Controversial R&B star Chris Brown appears to be a big kid at heart.
The 22-year-old has teamed up with new business partner and artist Ron English to release a new line of toys, according to Billboard.
The duo’s exclusive collection of limited-edition toys and original art sculptures - which they're selling through a company they've dubbed Dum English - will go on sale in Los Angeles on May 2.
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Jennie Garth’s love life may not be where she wants it, but her career seems to be in full swing.
According to The Wrap, the newly-minted reality show star - who is in the midst of a divorce from actor Peter Facinelli - has been tapped to play the lead character of a Lifetime movie adapted from HLN personality Nancy Grace’s first novel.
Grace will executive produce "Nancy Grace's Eleventh Victim,” based on her debut fictional offering “The Eleventh Victim,” which is about powerful Atlanta assistant D.A. Hailey Dean (Garth) whose fiancee is mysteriously killed.
We're so happy to see that the stars of "Magic Mike" are having as much fun with the film's concept as the rest of us, particularly when it comes to their costumes - or lack thereof (we hope!).
Word has it that Matthew McConaughey will be wearing a pair of pants that will give his backside plenty of um, breathing room, and while he wouldn't confirm to New York magazine's Vulture that the pants are indeed a**less, he did say that he created them.
"I did design some special pants," the 42-year-old actor said, and his co-star Channing Tatum - who provides the basis for the male stripper movie, as he himself used to "dance" once upon a time - backs him up.
"In the early days, TV was in black and white," Whoopi Goldberg said as she presented the Groundbreaking Award to the cast of "In Living Color" at the TV Land Awards earlier this month.
"But let's be honest," she went on. "It was really more white than black. But in 1990, a new show changed the face of television, not to mention comedy."
Created by actor/writer Keenen Ivory Wayans, the sketch comedy series "In Living Color" ran on Fox from 1990-1994, and "brought a new multiculturalism to the primetime variety genre, which basically means there was nothing like it on television anywhere," continued Goldberg.
Look who's joining the party: Christina Ricci has signed on to do the second big-screen adaptation of the cartoon classic “The Smurfs.”
According to the Hollywood Reporter, the actress will be the face behind the voice of a new character named Vexi - an evil version of Smurfette.
She’ll apparently be in good company for the animated film's sequel as, according to reports, most of the original flick's stars are expected to return.
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