Actor Brad Pitt says that he would consider the death penalty in dealing with the BP executives responsible for the massive gulf oil spill.
In Spike Lee’s new documentary, If God Is Willing and Da Creek Don’t Rise, Brad sat down for an on-camera interview with the famed film director. When asked about how… More »
Kevin Costner and James Cameron are far from the only celebrities offering a helping hand in light of April’s catastrophic oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
Cameron Diaz, Justin Bieber, Robert Redford and Sting were among a slew of stars to pitch in for a special two-hour marathon, Disaster in the Gulf: How… More »
Can Justin Bieber clean the Gulf of Mexico with his magical voice?
Well, not literally, but Bieber is doing the next best thing: using his singing powers to help raise money for the victims of the massive BP oil spill in the Gulf.
Justin will be appearing in a two-hour telethon special of… More »
By the time Congress finished grilling BP CEO Tony Hayward yesterday about the catastrophic environmental damage his company is causing in the Gulf of Mexico, we were all left with the feeling that, “If THAT guy can run an oil company, anybody can!”
Luckily, there are plenty of adequate replacements ready to fill his… More »
• James Cameron says he’s sorry for calling BP executives “morons.” It’s okay James, we’re sure that’s the nicest thing someone has called them in the wake of the oil spill. (PopEater)
• Classy Natalie Portman has been named the new face of Christian Dior. We guess Snooki backed out at the last minute? More »
Just when you thought Olivia Munn couldn’t be any more of a nerd’s dream girl she goes ahead and joins the cast of The Daily Show.
The Attack of the Show babe who got her career started by appealing to geeks (and we mean that in the nicest, non-derogatory way) has decided to broaden… More »
James Cameron isn’t mincing words when it comes to the oil spill that’s currently ravaging the Gulf of Mexico.
The Titanic director recently offered his fleet of submarines for use to oil company BP to help aid in the efforts to stop the leak. The company has now turned down his offer, and Cameron,… More »