“Actors search for rejection,” Charlie Chaplin once said. “If they don’t get it they reject themselves.”
Fortunately, actors don’t have to search that hard to find the rejection they crave, as even the biggest stars are constantly turned down for roles. So click through the gallery and see some famous roles that could… More »
In the wake of the Sandy Hook Elementary School mass shooting, America is mourning the loss of 26 lives — 20 children and 6 adults — along with the tragedy-stricken community of Newtown, Conn. But that grief has also given way to a highly politicized debate, as the massacre shines a spotlight on the long-dormant… More »
Thanks to Twitter we can learn perhaps too much information about our friends, family and even celebrities.
In a recent tweet, Jessica Simpson gushed over her fiance Eric Johnson’s “tush” and procliamed that she was going to “lay hands” upon his tweet-worthy assets. TMI or cute? You make the call!
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You guys, it’s 2010, and all sorts of things are still happening on the Internet. Here are a few:
An Ohio woman was arrested for punching in a McDonald’s drive-thru window after being informed that her beloved Chicken McNuggets weren’t available that day. I think we can all relate to that. (The Smoking… More »
Tartan plaid was the fashionable color to wear in NYC last night.
Ed Westwick, sexy Scotsman Sir Sean Connery, and Mike Myers were among the celebs putting on kilts for the “Dressed to Kilt” fashion show benefiting the Friends of Scotland charity in New York City on Monday night.
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In a time where many Hollywood stars are famous for doing nothing, it’s imperative to take time to celebrate the truly talented movie stars out there. The ones whose characters take life-and-death risks while saving the planet.
Plus, the fastest way to a woman’s heart is a man who can look and act the… More »
Director George Lucas let drop a little secret while promoting Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull at the Cannes Film Festival: He’s considering producing further installments of the series, but with Shia LaBeouf—who plays a supporting part in the new flick—in the main role instead of an increasingly geriatric Harrison Ford. “I… More »