The E Buzz for October 19, 2011
Another Contestant Eliminated
There were big names on "Dancing with the Stars" last night. Kelly Clarkson and The Band Perry each performed on the show before another contestant was kicked off. It was Carson Kressley's turn to go home after posting the lowest score the past two weeks.
Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith Branching Out Financially
It's becoming quite common for celebrities to invest in professional sports. Now Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith have become part-owners of the Philadelphia 76ers. They aren't the only ones into basketball. Jay-Z is part owner of the New Jersey Nets, and Usher owns a piece of the Cleveland Cavaliers.
An Actress Suing IMDB
We don't know who the actress is, but "The Hollywood Reporter" says an actress is suing the popular movie website IMDB for posting her age. She says they are harming her career by publishing her age because "in the entertainment industry, youth is king." She is seeking at least $1-million in punitive damages and a restrainig order against IMDB.
"Les Miserables" Cast Filling In
It's amazing the musical "Les Miserables" hasn't come to the big screen before this, but it is finally happening. Now Anne Hathaway's spokesperson is confirming a report by Deadline that she will be part of the film. Hugh Jackman and Russell Crowe have already been cast. The script writer is the same one who co-wrote "Gladiator." They're hoping to release the film in December of 2012.
Tags : Topics : Entertainment_Culture, Human InterestSocial : Entertainment_Culture, Human InterestPeople : Anne Hathaway, Carson Kressley, Hugh Jackman, Jada Pinkett Smith, Jada Pinkett Smith Branching, Jay-Z, Kelly Clarkson, Now Will Smith, Russell Crowe, Will Smith