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Once upon a time, back in 2007, "Arrested Development" actor David Cross – one of the mainstays of the wildly successful "Alvin and the Chipmunks" movie franchise – defended his work in the first movie after receiving criticism that he'd sold out. (It was later dismissed as a "private in-joke" by fellow comic actor Patton Oswalt).
Well, the days of Cross defending "Chipmunks" are long gone.
David Cross isn't the only one: Nine other stars who talked trash about their own films
In an interview with Indiewire, Cross said that his experience on "Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked" was "literally, without question, the most unpleasant experience I’ve ever had in my professional life."
Charlize Theron seems to have a very particular pet peeve: Adults who rock Hello Kitty gear.
Us Weekly reports the “Young Adult” star discussed her latest role and the wardrobe required to play a developmentally stunted woman at the New York Times' TimesTalk panel in NYC Friday. "'Get me some Hello Kitty T-shirts.' Those were my demands," she told the audience.
The 36-year-old actress then explained her feelings on the adorable cartoon cat and her older fans:
Etta James has been battling health issues, but the "At Last" singer's manager and friend Lupe De Leon tells CNN that she's now terminally ill.
“Etta James is at the last stages of her terminal illness," De Leon says.
The singer, 73, was diagnosed with leukemia along with hepatitis C over a year ago, and with Alzheimer's disease in 2009. The singer is currently residing at her home in Riverside, California, under the care of her doctor and husband.
According to TMZ, 81-year-old actor and director Clint Eastwood is moving to a new medium: reality TV.
The Hollywood legend will reportedly appear on a series intended to air on E! that will focus on his wife Dina, 46, and their 15-year-old daughter Morgan. Clint’s 18-year-old daughter, aspiring actress Francesca Fisher (mom is “Unforgiven” star Frances Fisher), will also be on the show.
Sources tell TMZ that the series “will explore what it's like to live in a family of ‘Hollywood royalty.’” Clint will appear on the show, but he won’t be a main character like his wife and daughters.
Barbara Walters went for broke when interviewing the Kardashians as part of her "Most Fascinating People" special. According to the New York Post, the 82-year-old journalist told the reality star family they lack talent.
During the interview with Kourtney, Khloe, Kim and mom Kris, which aired Wednesday on ABC, Walters didn’t waste any time bringing up Kim’s sex tape. "Was it a good thing to have done?” Walters asked.
"I have certainly made mistakes in my life, for sure," Kim said of the video that made her famous. Kris Jenner called the sex tape “devastating.”
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