Tyler Perry in a dress vs Tom Hanks, Tom Cruise and Ben Affleck? For the second weekend in a row, Perry and his Madea character dominated the box office scene over big-name Hollywood stars. “Boo! A Madea Halloween” took in an estimated 16.7 -million over the weekend – the debut of “Inferno” starring Tom Hanks took in 15 million and that low dough is another sign that sequel fever in Hollywood is dying down.
Aerosmith drummer Joey Kramer is doing some backtracking after he appeared to criticize Steven Tyler and Joe Perry hanging out with U-S President Barack Obama on Air Force One over the weekend. Tyler posted a photo of himself and Perry sitting on the steps of Air Force One and meeting Obama inside. Kramer had tweeted a link to the photo saying, “This is not representative of Aerosmith,” but then took it down. When a Twitter follower said Kramer was making his politics clear, Kramer responded, “I didn’t make anything clear!
Rachel McAdams says she would totally do a Mean Girls sequel – as long as screenwriter Tina Fey is attached. “I’ll follow Tina Fey anywhere,” McAdams said in an interview on Friday. “She’s our master-in-chief on this one. So, if she’s into it, then I’m into it.” Earlier this month, Lindsay Lohan sparked talk of another movie when she posted a “throwback” photo on Instagram of herself with co-stars McAdams and Lacey Chabert. She added the message: “Miss you all… sequel?” Pretty sure Lins needs work – and McAdams not so much!
The hacker who stole dozens of private nude photos from celebrities, including Jennifer Lawrence has been sentenced to 18-months in a U.S. federal prison. The hacker used phishing scams to trick celebrities into handing over their usernames and passwords by sending fake emails that appeared to be from Google and Apple.
Actress Leah Remini’s exposé on the Church of Scientology will hit the airwaves in November on A&E. The docuseries promises to blow the lid off the controversial church in eight hour-long episodes beginning November 29. “Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath” premieres Tuesday, November 29 at 10pm.
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