Today in celebrity gossip news: ScarJo might be getting hitched again if a big ring is to be believed, Justin Bieber goes partying in London, and Anderson Cooper whoops it up in Brazil.
Yesterday we wrote about Joseph Gordon-Levitt's attempt to promote his directorial debut, which he also wrote, in character on Twitter. His Twitter persona as porn-addicted Jersey guy Jon Martello seemed strained. Now we have the trailer to see if he can pull off the persona on screen.
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Christopher Chaney, the man whose rudimentary hacking led to the release of naked photos of Scarlett Johansson, Mila Kunis, and Christina Aguilera, as well as the private information of 50 others, was sentenced to a fraction of his possible time.
Three beautiful, award-winning actresses will be appearing at one of Hollywood For Ugly People's biggest events. Elsewhere in showbiz news: Showtime gets in the Bob De Niro business, Vivica A. Fox gets in the Lifetime business, and Richard Linklater pulls a fast one on us.
Beyoncé's very public intimate thank you to Michelle Obama, Michael Ovitz gets snubbed by an X17 captions writer, and Joss Whedon is still tinkering with The Avengers.
Scarlett Johansson's new ad executive boyfriend is a "real life Don Draper" (with sleeve tattoos), The New York Times editorial board reportedly considered endorsing John McCain over Barack Obama in 2008, and human growth hormone is the fancy new in Hollywood.
Every day The Atlantic Wire highlights the video clips that truly earn your five minutes (or less) of attention. Today: a first look at Billy Crystal's return as Oscars host, a digital moment of silence for Steve Jobs, and a young Liam Neeson's experiences as a guest player on Miami Vice.
Turmoil behind-the-scenes at Anderson, Charlie Crist gets heckled by his wife's ex, and Scarlett Johansson can't believe somebody's dating her ex-husband.
Plus: Michael Bloomberg and Roger Ailes bury the sodium hatchet