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Tyler Hubbard propsed to girlfriend Hayley Stommel on Monday during a helicopter ride and the pair are now engaged.
“This will truly be a life of happiness and love forever” says Hubbard.
The beautiful and Hollywood Star Jennifer Hudson and WWE wrestler David Otunga are engaged. Strangely David is wearing a engagement ring as well. Apparently David asked for a ring as well because he wanted people to know he was taken just like they know Jennifer is. Hudson said that he is the more sensitive one in the relationship. Do you think its wrong for a guy to ask for an engagement ring? Leave your comments!
In case you missed it, here’s Beyonce’s halftime performance! What did you think about the performance?
This year was full of surprising things that happened in entertainment; Beyonce welcomed her and Jay-Z’s daughter Blu Ivy, Whitney Houston unfortunately passed, Justin Bieber was hit with a paternity suit by a fan who claimed she got pregnant after a backstage tryst with the singer, Chris Brown and Rihanna kinda sorta got back together (LOL) and now Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are expecting. I personally think its a tie between Kim and Kanye’s baby news and the Justin Bieber paternity suit! What was most shocking to you?
JC, Lance, Chris, and Joey weren’t even invited to Justin’s lavish Italian wedding to Jessica Biel. (There were rumors that Chris was in attendance, but he was actually in Italy to propose to his girlfriend, Karly Skladany.)
“I wasn’t invited to the wedding and from what I know it’s because he didn’t want all of us there,” Kirkpatrick said on an Orlando radio show this week. He theorizes that he and the other *NSYNC guys weren’t invited because they’d have called attention awa from Biel. “It would be a reunion rather than a wedding. It was her day. She’s amazing so he wanted to make sure it was about her.”
There are no hard feelings — in fact, Kirkpatrick says he’ll invite the *NSYNCers to his wedding. “I might even ask them to be in it,” he adds.
The winners in selected major categories at Sunday’s 54th Annual Grammy Awards: Top honors taken by Adele who took all major awards. More suprises than expected once again, especially with New Artist award: Bon Iver.
Police confirm there was a brawl that involved Avril and Brody, but no arrests have been made and they’re still “sorting out” what happened. But Avril herself said she was attacked by multiple people and suffered major injuries…
“I don’t fight,” Avril tweeted yesterday. “I don’t believe in it. To clear things up I got attacked by 5 people last night out of nowhere. Not cool. My face is broke.” “As in black eye, bloody nose, hair ripped out, scratches, bruises and cuts. So not ok to be abusive to others. Violence is NEVER the answer,” she concluded.
The found-footage franchise’s latest installment scored a $26.2 million opening day, and a $54 million opening weekend.
The debut is easily the biggest for a fright fest released in 2011. Just last week, The Thing prequel failed to impress, leaving its studio to tick off other recent horror movies that, though money-makers, didn’t incite many screams for their performances.
“It seems to be a little bit of a malaise in the genre,” Universal exec Nikki Rocco said. “I think the industry goes through that. Next week, Paranormal Activity might turn out to be fantastic.”
And that it did.
Forgetting horror movies, Paranormal Activity 3‘s opening is the biggest ever for n film launched in October, Exhibitor Relations said, and the biggest for Hollywood since Rise of the Planet of the Apes. It’s also the largest yet for the Paranormal Activity series, topping 2‘s own monster $40.7 million start.
From E! Online.
Books have been made into movies. Video games have been made into movies. Even theme park rides have been made into movies — with remarkable results.
So why not board games?
Why not, indeed. After all, pioneering 1985 adaptation Clue is firmly established as a cult classic — and while this week’s new robot-boxing release ‘Real Steel’ doesn’t carry an official Rock ‘Em, Sock ‘Em Robots license, it’s widely held to be nigh-indistinguishable from the legendary board game/toy.
Bizarre though it might be, ‘Real Steel’ is proving to be a hit with critics , but this is just the start. Led by a high-stakes deal between board game maker Hasbro and Universal Pictures and boasting the involvement of big names like Ridley Scott, Tim Burton, and Liam Neeson, a slew of family classics are set to head from cardboard to celluloid over the next few years.
Faris’ and Evans’ comedy What’s Your Number? barely managed to make the Top 10, with a weak $5.6 million estimated Friday-Sunday debut.
The movie is Evans’ second non-starter in as many weeks, after the low-profile Puncture.
Compared to What’s Your Number?, the A-list thriller Dream House, starring Craig, Naomi Watts and Rachel Weisz, did a little better, or a lot worse, if you consider its reputed $50 million budget. Still, it’s too early to call flop on Dream House as its international cast figures to be a draw overseas.
Rogen’s and Joseph Gordon-Levitt‘s 50/50 was the weekend’s “top” new release, meaning it opened in fourth place. It was Rogen’s smallest-opening movie ever about cancer; on the other hand, it was his first appropriately budgeted one. 50/50 cost about what it made: $8 million; his earlier Funny People was a $75 million money-loser.