Poor Jennifer Lawrence. She wins a Golden Globe for her performance in “Silver Linings Playbook” and yet all anyone can talk about is how she “dissed” Meryl Streep in her acceptance speech. When Lawrence popped on stage to receive her reward, the first thing she said was, “It says I beat Meryl!” leading Lindsay Lohan — yes, that Lindsay Lohan — to tweet “no1 should ever mess with a legend, such as Meryl Streep.” The thing is, Lindz and everyone else who thought Jennifer was being a snot, “It says I beat Meryl” is a famous line from the hilaaaaaaarious movie “The First Wives Club.” Watch as Jennifer explains herself on last night’s “Late Show with David Letterman,” and then check out the original after the jump… Keep reading »
Last week, the internet, nay, the world was riveted by The New York Times Magazine‘s wildly entertaining and totally compelling behind-the-scenes look at Lindsay Lohan’s upcoming film “The Canyons.” Penned by Bret Easton Ellis and also starring porn star James Deen, “The Canyons” is clearly destined to be this year’s “Showgirls.” And now we have a clip to whet our appetites! In this scene — which I’ve decided to call “Oh No, Lindsay Lohan Can’t Find Her Cell Phone!” — Lindsay’s character Tara wakes up to find that her iPhone is missing and sets about finding it without waking up her sleeping, rage-filled boyfriend. Will she succeed?! Find out. (FYI, video is NSFW because of language.)
If you pay any attention to celeb gossip, you know that Lindsay Lohan, while marginally talented, is not getting much work these days, thanks, in part, to the high cost of insurance big movie studios must pay when hiring her for their films. Her history of arrest, drug issues, hospitalization, general tardiness and disrespect for everyone else she makes a movie with means she’s a pricey casting decision. But small budget films don’t bother with insurance, which is part of the reason why the makers of the upcoming “The Canyons” was willing to take the risk of hiring Lohan to play opposite porn star James Deen in the Bret Easton Ellis-penned film. But that doesn’t mean Lohan was on good behavior. Keep reading »
“I haven’t talked to [Lindsay Lohan] in a long time because it seemed like she was getting into some more trouble. I’ve tried to help her. I think one of the reasons it’s so hard is when she gets in trouble, she gets all this attention and I’m sure she gets book offers. Like she goes to jail, and instead of feeling like I really hit a low place, she’ll get a crazy offer for her jail memoir.”
Normally I’m, like, “Shut up, James Franco” about … everything. But here, I actually think he has a good
diagnosis point. It’s probably hard for LiLo to hit rock bottom when some entertainment industry vulture is lurking around every corner with a Lifetime original movie or lucrative strip club gig. I’m dying to know how Franco tried to help her and whether it involved interpretive dance or performance art. [The Superficial] [Photo: Fame/Flynet]
The breakdown of Charlie Sheen will be making VH1 countdowns for decades. It was impossible to look away from—a perfect collision of drugs, porn stars, alcohol abuse, public drunkenness, and use of social media. We got an inside look at the undoing of one of the highest paid stars in TV history. I thought that Charlie would disappear from the face of the earth after that, but he has actually stayed on the radar and seems to be doing pretty well—by his standards. But the former “Two and a Half Men” star is still looking to fill a void: the goddess void.
After his crazed episode, Charlie found himself goddess-less. But the position may be soon filled; National Enquirer reports in the print edition that Charlie “is in hot pursuit of Lindsay [Lohan]. He wants her to be his new goddess.” Read more…