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The Entertation Index: February 28

February 28, 2011

Um, James, this is not what real gang fights look like.

Franco, James – The Oscar host is looking to work with director Harmony Korine on a project that would film an actual Los Angeles street-gang fight, with real knives.  This is the worst idea for cinema since Roland Emmerich tried to stage an actual alien invasion of Earth.

Link: Franco’s New Project? (NY Post)

Lopez, Jennifer – The American Idol judge wept openly when she had to inform singer Chris Medina, whose story regarding his severely disabled fiancée touched millions of viewers, that he was cut from the show.  In doing so, Lopez showed AI producers that they had replaced Paula Abdul with Paula Abdul.

Link: Lopez Emotional (PopEater)

Neil, Vince – The former Motley Crue singer was released from jail a little early after serving time for his 2010 DUI conviction.  Neil, looking like the love child of Mickey Rourke and David Cross, discovered to his disappointment that jail was not, as hinted at in Chained Heat, filled with girls girls girls.

Link: Neil In Jail (Music Mix)

Roseanne – Gruff comedienne Barr has accused an ex-husband of having a history of “going to the Phillipines and bringing home a woman, and marrying and divorcing her after a period of time.”  This sort of despicable…wait, how many times do you have to do something before it becomes a “history”?

Link: Rosanne’s Ex (TMZ)

Sheen, Charlie – Now that the world will be rid of new episodes of Two and A Half Men for a bit, Sheen takes aim at, well, you and me and everyone in a radio interview.  Funny thing is, as crazy and scattershot as his rant is, it’s pretty articulate and funny.  Kind of like if Gary Busey took anti-psychotics.

Link: Sheen’s Shots (Huffington Post)

Spelling, Tori – The Beverly Hills: 90210 alum and husband Dean were asked to be godparents to the adopted daughter of her good friends and “Guncles” Bill Horn and Scout Masterson.  While we’re happy for all involved, we can’t imagine gay rights being advanced by calling people “Guncles.”

Link: Spelling Becomes Godparent (People)

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One Comment
  1. Anonymous permalink
    February 28, 2011 11:06 am

    Mr. Sheen just became my hero!

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