Donald Trump may not have done too well running for President, but he knows how to grab headlines by rounding up C and D-list celebs for the next edition of ‘Celebrity Apprentice.’ The latest hodge-podge of “actors,” sports figures, comedians and reality show, uh, personalities was announced this morning.
People who want to find out how to make the best French Onion soup, how to write the perfect thank you note, and how to make a bird feeder out of old matchbooks and twine will have to find another source.
TMZ reports that director James Cameron, his production company, and 20th Century Fox are being sued for stealing the idea for the hit movie ‘Avatar,’ the number one film of all-time. A screenwriter claims that Cameron stole the idea from two different screenplays he wrote and wants $2.5 billion.
So many people pass away every year, including in the entertainment industry, that it’s hard to remember just who died, beyond the few very famous people. Turner Classic Movies has a nice montage that helps us remember the talents we’ve lost in 2011.
If you were to name 10 celebrities you would never think would agree to appear on a reality show, veteran actor Clint Eastwood would be near the top of such a list (if not the top). But that’s about to change.
Back in October, Jimmy Kimmel asked parents to film themselves telling their kids that they ate all their Halloween candy and then upload the video to YouTube. The resulting prank became a viral hit. On Monday, Kimmel struck again, asking parents to give their kids terrible early Christmas gifts and then film the results.
Needless to say, the kids were not happy. But you will be when you see their cute reactions.
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