Monday, September 29, 2014
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George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin arrive for civil ceremony in Venice
On Monday, George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin made their vows official with a formal civil wedding ceremony. The human right’s lawyer looked chic wearing a pair of cream wide leg trousers and matching top with navy waist band.  
The Equalizer starring Denzel Washington is number 1 at box office with $35 million

R rated action movie The Equalizer had one of the biggest September openings ever this weekend with an estimated $35 million. That ranks 4th all time in September behind  

George Clooney's Lebanese father-in-law: Wedding is very good news for the Middle East
George Clooney's new father-in-law Ramzi Alamuddin says the wedding between the actor and Amal Alamuddin is "very good news" — not just for his family but also for the Middle East. "It was grand simple and perfect. The couple really do match. It is very good news among the bad news we are living now."
Beyonce's shirt popped open during an enthusiastic dance routine (pix)
on Saturday Beyonce had a wardrobe malfunction in front of 60,000 people when she performed in New York. She revealed her flesh colored bra when her shirt popped open during an enthusiastic dance routine.
The Simpsons season premiere kills of a character (spoiler alert)
After a year of rampant speculation, we finally learned which Simpsons character bit the dust on Sunday night’s season 26 premiere. Spoiler alert.
Jennifer Lopez and Leah Remini rear ended by drunk driver
Jennifer Lopez and her close friend, former King of Queens star Leah Remini, were stopped at a red light along the Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu, California, Saturday night, when they were rear ended by a drunk driver, according to Lopez's Instagram.
The Mentalist upcoming 7th season confirmed to be the last
Tim Kang made the news official recently via Twitter: "This is our 7th and final season. Looking at the scripts now, it's so fun and such a great season!"
George Clooney wedding: five things we learned in Venice
Here are five little known facts and rumors about the George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin wedding weekend: The Washington Post said George Clooney reportedly vowed never to
Fantasy interview with Barbra Streisand (video)
Randy Rainbow, the gay YouTube personality best known for faking phone conversations with controversial celebrities, has a fantasy chat with the legendary performer in the latest episode of Chewing the Scenery With Randy Rainbow.
George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin wedding weekend in pictures
A day after their over the top wedding, George Clooney and his bride, human-rights lawyer Amal Alamuddin, continued to make a splash in Venice, Italy.
Emma Watson has the wrong idea about feminism
Andrea Peyser: "Sorry to disappoint you, Emma Watson. But I am not a feminist. Oh, I believe gals should be paid the same as guys for doing the same work. But I believe women should
Rosie O'Donnell on Obama's air strikes against Syria: there's a financial agenda attached to it
The View co-host Rosie O'Donnell insisted that there is a "financial agenda" in the United States's actions against Syria. She said: "I can't get out of my head the fact that Syria has a lot of oil. A lot of oil. Not a lot of oil in Rwanda or the Congo. Atrocities there all the time."
Robert Pattinson may leave Hollywood: I think I might be done with Los Angeles
Robert Pattinson, 28, told The Independent's Radar magazine that he needs to come home to England. "I think I might be done with Los Angeles. I've just realized that in the past few weeks".
Liam Neeson's movie kills are mapped out by film company
In honor of Walk Among The Tombstone, the film distribution company eONeFilms released a very detailed map on the many deaths that have occurred by Liam Neeson’s hand in his violent movies.
George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin: pictures in Venice
Here are pictures of George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin and their friends in Venice, Italy for the wedding weekend.
The Simpsons character's death leaves fans unmoved
The Grim Reaper visited Springfield for the 26th season premiere of The Simpsons on Sunday. Fans were warned about the death in advance, but that may have been a mistake.
Jane Fonda: my mother was sexually abused when she was 8 years old
Jane Fonda said she reviewed her mother Frances Ford Seymour's medical records and discovered she had been sexually abused when she was 8 years old. Her mother committed suicide when Fonda was 12.
Valerie Jarrett makes TV debut on The Good Wife: it doesn't work
Mike Hale: "Sunday marked the debut of the Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett, playing herself in a plot line that saw her going along with an Eli Gold ploy to encourage Alicia to run for state’s attorney.
Fashion Police searching for Joan Rivers replacement: no formal conveersations
The show will go on without Joan Rivers. One name in serious contention is Kathy Griffin - though the source dismisses a Page Six report claiming Griffin, 53, campaigned for the gig while Rivers was in a coma as "ridiculous."
Roger Moore memoir One Lucky Bastard: Tales from Tinseltown
Roger Moore's memoir One Lucky Bastard: Tales from Tinseltown, he recalls his friendships with everyone from Frank Sinatra to David Niven to Peter O’Toole. It’s a breezy memoir filled with amusing anecdotes, including a delicious one about Joan Collins.
Django Unchained actress Daniele Watts writes op ed on why she didn't cooperate with LAPD
Danielle Watts was detained by Los Angeles Police officers on September 11 following a 911 caller's complaint of indecent exposure. In an op ed for the Orlando Sentinel she writes:
The British are coming to Broadway this spring
Michael Riedel: Nowhere is Anglophilia more acute than on Broadway. Already announced for the spring are two British imports about the monarchy: The Audience starring Helen Mirren
Quote of the day
John Cusack

"Why wouldn’t you have contempt for the movie business? It sucks most of the time.”

The Guardian
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