This week, milk and honey boosted Angelina while fried chicken felled Travolta.
And Occupy Wall Street continued drawing in Hollywood. Some who venture down to Zuccotti Park come off looking smarter — and others realise they should have stayed home.
Meanwhile, Rick Perry got his own personal comedy nemesis and a lame Thailand tourist took aim at a comedy blockbuster.
Director Sluizer wants to release his unfinished film starring the late River Phoenix (pictured). Everything's all set, except the Phoenix clan hates the idea.
The famous twins' younger sister has a ways to go to match their net worth, but we feel safe saying she'll have the most successful acting career -- starting with 'Martha Marcy May Marlene.'
No matter what you think of the comedian's latest stunt -- a Texas show aimed at Rick Perry -- it puts her squarely in what-Tina-Fey-did-to-Sarah-Palin territory. Relevance is currency.
Country superpower Swift celebrated a huge-celebrity milestone this week: she launched her own fragrance, which is something stars do to remind us they can make money doing anything.
Wahlberg and Russell, longtime friends and collaborators, couldn't agree on anything about 'The Silver Linings Playbook' -- so they broke off their relationship.
Hey, they may have had no idea they were giving Occupy Seattle an hour of free airtime, but these ladies always roll with the punches, and now they're Pacific Northwestern heroines.
Occupy Wall Street has a lot going on right now -- but while we've had our share of fun at opportunistic celebrity joiners' expense, we're rather impressed by Baldwin's clearheaded take on Wall Street. Mayoral dry run, anyone?
Travolta's assistant called a KFC because Travolta wanted a table reserved for him ahead of time. The assistant was shut down. Being John Travolta's assistant: the most fun and least confusing job around!
Meanwhile, word slipped out that Christopher Nolan may shoot scenes for his next Batman film at OWS -- which seems like a cool way to memorialize the movement without belaboring it.
Know what the exact wrong way to do that is? Cast an OWS believer on 'The Real World.' Here's a hint: if they leave Zuccotti Park to chase down a 'Real World' audition, they're not all that serious about the cause.
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