In a message titled “Thank you, Jesse James,” the former LA Ink star alleges that a 19th woman has stepped forward and claimed to have had an affair with the biker during their courtship last year. “I kept going back and forth in my mind as to what the best way would be for me to release and let go of any residual feelings remaining from that toxic relationship. All of this may sound petty or immature to some, but I assure you this is coming from a place of pure honesty and love,” Von D wrote regarding the latest bombshell.
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Immortals has a few moments likely to draw cheers, gasps, or a mixture of both from an audience. (If you haven’t seen the movie, be warned: Big spoilers lie ahead.)
There’s the scene when Aries goes on a hammer-wielding rampage and pops about seven heads like blood-filled piñatas — my audience burst into applause about halfway through. Then there’s the memorably gross shot of the Oracle’s three sisters poached alive in embryonic goo inside that metal bull (which, horrifyingly, was a real Greek torture device). But one shot got the biggest reaction of all: The ball cruncher. READ FULL STORY
Brett Ratner talks Olivia Munn relationship, fallout: 'She talked about my shortcomings ... She's bitter.'
Brett Ratner appeared on G4’s Attack of the Show for just a little over six minutes, but that was plenty of time to cover a wide range of topics. The director took the time to delve into his new film, Tower Heist, the upcoming Oscars (which Ratner is producing), Occupy Wall Street (a “viral marketing” campaign for Tower Heist, according to Show co-host Kevin Pereira), and sex with Olivia Munn. Wait, what?
For those unaware of the gossip, Munn wrote in her memoir, Suck It, Wonder Woman!: The Misadventures of a Hollywood Geek, that she once saw a Hollywood director holding his “undersized manhood” while eating shrimp. It’s long been rumored that she was referring to Rush Hour director Ratner, and while he did admit on Show Thursday that he was the subject of the passage, he’s claiming that none of it’s true. And making sure to heighten the drama while he’s at it. “I used to date Olivia Munn … when she was Lisa,” said Ratner of Munn, née Lisa Munn. “That was the problem. She wasn’t Asian back then.” READ FULL STORY
“Courtney, what makes you so enchanting?” It was as though Anderson Cooper took the words right out of our mouths! Cooper pondered this great, unanswerable life mystery about the teen bride/Twitter poet/pumpkin patch reject that is Courtney Stodden during his RidicuList segment last night. (The Soup had better watch out, because Cooper’s Stodden imitation — from the way she speaks in air quotes to her crazy interview faces — is dead-on.) The host featured clips from a terribly uncomfortable interview on an upcoming episode of Dr. Drew’s Lifechangers, as well as this GMA classic. (“It’s like a silent, desperate cry for help.”) Watch the full clip below and then try to decide whether Cooper or Dr. Drew has the better horrified-at-Courtney’s-general-being face. READ FULL STORY
Man breaks his own leg to survive in canyon where '127 Hours' is set. Should some movies tell us to 'not try this at home'?
There’s a reason I’ll never work on a swordfishing boat, hike the Alaskan wilderness without food or supplies, or trudge up Mount Doom with a greedy little mutant hobbit in tow. It’s because film — and, in two of these cases, real life — has told me that these are very dangerous feats. Yet, it seems Hollywood still hasn’t convinced some people — one man in particular recently found himself mimicking one film’s petrifying premise. The Associated Press reports that 64-year-old Amos Wayne Richards survived four days alone in the Utah desert after breaking a leg and dislocating his shoulder on a hike — in the exact same canyon in which 127 Hours took place. READ FULL STORY
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