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  • Thu, 08 Dec 2016 01:00:00 EST

    Brad Pitt wants all the court documents related to his custody negotiations with Angelina Jolie to be sealed, after she filed her own documents earlier this week outlining the couple's custody agreement.

    Sources close to Pitt say that he was annoyed by the filing because although their temporary custody agreement had already been made public in the press, he felt that Jolie was exposing their children to "needless pain" and increased public scrutiny by filing the documents.

    • Jolie's team, meanwhile, says Pitt is more concerned about covering up evidence of his own bad behavior.
    • In a hearing yesterday, the judge did not see Pitt's request as an "emergency action" but also did not deny the request to seal the documents.
    • Rather, a new hearing has been scheduled for January.


  • Thu, 08 Dec 2016 01:00:00 EST

    Following the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, comedian Dane Cook took to Instagram to call out Nick Cannon for wearing a pink turban, which he felt was inappropriate.

    "He wore a matching tie and bottom lip lipstick too to match this horrific clothing mistake x10000. This pic makes me so frustrated that I want to delete it already ... I just opened my fridge and punched into it in utter disbelief," Cook wrote attached to a photo of Cannon. The rant goes on to tell Cannon that he "...cannon’t wear this f--king thing agin."

    • Cannon responded, telling the comedian to call him so he can school him in the "King Business." He previously explained that wearing a turban is more than a trendy fashion choice. "I want to represent my inner king, and to do it in a fly way," he said.


  • Thu, 08 Dec 2016 01:00:00 EST

    Amy Schumer is taking aim at critics who have slammed her potential casting as Barbie in an upcoming live-action film.

    The comedian posted a picture of herself in a swimsuit on Instagram this week, saying those who attempted to fat shame her have failed because she knows she's not fat and has "zero shame" in her game.

    • Schumer says the backlash has made it evident that she's a "great choice" to play "an important and evolving icon." The plot involves the character getting kicked out of Barbieland for not being perfect enough and going on an adventure in the real world.
    • "I am strong and proud of how I live my life and say what I mean and fight for what I believe in and I have a blast doing it with the people I love," she wrote on Instagram. "Where's the shame?"


  • Thu, 08 Dec 2016 01:00:00 EST

    Johnny Depp has once again topped Forbes' annual list of the most overpaid actors in Hollywood.

    The magazine looked at the actor’s last three significant movie releases, deducted the estimated budgets from their global box office, then divided by the actor's estimated income.

    • Overall, Depp's films have returned $2.80 for every $1 he was paid to star in them. Second on the list was Will Smith, another superstar who has suffered a recent string of box office flops.
    • But some actors made the list even despite some successful films in the measuring period. For instance, Channing Tatum came in at number three, even though Magic Mike XXL was a hit.
    • His returns were dragged down mostly due to the sci-fi epic Jupiter Ascending, which barely covered its budget at the box office.


  • Thu, 08 Dec 2016 01:00:00 EST

    Russell Crowe will not be charged after removing Azealia Banks from his Beverly Hills Hotel suite back in October.

    The Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office has determined his actions were justified. It was reported at the time that Russell physically removed her from his hotel room after she made threats against the people there.

    • ut Azealia alleged that Russell made derogatory comments and choked her. It was later confirmed that Russell also spit at Azealia during the incident.
    • The D.A.'s Office interviewed witnesses to the incident and they confirmed Azealia was yelling racial slurs and acting aggressively.
    • Russell was "justified to prevent the imminent violence threatened by Banks," and the spitting was "incidental to preventing more serious threatened violence."


  • Thu, 08 Dec 2016 01:00:00 EST

    SHANNON DOHERTY'S HUSBAND SUES EX-MANAGER: Shannon Doherty's husband Kurt Iswarienko is suing the actress' former management company, Tanner Mainstain Glynn & Johnson. He is filing suit against the business managers for destroying his intimate life with Doherty. (The managers allegedly let her health insurance lapse, which resulted in a delayed diagnosis of breast cancer, a disease she is currently battling). Doherty sued herself for $15 million in 2015 and settled a year later for an undisclosed sum.

