ReelzChannel Celebrity Rundown
No more cameras allowed at Miley Cyrus's birthday parties! About a year after being photographed taking a salvia bong hit at her 18th, Miley is on video at her 19th saying, "You know you’re a stoner when friends make you a Bob Marley cake — you know you smoke way too much f***in’ weed.” A representative for Cyrus said in a statement: "It's all been taken out of context. The cake was a joke and Miley's response was intended to be sarcastic."
Last night's E! premiere of Kourtney & Kim Take New York showed clear signs of trouble for the Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries marriage. Kris mocks KK's weight by saying "God, you ate a lot of wedding cake!," shows disrespect for Kim's "career," and objects when KK and Kourtney hire a naked male yoga instructor.
The boyfriend of Justin Bieber's alleged baby mama claims he's the real father of Mariah Yeater's son and wants to take a DNA test to prove it. Robbie Powell has been telling friends the whole Bieber story was baloney and that Yeater did it for the money, and has been approached by several media outlets to tell more of his story.
Since Chaz Bono told Howard Stern that he and fellow DWTS contestants J.R. Martinez, David Arquette and Karson Cressley should do a male version of The View, Bono is being asked to do tests and put together a pilot for the show.
Journey rocker Neal Schon and "groupie slut" Michaele Salahi put on a PDA-packed performance at Dulles International Airport over Thanksgiving, kissing at the ticket counter, on a escalator, and in the security checkpoint line.
Michael Lohan recently dodged jail but is now struggling to speak and breathe as he awaits heart surgery doctors say he should've had six months ago.
Bret McKenzie tells The Hollywood Reporter that a Flight of the Conchords movie might be in the works as soon as he and Jemaine Clement have a story. Posted 11.28.11 by reelz
Fans of the The Lord of the Rings trilogy will get to see plenty of familiar faces when the two-part prequel of The Hobbit debuts with The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey in late 2012, followed by The Hobbit: There and Back Again in 2013. Besides the return of Ian McKellen as Gandalf, Andy Serkis as Gollum (motion-capture) and Hugo Weaving as Elrond, director and co-writer Peter Jackson has found a way to bring back Cate Blanchett as Galadriel, Orlando Bloom as Legolas, Sir Christopher Lee as Saruman, and Elijah Wood as Frodo Baggins, even though the characters don't appear in J.R.R. Tolkien's original novel.
One character that won't be returning is Aragorn, the character Viggo Mortensen played in the trilogy of movies. During an interview with Movies.com, Mortensen revealed that he wasn't against returning but was never asked. why no aragorn? plus benedict cumberbatch talks about playing smaug >> Posted 11.24.11 by Ryan
The soundtrack for The Muppet Movie was nominated for an Oscar, as was the song "The Rainbow Connection," but is the score for The Muppets bound for the same type of critical acclaim?
It seems like it should be a strong contender. Bret McKenzie, from the Grammy-winning duo Flight of the Conchords, wrote three songs for the new movie, and it includes a special appearance by Feist, as well as an a capella Nirvana cover. What's not to love?
The soundtrack was released today, but for fans who aren't sure if they want to purchase the album, there is a preview available. From what we've heard, a rock ballad featuring Jason Segel on vocals sounds like Oscar gold to us. watch the preview, see Piggy's amazing talent Posted 11.21.11 by Mandy
She's not just a writer anymore. Heat vision reports that author Stephenie Meyer is producing the indie romantic comedy Austenland which is scheduled to start shooting this week in the U.K. This is the first time the Twilight novelist has produced a movie that she did not author.
The movie will star Keri Russell(Waitress), JJ Feild (Captain America: The First Avenger), and Bret McKenzie (HBO's Flight of the Conchords), and will be directed by Jerusha Hess, who wrote Napoleon Dynamite and Nacho Libre.
The movie is an adaptation of the novel by Shannon Hale. Though there isn't an official synopsis yet for the movie, there is one for the book. Read the synopsis >> Posted 07.06.11 by Mandy
One thing that 71-year-old actor Ian McKellen is not shy about using is social media. In March, with production on The Lord of the Rings prequel The Hobbit still weeks away, McKellen tweeted and blogged about seeing "Bilbo in 3 dimensions." Director Peter Jackson has embraced social media as well, video blogging the start of production almost a month ago.
McKellen's latest missives includes an example of the technological times, as the actor Tweeted a photo of himself in full Gandalf costume wearing 3-D glasses.
who else is returning? >> Posted 05.12.11 by Ryan
THE HOBBIT is being filmed in 3D. Even wizards have to wear the glasses