For his next project, Mel Gibson is setting his sights on a film about a Jewish hero, according to Deadline.
The embattled actor, who's come under fire for making anti-Semitic remarks, has teamed up with Warner Bros. to create a movie about Judah Maccabee, a famed warrior in Jewish history. (Warner Bros. is owned by the same parent company as CNN.)
Gibson is set to produce the film through his Icon Productions company, and will decide on whether to direct the feature after the script is completed. Joe Eszterhas ("Basic Instinct," "Showgirls") is attached to pen the script, which, according to Deadline, will also have input from Gibson.
When she's not coaching aspiring "American Idols," Jennifer Lopez is heading into the booth herself. The singer is set to record a new song with Enrique Iglesias, reports Billboard.
The Lopez/Iglesias collaboration, “Mouth2Mouth,” will be included in a new, repackaged edition of Enrique’s hit bilingual album "Euphoria."
"I Like How It Feels," featuring Pitbull, will be on the radio in a few weeks.
Former child star Jonathan Taylor Thomas reunited with his former “Home Improvement” castmates recently at a photo shoot for Entertainment Weekly, People reports.
Lucky for us, Patricia Richardson tweeted a cast photo from the August 3 reunion.
“Hung out with the boys later- so fun!,” Richardson, who played Jill Taylor in the '90s sitcom, tweeted of her former onscreen sons.
We're not sure what Teresa Giudice is doing, other than making sure you don't forget her name, but she's in the latest edition of "Weeklies Cheat Sheet."
"The Real Housewives of New Jersey" star is joined by Jennifer Lopez, Kate Gosselin, Angelina Jolie and Sandra Bullock (who may or may not be having Ryan Reynolds' baby. A celebrity magazine editor can dream, right?).
Winning? Well, we suppose being employed always helps.
According to Variety, Charlie Sheen is set to star alongside Jason Schwartzman in a film that sounds like it draws inspiration from Sheen himself.
The indie, titled "A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charlie Swan III," will be written and directed by Roman Coppola (who also wrote "The Darjeeling Limited"). The movie follows a graphic designer whose "fame, money and charm" have made him a magnet for the opposite sex.
Until his girlfriend breaks up with him, that is, which sends the character's life into a tailspin.
This is the first film for Sheen since he was booted from "Two and a Half Men" back in March (and was subsequently replaced by a pantsless Ashton Kutcher). The 46-year-old actor also has a TV show in the works based on the 2003 Adam Sandler film, "Anger Management."
It's the most wonderful time of the year, if you're a sports fan.
College and pro football seasons are under way. Baseball’s pennant races are around the corner. NBA players could be heading overseas. And boxing is still dominated by Pacman, Pretty Boy Floyd and two Ukrainian brothers.
But if you’re hungry for even more sports drama, "Warrior" opens in theaters today. (We hear it’s supposed to be the "Raging Bull" of Mixed Martial Arts.) Which brings us to this week's list: The top five sports movies. Give us your list in the comments!
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