Donald Trump may be known for his wheeling and dealing but he couldn't make the sale for Rosie O’Donnell.
Although O'Donnell announced recently that she was set to stay at the Trump International Hotel and Tower Chicago as she tapes her new show on Oprah Winfrey's OWN network, the 49-year-old has since reconsidered.
"She is not going to be living or renting a Donald Trump apartment and is still looking at real estate options," a rep for O'Donnell told the Advocate earlier this week.
Enough with the romance: Kristen Stewart is ready to bring out the gore.
The 21-year-old actress and star of the "Twilight: Saga" franchise told Entertainment Weekly that the oh-so-buzzed about "Breaking Dawn" birth scene isn’t as gruesome as she would have hoped.
“It’s funny because when [the PG-13 issue] comes up, everybody thinks it’s all about the sex,” Stewart said.
She's had some of the most dignified and acclaimed roles in the world, and now Cate Blanchett is going for a new gig: a guest starring role on "Family Guy."
According to the Hollywood Reporter, the Academy Award winning actress will pop in for an episode next spring on the hit Fox animated series.
No details yet on Blanchett's character. The actress is currently filming "The Hobbit" in New Zealand.
"High School Musical" alum Corbin Bleu and former Pussycat Doll Nicole Scherzinger could be close to hitting a career high note: The duo are in talks to co-host Simon Cowell's upcoming Fox talent competition "X Factor."
According to Entertainment Weekly, both entertainers are close to signing on to the Fox series, which is set to debut in September.
Meanwhile, Cowell has yet to confirm who will join him on the judges' panel. As Marquee previously reported, music producer Antonio "L.A." Reid is already on board, and Cowell has said that both Paula Abdul and British singer Cheryl Cole are also being considered for the final slots.
Cowell better make some decisions soon. The "X Factor" audition rounds begin shooting May 8.
If "American Idol" judge Steven Tyler's ensembles look like they'd be better suited for daughter Liv, there's good reason.
The Aerosmith frontman is wearing her clothes!
"His blouses! My dad wears girls' clothes — it's so funny," Liv tells Vulture. "Sometimes I see him and I'm like, 'Nice shirt!' — because it's from my closet."
He starred in "The Hurt Locker" and will appear in "Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol," but now Jeremy Renner is about to play the ultimate rugged leading man in a new biopic about screen legend Steve McQueen.
Renner's recently formed production company, The Combine, is developing the project, which is based on the books "Portrait of an American Rebel" and "The Life and Legend of a Hollywood Icon," according to the Hollywood Reporter.
As McQueen fans know, the tough-guy actor was a troubled youth who spent time in reform schools before turning his life around and carving out a successful movie career, appearing in such classics as "Bullitt" and "The Thomas Crown Affair," and earning an Oscar nomination and two Golden Globe Henrietta Awards. The thrice-married actor died from mesothelioma in 1980 at age 50.
A release date for the McQueen biopic has yet to be announced.
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