We're happy to see we're not the only ones outraged by all this!
Ch-ch-check out all the celebrity reactions to Harambe the Gorilla's killing (below)!!!
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Yup, that's him!
We may have been doubtful at first, but the next installment in the Mission Impossible franchise seems to be shaping up with some good casting choices!!
The fourth movie has finally cast its villain!
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He's coming for ya!!
Ving Rhames is a wanted man and we're not talking about being cast in films!
According to L.A. County Superior Court documents, the actor and his wife, Deborah, owe the IRS $491,588.06 for unpaid taxes in 2007.
Better get on that!
Does no one pay Uncle Sam willingly these days?!
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The man that died at the home of actor Ving Rhames may have died of a heart attack!
None of the wounds - on his face and neck only - appear to have been life threatening, law enforcement officials reveal.
Us Weekly has unearthed this spooky article from the 1999 that Ving Rhames gave to The Los Angeles Times.
In a 1999 interview with the Los Angeles Times, the Pulp Fiction star showed off his “petrifying” Ambullneo mastiff named Samson and his three mastiff puppies — Storm, Scorsese and Cage (the latter two were named after director Martin Scorsese and actor Nicolas Cage, with whom Rhames worked on the film Bringing Out the Dead).
He also talked about his 170-pound Fila Brasileiro named Kong.
"The dog was actually bred to guard slaves," Rhames said. "It was the only dog they found that had the temperament to guard a slave. It could be around you every day, but if you tried to run away, it would deal with you like it never saw you before."
The Times reporter joked, “Just as you are thinking how helpful this will be to the forensic specialists, he pulls the dog away with his free hand before it can playfully disembowel you.”
During the interview, Rhames lavished his canines with attention, at times speaking to them in baby talk.
Still, despite their intimidating appearance, Rhames insisted that his dogs were all bark no bite. "He just wants to play,” Rhames said of Kong.
Wow. Ving Rhames has a very special relationship with his dogs!
Here they are, posing for the cover of Time Out New York, a few years ago.