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Celebritology 2.0: July 25, 2010 - July 31, 2010

Celebritology Weekend: Angelina Jolie biography arrives; Heidi Montag files for divorce

Three celeb-centric stories on our radar this weekend... Angelina Jolie, dissected in book form. (AP) Angelina, unauthorized: “Angelina Jolie: The Unauthorized Biography,” Andrew Morton’s largely anonymously sourced story based on the allegedly real life of the “Salt” star, hits book stores today, three days earlier than originally planned. Why the rush? Because, according to USA Today, publisher St. Martin’s Press wanted to get the gossipy 336-page tome into the marketplace before any more juicy tidbits leak into the blogosphere. In other words, you can read about Jolie’s supposedly traumatic early childhood separation from her mother, her shared-shower moment with Leonardo DiCaprio and the fact that her now-faded Billy Bob Thornton tattoo was etched in Helvetica font by paying the $26.99 cover price, or you can just track down those details on the Web. The choice is yours'. Butler to become “The Butler”: After struggling to find funding for his Civil...

By Jen Chaney  | July 31, 2010; 6:00 AM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (5)
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The unauthorized Angelina Jolie biography: A book club discussion guide

"Angelina": coming to a book store (and maybe book club?) near you. (St. Martin's Press via AP) "Angelina: An Unauthorized Biography" arrives in bookstores Saturday, ready to make readers use their suntan-lotioned fingers to flip feverishly through its 336 pages of largely anonymously sourced tidbits. Of course, some reviews and a number of allegedly juicy leaks from the purportedly true story of the "Salt" star, as written by speculative celeb-bio king Andrew Morton, have already begun to spread, which prompted St. Martin's Press to bump up the release date from the previously planned Aug. 3. Here's a roundup of just a few of the topics you might discuss, should you make "Angelina" the next selection in your neighborhood book club. Jolie's virginity: According to USA Today, the book reports that Jolie lost her virginity at 14 and was assisted in her young sexual efforts by mother Marcheline Bertrand who...

By Jen Chaney  | July 30, 2010; 12:25 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (63)
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Friday List: Who shouldn't play Lisbeth Salander in 'The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo'

The original "Girl," Noomi Rapace. (Knut Koivisto) With Daniel Craig officially cast to play the male lead, Mikael Blomkvist, in the U.S. version of "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo," speculation continues about who will play opposite him in the role of Lisbeth Salander. A pierced, bisexual, damaged and dangerous waif with a photographic memory and mad hacker skillz, Salander has become an iconic heroine during the past few years. The Stieg Larsson "Millennium Trilogy" books in which she originated have sold millions of copies. And Noomi Rapace's pitch-perfect portrayal of the character in the Swedish film adaptations have set the bar so high that the next actress is going to have to pole vault to reach it. Rumors about who might get the part have been encouraging. Carey Mulligan has taken herself out of the running, but Ellen Page and Mia Wasikowska are considered to still be under,...

By Paul Williams  | July 30, 2010; 10:36 AM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (22)
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Ellen DeGeneres out of 'Idol,' J. Lo may be in and Kara DioGuardi fired?

You'll never see these "American Idol" judges together again. (Fox) | PHOTO GALLERY Celebrity Beat: Ellen DeGeneres steps down as "American Idol" judge; Jennifer Lopez may replace her; and Kara DioGuardi has reportedly been fired... Leaks emerge from Andrew Morton's Angelina Jolie biography, prompting release date to be moved to Saturday... Lindsay Lohan receiving 250 letters a day in jail... Mark Wahlberg gets star on Hollywood Walk of Fame... Leonardo DiCaprio officially drops out of Mel Gibson Viking movie... Matt LeBlanc admits he dyed his hair the entire time he was on "Friends"... Jon Hamm says he does not possess the "marriage chip," but calls girlfriend Jennifer Westfeldt the "love of his life" in new Parade interview... Sara Gilbert of "Roseanne" fame now officially out of the closet... Media begins scramble to cover Chelsea Clinton's wedding. Rumor Mill: Laurence Fishburne's daughter, Montana Fishburne, reportedly trying to break into Hollywood...

