Dissin' That Entertainment Updates
Anne Hathaway was seen with almost all her hair gone. Now obviously the first reaction is that she has had a Britney like meltdown, but don’t worry Hathaway fans. She simply got the hair cut off for an upcoming role in one of her movies. Britney is still a one of a kind freak out.
John Travolta must be doing well for himself lately. The actor had a one hundred thousand dollar car stolen and chopped up. So obviously he was heartbroken, right? Wrong. Travolta simply said that he wasn’t that attached to it. Translation? He can buy another one. Like A Boss.
Katy Perry is still enjoying making music, however she is sick of the attention it gets her. She told Teen Vogue that she’s “tired of being famous already! But I’m not tired of creating.” She then went on to say that fame is a by product of the business that she is tired of. I’m sorry, but whenever I hear about celebrities being tired of fame, I think one thing. First World Problems.
Madonna’s birthday was this week and her manager decided to give her a cake. The singer was taken by surprise later threw a slice at her manager. Madonna said she did after he made her work too hard this year. Imagine having to work hard to get what you want, ridiculous.
Arnold Schwarzenegger has confirmed a sequel to the movie Twins is in development. The movie will see Arnold and Danny Devito reunite as twin brothers and feature Eddie Murphy as an identical third brother. This movie has two things going for it, Eddie Murphy isn’t playing all the characters and he won’t be the main star so it could actually be good.
Chevy Chase has some harsh words for his boss. The Community star left a very explicit message on producer Dan Harmon voicemail after being humiliated by the producer in front of his family. The two have not been getting along since the show began and some say this could hurt their chances at the shows renewal. Don’t be like Charlie Sheen or Britta and ruin it guys.
The Juno Awards were held this past weekend. There were some surprises this year including Martin Solvig and Dragonette beating Deadmaus for Dance Recording of the Year and Michael Buble’s Christmas album beating Drake’s Take Care for Album of the Year. You know you’re out of touch though when you have William Shatner hosting.