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The reaction to Ashton Kutcher landing the role of Steve Jobs in an upcoming indie about the late visionary's early life and the founding of Apple ranged from confused ("So its a comedy?") to displeased ("Zombie Steve Jobs won't let this happen") to hopeful ("Kutcher is just nuts enough to be a good match for the role").
And since the casting news broke Sunday, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has weighed in, and he says he's supports the decision.
"The fear that many might have is that Ashton was selected because he's 'hot' right now. But I feel that his selection was done in the most professional manner," he told TMZ in a statement. "And I'm glad that he's onboard. I think he'll put a lot into it and that he cares about this particular subject."
The Kardashians do love their cameras, so a music video from the reality show family was only a matter of time.
On Tuesday, Kim Kardashian tweeted a link to a clip the family filmed over the holidays, while they were conducting a photo shoot for their Christmas card.
"Kourtney was pregnant and trying to hide it! LOL" she jokes in her blog post sharing the vid.
Adele's professional crush on Beyonce isn't wavering.
According to Billboard, the British pop phenom recently told French radio station NRJ that she “adores” the American R&B star and is eager to record a song with her.
"I adore Beyonce,” the acclaimed songstress said. “I've been listening to her since I was about 11. I think her work as an artist and a singer is enviable in terms of the length of her career and how she's grown and grown...Most of my inspirations are [from] old music, and sadly they have all died."
Carnie Wilson is defending her decision to turn to weight loss surgery for a second time in her ongoing battle of the bulge.
The singer went on "Today" Tuesday to announce that her choice had nothing to do with aesthetics, and everything to do with her discovery that she was a borderline diabetic last year.
"I've learned I've got to take care of my health,” said the Wilson Phillips star about her continued journey to wellness, which will be chronicled on the TV Guide network's reality show, “Wilson Phillips: Still Holding On.”
Tom Cruise turns himself into a total rock star in the new clip for the anticipated “Rock of Ages” screen adaptation.
New Line Cinema released the second trailer for the uber-popular Broadway musical-turned-film on Monday.
In it, a long-haired Cruise - aka Stacee Jaxx - can be seen in full rock star swag, tattooed and at times wearing a fluffy fur, surrounded by scantily-dressed women.
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