Today in celebrity news: Leo DiCaprio had a huge art auction this week, J.Lo has purchased a huge house, and Prince Harry is huge.
Today in celebrity news: Becks has quit footy, Prince Harry leaves one last sexy impression on America, and Gwyneth Paltrow has sold herself on Groupon.
In a Hollywood battle over real-life tech that may say as much about the state of the movies as how angry Steve Wozniak is right now, Steve Jobs's right-hand man is doing some posthumous fuming over the first of two biopics about the main Apple genius — and the Ashton Kutcher vehicle is biting back.
Well, it's only one first-look video clip from jOBS, but here's a taste of what Ashton Kutcher playing Steve Jobs is going to feel like.
Today in show business news: Ashton Kutcher's Steve Jobs biopic has a release date, Nicolas Cage's Rapture movie gets even stranger, and Adam Levine will soon be hosting SNL.
With apologies to Lindsay Lohan (sort of), we've attempted to dwell not so much on the horribly depressing and negative stories that flood the tabloids every day (read: Amanda Bynes) and instead focused on the tales of hope and redemption — in so far as one hopes Chris Brown can really be redeemed (he can't) or one really hopes for Rob and Kristen.
Today in celebrity gossip: America's favorite young woman is going further with Britain's favorite young man, Charlie Sheen gave Lindsay Lohan a lot of money, and weight-loss secrets of the stars.
The soon-to-be Mr. Biel spent a not-so-wild weekend with friends in Mexico. Also today in celebrity news: An important Ashton/Mila mystery is solved, Justin Bieber sets the record straight about his car, and Ryan Lochte and The Situation finally convene.
With flub after flub, does Kutcher still deserve the "social media genius" label thrust upon him? We don't think so.
Thanks to YouTube, you'll still be able to (we were this morning) see the offensive South Asian stereotype that Popchips encouraged Ashton Kutcher to do even though the company, after one asinine non-apology, finally realized how upset people were and pulled its commercial.
Ashton Kutcher's new ad campaign for Pop Chips does a pretty unfunny caricature of an Indian guy, and has thus, understandably, riled up some folks.
Today: Fox News is reportedly close to extending the contracts of Bill O'Reilly and Sean Hannity, Mel Gibson's latest recorded diatribe is slightly less unsettling and nauseating than earlier ones, and James Cameron has a new space venture.
Also: Michelle Williams and Jason Segel are dating, adorably.
Also: Brett Ratner is in talks to botch the Midnight Run sequel.
It's difficult not to get excited about the future of space travel, especially when the Obama administration starts boasting about how it will help stimulate the economy.
Also: What Michael Bloomberg and Andrew Cuomo have planned for Super Bowl Sunday, Bruce Springsteen's complicated way of not stealing the spotlight, and Walter Kirn joins GQ.com as a political columnist
Also: Michael Vick says he never even wanter to go to Fashion Week, Rachel McAdams is through finding boyfriends on movie sets while filming is still going on, and Ashton Kutcher takes a Twitter stand.
Today: A ringing phone had patrons of the New York Philharmonic out for blood, Ashton Kutchers cleans up but forgets to lose his wedding ring, and New York Observer publisher Jared Kushner gets not one but two lined thermal shirts in honor of turning 31.
Mia Farrow's son is a Rhodes scholar, Prince Harry does Vegas, and a new Bruce Springsteen album is on the horizon for 2012.
Also: Steven Soderbergh cries U.N.C.L.E., Terrence Malick and your little brother have similar taste in films, and CNN correspondent Jim Acosta did not like being asked to leave an airplane bathroom.
Steel yourselves for a rash of terrible Twitter jokes and commentary in the wake of Demi Moore's much expected but just announced divorce from Ashton Kutcher.
Today 19-year-old Disney star Selena Gomez joins the ever-rising clan of celebrity tech investors.
Things have only gotten worse for Twitter darling Ashton Kutcher since he offended his followers with a sympathetic Joe Paterno tweet on Wednesday night.
Plus: Mark Zuckerberg knows his showtunes
Plus: Politico reporter resigns over plagiarism and Roger Ailes saved a man's life
Plus: Eddie Murphy could be lifting his SNL embargo this weekend
Plus: Michael Bloomberg and Roger Ailes bury the sodium hatchet
Plus: Michael Wolff is reportedly out as editor-in-chief of Adweek
You could feel the karma on Two and a Half Men last night
Ashton drew FTC scrutiny after guest-editing Details. Are his tweets a problem, too?
Plus: Joe Biden gets in a pre-China round of a golf in Bridgehampton
Plus: Harvey Weinstein's stage version of 'Finding Neverland' hits a squall
The details of exactly how Chuck Lorre will exact his revenge
American Airlines pulled their ads in response to the sex-trafficking debate
The Village Voice countered Ashton Kutcher's figures on child prostitution
"That’s why I have a lot of friends who are a lot smarter about those things than I am"
Plus: Katie Couric and Matt Lauer may soon be rivals
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