ReelzChannel Celebrity Rundown
Maksim Chmerkovskiy dropped Kirstie Alley on last night's Dancing With the Stars, but the couple recovered nicely to score in the middle of the pack. The chivalrous Chmerkovskiy blamed the accident on a "charlie horse," not the fact that his partner outweighs him by at least 10 pounds.
Rihanna's hit single "S&M" is clearly autobiographical, as she tells Rolling Stone that she's into the rough stuff. "Being submissive in the bedroom is really fun. You get to be a little lady, to have somebody be macho and in charge of your s**t. That's fun to me...I like to be spanked. Being tied up is fun. I like to keep it spontaneous. Sometimes whips and chains can be overly planned – you gotta stop, get the whip from the drawer downstairs. I'd rather have him use his hands."
As the New York Daily News speculates on the top five possible replacements for Katie Couric's anchor chair at the CBS Evening News, TMZ reports 60 Minutes correspondent Scott Pelley is the choice of CBS chairman Jeff Fager to turn around the flagging broadcast.
Sean Hayes, best known as the guy from Will and Grace, has joined Will Sasso as a stooge in the Farrely brothers Three Stooges movie. (The role of Moe is still up for grabs.) The pic was originally set to star A-listers Sean Penn as Larry, Jim Carrey as Curly, and Benicio del Toro as Moe.
Former Baywatch star David Hasselhoff still has it, as the 58 year-old star is dating 31 year-old Welsh model/factory worker and Pamela Anderson lookalike Hayley Roberts.
Jane Fonda has weighed in on The Kennedys miniseries on her blog, calling it "pretty good," and praising the performance of Katie Holmes as Jackie. "Kate does Jackie really well, I think. It's interesting. I knew the Kennedys and never knew that Jackie wanted a divorce before Jack ran for president. Didn't realize the extent to which father Joe ran the show. Talk about patriarchy! In that family it was quintessential!"
Be sure to tune into ReelzChannel TV tonight at 8ET and 8PT for the third episode of The Kennedys. Posted 04.05.11 by reelz
With a cameo at the end of Iron Man, Samuel L. Jackson spread joy across the fanboy universe by appearing as Nick Fury, a character designed in his likelihood in the Ultimate line of Marvel comic books. Now, it appears that Jackson likely won't reprise his role as Nick Fury.
"There was a huge kind of negotiation that broke down. I don't know. Maybe I won't be Nick Fury," Jackson told the LA Times, "There seems to be an economic crisis in the Marvel Comics world so [they're saying to me], 'We're not making that deal.'"
Jackson, as Fury, could potentially appear in 3 of the upcoming Marvel movies: Iron Man 2, First Avenger: Captain America and The Avengers. According to Jackson, he would have at least appeared in Iron Man 2. "I saw [Iron Man 2 director] Jon Favreau at the Scream Awards and we had a conversation. He said, 'I hope things are working out for you because we're writing stuff for you.' Then all of a sudden last week I talked to my agents and manager and things aren't really working that well."
While Marvel will only offer that they are in "active negotiations," but Jackson is not sold. "Maybe somebody else will be Nick Fury or maybe Nick Fury won't be in it."
But who else could play a role fashioned after Jackson himself? Maybe it's time to call David Hasselhoff, who already played Fury in a 1998 TV movie written by Unborn director and Batman writer David S. Goyer. Posted 01.14.09 by Ryan