the little things that go along with that. What kind of diapers you use, what kind of wipes. We had the exact same pack and play as the one we used in the movie. It will forever remind me of that time. It was really intense and really glorious and certainly overwhelming. But my character, Holly, was me, and I was her. I didn't have to act.