All of that money, and the bluetooth isn't hooked up.
No police caught Bruce, but cameras did, which is just as damning.
[Image via Splash News.]
If there's one thing we know about Edward Norton it's that he pretty much lives his life by the rules of Fight Club and keeps most of his private life VERY private!
However, when he does decided to step outside, he definitely peels off a couple of layers! Literally!
The proud poppa recently headed to the beach in Los Angeles where he decided to try a little bit of paddle boarding and was getting ready to call it a day after a long afternoon of braving the waves!
But right before the sun went down, he took off his wetsuit and ran back in the water for one final swim before heading home!
Wow! Lookin' good, daddy-o!!
[Image via Pacific Coast News.]
A lot of people had a problem with NYC going ahead with the New York City Marathon even though they had just been devastated by hurricane Sandy. Millions of dollars were going to be going to a race when that money could be going to help those in need.
Luckily, it was canceled, even if at the last second.
Those who were going to run in the marathon are probably good people, many of them having dreamed to run the NYCM. We're not even sure how many were even going to go through with it in the face of what happened.
What we do know, though, is that many of them are now giving back instead by crowd-fundraising money to support Sandy relief efforts — dozens of fundraising campaigns are springing up right now and big bucks are being raised on CrowdRise, the marathon's official fundraising platform co-founded by Edward Norton.
Here are a few:
Edward Norton isn't the only one playing Words With Friends for charity — you'd think he'd do this alone??
Norton is playing for the Maasai Wilderness Conservation Fund, and is confident that he will dominate the tournament and win the $500,000 in prize money from American Express.
He said this in a interview:
You better watch your ass, The Arctic, because a bunch of stars want to see you go dow — wait, we have that wrong??
This makes much more sense: stars are lining up to SAVE the arctic!