ReelzChannel Celebrity Rundown
Seems Ryan Gosling can't go anywhere without causing a commotion. Earlier this week Gosling and Eva Mendes attended Gosling's mother's college graduation ceremony. The couple tried to stay under the radar, sitting near the back of the auditorium, but their cover was blown when people starting tweeting that the couple was in attendance and starting snapping photos of the two and posting them online. When Gosling's mom's name was called, the actor stood up and cheered. By the time Gosling and Mendes went to leave the ceremony, fans had formed a line outside. When approached by a reporter, Gosling declined the interview, saying, "This is my mom's day." Is it us or is this guy too perfect?
Apparently, babies are out. After paying $850,000 for exclusive photos of Jessica Simpson's baby, Maxwell Drew, People actually saw sales drop. The issue sold just 950,000 copies, less than the magazine's average of 1.3M copies. $850,000 is a lot of money for a few photographs but it's nothing compared to the coin that Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie got for shots of their babies. The couple made upwards of $11M for photos of their children (which they reportedly turned around and gave to charity).
In an effort to get the youth vote, President Obama had breakfast with 25 of the biggest names in young Hollywood. Obama dined with the likes of Jessica Alba, Jared Leto, Zach Braff, Zachary Quinto, and Jeremy Renner. Immediately after the breakfast, the stars went to Twitter and Facebook to post their photos with the leader of the free world.
Former Fleetwood Mac member Bob Welch was found dead Thursday of an apparent suicide at his Nashville home.
Singer Pink is recovering from surgery after having her gallbladder removed, forcing her to cancel a performance at an upcoming fundraiser for Obama.
Sofia Vergara is reportedly back together with ex Nick Loeb. Posted 06.08.12 by Chris
One of the seminal comedies of the 1980s, Fletch, followed Chevy Chase as investigative reporter I.M. Fletcher, whose report on the drug-trafficking at the Los Angeles beach front takes a turn when a wealthy businessman (Tim Mattheson) asks Fletch to murder him. The 1985 movie, based on the first of late author Gregory MacDonald's 11-volume Fletch series, spawned a 1989 sequel, Fletch Lives, which, while it had its moments, didn't inspire more installments.
After years of development purgatory, THR reports that Warner Bros. has picked up the movie rights to all 11 of MacDonald's Fletch books, with the intent of "reimagining" the books into a more action-driven franchise. No writer or director has been attached so far, but the first step has been taken for those fans looking forward to another Fletch. what took so long? >> Posted 02.04.11 by Ryan