ReelzChannel Celebrity Rundown
Lindsay Lohan's cupcake and burger bribe was turned down by bosses at the LA county morgue, but LiLo was let in and washed soiled linens, cleaned toilets, and scrubbed floors in her effort to avoid jail.
Justin Bieber followed up his private September Staples Center screening of Titanic with a private Canadian screening of Real Steel for GF Selena Gomez, then the couple again went overboard with the PDA at a Winnipeg Jets game on Saturday night.
The Village Voice reports that South Park creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker were targeted for investigation by the Church of Scientology after a 2005 episode "Trapped in the Closet" ridiculed the religion. Church operatives allegedly dug through the two's trash looking for phone and bank records, prescriptions, and the kind of alcohol they drink and how much.
Ryan Reynolds is clearly OK with Leonardo DiCaprio's seconds as Blake Lively spent her third straight weekend in Boston with the actor where he's shooting the action pic R.I.P.D.
Last week Journey guitarist Neal Schon spent $10K on lingerie for "groupie slut" Michaele Salahi, but that was nothing compared to the $350,000 he dropped on a Bentley convertible for her.
Last month Charlie Sheen reached a multi-million dollar out-of-court settlement with Warner Brothers that included an agreement that Sheen not disparage former boss Chuck Lorre in the media, but the deal apparently did not cover Sheen disparaging Two and a Half Men as the actor said, "I’m extremely disappointed with how they’re handling what I left behind."
George Clooney's latest gal pal Stacy Keibler is cashing in on her romance with the A-list actor, raising her price of personal appearances at events and parties from $10,000 to $25,000. Posted 10.24.11 by reelz
You read that headline correctly. Peabody Award-winning South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone have signed on to produce and direct the G-rated comedy Giant Monsters Attack Japan!, reports the L.A. Times.
The story, about an 8-year old American boy obsessed with Japanese culture, is described by the Times as "a deadpan pastiche of a variety of Japanese pop cultural forms, icons and fetishes," featuring "Ninjas, samurai, cutesy mini-monsters, giant robots and the country's most enduring export, city-stomping mega-monsters played by men in rubber suits."
The G-rated comedy is a first for the duo, whose first two movies, South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut and Team America: World Police, tested the MPAA's limits with their outrageousness.
Somewhere up in heaven, Jack Valenti just vomitted in his mouth. Posted 05.03.07 by reelz