Forbes Publicly SHAMES Robert De Niro: You Are Harming Autistic Children And Their Familes!

Forbes is attempting to publicly shame acting legend, Robert De Niro in an effort to get him pull the pull on “Vaxxed,” a film about the possible link between vaccines and autism, slated to premier at his Tribeca Film Festival.

The Forbes hit piece, titled, “Robert DeNiro [sic] Just Broke My Heart,” claims De Niro has “destroyed his legacy by choosing to feature a film that will only bring great harm to millions of families, a film that harms public understanding of autism and autistic people by misleading the public about vaccines.”

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As long as I can remember, I have loved Robert DeNiro. Certainly, most of his films weren’t appropriate for me to watch as a child, but my dad enjoyed his films and I’d therefore often see him on TV even before I came to appreciate his movies on my own. Continue reading

YELP Accused Of MAFIA STYLE Tactics In New Film

Bada-bing, bada-boom! Pay up, or your company is doomed! Yelp is being accused of using mafia-style tactics in the forthcoming documentary, Billion Dollar BullyYelp is an online forum that allows users to post positive and negative reviews about stores, restaurants and other businesses they have used.

690 backers pledged $90,100 on to help bring this film to screens, but Yelp is already firing back, saying the filmmaker’s director, Kaylie Milliken, has a vendetta for the popular online-rating company over a “conflict of interest” involving her husband’s law practice.

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Milliken began her exploration of Yelp after an alternative doctor she was seeing mentioned to her that she was having trouble with Yelp reviews. Milliken tried posting positive reviews about the doctor, but she never saw them published. Continue reading

About Bruce Part 2: Kris Jenner Says She Never Saw It Coming [VIDEO]

Kris Jenner said on Part 2 of “About Bruce,” that she not only knew nothing about Bruce’s double life, and because of that, their entire relationship was essentially a sham.

The Kardashian matriarch broke into tears during the episode, confronting Bruce while they had the “talk,” telling him she was lied to the longest.

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Safe to say, it did not go well. Continue reading

Johnny Depp SLOPPY DRUNK At Hollywood Film Awards (VIDEO)

Johnny Depp is becoming a real-life Jack Sparrow, showing up painfully drunk at an appearance at the Hollywood Film Awards on Friday night.

Johnny, 51, exhibited slurred speech, rambling comments and an unsteady gait.

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The strange moment took place as Johnny was introducing Shep Gordon and presenting Mike Myers with the Hollywood Documentary Award for his film “Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon.” Continue reading

Like A Virgin Producer ”Madonna’s Bitter I Turned Her Down For Sex”

Meet Nile Rodgers, he claims that Madonna freaked out after he said “no thanks” to a Madonna proposition for sex..

Rodgers, now 60, spoke recently about an encounter with the singer, now 54, back in the 1980s. Nile was hired as a producer on Madonna’s mega-million-selling “Like A Virgin,” when he was offered a roll in the hay compliments Madge..

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“I was standing at an elevator when she goes, ‘Why don’t you want to f*** me?’

To which he says:

“I was like, ‘What did you just say to me?’ She was wondering why I had not propositioned her. She couldn’t understand that. It was like, ‘Everybody wants me’.”

So why didn’t Nile Rodgers wants to sleep with Madonna while producing Like A Virgin? He reveals:

“One time I slept with a really beautiful artist I was working with and it was a really wrong thing to do. So, I didn’t work like that.”

In the end it all worked out, the pair went on to become really close friends. In fact, Nile Rodgers says that he and Madonna grew up to be as close as a man and woman can be without being romantically involved.

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Iceland Volcano Clouds Stop the Stars

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Breitbart and Associated Press report:
A volcanic cloud of ash hovering over Europe is causing quite a scene in Hollywood and beyond.

The ash spat out by an Icelandic volcano that has left thousands of air travelers stranded is also affecting celebrities, filmmakers, musicians and even pro-wrestlers.

With almost two-thirds of Europe’s flights grounded, cancelations and postponements were popping up across the entertainment landscape on Saturday as Icelandic scientists warned that volcanic activity had increased and showed no sign of abating.

Organizers of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in Indio, Calif., tweeted that some acts were forced to pull out of the weekend event, including British rockers The Cribs and Bad Lieutenant, Scottish rockers Frightened Rabbit, and British dance trio Delphic. It also appears unlikely that British synth singer Gary Numan will make it to Coachella for his Sunday slot.

“The last thing I expected this morning when I woke up was to hear that volcanic ash might be preventing us from flying to America,” Numan posted on his Web site. “At the moment, the very best British Airways are offering us, and this without any guarantee, is to put us on a Sunday flight that gets into Los Angeles in the afternoon on Sunday.”

However, several performers from Europe scheduled to perform at Coachella were already across the Atlantic Ocean or had boarded planes before the volcanic cloud forced a rash of flight cancelations. Those included Radiohead’s Thom Yorke, Gorillaz, Muse, Hot Chip, Fever Ray and Florence and the Machine.

Whitney Houston was forced to ditch a plane for a ferry across the Irish Sea to perform in Dublin. The R&B; diva, currently in the middle of her “Nothing But Love” world tour, opted for the not-so-glamourous boat ride after no-fly orders shut down airports across Europe. Houston is scheduled to perform the first of three shows Saturday at the O2 arena in London.

The ash cloud also grounded several other musicians in Europe. Welsh indie pop band Los Campesinos! canceled their Friday appearance at the Culture Shock Festival in Purchase, N.Y., as well as their Saturday concert in Hoboken, N.J. Pop singer Mika postponed his Friday concert in Lisbon, Portugal, after unexpectedly finding himself stranded in Paris.

“Volcano freak out,” he tweeted. “This is bad.”

The situation was also causing havoc for World Wrestling Entertainment, the professional wrestling organization nearing the end of a two-week European tour. Several wrestlers and crew members traveled for nearly 17 hours in buses and ferries to make it from Lieven, France, to Belfast, Ireland. The trip normally takes about an hour and a half in a plane.

WWE spokesman Kevin Hennessy said it was unclear if everyone would arrive in time for Monday night’s scheduled “WWE Raw” event at the Izod Center in East Rutherford, N.J. He said the WWE wrestlers and crew normally “fly commercial, but we are booking a charter just to be safe.” Hennessy added that “Sunday is normally a simple travel day—very easy.”

Although scientists were indicating that travel chaos could extend into the new week, New York’s Tribeca Film Festival, which is set to begin Wednesday, had yet to receive any cancellations by late Friday. The festival will feature films from nearly 40 countries and several filmmakers from Europe had been planning to attend.

Worldwide press junkets for two of the summer season’s most anticipated films—”Iron Man 2,” starring Robert Downey Jr., and “Robin Hood,” starring Russell Crowe—also were still scheduled as planned next weekend in London, according to studio officials.

Some U.S. book publishing executives were forced to cancel plans to attend next week’s London Book Fair because of the disrupted air travel. But organizers said Friday the three-day gathering will proceed as scheduled.

Back in Hollywood, Saturday’s blue-carpet world premiere of Disneynature’s “Oceans,” at the El Capitan Theatre was already prepared to hit bumpy waters. The film’s French director, Jacques Cluzaud, and producers won’t be attending the debut of their Disney documentary narrated by Pierce Brosnan and starring underwater critters. They’re stuck overseas.