Brad Pitt

Brad Pitt plans to stop acting in three years

Moneyball star Brad Pitt, 47, says he has three more years left of acting and then he plans to retire from the big screen.
“I am really enjoying the producorial (sic) side and development of stories and putting those pieces together. And getting stories to the plate that might have had a tougher time otherwise,” Pitt told the Australian version of 60 Minutes.

In the interview, it was clear that Pitt is committed to taking only the best acting roles he can find in the time he has left in films so that his children can one day be proud of him.

“If I am choosing a film right now, I want it to be maybe less immature than things I have done in the past. I’m very conscious, when they’re adults, I want it to mean something to them. I want them to think ‘Dad’s alright.’”

And speaking of his children, Pitt said that he and Angelina Jolie are still undecided on whether to expand their already sizable family. He added, I don’t know that we’re finished. I don’t know yet. I don’t know.”

When asked if he is happy, Pitt replied, “I think happiness is overrated, truthfully I do. I think sometimes you’re happy, sometimes you’re not. There’s too much pressure to be happy. I don’t know. I don’t really give a s–t. I know I will be at times and I know I won’t be at times. Satisfied, at peace, those would be more goals for myself.”

Brad Pitt is considering marrying baby mama Angelina Jolie.

Brad Pitt

Brad Pitt

The “Tree of Life” star says that he and his “Kung Fu Panda 2″ star partner are thinking about tying the knot because their kids are asking about it. The 47-year-old actor, who was infamously quoted that he and Angie won’t marry unless gay people could marry legally, now admits that the idea isn’t too farfetched.

He told USA Weekend in an interview, “The kids ask about marriage. It’s meaning more and more to them. So it’s something we’ve got to look at.” Brad also says that he worries about the safety of his children with Angelina, saying his fears “keep me up at night.”
Being the children of a Hollywood power couple, the Jolie-Pitt kids –adopted kids Maddox, Pax and Zahara, and biological children Shiloh, Knox and Vivienne – are constantly followed by cameras. Brad admits that they are “hunted,” but he is fine with that.
He said, “Our kids have to live behind a gate. Outside, there are people with cameras. But I’ll take the trade-off. I never knew I was capable of experiencing so much love.”
Still, Brangelina, as Brad and Angelina are often called, try to give their children normal lives.
“Angie and I do everything we can to carve out some semblance of normalcy for them, to recreate the kinds of moments that were special for us. It’s not unusual for the kids to be covered in paint. We have mud fights. It’s chaos from morning until the lights go out, and sometimes after that.”
And while raising children is a demanding job, Brad says he and Angelina “demand” to have their time alone together.
“There are no secrets at our house. We tell the kids, ‘Mom and Dad are going off to kiss.’ They go, ‘Eww, gross!’ But we demand it.”

Quentin Tarantino desperate for Lady Gaga to star in his film

Quentin Tarantino desperate for Lady Gaga to star in his film

Quentin Tarantino desperate for Lady Gaga to star in his film

Oscar-winning filmmaker Quentin Tarantino has his eyes on Grammy-winning singer Lady Gaga. The “Inglourious Basterds” director is reportedly crazy about Gaga, apparently desperate for her to star in his next film.

According to the Daily Mirror, Quentin is keen to work more closely with the singer. Upon learning that they are both in Cannes, he is making sure that he impresses her with her A-list pals.

An insider told the tabloid, “It’s no secret Quentin’s been eyeing up Gaga for a role in one of his up-and-coming films. And now they’re both in Cannes, he’s keen to show off his movie star credentials.”

He introduced her to his pals Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, knowing that Gaga is a big fan of the Hollywood power couple.

“Tarantino knows Gaga’s a big fan of Brangelina. When she heard they were both in Cannes, too, she mentioned that she’d love to have them come and watch the show. So Quentin gave his pal Brad a bell to ask the couple to join them,” the source said.

“As one fiery woman to another, Gaga’s always been really into Ange and she thinks glamorous location of Cannes is just the place for them to get pally.”

Quentin has recently said that his next movie will be titled “Django Unchained,” which will star Will Smith. Whether he has a part already written for Gaga in the film or in any of his upcoming projects is still unknown.

