I think it’s safe to say that Shia LaBeouf has gone full Amanda Bynes. The actor was allegedly escorted from the Broadway musical production “Cabaret” in handcuffs last night, and arrested for disorderly conduct. According to various sources, LaBeouf was supposedly smoking inside the theater and hitting audience members in the back of the head. When police were called, according to Page Six, Shia tried to walk away but fell down — that’s when they put him in handcuffs and removed him from the theater for questioning. At the police precinct in Midtown Manhattan, LaBeouf allegedly kept spitting at officers and at one point yelled, “Fuck you, I’ll fuck you!” so they put dudebro in a FACE MASK (like, Hannibal Lecter style?!). Then while being fingerprinted, LaBeouf reportedly told one cop, “I have millions and millions of dollars and attorneys and I’m going to ruin your career.” He then supposedly called him a fag. Keep reading »
“Nymphomaniac” is notorious for being one of the most sexually explicit movies of the year, but that’s not stopping New York’s Sunshine Cinema from letting babies attend screenings of the Lars Von Trier film … for free. The theater offers noon screenings so parents can bring their crying babies to the movies without getting the stank eye from other theatergoers. The website reads:
“The Sunshine Cinema welcomes caregivers and their babies on Wednesdays for our special Rattle & Reel screenings. Adults pay normal admission prices but all babies are FREE! Tickets available at the box office only on the day of show. Screening Wednesday, March 26 at 12:00 noon: Nymphomaniac Volume I. Screening Wednesday, April 2 at 12:00 noon: TBA”
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This is my life: after every major awards show, I lie awake contemplating my feelings toward Taylor Swift. What we have is a love/hate relationship of epic proportions, that leaves me fighting an inner battle every time I see her on television. Do I cheer? Hiss? Pre-order her next album? Most of the time I just watch her with awe, annoyed that I’m so compelled by someone who bothers me so much. But she’s not the only celebrity who leaves me with conflicted feelings. Here’s a whole gaggle of stars we love to hate (and hate to love).