Jay-Z and Beyonce celebrated their three-year anniversary in the Bahamas, and got a little more than they expected. It sounds like a normal enough vacation, but the couple also spent one evening with Verne Troyer – who stars as Mini-Me in the Austin Powers films – during their romantic break. A source said: “They bumped into Verne on a jaunt out one day
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Jada Pinkett Smith has said receiving death threats was a “learning experience”. Somewhat surprisingly, Jada formed a heavy metal band called Wicked Wisdom – which is currently on a break – but things turned nasty for the group when they signed up to Ozzy Osbourne’s musical festival one year. She told the Metro newspaper: “When I played metal music, I was mocked.
U2’s next album will be a “futuristic” one. Whether that means it will come in some sort of spaceship-shaped sleeve, who knows, but this is how lead singer Bono has described it to Lady Gaga producer RedOne, who worked on one of the ‘Vertigo’ group’s tracks for their forthcoming release. He told Billboard.com: “Bono described the album as ‘futuristic’.
Penelope Cruz has revealed she is going to work with Woody Allen on a new film. The Spanish beauty – who starred in ‘Vicky Cristina Barcelona’, which was written and directed by Woody – was unfortunately not very keen on revealing many of the movie’s details. She told Entertainment Weekly: “I know what I’m doing next, but the thing is that I have to ask the director what I can say and what I cannot say.” Penelope – who gave birth to her first child in January – wouldn’t even let us know any details about the characters in the movie, but she could soon be eating pizzas and pasta in between scenes as Woody recently revealed his next film will be shot in Rome.
Tina Fey has revealed she is pregnant. Congratulations are in order for the ’30 Rock’ actress – who is married to ’30 Rock’ composer Jeff Richmond – as she revealed on a forthcoming episode of ‘The Oprah Winfrey Show’ that she is five months pregnant. But how will Tina cope with her new arrival?
The ‘Black Hole’ remake is “definitely” not going to be a sequel to ‘Tron: Legacy’. Joseph Kosinski, director of ‘Tron: Legacy’ – which starred Jeff Bridges – has revealed he is currently working on ‘The Black Hole’ movie. He told ComingSoon.net: “It’s definitely not a sequel
Mark Wahlberg is being lined up to produce a new film. Universal Pictures have bought the rights for the film and are believed to be keen for the ‘Max Payne’ actor to take the bait for the action-comedy motion picture.
Bradley Cooper, Zach Galifianakis and Ed Helms slipped back into character for ‘Hangover II’. Todd Phillips, director of the sequel, has revealed how the actors knew exactly what they were doing, making it “so easy” to film.
Travis Barker has revealed the reunification of Blink 182 is “going really well”. The drummer in the ‘All the Small Things’ band, who went on a break in 2005, said the six years in between recording an album have flown by, but it’s all good again now.
Antonio Banderas is among the big names who feature in ‘The Big Bang’ trailer which has been released online. If you like a mixture of diamond-hunting and guns then the preview of the Spanish actor’s latest flick, which is available from Apple, could be worth checking out. Antonio plays Los Angeles private detective Ned Cruz in the hunt for $30 million worth of diamonds, as well as the small matter of his missing girlfriend Lexie
Motley Crue singer Vince Neil has been charged with battery domestic violence and disorderly conduct. The musician – who was released from jail in February for driving under the influence (DUI) – has been accused of poking his finger into the chest of ex-girlfriend Alicia Jacobs in Las Vegas Hilton’s Shimmer Lounge showroom on March 24, as well as cursing and pointing or poking at Jacobs and her friends, John Katsilometes and Patricia McCrone.
Keanu Reeves has confirmed plans for a third chapter of ‘Bill and Ted’ are well and truly underway. Keanu has revealed a draft version of the next installment – which he hinted could be as little as six weeks away – may feature the duo going back in time in an attempt to save the world.
Chris Hemsworth has revealed he became so ripped before filming ‘Thor’ that his costume made his hands go numb. The filmmakers might have regretted their decision to ask the ‘Star Trek’ actor – who could have been more suited to ‘The Incredible Hulk’ – to get “as big as you can”, because his costume was too tight.
Kellan Lutz and Henry Cavill posters have been unveiled for new motion picture ‘Immortals’. Twilight star Kellan is depicted as Poseidon and new ‘Superman’ actor Henry is in full Theseus gear, Fandango revealed online. Luke Evans, who plays Zeus in the film, Isabel Lucas (Athena) and Daniel Sharman (Areis) are also suited and booted on their own posters
Lily Collins is to star as Snow White in a movie version of the classic fairytale. The daughter of British musician Phil Collins is best known for her role as Sandra Bullock’s daughter in sporting drama ‘The Blind Side’, but is said to have impressed bosses at Relativity Media in her audition to play the innocent beauty. She told People.com: “‘Snow White’ was my favorite fairytale growing up and when I first read about the project I was like, ‘I have to get in on this.’ It’s such an iconic character.” Julia Roberts is signed on to play the wicked queen in the 3-D project – tentatively titled ‘The Brothers Grimm: Snow White’ – which will be directed by ‘The Cell’ filmmaker Tarsem Singh
Liam Hemsworth and Josh Hutcherson have been tipped for the male lead roles in ‘The Hunger Games’. ‘The Last Song’ star Liam and ‘The Kids Are Alright’ actor Josh are said to be close to signing deals to play Gale Hawthorne and Peeta Mellark in the highly anticipated film adaptation of Suzanne Collins’ book trilogy despite Alex Pettyfer previously being linked to the role of Peeta. The books focus on 16-year-old Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence), who lives in a post-apocalyptic world in the country of Panem where North America once stood
Bill Wyman has reunited with his former Rolling Stones bandmates for a new tribute album. The bassist – who left the ‘Satisfaction’ group in 1992 – has teamed up with Sir Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood to record a version of Bob Dylan’s ‘Watching The River Flow’ on new charity record ‘Boogie 4 Stu’, a compilation in tribute to the band’s co-founder Ian Stewart.