By Jen Chaney  | July 30, 2010; 8:20 AM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (22)
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For Zac Efron, advice on reaching movie star maturity

Zac Efron began to chart a path away from shiny, happy "High School Musical" land with last year's engaging, but little seen "Me and Orson Welles." This weekend, he takes a few more steps along that same, take-me-seriously road with the release of his latest film, the weepy drama "Charlie St. Cloud." In his personal life, Efron also appears to be seeking to pursue more "adult" behavior. On Wednesday's "Jimmy Kimmel Live," he confirmed that he and "High School Musical" co-star Corbin Bleu visited a strip club in New York as rumored, an incident that New York magazine characterized as another potentially calculated move to prove that Efron is, indeed, a grown man. Of course, he was so honest and cute about the whole thing on "Kimmel" that the effort -- if it was indeed an effort -- may not have achieved the desired effect. Given these developments, this seems...

By Jen Chaney  | July 29, 2010; 2:10 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (5)
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From 'Kitty Galore' to 'Yogi Bear': Vote for the most horrific family movie trailer

"Toy Story 3" has spoiled us. So have movies like "How to Train Your Dragon" and "Despicable Me." Beautifully executed, critically praised animated films like these sometimes make us forget that much of what passes for Hollywood family entertainment often looks like cartoon and/or CGI excrement. Three trailers for upcoming kid-friendly releases are proof of that. The question is: Which of these previews promises to deliver the most excruciating film-going experience the whole family can share? We begin with "Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore," the unfortunately named talking-animal sequel that arrives in theaters tomorrow with (so far) a shockingly low 8 percent positive score on Rotten Tomatoes. One look at the trailer pretty much explains why. Looking ahead to September, we've got "Alpha and Omega," a cartoon love story about two wolves trying to survive in the wild. This preview violates more cliche crimes than it's possible...

By Jen Chaney  | July 29, 2010; 11:15 AM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (10)
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Lindsay Lohan allegedly receiving preferential treatment in jail; Kanye West performs at Twitter HQ

Lindsay Lohan, pre-jail term (and Twizzlers). (Getty Images) Celebrity Beat: Lindsay Lohan allegedly sparks resentment among inmates due to preferential treatment; actress gets to keep hair extensions in jail, also enjoys snacking on Twizzlers... After joining Twitter Wednesday, Kanye West takes his social media road show to Twitter headquarters... California investigators not filing charges against other Michael Jackson doctors... Casey Affleck files to have sexual harassment suit moved to private arbitration... Former "Bachelor," "Dancing With the Stars" contestant Melissa Rycroft is pregnant with first child... ABC executive Steve McPherson reportedly resigned during sexual harassment investigation, Hollywood Reporter writes. Rumor Mill: Elisabetta Canalis, girlfriend of George Clooney, implicated in Italian nightclub cocaine scandal... Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt are secretly still together... Penelope Cruz spotted in baggy shirt and, therefore, is pregnant. Pop Culture: Should "The Office" promote Jenna Fischer's Pam after Steve Carell departs?... New York Times reminds us...

By Jen Chaney  | July 29, 2010; 7:32 AM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (23)
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Kanye West makes our day by joining Twitter

In a move that is sure to spark quotable tweets for years to come, Kanye West has joined Twitter. Frankly, it's surprising that it took him this long, but I guess he was trying to keep his trap shut after the great MTV VMA Debacle of 2009. Kanye West, peace-ing out and Tweeting out. (AP) The hip-hop artist and controversy generator made his Twitter debut this morning with a spelling error: "Up early in the morning taking meetings in Silicone Valley." But, demonstrating a sense of humor, he immediately followed up with a correction: "Lol I spelled Silicon wrong ( I guess I was still thinking about the other type of silicone ITS A PROCESS!! : )" He has spent the rest of the day noting various shout-outs he's received from media outlets -- please RT us, Kanye! -- and praising Jimmy Fallon for his ability to rock a suit....

By Jen Chaney  | July 28, 2010; 4:10 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (0)
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Comic-Con 2010: Seeing stars, from Willliam Shatner to Michael Cera, on the party scene

The scene at the EW/SyFy party. (Photo by Jen Chaney) Like many of the people who ventured to San Diego, I'm still attempting to recuperate from Comic-Con. And by attempting to recuperate, I mean regain my energy and finish posting all the blog items I had hoped to publish during the nonstop, four-day swirl of pop-culture activity. In addition to the sightings of costumed Darth Vaders and Hit Girls, I also managed to sneak in some celeb-spotting over the weekend during a few of the roughly 873 Comic-Con-related parties that were happening in the San Diego area. On the heels of Thursday's G4/Lucasfilm Stormtrooper throw-down, I spent my Friday night hopping from party to party to party. First stop: The Tweet House event on the USS Midway, where views of the San Diego skyline from the upper deck were beautiful and Web-savvy industry types, as well as a few...

