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Mark Wahlberg is the World's Highest Paid Actor in 2017 with $68 million
Mark (Markie Mark) Wahlberg is officially Richie Rich: The former rapper turned actor is Hollywood's highest paid leading man, earning $68 million pretax in our 12 month scoring period for Transformers: The Last Knight and the forthcoming Daddy's Home 2. https:  
Mariah Carey: I have always had low self esteem

Mariah Carey: “I just feel like I am a regular human being and I deserve the same respect as anybody else. I have always had low self-esteem, and people do not recognize that. I can’t measure what type of respect I deserve - I really can’t.”


Hacked nude pictures of Tiger Woods and Lindsey Vonn spark legal fight
Tiger Woods is threatening to take a celebrity gossip website to court for leaking a nude photo of him online in a recent hack of several stars, including Tiger Woods’ ex-girlfriend Lindsey Vonn.
Jay-Z and Beyoncé get a $52.8 million mortgage for Bel-Air mansion
Jay Z and Beyoncé are worth more than a billion dollars combined. Through blind trusts, they paid $88 million for a Los Angeles estate and they are carrying a mortgage of $52.8 million.
Robert De Niro on Trump: we're at a crisis in this country with this fool
Robert DeNiro on President Trump: "But at this point, we’re at a crisis in this country with this fool, who never should have gotten into the position that he’s in".
Tiger Woods threatens legal action against website publishing nude photos of him and Lindsey Vonn
Tiger Woods and his Olympic skier ex-girlfriend Lindsey Vonn are among the latest stars to be victimized by a hacker and a website that posted their private nude photos online.
Darren Aronofsky doesn’t want you to know anything about Mother!
Darren Aronofsky, 48, latest film is Mother! (exclamation point required), takes place in the countryside home of an idyllic couple (Jennifer Lawrence and Javier Bardem). Unexpected visitors (Ed Harris and Michelle Pfeiffer) arrive; horrifying entropy sets in.
Jerry Lewis telethons raised billions for muscular dystrophy - many cheered when he went off the air
Every Labor Day weekend from 1966 to 2010, Jerry Lewis and his celebrity pals (Sammy Davis Jr., Johnny Carson, Jack Benny) would be on television for almost 24 hours, raising money for the Muscular Dystrophy Association on his annual telethon.
Joss Whedon Is a ‘hypocrite preaching feminist ideals": says ex wife Kai Cole
Director Joss Whedon is the man behind The Avengers, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” He was married for 16 years Kai Cole. She wrote a guest blog saying: "joss admitted
Morgan Freeman to receive SAG Life Achievement Award
Morgan Freeman has been named the 54th recipient of the SAG Life Achievement award for career achievement and humanitarian accomplishment.
George & Amal Clooney donate $1M to Southern Poverty Law Center to combat hate
Southern Poverty Law Center is partnering with the Clooney Foundation for Justice to increase its ability to combat hate groups in the USA by highlighting the dangers of white-supremacist ideology.
Bill Coby hires lawyer who defended Michael Jackson to defend him in sex assault case
Bill Cosby, 80, hired Los Angeles lawyer Tom Mesereau, who successfully defended Michael Jackson in 2005 against child molestation charges, to represent him at a November 6 retrial in his sexual assault case.
World's first album composed and produced by an AI has been unveiled
A music album called I AM AI, the featured single of which is set to release on August 21st, is the first album that's entirely composed and produced by an artificial intelligence. It works in collaboration
Chelsea Handler: I hoped eclipse would mean Trump's resignation
Chelsea Handler tweeted: “Wouldn’t it be nice for the eclipse to coincide with trump’s resignation and/or arrest. Preferably in his underwear and handcuffs?”
Daniel Craig was lured back to play James Bond so he "could make history"
Daniel Craig, 49, was lured back to play James Bond one more time by the promise he’d “make history,” says a source. The next Bond film’s 2019 release date means that Daniel Craig will
Miles Teller is engaged to longtime girlfriend Keleigh Sperry
Whiplash star, 30, proposed to girlfriend Keleigh Sperry while on a safari in South Africa, according to Sperry’s sister, Christie Sperry York, who posted photos of the newly engaged couple on Instagram..
The feel good Hallmark Channel is booming
You or someone in your close circle of friends watches the Hallmark Channel. Ratings are booming. Hallmark was the only non-news channel in the top 15 to see substantial viewership growth last year.
Robert De Niro: Trump is terrible and a flat-out blatant racist
Robert De Niro on Trump: "if he was smart, he’d be even more dangerous. He’s dangerous as it is. He’s terrible, and a flat-out blatant racist and doubling down on that, and it’s good that he does because he’s going to sink himself”.
Mel Brooks: Gene Wilder was sick andI knew it
Mel Brooks: "Gene Wilder was sick, and I knew it. He was such a dear friend. I expected it. I expected he would go. But, I don't know. When it happens, it's still tremendous. It's a big shock. I'm still reeling from no more Gene. I can't call him. He was such a wonderful part of my life."
Norman Lear's senior comedy Guess Who Died is moving rorward at NBC
NBC gave a sizable pilot-production commitment to Norman Lear's long gestating comedy Guess Who Died. Lear and producer Peter Tolan (Rescue Me) will co-write the script and exec produce the single camera comedy.
Seller of hate music is shutting down his business to find "spiritual peace"
Steven Wiegand of New Jersey, one of the largest purveyors of white supremacist music and merchandise in the country, said he will shutter his business in hope of finding “spiritual peace.”
Reality series about women’s quest to have a child In works at Fox
Fox is eyeing a return to provocative reality fare with Labor Of Love, a new unscripted series project that would follow professional women in their 30s or 40s who decide to have a baby.
Jerry Lewis, a jester both silly and stormy, dies at 91
Jerry Lewis, the comedian, actor and filmmaker who was adored by many, disdained by others, but unquestionably a defining figure of American entertainment in the 20th century, died on Sunday morning at his home in Las Vegas. He was 91.
Comic and philanthropist Jerry Lewis dies at 91
Jerry Lewis died Sunday morning of natural causes in Las Vegas with his family by his side. In a show business career that spanned more than 70 years, Lewis at various times was said to be the highest-paid nightclub comic, television entertainer and film director in the world.
Andy Warhol biography to detail his love life and work
The art world is buzzing about an upcoming biography on Andy Warhol by art critic Blake Gopnik. He reportedly interviewed hundreds of sources, including many of Warhol’s lovers, over four years.
Denzel Washington to star on Broadway this spring in The Iceman Cometh
Michael Riedel: Denzel Washington returning to Broadway for a 14 week run of Eugene O’Neill’s drama The Iceman Cometh to be directed by five time Tony winner George C. Wolfe starting March 22.
Jerry Lewis: the knockabout clown with a dark and melancholy inner life
Jerry Lewis, the former comedy partner of Dean Martin, and star of films such as The Nutty Professor and The King of Comedy, was a complex, brilliant figure who evolved into an audacious cinematic innovator.
Ronnie Wood: Bowie’s death especially affected me – we were the same age
Veteran rocker Ronnie Wood, 70: "I’ve definitely been in the right place at the right time, with a little bit of manipulation on my part, just kind of pushing everybody out of the way and getting in."
Quote of the day
Ronnie Wood

"Both with the drugs and the drink, luckily I had a cut out point that would rescue me. In the midst of the oblivion, I’d suddenly think something like, “One more of those pills, and it’s all going to be over.” You’re watching people around you, taking them like sweets, all “Wahey!”, and I’d be thinking: “Don’t do that.” You had to be continually on your guard."

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