THE DAY AFTER
If Emma Thompson appeared to be having a grand old time at Sunday night’s Golden Globe Awards, she wasn’t showing any ill effects the next morning. One day after she was seen traipsing barefoot around the Beverly Hilton ballroom with a martini glass in one hand and her Christian Louboutin heels in the other, the English actress was spotted at Disneyland with her daughter in tow. Thompson, 54, and her 14-year-old daughter Gaia made the short trek to Anaheim to explore the Magic Kingdom and even posed happily in front of the Sleeping Beauty castle.
Source: The Daily Mail
Pamela Anderson has gotten married for a fourth time by remarrying one of her previous husbands. The Canadian-born model/actress turned up on the red carpet of Sean Penn’s Help Haiti gala last weekend wearing a rock on her ring finger. When E! News asked Anderson if she had remarried her former husband Rick Salomon, she replied, “Yes,” adding that, “We’re very happy. Our families are very happy and that’s all that matters.” Anderson, 46, had been spotted out and about with Salomon, 45, in recent months. The couple originally married in October, 2007 and separated two months later. Anderson was previously married to Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee from 1995 to 1998 and to singer Kid Rock from 2006 to 2007. Salomon is a film producer also known for appearing in the infamous Paris Hilton sex video.
Source: E! News
Short-fused rapper Kanye West allegedly attacked an 18-year-old male inside the waiting room of an L.A. chiropractor’s office. According to reports, West’s paramour, reality star Kim Kardashian, was entering a Beverly Hills medical building Monday when the unnamed man began directing racial epithets at the paparazzi clamouring around her. When Kardashian chastised the man for his use of language, he shifted his anger and called her an offensive word. West arrived moments later and met up with Kardashian and reports say the pair rushed into the waiting room of chiropractor Richard Hill where they found the same young man, whom West allegedly punched in the face. According to eyewitnesses, Kardashian screamed, “We have it all on tape!”
Aren’t you just a little curious about Jennifer Lawrence’s boyfriend? Most people who watched Sunday night’s Golden Globes broadcast were completely unaware that the man sitting beside her throughout the ceremony was her boyfriend Nicholas Hoult, a 24-year-old English actor still best known for his breakout role in the 2002 comedy drama About A Boy. When Lawrence was named best supporting actor for her performance in American Hustle, Hoult gave her a romantic kiss before she made her way to the stage. Lawrence, 23, is known for keeping details of her personal life under tight wraps. “I have a good group of friends that I’ve had for a really long time,” she told People magazine.
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Canadians are set to double up on TV content in the coming year. According to a new report from Deloitte Canada, more than 2.5 million Canadian households will have multiple subscriptions – paying for television through a traditional provider and adding at least one other online TV service – in the year ahead. The projected increase would be a hike of more than 150 per cent in comparison to 2012 TV-viewing statistics. About 11.8-million Canadian households subscribed to a traditional provider in 2013, despite the fact that only an estimated 10,000 households cancelled their TV service.
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IN THE CARDS
Get ready for the big-screen version of Magic: The Gathering. 20th Century Fox has inked a deal to acquire the movie rights to the popular fantasy card game from Hasbro and has plans to develop the story into a franchise comparable to Harry Potter, and Lord of the Rings. The studio has already signed writer-producer Simon Kinberg, who previously oversaw the movie adaptations of the X-Men, and Fantastic Four for Fox, will oversee the studio’s development of the project. The role-playing game Magic: The Gathering was first introduced in 1993 by the publishing firm Wizards of the Coast, which also controls the popular Dungeons & Dragons franchise.
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