By Jen Chaney  | July 28, 2010; 3:00 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (2)
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In light of Wyclef Jean's possible run for Haitian presidency, a look at other potential celeb politicians

Haiti native and former Fugee Wyclef Jean is seriously considering running for president of Haiti in that country's November election, according to numerous news reports. Although the singer and activist hasn't officially confirmed his plans, already Celebritology has one piece of advice for Jean: Don't make "Gone Till November" your official campaign theme. Jean's possible run has sparked thoughts about other celebrities whom we also wouldn't be surprised to see pursuing political leadership roles. We know all the usual rich-and-famous suspects who would make natural candidates for president, senator or governor: your Bonos, your Clooneys, your Brangelinas and Oprah Winfreys. But here are five other celebrities who could easily channel their star power and commitment to civic causes into successful runs for office. (AP) Billie Joe Armstrong The frontman for Green Day is clearly a political guy, one who has done work for Habitat for Humanity, campaigned for Barack Obama...

By Jen Chaney  | July 28, 2010; 11:40 AM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (11)
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Mel Gibson meets with detectives, requests observer for baby visits; Old Spice Guy cast in Jennifer Aniston movie

Angelina Jolie, breaking out the slit for "Salt" in Tokyo. (AP) | PHOTO GALLERY Update (2:35 p.m. ET): The newly wed Orlando Bloom and Miranda Kerr expecting a child. Celebrity Beat: Mel Gibson speaks to detectives about extortion claims, reportedly requests "unbiased observer" to witness baby visits; of course, new audio of "terrorizing telephone calls" from Gibson to Oksana Grigorieva has been released ... Lindsay Lohan wants family time before rehab stint... Diablo Cody welcomes baby boy... Al Gore reportedly interviewed by Portland police in sex abuse case... Chris Tucker reportedly owes IRS more than $11 million in back taxes... Kenneth Starr, celebrity financial adviser, could be released on $10 million bond. Photographed: A glimpse of Amy Adams's new baby daughter. Pop Culture: Old Spice Guy cast in Jennifer Aniston movie... Cillian Murphy of "Inception" to star in "The Retreat"... "Twilight's" Edi Gathegi joins "X-Men: First Class"... Lee Pace...

By Jen Chaney  | July 28, 2010; 8:55 AM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (18)
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'The Town': Assessing the trailer for a film destined for the Toronto International Film Festival

One of the many films announced today as part of the Toronto Film Festival line-up is Ben Affleck's "The Town," his second directorial effort after "Gone Baby Gone." If you've seen "Inception," you may well have seen the trailer for "The Town," a Boston crime thriller that contains echoes of "Gone" and whose bank heist snippets are creepily reminiscent of the opening of "The Dark Knight." Affleck did a solid job with "Gone Baby Gone" so I am intrigued to see what he does with his second effort. But I have one major issue with the trailer, aside from the fact that it screams out for more Jon Hamm. The preview reveals a bit too much detail about the plot, particularly via the reveal that happens at around the 1:55 mark. That's a moment I might have preferred not to see before heading into the theater. If you dared to...

By Jen Chaney  | July 27, 2010; 4:32 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (5)
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'Mad Men' season four: Why Betty is already bugging me

Betty Francis: looking upbeat and easygoing, as always. (AMC) Let me start by saying this about Betty Francis, formerly Draper of TV's "Mad Men": I have, on more than one occasion, carried a measure of sympathy for her. Betty is a product of the era that preceded her current one, a simple housewife of the '50s attempting to move through the '60s in impossibly flouncy skirts and high heels. She has no sense of self and an existence stifled by the daily suburban grind of backyard parties, cocktail hours and, at least when she was with Don, a perpetually adulterous husband. I have felt for her. I really have. But with just one episode of the fourth season of "Mad Men" behind us, one thing is clear: Betty is really starting to bug me. Betty's chilly incompetence as a mother has already been well-documented by a number of sources,...

