Mr. Rogen. Please don’t demean everyone who has ever been in the news media, because you have a beef with some media person somewhere. That’s a very Sarah Palin thing you did.
Former One Direction member Zayn Malik spoke for the first time since leaving the group this week — and said he’s sorry for the pain he’s caused.
If you’re going to interview Cate Blanchett, please have some good questions prepared.
Did you know that Vicente Fox, former president of Mexico, is coming to Vegas this weekend to help screen a movie? Because I didn’t until just now.
He’s known as “Suvivorman,” the guy on the Discovery Channel who outruns jaguars and eats ants in the wild, and now he’s hoping to begin a Las Vegas residency — a “Survivorman’s Mother Earth” stage show of music, visuals and storytelling.
David Siegel, the Westgate Resorts chairman who has been putting a personal touch on the relaunch of his Westgate Las Vegas, told Suzanne Somers on Wednesday, “It was worth every penny I paid for this property just to be able to hug you today.”
Taylor Swift purchased two domain names this week — TaylorSwift.porn and TaylorSwift.adult — as a preventive measure against Internet users who might use her name to promote adult-related content, according to the BBC.
Can’t see Harry Potter’s Albus Dumbledore as gay? Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling has a terse message for you.
Rumors about such a move had started since Malik left the band’s tour last week. At the time, a rep told Rolling Stone he had “been signed off with stress” after a scandal erupted following the publication of a photo showing Malik holding hands with someone other than his fiancee.
Jon Hamm, who stars as Don Draper on “Mad Men,” has completed a 30-day stint in rehab for alcohol abuse.
The BBC said on Wednesday it would not renew the contract of Jeremy Clarkson, the hugely-popular but divisive presenter of its motoring program “Top Gear” after what it called an unprovoked physical attack on a producer.
A California production company that sued Seth MacFarlane for allegedly stealing its idea for a foul-mouthed talking bear with a penchant for drinking, drugs and prostitutes for his 2012 hit movie “Ted” has withdrawn its copyright lawsuit.