The Tables are Turned on Roger Ebert
Usually he's the one being critical, but now he's the one getting the criticism. Film critic Roger Ebert felt some serious Twitter backlash after his tweet about "Jackass" star Ryan Dunn. Dunn, died in a car crash Monday morning and shortly after Ebert tweeted "Friends don't let jackasses drink and drive." Friends and fans of Dunn have been attacking Ebert online, including Perez Hilton who called Ebert's comments "insensitive." In a new blog entry on his website Ebert has offered sympathy to Dunn's family and friends and to those of the passenger who was also killed in the crash.
Hef Won't Have Any Trouble Finding Future Fiances
If you needed evidence that diamonds are a girl's best friend and dogs are man's best friend...here it is. After calling off the wedding just days before the walk down the aisle last week, Crystal Harris tried to return the $90,000 engagement ring to Hugh Hefner. Harris tells Radaronline.com that Hefner told her to keep the ring and the Bentley he gave her. However, he was more than happy to take his dog Charlie.
Good News for "Mad Men"
Looks like John Hamm will be sticking around for a while...another three years to be exact. Deadline.com reports the actor has signed a three year deal to remain on AMC's "Mad Men." The eight figure deal makes him one of the highest paid actors on the show. The show is set to return in 2012.