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Actor James Franco is adding yet another line to his resume: magazine columnist.
According to the New York Post, the “127 Hours” star will set aside some of his other rolling obligations as a graduate student, actor, director and performance artist to pen a column each month for ... drumroll please .... Playboy!
In a lengthy e-mail message to the Daily Beast's Andrew Sullivan that was posted to the site on Monday, CNN's Anderson Cooper comes out publicly as gay.
Sullivan, who writes that he has counted Cooper as a friend for more than two decades, says in the article that he asked Cooper to weigh in on a recent Entertainment Weekly piece that examined the trend of gay people coming out in a "more ... matter-of-fact way" than in the past. Sullivan, who is openly gay and an advocate of same-sex marriage, says he asked for Cooper's opinion "for reasons that are probably obvious to most."
And in an e-mailed response, which Sullivan writes the "Anderson Cooper 360" anchor gave him permission to post, Cooper writes that he's thought about the topic over the years, and has decided to be clear about the fact that he’s gay.
Tongues are wagging with reports that Katie Holmes has moved out of the home she shared with soon-to-be ex Tom Cruise and their 6-year-old daughter, Suri.
According to People magazine, the 33-year-old actress was seen on June 28, the same day she filed for divorce, moving out of the New York City apartment in which the family of three lived together. Rumor has it she and Suri are going to live in another apartment in the city.
[This post contains spoilers to the July 1 episode of HBO's "True Blood."]
On this week’s “True Blood,” while Pam was saving her new child from suicide, her own maker finally came back into town.
Eric was perplexed to see Tara with Pam, and so Pam explained, “She’s mine. I made her a vampire while you were gone. Congratulations, you’re a grandfather.”
A lot happened at the 2012 BET Awards on Sunday night: D’Angelo performed live on TV for the first time in years; the late Whitney Houston was remembered with a show-stopping performance; and Kanye West and Kim Kardashian did their best to keep the rumors swirling about their relationship.
The live broadcast featured some of the biggest stars in the music world, including Jay-Z and Beyonce (who won best female R&B artist), Nicki Minaj (the recipient of the best female hip-hop artist award), and Usher.
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