Bieber Gets Crazier in Brazil, David Beckham is Surprisingly Stylish, Will Smith Did Not Cheat and More
11.08.13 by REELZ
Bieber’s Brazilian antics reportedly got worse throughout the week. After storming off stage after getting hit by a water bottle at one of his concerts (he was very late) the Biebs was filmed while asleep in a brief 15 second video by a mysterious girl. While admittedly the singer is just sleeping the video went viral accompanied by rumors of what exactly the young star had been up to. And if the hooker-not- hooker debate wasn’t enough Bieber was clever enough to definitely be caught vandalizing the side of a hotel wall with graffiti (this is considered a misdemeanor in Brazil). While no charges have been pressed yet there is an ongoing investigation. Oh Bieber, just stop.
The Hollywood Reporter has revealed that Cameron Diaz’ lines were dubbed over after shooting wrapped for The Counselor….because she sounded too much like Rihanna. Fox execs reportedly believed her accent to be too Barbadian so ordered her lines to be dubbed over before release. Diaz was apparently less than happy. And, to add insult to injury the move clearly didn’t impact the Ridley Scott thriller’s result, which achieved a very unimpressive score at the box office despite a reportedly very intriguing Ferrari scene.
David Beckham has surprised everyone (not) and been named as the most Stylish Man of the Year at the 2013 GQ Men of the Year Awards, which took place in Berlin. GQ Germany’s Editor-in-chief, José RedondoVega, stated: "Like no other athlete, David Beckham represents style and fashion influence."
Margot Robbie has spoken out about scandalous Will Smith cheating rumors after the pair were photographed looking cozy. The Australian actress tweeted: "Been working non-stop, just catching my breath. There's absolutely no truth to the ridiculous rumor," later mentioning that the two are just friends and were “just goofing around” on the set of their movie Focus.
Fancy a visit to a Hunger Games theme park? That may be possible very soon as Lionsgate CEO Jon Feltheimer mentioned that he has been approached about possible franchise-themed amusement parks. Lets just hope everyone is allowed to leave in one piece.