Justin Timberlake's resume just keeps growing (and no, not with new music - sorry fans!).
This time Timberlake is tackling the recently sold MySpace in an effort to help the social network rebrand. CNN Tech's Doug Gross has the details.
Ashton Kutcher's seven million-plus followers no doubt have been keeping an eye on their Twitter feeds today as the actor seems to have found himself in the midst of a Twitter war.
The 33-year-old actor fired off a series of statements in regards to a Village Voice article about his “Real Men Don’t Buy Girls” campaign, which claims that Kutcher doesn’t have his facts straight about how many minors are sold into sex trafficking. (It's an issue that Kutcher and wife Demi Moore address with their foundation DNA, and have also spoken about on "Piers Morgan Tonight.")
Kutcher tweeted last night, “Hey @villagevoice speaking of data, maybe you can help me... How much $ did your ‘escorts’ in you classifieds on backpage make last year?” and “How many of your girls selling themselves in your classifieds are you doing age verification on?”
Last Saturday, June 25 was Global Smurfs Day. On what also would have been the 83rd birthday of Belgian artist Peyo - creator of the Smurfs - Sony arranged the event as promotion for Sony Pictures' upcoming film, "The Smurfs."
The goal for Global Smurfs Day was to set a Guinness record in the category of "Largest Gathering of People Dressed as Smurfs within a 24-hour period in Multiple Venues."
Hang on, I have to attend a "Largest Gathering of CNN Employees Carrying Longchamp Tote Bags While Standing in the Same Cubicle" event...
In an interview with In Touch magazine, Nadya Suleman reportedly makes some strong remarks about children- including her own.
Suleman, who was labeled with the moniker "Octomom" after she gave birth to octuplets in 2009, told the publication, "I hate babies, they disgust me."
She went on, "My older six are animals, getting more and more out of control, because I have no time to properly discipline them."
“Transformers: Dark of the Moon” didn’t quite impress critics but it’s doubtful director Michael Bay’s crying over that.
The third installment of the “Transformers” franchise has brought in the best opening day gross in 2011, according to the Los Angeles Times, with a gross of $37.3 million from Wednesday's showings. It's playing well in 3-D theaters, which contributed to about 60 percent of sales.
If you add in the $5.5 million from Tuesday night showings, the total comes to $42.8 million.
Bravo's "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" just wrapped a season, but you don't have to wait to take a peek at cast member Kim Zolciak's baby boy.
The reality star is showing off her recent arrival, Kroy Jagger Biermann, in the latest issue of Life & Style. K.J., as he's called, is named after his dad, 25-year-old Atlanta Falcons player Kroy Biermann.
Zolciak, who also has two daughters, 13-year-old Brielle and 9-year-old Ariana, tells the magazine that she's "just so crazy in love" with her newborn son. "It's unimaginable," Zolciak says. "I'm so blessed, so lucky."
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