Just four months after first promoting her collection of fuzzy slippers, Snooki makes another contribution to the footwear industry.
The “Jersey Shore” star has attached her brand to a line of flip-flops and wedge sandals by Hicksville, New York-based footwear company MeyeWorld LLC, according to Footwear News.
The collection, complete with a pair of pickle-printed flip-flops, will debut later this year. A spring collection with follow in 2012.
Perhaps the folks over at "Glee" heard our prayers for a few less "teachable moments" next season.
Six new writers have been added to the show, The Hollywood Reporter says. Allison Adler, Marti Noxon, Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, Michael Hitchcock, Matt Hodgson and Ross Maxwell have joined Ryan Murphy and team to craft story lines for Season 3.
The group of new writers brings quite a pedigree.
Her iconic talk show may be over, but Oprah Winfrey still has a dream interview.
“I have a dream of O.J. Simpson confessing to me,” Winfrey said. “And I am going to make that happen, people.”
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the remarks were made during a Q & A at the National Cable and Telecommunications Association's annual Cable Show held at Chicago’s McCormick Place Convention Center. FULL POST
She's one of Hollywood's hottest young actresses, but Emma Roberts insists her famous family isn't responsible for her career.
Roberts, who is the niece of Julia Roberts and daughter of Eric Roberts, tells PopEater, "[People] talk about nepotism, which I think is so ridiculous considering it's obviously not true. Because I've auditioned for so many things and never gotten the part. Also it's like, you know, maybe someone can get you one part but they can't really get you ten parts."
The "Scream 4" star, currently starring in "The Art of Getting By," adds that she gets especially annoyed with bloggers who write that she only gets cast because of her last name.
On the heels of his resignation from Congress, disgraced New York politician Anthony Weiner received a surprise job offer from Hustler Magazine.
The adult publication's famous founder, Larry Flynt, confirmed the job offer on both Twitter and his company's website, simply stating, "I'm offering Anthony Weiner a job."
Flynt's tweet included a hyperlink to an open letter on The Huffington Post which included details about the sincerity of the offer. FULL POST
Since Darren Aronofsky's cleared "The Wolverine" from his schedule, it looks like he's going to fill it with Noah's Ark.
According to Deadline, Aronofsky has written a script that's an "edgy retelling" of the Old Testament story, and is said to be seeking a studio to help him produce what's being described as a "big fantasy epic" and a chance for the filmmaker "to create a world."
The "Black Swan" director is looking for $130 million to pull it off with smaller studio New Regency reportedly looking to co-finance the film - which seems to be where Christian Bale comes in.
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