BULL-ywood News | October 24th 2012
BULL-ywood News for Wednesday October 24th 2012
-EVA LONGORIA and New York Jets quarterback MARK SANCHEZ have broken up. Mark's rep says they remain friends . . . their schedules just conflicted too much.
-CHRISTINA APPLEGATE had both her breasts removed in 2008, after being diagnosed with breast cancer. And in a new interview she says, quote, "I miss my exquisite breasts sometimes." That's a quote from her "Anchorman" character Veronica Corningstone. She also says she suffered a "total emotional collapse", but friends, family and a spiritual adviser helped her overcome it.
-GEORGE CLOONEY may have found the perfect woman. STACY KEIBLER says she's not thinking about marriage or kids at all right now . . . quote, "I live in the moment. I'm more of a guy that way."
-JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE reportedly sang a new song dedicated to JESSICA BIEL at their wedding. Also, sources now say none of the members of 'N SYNC were invited to the wedding, and they're upset about it.
-A CNBC contributor claims that DONALD TRUMP'S big announcement today will be that he has located BARACK and MICHELLE OBAMA'S divorce papers . . . which may be over a decade old. A recent book called "The Amateur" claims that Michelle had divorce papers drawn up in 2000 . . . after her husband failed in his bid to win a House seat in Chicago.
-DANIEL RADCLIFFE and ROBERT PATTINSON top a list of the richest British celebrities under the age of 30. Daniel is worth $85 million . . . while Robert has $62 million in the bank. Rounding out the Top 5 are Keira Knightly, Emma Watson and One Direction.
-NATALIE PORTMAN supposedly didn't want to do "Thor 2", because she wanted a particular director who wasn't hired. But since she signed a deal for potential sequels, they were able to FORCE her into it.
-There's a new video featurette online showing the many transformations actors like TOM HANKS, HALLE BERRY and HUGH GRANT went through for the movie "Cloud Atlas" . . . in which everyone plays multiple parts. Particularly interesting are Halle as an old Asian man and Hugh as the chief of a tribe of cannibals.
-ABC is developing a sitcom starring JANE FONDA. It's called "Now What?" . . . and Jane is playing a mother who moves in with her daughter, after the daughter rips her in a BLOG POST titled "Dear Mom, Here's Why I Hate You".
-TheFW.com has published a list titled "10 Things You Didn't Know About 'It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown'". The highlights include: The story was originally about RELIGION . . . and some kids were so upset that Charlie Brown only received rocks while trick-or-treating that they actually mailed candy to CBS addressed to him.
-JASON ALDEAN has some harsh words for the purists who claim his music is not country enough. He says, quote, "Go buy a pure country record. If we all sounded the same it would be boring. If you like what I do, go get the record. If you don't? Buy somebody else's record."