Did Object Of Christian Bale's Wrath Somewhat Deserve It?

  • Christian Bale's four minute verbal attack on a crew member who ruined a shot was replayed and debated thousands of times on the news today, but sources say it was taken out of context.
  • Sources on the set of Terminator Salvation say it's unfair that this moment is being replayed all over the media because Bale had warned the director of photography to stop tweaking the lights during filming several times, and the scene being filmed was the "emotional center of the film." [Yahoo, Ain't It Cool News]
  • In this video, the Today Show anchors bring their crew on set, play the recording of Christian Bale, and asked the crew what they would do if the anchors cursed at them. Since that's probably a pretty coveted crew job, we're guessing they'd say, "Thank you Mr. Lauer, may I have another?" [People]
  • Sam Lufti is suing Britney and her parents for libel and defamation. He claims he urged Britney to reconcile with her parents and that Lynn's book Through the Storm is filled with lies. [Yahoo]
  • OMG! Here's a photo of Ed Westwick and Jessica Szohr kissing at a Knicks game. You know you love them! [E!]
  • Did Bruce Springsteen plagiarize the music from the Kiss song "I Was Made For Loving You" in his new song "Outlaw Pete"? [The Telegraph]
  • People runs photos of Angelina Jolie's family in just about every issue, so to mix it up this week's issue will feature photos of Angie as a baby with her parents and brother James Haven. [People]
  • In Cookie Tracy Anderson, trainer of Gwyneth Paltrow and Madonna, claims that she lost more than 60 pounds of baby weight in six weeks. But if you want to know how she lost more than 10 pounds a week, you'll have to buy her DVD, of course. [Babble]
  • Mark Wahlberg wants to marry his girlfriend, Rhea Durham, with whom he has three children, in August in a Catholic ceremony. "If we do it here [in Los Angeles], it'll probably just be us and the kids," said Wahlberg. "If we do it in Boston, I would say there'd be a lot more family members, so there'll be some fighting!" [The Star]
  • Katy Perry claims that when she told girls at her concert not to date her ex, Travis McCoy of Gym Class Heroes during a concert, she actually jokingly said not to date the lead singer of Death Cab For Cutie, even though that makes absolutely no sense. [The Daily Express]
  • Vivica A. Fox is asking the Psychic Friends Network to stop using her "unauthorized likeness" in their commercials. But then why did she film the commercials? [Perez Hilton]
  • Erin Brokovich has revealed that her daughter Elizabeth was addicted to cocaine and prescription pills and is now in recovery after going to rehab. Elizabeth says her mother's fame drove her to become a drug addict. [The Daily Mail]
  • Tilda Swinton lives in Scotland with her husband and two children, but is also openly having a relationship with a younger man. "It's a situation that I find very healthy. I can maintain my life with my children and their father and spend time with the man I have become very fond of," says Swinton. "It may seem odd but it is certainly the best thing for the children." [The Daily Express]
  • A Cameroonian singer is suing Michael Jackson and Rihanna for stealing the hook from one of his songs. Michael Jackson already settled and accepted that bits of the song were used on the 1983 song "Wanna be Startin' Something," but the man is also suing Rihanna for using clips of Jackson's song in "Please Don't Stop the Music." [Yahoo]
  • South Carolina authorities say they are considering bringing criminal charges against Michael Phelps because he was photographed smoking pot at the University of South Carolina. [Brietbart]
  • Jewel plans to release an album of lullabies this spring, and says she has been writing them all along, "I kind of did it for myself to help myself fall asleep when I really worried, like when I was homeless and I'd fall asleep in my car," she said. [AP]
  • Last week Khloe Kardashian broke up with boyfriend Rashad McCants of the NBA's Minnesota Timberwolves. She says, "relationships are so hard in general, even living next door to each other. But [NBA players] have 82 games a year in their season, and I work so much; it's hard to spend time together. It just wasn't as fun as it should have been." [People]
  • Legendary Giants defensive end Lawrence Taylor may be on the next season of Dancing With the Stars. This information comes via Ashton Kutcher's Twitter, despite the fact that Ashton acknowledged yesterday that he's addicted and needs to stop Twittering. [People]
  • Drew Barrymore says women will relate to He's Just Not That Into You because it's so realistic. She says: "I'm the character I played in the film. I'm surrounded in gay men and I'm single. I love my gay men. That's why I'm so happy! I don't feel upset at all. I'm thrilled!" Also, she has a new tongue piercing. [USA Today]
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