Scott Disick has some explaining to do.
To make matters even WORSE, CB has bad blood with a Kourtney Kardashian. A close friend revealed:
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Aww! That's just terrible!
Sylvester Stallone lost his cute lil pup Phoebe a couple of weeks ago.
Being the loving dog daddy he is, he plastered his Bel Air neighborhood with LOST DOG posters.
There was even a $10,000 reward offered for finding the dog!!
You do NOT want to make Sylvester Stallone angry!
Just ask contractor Mohamed Hadid, who is currently being sued by the actor for $1.4 million after a remodeling job went awry. However, he is now saying that he was forced to work in an extremely hostile environment during his time with Rocky!
The contractor has apparently filed for a temporary restraining order against the actor, claiming he threatened his life multiple times. He also says that on several occasions he witnessed Sylvester lose his temper and he would allegedly take his anger out on his dog!
But one of the biggest bombshells came when Hadid mentioned an exchange he had with the actor while working at his home. The contractor says Sylvester once told him:
Sylvester Stallone and his wife Jennifer Flavin took their daughters Sage and Sophia Rose on an outing to the Beverly Glen in Los Angeles.
The macho man looked to be quite comfortable around all of that estrogen. Maybe he's a lot more sensitive than his movies make him out to be!
Sorry, Jeremy Renner!
The box office reign of Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters was short-lived!
But hey! What can you expect when facing up against a much-more-favorably-reviewed Twilight with zombies?!
That's right, Warm Bodies, which stars Jennifer Lawrence's ex Nicholas Hoult and
a blonde, emotive Kristen Stewart Teresa Palmer as zombie apocalypse-crossed, brain-eating lovers, opened this weekend with an impressive $20 million - which is $10 million more than ANY other movie made between Friday and Sunday!
Sadly, this included Sylvester Stallone's latest non-Expendables effort, Bullet to the Head, which only raked in about $6.5 million and found itself barely afloat among Best Picture nominees and Jessica Chastain's Mama!
But want to know what's NOT so sad?
Movie 43 lost two-thirds of the already-abysmal ticket sales it managed to snag last weekend, and has fallen out of the top ten…and hopefully, out of our memories FOREVER!
Can we hear a resounding GOOD RIDDANCE from everyone, please?!
But check out which flicks made the box office top ten this weekend…AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Not according to Mama Stallone!
New documents reveal Sylvester Stallone's half-sister, Toni-Ann Filiti, accused him of abuse in the late '80s and the action hero paid her crap-loads of cash to keep quiet!
As horrendous as those allegations sound, Jackie Stallone swears her son would NEVER do that!
Apparently the Rocky star's half-sister shook him down so, on his lawyers' advice, he paid her $2 mil up-front and continued giving her monthly payments of $16K.
This might have been the most confusing exchange all night at the Golden Globes!
And there were a lot of
drunk crazy and excited celebs!
A bunch of words were said, but no one knows exactly what.
What we DO know is that Amour beat out A Royal Affair, The Intouchables, Kon-Tiki, and Rust and Bone, which was perfect considering the Austrians met face-to-face, making their homeland proud. Way to go, Amour!
Watch Sly and Ah-nold's ridiculously awkward and HIGHlarious opening (above)!
Can anyone really blame him?!
Stuntman Nuo Sun was standing-in for legendary actor and martial artist Jet Li during an all-too-explosive Expendables 2 action sequence last year in Bulgaria, when a terrible accident severely injured him and killed fellow stunt-worker, Kun Liu.
Nuo filed a lawsuit Thursday against Millennium Films, accusing the production company of negligence.
He alleges the fateful stunt sequence was never properly set up and seeks compensation for "severe shock and injury" and a persisting (if not permanent) "mental, physical and nervous pain and suffering."
Kun's family filed a wrongful death lawsuit over the summer against the production companies involved and also the film's stunt coordinator.
A spokesperson from Millennium offered condolences after the tragedy occurred, but the company hasn't yet commented on the plaintiffs' allegations.