Adrienne Bailon snaps back at Kim K., and more news to note
August 1st, 2014
05:12 PM ET

Adrienne Bailon snaps back at Kim K., and more news to note

Today's talk you might've missed:

  • So when are Adrienne Bailon and Kim Kardashian going to meet up in a bar in Ibiza to settle this fight? After Kim K. took issue with Adrienne Bailon saying her past romance with Kim's younger brother Rob had a negative impact on her brand, Bailon has responded to Mrs. Kardashian-West. [Adrienne Bailon's Instagram]
  • OK the bad news: Jennifer Lawrence and Nicholas Hoult have broken up. The good news? Jennifer Lawrence and Nicholas Hoult are back on the market! [MTV]
  • In other news, Zichelle - or is it Mifron? - are still going strong. (We're talking about Zac Efron and Michelle Rodriguez, obvs.) [TMZ]
  • NBC is going a wee bit overboard with the live musicals. In addition to "Peter Pan Live!" with Allison Williams, there's also a "Today" show musical co-written by Kathie Lee Gifford. It'll be 18 minutes long, called "Not Today and Tomorrow's Not Looking Good Either," and will air before the end of the year. [THR]
  • Here's what happens when Julia Roberts and Jimmy Fallon throw balls at each other's faces:
  • Chris Messina, you're breaking our hearts, cheating on Dianna Agron like this! (Yes, we know this is just for a music video, but it's Sam Smith singing and that gets us all emotional.)

Filed under: While you were working
No one, not even Franco, can make Colbert break character
August 1st, 2014
05:00 PM ET

No one, not even Franco, can make Colbert break character

On "The Colbert Report," wily James Franco tried to catch Colbert out of character.

Of course, he failed, but that didn't make his attempt any less admirable.

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Filed under: Late Night comedy • television
Why everyone's talking about Michael Keaton's 'Birdman'
August 1st, 2014
01:45 PM ET

Why everyone's talking about Michael Keaton's 'Birdman'

Put Michael Keaton in a pair of tighty-whities and cast him as the star of a meta movie directed by Alejandro González Iñárritu, and you could have the formula for a Keaton comeback.

The 62-year-old actor's career hasn't exactly been a string of hits since he portrayed Batman more than 20 years ago - though, in his defense, he's done well with his voice roles - but after getting a look at the extended international trailer for his October release, "Birdman," suddenly everyone's keeping an eye on Keaton.

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Filed under: movies • Trailer Park
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