Jeremy Renner: Pills, Booze and More On a Plane

Actor Jeremy Renner, who will be playing the new ‘Jason Bourne’, tells Jimmy Kimmel one of his ‘things’ that he likes to do when he gets on a plane.

Renner, who used to come in and sing karaoke when I hosted it in Hollywood, is really THIS way- it’s not a facade…

In the interview, Renner casually expresses his violent tendencies towards people, and event admits he mixes pills and booze at once. Renner even talks about the days of working in construction to make ends meet before he was a high paid star. Renner says he hates working for other people, and will ONLY work for himself now.

Check this part 1 video of him as a guest on Jimmy Kimmel. He starts talking about the pills and booze at 2:10, plus the accidental ‘Viagra’ pill he once took on a plane with the late Dennis Hopper beside him.

Jeremy Renner Moves In On Avengers Co-Star Scarlett Johansson as She Gets Hollywood Star

Scarlett Johansson, 27, received a star with her name, on the ‘Hollywood Walk of Fame’ today in Hollywood, CA.

Avengers co-star Jeremy Renner was right there for Johansson, as he gave a little speech, gave her a nice hug, and then took some pictures with her
Could this be more than ‘just business’ with these two? Looks like they are not only close, but comfortable too.

The opportunist got to make history with Johansson, he will be forever encapsulated in pictures with her accepting her star.

 

Mark Rufflo on Terror Watch List Over Natural Gas Concerns

Remember way back when the government was investigating actors and musicians because they thought they were “Commies?” Well the era of this type of closed door investigations and harassment has reared its ugly head again.

This time the target was Mark Ruffalo. After promoting “GasLand,” a documentary about natural gas drilling and how it affects our water supply, Ruffalo was added to a terror watch list.

Ruffalo’s response to being placed on a list usually reserved for suspected terrorists was “It’s pretty f**king funny,” however, funny may not the operative word to describe being placed on this type of damming list. The implications could be extremely damaging to his career especially since government agencies and film giants are working in lockstep to shut down websites that contain copyright infringements, in other words, if Ruffalo is in hot water for voicing his concern there is a good chance honchos in the entertainment industry would not voice their opinions in defense of him which could lead to Ruffalo being added to another kind of list, a modern day blacklist.