Sweetness in this truly modern family. Elton John and David Furnish released the above photo of their new son, Elijah Joseph Daniel Furnish-John. The young one joins big brother Zachary Jackson Levon, born to the same surrogate two years ago.
Oh thank God. Lucasfilm has decided to kill any “Star Wars” 3D re-releases. Thank you, Jesus.
Isn’t “Tomorrowland” what the gypsies called the city in “Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome”? It’s confusing because that’s now the official title of George Clooney‘s Disney flick, previously titled “1952.” It’s based on a Disney theme park. First “Big Thunder Mountain,” now this.
Because Kris Jenner doesn’t have enough to do, she’s hosting a new talk show called “Kris,” starting this summer. We think she’s just gearing up for the eventual end of all of those E! reality shows. There’s only so much Kardashian reality we can take.
Seriously, a chicken wing heist to the tune of $65,000? That’s a really big Super Bowl party.
The Guardian wonders why Mike Tyson is starring in a crime drama show — “Law and Order: Special Victims Unit” — about rape. It’s one of those Hollywood questions with no good answer.
Paul Giamatti will play the Rhino in “The Amazing Spider-Man 2.” Clearly, he can play anything or any creature, and we’ll be there to watch.
Awww… sad face. Hugh Hefner is “devastated” over the death of his longtime secretary Mary O’Connor. They’d worked together for more than 40 years.
Robert Rodriguez says he’s making a fourth “El Mariachi” film. We’re cool with that. “All I wanted was to be a mariachi, like my ancestors. But the city I thought would bring me luck brought only a curse.”
Check this out! Apparently, a real-life miniature “Star Trek”-style tractor beam has been created in a lab. So what if it’s only able to yank around microscopic matter? It’s a start, people!