By Jen Chaney  | July 27, 2010; 2:20 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (30)
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At Comic-Con, evidence of our love-hate relationship with 3D

The 3D glasses. Oh, they're on. (AP) At Comic-Con 2009, 3D movies asserted themselves as the latest eye-popping trend in Hollywood. Thanks to previews of pop-up-book-like films such as "Avatar" and "Alice in Wonderland," it became clear that 3D had arrived as a force, a force big enough to compel Comic-Con planners to convert the San Diego Convention Center's big flick-previewing auditorium, Hall H, into a 3D theater. But perhaps what wasn't as clear at the time? How much those multi-dimensions would alter the movie-making and viewing experience, and how conflicted we'd feel about that. At Comic-Con 2010, a year after that 3D watershed moment, nearly half of the movies previewed in Hall H -- from "Megamind" to "Captain America" to "Drive Angry 3D" -- required the visual aid of those special glasses. And, depending on what they were promoting, filmmakers either touted the magic of this new technology,...

By Jen Chaney  | July 27, 2010; 11:40 AM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (5)
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Angelina Jolie opens Twitter account; Oliver Stone apologizes for 'Times' comments

File photo of Oliver Stone. (AP) Celebrity Beat: Angelina Jolie has joined Twitter, but not to Tweet; Jolie says Pitt is "wonderful father"... Check out Mrs. Orlando Bloom's wedding bling... Fugees singer Wyclef Jean kind of denies rumors he will run for president of Haiti... Christina Applegate shows off baby bump... Unauthenticated Mel Gibson tape No. 7 brings former James Bond, Timothy Dalton, into the mix... Eddie Cibrian, kids will move in with LeAnn Rimes... Rapper DMX goes to jail... And finally, Lindsay Lohan misses family. Pop Culture Mix: Daniel Craig officially cast in "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo"... Oliver Stone apologizes for comments made to The Sunday Times of London... Season premiere of "Mad Men" delivers record ratings... Nigel Lythgoe nears deal to return to "American Idol"...Terry Gilliam will direct YouTube webcast of indie super band Arcade Fire... President Obama will appear on "The View"... Elvis' white...

By Sarah Anne Hughes  | July 27, 2010; 8:46 AM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (14)
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The buzziest movies to come out of Comic-Con 2010

"The Avengers" cast, soaking up the buzz. (AP) | PHOTO GALLERY The promotional pop-culture dust has settled, the "Star Wars" freaks have (presumably) packed away their Darth Vader masks and Comic-Con 2010 has come to an end. Now that it's over, which high-profile movies have gained the most much-coveted buzz coming out of the Con? Here's a breakdown, based on the panels I attended and word-of-mouth from the big long weekend in San Diego. "The Avengers": Production hasn't even begun on this Marvel superhero ensemble film, which now counts Jeremy Renner and Mark Ruffalo among its lead players. But excitement is officially high for this 2012 release, which unveiled its cast in the flesh for the first time at Comic-Con while director Joss Whedon humbly asked for the crowd's support as he moves forward with the making of the movie. He certainly has the support of one girl who...

By Jen Chaney  | July 26, 2010; 2:40 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (2)
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What we learned about 'Glee' at Comic-Con

The "Glee" panel at Comic-Con. (Photo by Jen Chaney) The geeks at Comic-Con morphed into Gleek mode during a scream-filled, Artie-appreciative panel discussion Sunday afternoon. During said panel -- and during a brief press conference that preceded it -- some interesting details about the show's second season emerged. For those who missed all the info during yesterday's "Gleek" Twitter-ama, here are the highlights: Show creator and executive producer Ryan Murphy confirmed that there will be a Britney Spears episode, featuring six songs by Miss "Oops, I Did It Again." During the press conference he said, "Brittany will sing one." I initially thought he meant Britney, as in Spears, but in retrospect, I believe he was referring to the Brittany played by Heather Morris. Still, will be interesting to see if Spears eventually gets involved somehow. The cast is getting the script for the episode today, and Murphy promises it...

By Jen Chaney  | July 26, 2010; 12:00 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (7)
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Weekend box office: 'Inception' stays No. 1, beats 'Salt'

"Inception" stays No. 1 at box office. (Warner Bros.) Posted by Sarah Anne Hughes After much speculation and a close race, "Inception" stayed number one at the box office for the second week in a row, putting "Salt" in the number two position. Films for kids proved profitable with "Despicable Me," "The Sorcerer's Apprentice," "Toy Story 3," "Ramona and Beezus" and "The Last Airbender" all in the top ten. Read about the rest of the weekend box office below. "Inception" proved that a complicated, 2D picture could be profitable and stay that way after the initial buzz has died down. The film brought in $43.5 million bringing its 10-day total to $143.7 million. This is the second July that Christopher Nolan has dominated at the box office; his "The Dark Knight" ruled the month in 2008, according to Hollywood.com. "Salt," debuting with $36.5 million, may not have knocked Nolan's...