    REPORT: SOFIA VERGARA BEING SUED BY FROZEN EMBRYOS: Actress Sophia Vergara is being sued by her fertilized eggs, the New York Post reports. On Tuesday, a right-to-live lawsuit was filed on behalf of the frozen embryos, listed officially as Emma and Isabella in court papers filed in Louisiana. The lawsuit comes amid the ongoing embryo custody battle between Vergara and former fiancé Nick Loeb. The embryos were created through IVF and remain frozen at a fertility clinic in Beverly Hills.

    TINA FEY IS CONCERNED ABOUT HOW THE INTERNET IS AFFECTING SOCIETY: Tina Fey and David Letterman got together at Circo in Manhattan to talk parenting, friends and of course, Lorne Michaels. In the discussion, published Wednesday in The Hollywood Reporter, she delved deep, touching on the current state of civility: "The thing I worry about more than actual human interaction is the internet. Because that's just despicable: people just being able to be awful to each other without having to be in the same room. It's metastasizing now, thanks to our glorious president-elect who can't muster the dignity of a seventh-grader. It's so easy for people to abuse each other and to abandon all civility." The entire thought-provoking piece is worth a read. Link below.

    FASHION HOUSES REFUSE TO DRESS PLUS-SIZE ASHLEY GRAHAM FOR VOGUE: Wow. The British Vogue editor-in-chief was so horrified by top fashion brands' refusal to dress Ashley Graham for the January cover shoot, she went public with the story. In her cover letter, Alexandra Shulman wrote: "It seems strange to me that while the rest of the world is desperate for fashion to embrace broader definitions of physical beauty, some of our most famous fashion brands appear to be travelling in the opposite – and, in my opinion, unwise – direction." Graham is the first plus-size model to grace the cover of British Vogue. Coach gladly provided the clothes when others would not, and the results are stunning. See below.

    LILY-ROSE DEPP MAKES RUNWAY DEBUT: Lily-Rose Depp, the 17-year-old model and actress who also happens to be the daughter of Johnny Depp and Vanessa Paradis, made her runway modeling debut at the Ritz Paris for Chanel. She has also modeled in print ads for Chanel No. 5 for the house. See photos below.


  • Thu, 08 Dec 2016 01:00:00 EST

    NATASHA LYONNE, WILL ARNETT TO STAR IN SHOW DOGS: Natasha Lyonne and Will Arnett will lead the cast of Show Dogs. Arnett will play an FBI agent with a Rottweiler named Max (who will be voiced by Ludacris). Lyonne will play a dog trainer. The family feature will showcase a network of illegal animal traders is uncovered at a dog show. Stanley Tucci, Shaquille O'Neal and Alan Cumming are also part of the cast. Raja Gosnell will direct.

    FRANK MARSHALL, PETER BERG, MANDALAY SPORTS COLLABORATE ON OLYMPIC CHANNEL: Frank Marshall, Peter Berg and Mandalay Sports Media are teaming up to create a signature documentary series for the Olympic Channel. Berg will direct the first film in the series, which is set to explore the life of Cuban boxer Teofilo Stevenson. Dubbed Five Rings Films, the series will be comprised of five episodes, each of which will showcase stories from the modern Olympic era. The four remaining subjects have not been announced.

    WHOOPI GOLDBERG TO PRODUCE, POSSIBLY STAR IN HARLEM RACIAL DRAMA: Whoopi Goldberg's contract at The View expires at the end of the season and it looks like she may be eyeing a return to acting, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Goldberg is teaming up with Bravo on an as-yet-untitled project centered on a Harlem crime boss reunited with her son, whom she thought was dead. (Instead, he is passing as white and running for mayor of New York City.) Goldberg and her One Ho Productions president Tom Leonardis will executive produce. Amitabh Klemm (Swing State, The Art of Stalking, Lifeline) will write the script and also produce the project.

    DREAMWORKS BUYS ANTHONY JASWINSKI THRILLER HIGHWAY ONE: DreamWorks has snapped up Highway One, a spec script penned by sleeper summer hit The Shallows writer Tony Jaswinski with Denise DiNovi set to direct. Highway One will be produced by Lynn Harris and Matti Leshem via Weimaraner Republic.

    TURNER & SNAPCHAT EXPAND PARTNERSHIP: Turner and Snap, Inc. are expanding their existing partnership in a content, distribution and ad deal that includes more coverage of Turner live sports events, including the launch of a new Bleacher Report Discover Channel on January 4th. They will also develop original content from series and brands such as TBS, Adult Swim, truTV and others for the mobile audience.