Welcome back to Where Are They Now?: Last Week’s Creeps This Week, a series that catches up with creeps of yore.
Mel Gibson is currently promoting Daddy’s Home 2, in which he has a starring role because the powers that be have decide it’s time to welcome daddy Gibson home. This means he has many opportunities to weigh in on the sexual scandals currently embroiling Hollywood, so here’s his opinion: he’s glad abusers are finally…
Despite the prominent presence of Mel goddamn Gibson, Daddy’s Home 2 did great box office this weekend. Behold, the thoroughness of justice in the court of public opinion!
It’s an image seared in our cultural memory: Mel Gibson—eyes bleary from alcohol—staring directly into camera, his face ruddy, bloated, and glistening with a sheen of sweat. But enough about the 2017 Academy Awards. We’ll talk about those later.
Why does this man continue to find work?
Mel Gibson and Vince Vaughn have signed on to play a pair of hostile cops in an upcoming film that’s not titled True Detective.
Thursday morning on Today, Kathie Lee Gifford gushed at Mel Gibson for about five minutes straight, at one point praising the noted purveyor of anti-semetic comments/director of Passion of the Christ’s new movie, Hacksaw Ridge, by saying it was exceptional because, “You rarely see authentic portrayals of people of…
As you may recall, Mel Gibson was arrested in Malibu in July of 2006 for drunk-driving, and a recording of him spouting anti-Semitic insults during the arrest sent the actor’s career into decline. He appears to think that’s the only thing hanging over him.
Mel Gibson’s ex-girlfriend Oksana Grigorieva just lost $500,000 because she dared to speak his name in public in a 2013 appearance on Howard Stern.
The Passion of the Christ made $612 million worldwide on a $30 million production budget—and there’s still more of Jesus’ story to resurrect.
In an interview with SirusXM, Mathew Knowles—father of Solange and Beyoncé—responded to lyrics off of Beyoncé’s Lemonade that some critics think allude to an abusive childhood.
The year is 1280, and House Speaker Paul Ryan is not going to let Mel Gibson get hanged, drawn and quartered!
On Sunday, amidst an offensively bad hosting performance, 2016's Golden Globes MC and professional fuck Ricky Gervais made amends with his rare equal, Mel Gibson. He had insulted Gibson when hosting three years ago, Gervais said, and now he was embarrassed to have to introduce him once again.
Gary Oldman issued a statement in response to the Anti-Defamation League's charges that his statements in a recent Playboy interview were anti-semitic. His apology is not bad, if a little awkward.
Apparently everyone's been blabbing the past couple of days about whether or not Kim Kardashian's famous butt is a real butt or a surgically enhanced butt, because she BETTER NOT HAVE DONE ANYTHING TO HER BUTT because THAT WOULD BE LYING and the American public deserves 100% accurate celebrity butt info. Well, Kim…
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The first post-birth update about Kate Middleton and Prince William's Royal Spawn will be delivered via easel to Buckingham Palace, according to The Telegraph: "The first indication that the Duchess has given birth will come when an aide leaves the hospital carrying a piece of paper with details of the baby’s sex,…
Downtown mainstay, (excellent) actress and sartorial pioneer Chloë Sevigny hates to sound like an old fuddy-duddy, but she really wants you to pull your tiny denim shorts out of your crack and study for your SATs.
Superfoxes Josh Brolin and Diane Lane are divorcing after eight years of marriage, according to their reps: "It was a mutual decision. It was amicable. It's not ugly, it's just over." (Guh.) It's the second marriage for both of them. Although this means our fantasy of James Brolin, Barbra Streisand, Josh and Diane…