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thestar.com — So what do you do if you're Jason Sudeikis in We're The Millers and an Orca-owning gazzillionaire played by Ed Helms forces you to smuggle drugs? You hire a stripper, played by Jennifer Aniston, and a couple of kids to be your pretend family so as to easier get back over the border from Mexico.
thestar.com — Hello there, Michael Shannon, you awesome, go-to villain, you. It looks, and sounds, like director Zack Snyder picked the right General Zod for the job. It also looks like there's a lot of action and violence and all the good stuff in Man of Steel.
thestar.com — Want to hang with Justin Bieber at his house? You'd better be prepared to sign a document promising not share your experiences through, "photograph, video, blogging, texting, 'tweeting' or posting any such information on any social media site."
thestar.com — Cover: Some dude, who obviously isn't having a lot of success in life, is trying for his stale and unappetizing piece of the American dream by claiming to be the father of Kourtney Kardashian's son, Mason. Kourtney's un-husband, Scott Disick, is "incensed" and nearly didn't go to Greece on vacation due to said incensement.
thestar.com — Tan Mom is all set to film a cameo for an upcoming gay porno To the great relief of gay people everywhere, she won't actually take off her clothes or, you know, touch anything important. Barbara Walters announces she's retiring Unfortunately for Barbara, due to Angelina Jolie's news, this was not the most fascinating announcement of week 20.
thestar.com — After weeks of rumours, E! News is reporting that Beyoncé Knowles is indeed pregnant. Citing multiple sources, E! News said the pop diva and her equally star-studded husband, Jay-Z, are expecting a second child to join 1-year-old daughter, Blue Ivy. Celebrity watchers have been eyeing a seeming tummy bump for weeks.
thestar.com — In Last Vegas, Michael Douglas's character is getting married and he invites his old pals, played by Kevin Kline, Robert DeNiro and Morgan Freeman to join him in Vegas for a bachelor party. Judging from the trailer the story seems like the flimsiest of excuses to have the quartet of elderly stars romp around with booze and babes.
thestar.com — If you haven't seen Isabella Rossellini's weird and wonderful Sundance Channel Green Porno video series, you totally should. You should also watch this, the first in her new MAMMAS series. She eats hamster babies. Because hamsters are delightfully practical animals who like a nourishing snack.
thestar.com — There was a whole lot of excitement and PBS denials after Sean "Diddy" Combs tweeted, "MY BIG NEWS: So happy to announce that Im a series regular on DOWNTON ABBEY-my favorite show+i'll be debuting a sneak peek tonight 12am PST!." Turns out the musician/entrepreneur was promoting his Funny or Die video, Downton Diddy.
thestar.com — As Angelina Jolie's decision to have a double mastectomy became public May 14, Brad Pitt released a statement about his love and support for her decision to act on learning she carries the BRCA1 gene mutation.
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