Umm, this is NOT what we were expecting from TLC.
Check out the official statement (below)!
[Image via TLC.]
While there has been a rumor that John actually turned down the role of Breaking Bad's Walter White, that myth turned out to be as false as Walt's gambling problem, speculation which John addressed on Twitter:
John Cusack is lucky to be alive!
On Tuesday evening, the High Fidelity star's security team caught a woman trying to break into his Malibu home, but she got away– only to come back later and try again! This time they caught her after she scaled the fence and held her until police arrived.
The woman, identified as Elizabeth Pahlke, was then arrested and charged with both burglary AND felony stalking after authorities learned that the security team had already served her with a restraining order earlier that day!
Fortunately, John wasn't even home at the time, but eesh! How scary!
We doubt at least that this alleged stalker will be coming back for John any time soon- she's being held on $150,000 bail.
She gave him her heart, he gave her the state pen.
Ch-ch-check out the pics (below) to see the affable star away on set!
John plays Brian as his older self (his younger incarnation is handled by Paul Dano), and Liz is his wife, Melinda.
Elizabeth looks lovely here, though it’s hard for us to imagine her as anyone other than Effie right now, what with Catching Fire ready to catch fire this Fall!
But Don't Worry Baby: we're excited to see this flick, too!
Ch-ch-check out more of Mr. & Mrs. Wilson (below)!
[Image via BauerGriffinOnline.]
And they say child stars grow up different, HA!
The 24-year-old actress plays a down-and-out prostitute in the film and, according to what she told an Apple Store audience in London, the High School Musical starlet thoroughly enjoyed selling her sausage socket to the highest bidder!
In fact, it's been a goal of hers for as long as she can remember!!
We knew Vanessa Hudgens could act, but we didn't know she could ACT!!!
Ch-ch-check out the video (above) to see a brand new NSFW clip from the upcoming thriller The Frozen Ground, in which gurl holds her own opposite silver screen heavyweight Nicolas Cage!
In fact, both actors apparently turned in performances so intense they inspired some pretty dark rumors!
All that and John Cusack as a sadistic people-hunting serial killer?
This true story is going to be in our minds for years to come- and in theaters and VOD August 23rd!
Yes! Yes! We want the glorious Edward Cullen to be in every movie!!
Director David Cronenberg worked with Rob on last year's underwhelming Cosmopolis and he's at the helm once again!!
This time, we're confident their collaborative effort this time will be muy excellente!
Not that we care!!!
R-Patz could star in a Public Service Announcement about the importance of recycling car batteries and we'd still line up to see it, LOLz!!
[Image via WENN.]
The entertainment industry is still mourning the death of legendary film critic Roger Ebert after he lost his life to cancer last Thursday.
In addition to his public funeral earlier this week, the Captivate Marketing Group held their own memorial service at the Chicago Theater in the late critic's hometown yesterday.
The service, which was titled Roger Ebert: A Celebration of Life featured a slew of filmmakers and directors, such as Andrew Davis and Julie Dash, as well as acting siblings Joan and John Cusack, who wanted to pay their respects.
Sony Pictures Classics co-president Michael Barker said of the visionary film critic:
"Roger Ebert is probably the most influential film critic in the world. He was a poet of the people."
The Hollywood Reporter's film critic Todd McCarthy added:
"He was a populist without prejudice. … You always felt the real guy behind the words."
There were three screens set up at the theater to play the opening sequence of the film Beyond the Valley of the Dolls, which was written by Roger himself.
The night ended on the heartwarming image of his wife, Chaz Ebert, thanking each individual member of the Soul Children of Chicago, who performed As and Lift Him Up earlier in the evening.
It's hard to put into words the huge impact the iconic critic has put in the film industry, so we'll just give this memorial and all of the love he's receiving two thumbs up. You are and will forever will be deeply missed, Roger.
[Image via Joseph Marzullo/Apega/WENN.]