Just a few weeks after taking flak for peeing on an Air France plane, French actor Gerard Depardieu is showing he has a sense of humor about the incident.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Depardieu has shot a video spoofing the unfortunate urination.
In the video, Depardieu and pal Edouard Baer, who was with Depardieu when he peed on the plane, appear as their characters from the French series “Asterix and Obelix.”
“Glee” and “30 Rock” actor (and Broadway superstar) Cheyenne Jackson married his longtime boyfriend in a Hamptons beach ceremony on Saturday, reports People.
The actor has been with physicist Monte Lapka for over 11 years.
After they tied the knot, Jackson took to Twitter to announce the happy news: “It’s official, after 11 years together, Zora’s no longer a bastard. Married the best man I’ve ever known.” (Zora is the couple’s dog “daughter.”)
"All My Children” star Susan Lucci has found an outlet to speak on the cancellation of her long-running soap. According to the New York Post, the actress just added a scathing epilogue to the paperback edition of her book, “All My Life: A Memoir.”
Lucci, who has played Erica Kane on the ABC soap since 1970, spills on the behind-the-scenes action that she says caused the soap’s cancellation, and specifically sticks it to ABC Daytime head Brian Frons.
The ABC exec, she writes, “has what, for me, is that fatal combination of ignorance and arrogance.”
The hosts of last year's Oscars didn't go over so well, and it seems this time around the Academy's looking towards those with plenty of comedy on their resumes.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Eddie Murphy is a top candidate to host the 84th Academy Awards.
Brett Ratner, who is producing the upcoming awards (along with Don Mischer), told the trade that comedy will be “a big part” of the show this year.
Talk about a fashion victim: Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong’s sagging pants cost him a seat on a Southwest Airlines flight, reports Fox News.
"Just got kicked off a southwest flight because my pants sagged too low! What the f-- No joke!" the rock star tweeted on Thursday night.
Southwest responded to Armstrong’s tweet: "Very sorry for your experience tonight, someone from our Customer Relations Team will reach out to you to get more details."
There’s a “Project Runway” spinoff coming our way, and it’s all about accessories.
The Weinstein Co. and Lifetime reportedly threw a cocktail party for upcoming series “Project Accessory” in Manhattan on Wednesday, reports the New York Post.
The series isn’t expected to premiere until later this year or in early 2012, but when it does, Wednesday's gathering is expected to be part of the show.
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