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Nicolas Cage’s Wife Changed His Views of Hollywood

By Earn, published on Oct 28, 2013

At 49, Nicolas Cage has enjoyed a pretty successful career in Hollywood, both as an actor and a producer. But he’s now pointing a finger at the industry for discriminating against a certain breed of actors. And his accusations stem from none other than Cage’s young wife, 39-year-old Alice Kim.

Cage recently wrapped up his latest film, Outcast, for which most of the crew was Chinese. When doing an interview to promote the film, Cage slammed Hollywood for not offering viable lead roles for male actors of Asian descent. “I hope that we will see more Chinese actors in American... (more)

Tags: hollywood, entertainment, dating, news, gossip, celebrities, affair, celebrity relationship

Publicity That Cannot Be Bought - At Any Price

By Marta Tandori, published on Sep 28, 2013

Let’s talk about the World Where Publicity CAN Be Bought. Think of Hollywood’s big night, the Oscars, or the football season’s glorious pinnacle otherwise known as the Super Bowl. Companies that want their products and services seen by the masses are willing to pay an arm and a leg for the fleeting privilege. It’s a well-known fact that the cost of commercials during the Super Bowl and the Oscars are exorbitant, with companies willing to pay in the millions of dollars for a 30-second spot. Admittedly, a few are brilliant but more often than not, most fall under the category of ridiculously... (more)

Tags: oscars, celebrities, super bowl, publicity, world wide web

Philanthropy and Celebrity Are Like A Dance Between Lovers

By Lumiere, published on May 8, 2013

...help them raise funds which allow them to continue making positive changes in the world. After sunset, you could take my hand but my life would become focused on networking and making connections with people who had a heart for Philanthropy and Deep Pockets, a world that is often filled with celebrities, philanthropists, successful entrepreneurs and politicians. Along with a need for diplomacy, discretion, respect, good manners and the charm of a wire-puller.

Being involved with charity, art and celebrities began long before I was ever born, when my Grandparents, whom were self-made, ... (more)

Tags: charity, government, celebrities, philanthropy, fundraising, non-profit, kardashian, raising malawi, malawi, hilton, president joyce banda

JOHN CENA: “You can’t see me!”

By HomeRearedChef, published on Jan 27, 2013

“You can’t see me! You can’t see me!” he repeatedly tells his challenger, taunting, as he waves his hand, back and forth, fingers splayed open in front of his face—his signature move. That would be John Cena; a professional wrestler, a rapper, and an actor. And at six feet plus one inch tall and weighing roughly 250 pounds of pure, solid muscle, the man is a Titan. And though mere mortal men may fear to approach him children love him!

In March of 2009 John Cena made an appearance at Eastridge Mall in San Jose, in a little store called FYE (For Your Entertainment). He was there to meet... (more)

Tags: children, sports, wrestling, celebrities, john cena

Those Memorable Characters

By Randy Mitchell, published on Sep 7, 2012

The recent death of actor, Michael Clarke Duncan at such an early age made me stop, and remember all the memorable roles he played during his short time on the silver screen. For instance, I loved him as accused murderer, John Coffey in The Green Mile. He was a huge, extremely powerful-looking man upon first glance. Then, as the storyline unfolded, you couldn’t help but see him in a completely different light—loving, caring, a gentle giant, a person I found wishing I had as a buddy, friend, or next door neighbor. He was actually an angel living inside an extremely intimidating figure, a tough... (more)

Tags: entertainment, characters, celebrities, randy mitchell, michael clarke duncan, unforgettable people, celebrity deaths

Is Tom Cruise a Zombie?

By Anastasia , published on Jul 5, 2012

I rarely take any interest at all in celebrity marriages, separations and divorces; they are just too, too boring. So far as Hello and other celebrity fanzines are concerned I’m a hopeless cause. However I’ve made an exception for Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes, whose bust up is bursting out all over our national press. I’ve made an exception because the rift is over Cruise’s scientology fad.

People are strange but one would really have to be strange indeed to embrace this bizarre mishmash, to embrace a cult that is allowed to masquerade in the States as a religion. In writing about... (more)

Tags: religion, relationships, celebrities, cults

Seven Celebrities who Invented Amazing Things

By TonyBerkman, published on Jun 2, 2012

Celebrities get a bad rap for achieving a status that most of us dream of yet many of them have achieved far more than simple celebrity status. Thanks to our friends at Cracked here are 7 celebrities who have come up with unbelievable and some life altering inventions.

Neil Young: Yes, Neil Young, the legendary singer and songwriter invented a remote control system for model trains called the Trainmaster Command Control. He designed it so his Ben, his son, could easily run a model train despite having cerebral palsy.

Zeppo Marx: The youngest of the original Marx Brothers,... (more)

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