Pregnant Hillary Duff Fired From Movie Due To 'Scheduling Conflicts'

Hillary Duff, still pregnant, has been dropped from the cast of The Story Of Bonnie and Clyde. Not coincidentally, the decision to let her go came right around the time she announced she was expecting.

Duff was to play Bonnie Parker, who was not, as far as we know, showing a baby bump when she went on her bank-robbing spree. Producers, who are also recasting Clyde due to more scheduling conflicts, say the split was amicable: "Hilary won't be available [i.e., not pregnant] until next June. If we could wait we would." [TMZ]


Pregnant Hillary Duff Fired From Movie Due To 'Scheduling Conflicts'

The spawn of Benicio Del Toro and Kimberly Stewart has been brought upon the world. The yet-to-be-named little girl was born yesterday, and weights 8 lbs, 9 oz. The couple is no longer together. [Just Jared]


Pregnant Hillary Duff Fired From Movie Due To 'Scheduling Conflicts'

More Kardashian wedding aftermath: Kim reportedly made $17 million off of her wedding, the reception was shut down early due to noise complaints, and the wedding cake was six feet tall (which is still not as tall as Kris Humphries). [Nine MSN, Page Six, US]
Kendall Jenner ended up being the "Pippa" of the wedding, as predicted, when she showed up in a form-fitting, ivory mermaid-style gown. [US]


Pregnant Hillary Duff Fired From Movie Due To 'Scheduling Conflicts'

Here's Dina and Lindsay Lohan pre-Kim Kardashian's wedding, dressed in black and white. Make of it what you will. Lindsay was also spotted "drinking and partying hard" at the occasion. [Gossip Central, Radar]


Pregnant Hillary Duff Fired From Movie Due To 'Scheduling Conflicts'

Season five of Real Housewives of New Jersey will be the last for Jacqueline Laurita and daughter Ashley Holmes, which is confusing because even though the current season is still being broadcast, Bravo is currently filming the next season in hopes of capturing the tense relationship between Teresa Guidice and her sister. Has it really been five seasons already? [Rumor Fix]


Pregnant Hillary Duff Fired From Movie Due To 'Scheduling Conflicts'

Paula Deen responds to Anthony Bourdain's comments about her cooking, that he believes is "Dangerous to America":

"Anthony Bourdain needs to get a life. You don't have to like my food, or Rachael's, Sandra's and Guy's. But it's another thing to attack our character. I wake up every morning happy for where I am in life. … You know, not everybody can afford to pay $58 for prime rib or $650 for a bottle of wine. My friends and I cook for regular families who worry about feeding their kids and paying the bills ... It wasn't that long ago that I was struggling to feed my family, too."

[Fox News]


Pregnant Hillary Duff Fired From Movie Due To 'Scheduling Conflicts'

Donald Faison and Cacee Cobb are engaged. You'll recall Cobb as Jessica Simpson's former best friend/assistant, and Faison as Dionne's boyfriend Murray in Clueless or Scrubs' Dr. Turk. [People]


Pregnant Hillary Duff Fired From Movie Due To 'Scheduling Conflicts'

Contact Music is reporting that Selena Gomez has dumped Justin Bieber. It might have been the death threats from his pre-teen fans, the Biebs' swoopy hair, or a number of factors, really — but a friend of Selena's says he was just too immature for a long-term relationship: "The big headline-grabbing romance is over. All Selena wants to be now is friends. She doesn't feel Justin is quite mature enough yet to be in a long-term, stable relationship." [Contact Music]


Pregnant Hillary Duff Fired From Movie Due To 'Scheduling Conflicts'

Here are some morning thighlights for you: photos of David Beckham jogging around with his new LA Galaxy teammate Robbie Keane. Happy Monday. [ONTD]


  • Selma Blair tweeted the first photo of her 3-week-old baby Arthur, fast asleep on top of his sleepy dad. D'awww. [Wonderwall]
  • Yes, James Franco really is going to direct a documentary about the porn industry. [TMZ]
  • Courtney Stodden is on birth control because "she would prefer to wait for children," says her mother Krista. [ONTD]
  • Last week it was J.Lo, and now it's Chris Rock who's being labeled a "diva." He's the only cast member on the set of his new movie that refuses to use standard transportation vans (he prefers his Escalade instead) and has a huge posse that includes a bodyguard who are "always within 10 feet of him." [Gatecrasher]
  • Burn Your Television of the Day: Bret Michaels and Donald Trump are currently in talks to develop a new reality show called Something To Believe In. Of course. You know what we "believed in?" More episodes of the Rock Of Love, please. [Page Six]
  • The now-sober Demi Lovato had a Red Bull-themed 19th birthday party. Guess it's better than a Four Loko theme? [Perez]
  • Because once you get bit by the reality TV bug, one series is never enough: Crystal Harris is meeting with networks for her very own reality show. [TMZ]
  • Jason Segel, Megan Fox, and Chris O'Dowd pose for a photo in a pool on the set Judd Apatow's latest movie. [HuffPo]
  • The winner of The Glee Project is… [THR]
  • And now here's a photo of Rupert Grint and his reported girlfriend. Was there some kind of unspoken rule that made the Harry Pottter stars keep their relationships out of the public eye until all of the movies were out? [Daily Mail]
  • Sad Panda Little J isn't the only Gossip Girl cast member not returning this fall. Connor Paolo will be too busy on the new ABC series Revenge to play Serena's little brother. [ONTD]
  • While talking about the first time she read the script for the upcoming thriller Don't Be Afraid of the Dark, Katie Holmes admits to being a big ol' scardey cat: "When I read this script, I was scared and I had to turn on all the lights in my house," the actress, 32, tells New York's Daily News. "I thought I heard noises. And I held my child [Suri] really close." [People]
  • In a recent interview, Ryan Gosling compared working with George Clooney as a director to Michael Jackson: "It was amazing, like watching somebody try to explain a song in their head. I can only compare it to seeing Michael Jackson in This Is It, where he's trying to explain to a keyboard player how to play a certain part-even in the sea of parts being played, he can pick that out.That's kind of what George is like. He's like Michael Jackson, basically. … I love Mike Jackson. [Clooney] knew exactly what he wanted, and he was very specific. A lot of directors aren't so clear." [New York Magazine]