Friday, April 18, 2014
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X-Men director Bryan Singer accused of sexually abusing boy, 15, at California mansion
Bryan Singer, whose first hit as a director was 1995’s The Usual Suspects, allegedly met accuser Michael Egan III, then 15, in 1998 at a mansion in Encino, California that was the site of regular drug fueled underage sex attacks.  
Bryan Singer's accuser: you were a piece of meat to these people

Michael Egan III, now 31, spoke to the media about the publicly addressed the damning allegations that X-Men director Bryan Singer was part of a group of men that molested underage boys after feeding them drugs and alcohol.  

Bryan Singer's attorney: it's clear that these statements (of sexual abuse) are fabricated
Martin Singer, director Bryan Singer's attorney, said: 'It's clear that these statements are fabricated. If Bryan had done anything wrong, he would have been included in the previous lawsuit.'
Director Bryan Singer accused of sexually abusing a boy in 1999
A lawsuit filed Wednesday in Hawaii Federal Court alleges that director Bryan Singer raped the boy, used other force and forced him to inhale cocaine. Singer's lawyer calls the suit "absurd and defamatory."
Lindsay Lohan says making the list of sexual partners was part of her recovery process
Lindsay Lohan explained that making the list of her sexual partners, which includes the late Heath Ledger, Adam Levine, Justin Timberlake, Colin Farrell, James Franco and Garret Hedlund, was part of her recovery process.
Where did Johnny Depp go wrong?
Johnny Depp’s latest, sci-fi thriller Transcendence marks his career’s ongoing descent. Is Johnny just in it for the money these days? Surely not. Did he simply stop caring?
Gosnell TV movie becomes Indiegogo's most successful crowd funding campaign
The team behind the TV movie about convicted killer Kermit Gosnell counted on the public to help them fund their project. They said mainstream media and Hollywood didn't give Gosnell's horrific crimes the attention they deserved.
Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Nobel Prize winning author, dies at 87
Gabriel Garcia Marquez, the Nobel Prize winning Colombian novelist whose One Hundred Years of Solitude enchanted millions of readers around the world and popularized the emerging Latin American literary genre known as magic realism, has died. He was 87.
Sofia Vergara on threesome scene with Sharon Stone in Fading Gigolo (video)
Sofia Vergara and Sharon Stone co-star with John Turturro who plays a male escort teaming up with an unlikely pimp (Woody Allen) to make a little extra money. The three actors engage in a menage a trois at one point in the film.
Man details sexual abuse claims against director Bryan Singer and others
Michael Egan, now 31, claims he was sexually abused by X-Men franchise director Bryan Singer when he was 15 said that he reported the molestation to authorities at the time and he does not know why charges were never pursued.
Jersey Boys film trailer directed by Clint Eastwood(video)
Here’s the first trailer for Clint Eastwood‘s adaptation of the Tony winning Broadway smash Jersey Boys about legendary early rock group the Four Seasons.
Whoopi Goldberg is now a columnist for Denver Post: the vape pen has changed my life
Whoopi Goldberg: As I write my debut column for The Cannabist, talking about this newly legal weed and admiring the states that have had the foresight to legalize medical marijuana, I’m most tempted
Miley Cyrus to remain hospitalized after allergic reaction and tweets: Can't quit crying I wanna go back on tour
Miley Cyrus, 21, came down with a sinus infection while on tour in North Carolina a week ago. Her rep said: "She was prescribed the antibiotic cephalexin which she has now suffered an extreme allergic reaction to."
Glen Campbell moved into a care facility
Glen Campbell has been moved into a care facility three years after being diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease. A family friend said: "He was moved to an Alzheimer's facility last week. I'm not sure what the permanent plan is for him yet. We'll know more next week."
Is rock's flippant attitude towards mental health changing?
What rock has seldom done is engage with mental health in any meaningful way. Kitten Pyramid's tour of psychiatric hospitals suggests a more enlightened approach to mental illness in music.
Bryan Singeer skips this weekend's WonderCon fanfest
In the wake of shocking allegations of sexual abuse against Bryan Singer that surfaced five weeks before the launch of the new X-Men film, Singer has cancelled a scheduled appearance at this weekend’s WonderCon in Anaheim.
James Franco and Broadway's tweet nothings
Michael Riedel: James Franco, who’s got itchy fingers when it comes to his Instagram account (hello, young lady!), lashed out at Big Ben Brantley yesterday, calling the Times critic a “little bitch” and “an idiot” for panning his performance in Of Mice and Men.
Bill Clinton surprises Sting & Trudie Styler at Rainforest Fund 25th Annniversary
When Bill Clinton walked on stage last night I don’t know who looked more surprised, Sting or wife Trudie Styler. There was uncertainty that Clinton would come to the star studded Carnegie Hall audience for the Rainforest Foundation’s 25th anniversary, that he was never announced.
Lindsay Lohan is humiliated by leaked sex list as she cries in finale of failed reality show
Lindsay Lohan confirmed the authenticity of the list detailing her alleged celebrity sex partners not only in a preview for the finale of her docu-series on Oprah Winfrey's OWN network but also during an appearance on Bravo's Watch What Happens Live that aired on Thursday night.
The Mystery of Irma Vep - blissfully funny comedy of outlandish manners.
A comedy of gothic proportions, a comedy of outlandish imagination and wit that gives new meaning to the word “ridiculous”.
Why are there no butch lesbians on television?
Vanessa Vitiello: As the ranks of TV femmes grow ever larger, it’s starting to get just a little bit annoying for a proud butch lesbian like me.
Quote of the day
Ronnie Spector

"Maybe I would've been better off marrying John Lennon or Keith Richards. I always fantasise about that."

"I had a black and Cherokee mom and a white father, and that was different. And we (the Ronettes) were pretty. We didn't have wigs like the other girl groups, it was our real hair."

The Guardian
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