Jason Mraz to marry fiancée if gay marriage is legally allowed

Jason Mraz

Jason Mraz

Jason Mraz’s new fiancée shouldn’t expect to get married any time soon. The “I’m Yours” singer says he will only marry girlfriend Tristan Prettyman when gay couples are legally allowed to get married. Mraz, 33, asked his 28-year-old “dream girl” to be his wife last month, but until gay marriage is deemed legal, he won’t say I Do yet. He told our source during Elton John’s Concert to Benefit the American Foundation for Equal Rights in Beverly Hills last week, “”We both feel that in our engagement, we have a union that’s really special and can’t be broken. It’s a sacred bond.” “The wedding would be nice for our family, our friends, our community – our moms especially – and so it puts us in the fight. We can’t get married until [gay] marriage is legal and equal. I think giving people the right to marry will be a huge movement in civil rights.” Mraz isn’t the only one who feels exactly the same way. Brad Pitt famously said in an interview in 2006 that he and Jolie would only get married when everyone in the country is legally able to.

Ryan Reynolds Named People Magazine’s “Sexiest Man Alive”

Ryan Reynolds

Ryan Reynolds

Ryan Reynolds Named People Magazine’s “Sexiest Man Alive”. Ryan Reynolds joins the ranks of Brad Pitt, George Clooney and Johnny Depp as he’s named this year’s Sexiest Man Alive by People magazine.  The 34-year-old actor had been previously honored by the magazine in 2009 and 2008, but this year is the first time the star, who suits up for “The Green Lantern” next year, has taken the title and the cover. “The most difficult part is going to be organically working this title into a conversation with random strangers,” Reynolds joked to People magazine. It also didn’t hurt that Reynolds has been showing off his abs for years in films like “The Proposal,” “The Amityville Horror,” and “Blade: Trinity.” If that’s not enough, he’s also covered many a Men’s Health magazine. “My body naturally wants to look like Dick Van Dyke,” he jokes. “When I stop training, I turn into a skin-colored whisper.” He also expects home life with his wife of two years, actress Scarlett Johansson, to change. “Now it’s going to be, ‘Sexiest man, take out the garbage.’ That does sound better,” he said. Also scoring Sexiest Man honors this year are Jon Hamm, Jon Bon Jovi, Joe Manganiello of “True Blood,” and “Twilight” star Kellan Lutz.

Jennifer Aniston Voted World’s Most Eligible Single Woman.

Jennifer Aniston Voted World's Most Eligible Single Woman

Jennifer Aniston Voted World's Most Eligible Single Woman

Jennifer Aniston Voted World’s Most Eligible Single Woman; Betty White At 4th. Jennifer Aniston is the world’s most eligible single woman, according to a 60 Minutes/Vanity Fair poll. The survey result, released Monday, shows that the former “Friends” star beat out Halle Berry and even Betty White for the title. The 41-year-old actress, who famously split with Brad Pitt, Vince Vaughn, and John Mayer among  others, pulled in 29 percent of the overall vote. She amassed 27 percent of the men’s votes and 32 percent of the women’s.  She is followed by Oscar winner Halle Berry. The mother of one, who recently split with baby daddy Gabriel Aubry, took in 21 percent of the total votes. Tiger Woods’ ex-wife Elin Nordegren gets 15 percent at third place. 88-year-old Betty White is at fourth place. The widow of TV host Allen Ludden garnered 11 percent of the total votes. Following her are Lady Gaga and Justice Elena Kegan, who gathered 5 percent and 4 percent votes respectively. The poll was conducted by telephone at the CBS News interviewing facility among a random sample of 906 adults nationwide from September 6 to 8.

Male escorts for Brad Pitt and George Clooney.

Male escorts for Brad Pitt and George Clooney.

Male escorts for Brad Pitt and George Clooney.

