Robert Pattinson is Understandably Excited About His Upcoming Father-Son OrgyS

Most father and son bonding takes the pedestrian form of fishing trips, booze-addled sporting events and hiding from peripheral family members during the holidays, but Robert Pattinson and his dad Richard evidently prefer father and son bondage because they are planning a boys' night at Berlin's notorious KitKatClub. Something of a fetish wonderland, guest aren't allowed to wear "normal" clothes and are encouraged to have sex out in the open for the benefit of their fellow patrons. Robert says he used to kick it there when he was in town filming Bel Ami in a bid to escape fans and now his dad wants in on the action. "I was telling my dad about it last night and he sounded really into it," he said. "He told me, 'I'm coming over - let's go to the orgy club.'" Adding that he'd have no problem checking it out with his father because he and his family are tight: "They are the only people I really let rip on." Let's hope he meant that figuratively. [The Sun]


Robert Pattinson is Understandably Excited About His Upcoming Father-Son Orgy

Sammy Davis Jr.'s daughter Tracey Davis said her dad would have found Billy Crystal's Oscar blackface skit all kinds of hilarious – because he got a kick out of it when the actor did the same thing back on SNL in the '80s. "I am 100% certain that my father is smiling," she said. "Billy previously played my father when he was alive, and my father gave Billy his full blessing." [NYDN]


Robert Pattinson is Understandably Excited About His Upcoming Father-Son Orgy

Katy Perry and Adele are in the running to play the wife of British opera singer Paul Potts on the big screen. So far Harvey Weinstein is favoring the former – which is just as well, the only film I want to see Adele in would have her in the title role. "I was talking to Katy about a new project, a possible dramatic role in the Paul Potts movie, which will be shooting in England soon," he said. "We'd really like someone like Katy or Adele to play the role of Potts' wife, and Katy seemed genuinely interested." [Page Six]


Robert Pattinson is Understandably Excited About His Upcoming Father-Son Orgy

Fans of camp brilliance have clearly been doing something right because the gods – aka Ryan Murphy and studio heads — have answered our prayers and confirmed that Jessica Lange will be back for the second season of American Horror Story, albeit as a completely different character. "We have designed the second season of American Horror Story completely around her character," Murphy said. "Last year Jessica came in with Connie Britton and Dylan McDermott. This will really be the Jessica Lange show so I'm very excited about it." As Patrick Swayze's Sam Wheat would say, ditto. [US]


Robert Pattinson is Understandably Excited About His Upcoming Father-Son Orgy

It used to cause unprecedented eye roll-related injury in the beginning, but Gwyneth Paltrow's unwavering commitment to remain out of touch with non-specials has become almost commendable. This time out of the pearly gate, she recommends that women everywhere splash out a little by spending upwards of $20,000 on a sassy new wardrobe — ranging from a very reasonable $90 Kain T-shirt to a $1,400 Acne leather skirt there really is something to fit every budget. "The idea is to mix and match high and low with your own personal style," said the voice of the people. [US]


Did I hear someone ask about a Downton Abbey rap song? No? Oh, well here it is anyway. Adam WarRock, the man behind the music, says it's "the best rap song about an early 20th century period drama centered around property law that you'll ever hear." We don't doubt him. [Vulture]


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