By Sarah Anne Hughes  | July 26, 2010; 9:53 AM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (7)
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Amanda Bynes now "unretired" from acting; Alfred Molina will join 'Law & Order' franchise

Amanda Bynes is back! (AP) Celebrity Beat: Amanda Bynes has "unretired" from acting via Twitter after a month long absence; in completely unrelated news, Bynes' first unretirement Tweet is a trailer for film she's in... Lindsay Lohan's lawyer: "She has made some friends" in prison; Lilo's pre-prison ink, a little girl on her arm, discovered, resembles girl on Twitter background... Reality star Alexis Neiers released from prison... Former teen idol Tiffany defends Miley Cyrus... Kim Kardashian begs fan not to get plastic surgery to look like her... Casey Affleck accused of sexual harassment, denies claim. Rumor Mill: Has Paris Hilton been surgically enhanced?... Kate Winslet's rumored rebound guy is a cute model... Lindsay Lohan to make post-jail comeback film... Did mold kill Brittany Murphy and husband?... Robert Pattinson involved in traffic accident? Pop Culture Mix: Alfred Molina will star in "Law & Order: Los Angeles"... Zach Braff is writing...

By Sarah Anne Hughes  | July 26, 2010; 8:03 AM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (15)
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'The Avengers' makes its mark at Comic-Con 2010

"The Avengers" cast, fully assembled, with director Joss Whedon. (AP) | PHOTO GALLERY Updated below, with video The rumors about who, exactly, would star in Marvel's movie version of "The Avengers" swirled for weeks. Most fans of the franchise or followers of movie news pretty much knew what the cast was going to look like. Nevertheless, the moment when Samuel L. Jackson (Nick Fury), Scarlett Johansson (Black Widow), Chris Hemsworth (Thor), Chris Evans (Captain America), Robert Downey, Jr. (Iron Man), Jeremy Renner (Hawkeye) and Mark Ruffalo (now confirmed as the Hulk) gathered on stage for the first time Saturday undeniably became the most electrifying moment of San Diego Comic-Con. Fans in Hall H went into a full-on tizzy -- one heightened when director Joss Whedon walked onstage -- and Comic-Con attendees were still chattering Sunday about the reveal. Update: Video of the big moment has been posted here in...

By Jen Chaney  | July 25, 2010; 3:15 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (1)
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Comic-Con 2010: Live Tweets from Sunday panels and events

It's the final day of San Diego Comic-Con. But you can't stop the Tweets. Jen Chaney will again be live-Tweeting during the day at Twitter.com/celebritology. You also can follow her Tweets right here starting at 10 a.m. PST/1 p.m. EST. Update: The following is an archive of Jen's Tweet's from Comic-Con Sunday panels and events, in reverse chronological order. Scroll to the bottom to start from the beginning. -- 12:05 p.m. EST, Sunday, July 25 Actually, I think Murphy *did* mean Brittany is doing a Britney song, not Spears. Sorry for misunderstanding -- clearly Tweeting 2 quickly. @JasmineBritney That's what I thght he said in press conference, unless when he said one of them will be sung by Britney, he meant Brittany. I will be posting more Comic-Con-related posts this week at washingtonpost.com/celebritology, including one on Glee. #sdcc Think I'll take one last spin around exhibit floor, then I...

By Jen Chaney  | July 25, 2010; 1:00 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (0)
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Comic-Con 2010: 'Smallville' and 'Glee' on day four

The superheroes pack up their capes today at Comic-Con. (AP) | PHOTO GALLERY Sunday is when things start to wind down at Comic-Con. Fans, industry types and press begin to depart the city of San Diego as the last set of panels unfold. Consequently, I only have two big things on the agenda since I too am heading home later today. As I have throughout the convention, I will Twitter all reports at twitter.com/celebritology; you also can read along right here in the blog in the live-Tweet post that goes live later this morning PST. And more posts about Comic-Con -- including a report on Saturday's Entertainment Weekly party -- are forthcoming. "Smallville" Because so many fans demanded it, I will attempt to hit the panel for "Smallville," the last Comic-Con appearance for the Superman show as it enters its final season. I say attempt because I heard last...

By Jen Chaney  | July 25, 2010; 10:09 AM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (2)
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