Brad Pitt And George Clooney’s Pricey Prank Wars.  Brad Pitt and George Clooney have been playing some pretty pricey pranks on one another. Our source told us  that the pranks between the two A-list actors have been escalating, with the pranks now costing the duo in the thousands just to get one up on the other. “Brad and George are sending each other an endless stream of male escorts while each is on set,” an insider tells our source. “They will pay them in advance on a credit card to make sure the escort shows up.” It doesn’t look like the pranks will end anytime soon, as the two have been going at their jokes for years. “A few years ago Brad offered a $1,000 to people to get them to pee in the vents George Clooney’s car,” an insider tells our source. “George came right back and offered $5,000 to pepper spray Brad’s car and paint it Orange.”

Will Ferrell To Attempt Guinness World Record With Gathering Of Superheroes

Aeon Flux

Aeon Flux

Will Ferrell To Attempt Guinness World Record With Gathering Of Superheroes. Actor Will Ferrell is setting up a new publicity stunt for his newest movie “MegaMind” in hopes of setting a new world record. Ferrell is hoping to snag the Guinness World Records title for the Largest Gathering of Superheroes by bringing together over 1,500 costumed superheroes. Fans can gather at the Los Angeles L.A. Live theatre on October 2 at 8 am to begin the events. According to the press release, fans “must arrive dressed as an easily recognizable superhero that has appeared in a published book, comic, television program or film, as stipulated by the record guidelines.” Stuart Claxton, an official Guinness World Records judge and representative, will be on hand to witness and judge the event. To break the actual record, a minimum of 1,501 superheroes will need to be present. The event will be hosted by DreamWorks Animation in celebration of “MegaMonth,” an official month dedicated to Mega-events across the country to celebrate Ferrell’s new film. The animated flick “Megamind” will feature the voices of Brad Pitt, Tina Fey and Jonah Hill and hits theaters on November 5 in 3D. You can go as:

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Zakuro Fujiwara (Tokyo Mew Mew)
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Gabrielle (Xena: Warrior Princess)
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Halliwell Sisters (Television) (Charmed)
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Heather Hudson, formerly Sasquatch, Exiles member (Marvel Comics)
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Invisible Woman (Marvel Comics)
Natasha Irons (DC Comics)
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Jack Phantom (America’s Best Comics)
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Jessica Jones (aka Jewel and Knightress) (Marvel Comics)
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Jennifer Kale (Marvel Comics)
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Kratha (Virgin Comics)
Kristin (Comics Interview)
Krystala (ABS-CBN Television)
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Lady Blackhawk (DC Comics)
Lady Luck The Spirit Section
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Emma Leck (M6kid)
Juniper Lee (The Life and Times of Juniper Lee)
Leeloo (The Fifth Element)
Faith Lehane (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)
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Lightning Lass (a.k.a. Light Lass, Gossamer, Spark) (DC Comics)
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Little Mermaid (DC Comics)
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Loria (see Blood Pack (comics) version) (DC Comics)
Lyja (aka Lazerfist and Ms. Fantastic) (Marvel Comics)(Marvel-MC2)

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Madame .44 (DC Comics)[2] Madame Mirage (Top Cow Productions)
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The Magdalena (Top Cow Productions)
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Maiden Justice
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Marvel Girl (Marvel Comics)
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Masada (see Youngblood) (various)
Matilda (Matilda from the Roald Dahl series)
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Maxima (DC Comics)
Maximum Ride (novel series and manga)
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Lynn Michaels (a.k.a. “Lady Punisher”) (Marvel Comics)
Lettuce Midorikawa (Tokyo Mew Mew)
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Ms. Mystic (originally Pacific Comics, then Continuity Comics)
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Namora (Marvel Comics)
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Negative Woman (DC Comics)
Nelvana of the Northern Lights (Hillborough Studio)
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Night Girl (DC Comics)
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Nightshade (DC Comics)
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Angel O’Day (see Angel and the Ape) (DC Comics)
Scarlet O’Neil (Newspaper Strip)
Aleta Ogord (see also Starhawk) (Marvel Comics)
Onyx (DC Comics)
Oracle (DC Comics)
Oracle (The Matrix)
Owlwoman (DC Comics)

