Jessica Simpson was reportedly “shocked and horrified” by Nick Lachey’s comments about her dad. Lachey appeared on a US TV show last week and was quizzed on his failed marriage to Simpson.
Glee star Cory Monteith has checked into rehab for substance addiction. The 30-year-old television actor has entered a treatment facility on his own volition, People magazine reports
Look closely and you can make out a theme running through Russell Brand’s major movie roles to date: lascivious rock star, drug-addicted rock star, drunk, rich drunk and an Easter Bunny who would rather be a rock star. But if Brand’s acting career lacks range, he hasn’t suffered for it.
The Easter Bunny or rather, his rambunctious teenage son E.B., as voiced by Russell Brand came early this year, as Hop, the kid-friendly mix of live action and cartoonery released by Universal’s new animation unit, earned $38.12 million, according to early studio estimates, to thump the new thrillers Source Code and Insidious and land at the top of the North American box office. But for Hollywood, which has seen severe drops each weekend from the same times last year, the pre-Easter presents have been rotten eggs.
Summoning millions of underage minions to the multiplex, the Disney Company landed its teen gold mine, Miley Cyrus, at the top of the Easter weekend box office. Hannah Montana: The Movie, a big-screen version of the Disney Channel series, exceeded the predictions of the industry swamis. It registered the biggest opening day for any G-rated movie and proved that Hollywood should never underestimate the drawing power of Hannah and her kid sisters.
Mass in a tent village. Handouts of donated chocolate Easter eggs, and a holiday lunch consisting of aid food. It’s not the way people in L’Aquila expected to celebrate their Easter holiday.