Pantha (DC Comics)
Violet Parr (The Incredibles)
Penance (Marvel Comics)
Phantom Girl a.k.a. Apparition (DC Comics)
Phantom Lady
Phoenix (Marvel Comics)
Photon (Marvel Comics)
Pilgrim (see Wetworks) (DC-Wildstorm)
Pink Ranger (Power Rangers)
Pixie (Marvel Comics)
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Poison Ivy (from the comic series)
Kim Possible (from the self-titled cartoon series)
Power Girl (DC Comics)
Power Princess (Marvel Comics)
The Powerpuff Girls
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Princess Projectra a.k.a. Sensor (DC Comics)
Promethea (America’s Best Comics)
Psylocke (Marvel Comics)

Jenny Quantum (DC – Wildstorm)
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Queen of Swords
Jesse Quick (DC Comics)

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Rampage (DC Comics)
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Rose and Thorn II (DC Comics)
Rose Tattoo (DC – Wildstorm)
Willow Rosenberg (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)
Rouge the Bat (Sonic the Hedgehog)

Sabra (Marvel Comics)
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Sailor Jupiter (Tokyopop)
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Sakura Kinomoto (Tokyopop)
Samus Aran (Metroid Series)
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Sheena (Wags)
Liz Sherman (Dark Horse, Hellboy)
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Emma Sonnett (aka the 10th Muse) (various)
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Swift (DC – Wildstorm)
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Sylvanas Windrunner (Warcraft III)

Tank Girl (published by Dark Horse Comics)
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Turbo (Marvel Comics)

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Jakita Wagner (Dc-Wildstorm: Planetary)
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The Wasp (Marvel Comics)
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Brad Pitt Allegedly Cheated On Angelina Jolie With A Flight Attendant

Brad Pitt

Brad Pitt

Brad Pitt allegedly cheated on partner Angelina Jolie with a stewardess. According to a dubious report, the father of six apparently had sex with a model who moonlights as a flight attendant during a flight. OK magazine said that the woman, named Racine, claims she has slept with at least three of the men Angelina had also shared a bed with. She said she likes to sleep with married or attached men because “they get so excited when they cheat! It turns me on because I’m able to give them what they lack.” The magazine said that Brad was “caught cheating,” but it did not outright say that the “Hollywood’s golden boy” that Racine recently bedded was Brad.

Casey Affleck Sued For Sexual Harassment

Casey Affleck Sued

Casey Affleck Sued

Casey Affleck Sued For Sexual Harassment. Casey Affleck is being sued by a woman claiming she was fired from his film when she refused to spend the night with him. The “Gone Baby Gone” star calls Amanda White’s allegations “preposterous and without merit.” According to the lawsuit filed in Los Angeles Superior Court on Friday, White claims she was constantly harassed by the 34-year-old actor during the filming of the documentary “I’m Still Here: The Lost Year of Joaquin Phoenix.” White was a producer on the film. The suit, obtained by, states: “Affleck repeatedly referred to women as ‘cows;’ he discussed his sexual exploits and those of other celebrities that he allegedly witnessed; and asked [White], after learning her age, ‘Isn’t it about time you get pregnant?’” While shooting in Costa Rica, White alleges that she was unable to go to her hotel room one night because the actor and Phoenix were in there. Affleck also hired prostitutes while in Las Vegas for “his personal gratification.” When in San Francisco, Affleck allegedly tried to get her to share a hotel room with him, but she refused so he “became hostile and aggressive” and “violently grabbed her arm in an effort to intimidate her into staying.” He also apparently sent her “abusive” text messages. Affleck, who is married to Phoenix’s younger sister Summer Phoenix and has two children with her, then refused to give her the $50,000 payment they had agreed on her for work on the set. After repeatedly complaining and still got nothing, she quit. She is asking for at least $2 million in damages for sexual harassment, retaliation, and many other complaints. His lawyer Michael J. Plonsker told in a statement: “Ms. White was terminated from the production over a year ago. She and her lawyers believe that this maliciously and erroneously filed complaint will cause the producers to succumb to her outrageous and baseless demands.” “She is mistaken. The complaint will be vigorously defended and cross-claims will be filed against her.”

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