Sharon Stone is the latest celeb to pull the plug on a project in Mississippi!

Sharon Stone has pulled the plug on a film project in Mississippi, insisting she won’t […]

Sharon Stone has pulled the plug on a film project in Mississippi, insisting she won’t work in a state that discriminates against gays and lesbians. In an open letter to the Mississippi Film Studios, Sharon explains that she cannot do business in the state after lawmakers passed the controversial anti-LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) Religious Liberty bill. The President of the Mississippi Film Studios (Rick Moore) told a local TV station that this new legislation has deeply affected the industry in that state…

Rocker Bryan Adams has announced he is canceling his gig at the Mississippi Coast Coliseum in Biloxi on April 14 because of the new legislation. Meanwhile, Ringo Starr and Bruce Springsteen have scrapped gigs in nearby North Carolina over another controversial new law that restricts the rights of transgender people.

Cyndi Lauper is refusing to cancel her upcoming gig in the state, but she will be handing over all proceeds from the June 4 show to Equality North Carolina, an organization fighting to overturn the legislation.


More than a quarter century after he brought Dick Tracy to the screen, Warren Beatty is considering making a sequel. Warren Beatty produced, directed and starred in the 1990 version of “Dick Tracy.” The film featured an all-star cast including Al Pacino, Madonna, Dustin Hoffman and Dick Van Dyke. It made nearly $163 million on a $47 million production budget.


Eddie and his pregnant girlfriend, Paige Butcher, revealed the baby’s sex during a Bev Hills coffee run. This will be baby #9 for Eddie — and daughter #6! That’s a lot of weddings to pay for, but based on the sweet Rolls-Royce he and Paige were getting into … Ed’s gonna be just fine.



She probably doesn’t roll a Honda, but she likes big butts and she cannot lie… Jennifer Lopez remixes “Baby got back”by Sir Mix-A-Lot! J.Lo “performed” part of the 1992 track in a video released yesterday by W magazine, which features her on the cover of its May 2016 issue, turning it from a playful party tune to a PSA about female body image. Lopez is “encouraging women all around the world to love their own butts,” W magazine states. “Baby Got Back” was released when the pop star was a Fly Girl dancer on the sketch comedy series In Living Color. Sir Mix-A-Lot was reportedly inspired by Lopez’s look and performances on the series when he came up with “Baby Got Back.” (

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Remember the amazing dancers from Madonna’s Blonde Ambition Tour & 1991 Movie Madonna: Truth or Dare? They are back together after all of these years, sharing their memories of that controversial & creative time in a new documentary ‘Strike A Pose’…. Truth or Dare turns 25 and to celebrate a new documentary investigates the lives of the dancers: the doc will premiere at the Tribeca Film fest tomorrow…




A Rihanna documentary is in the works.

According to Deadline, Peter Berg, who directed “Battleship,” will produce and direct the documentary. The movie is about Rihanna, the international superstar as she navigates life as an artist, businesswoman, and humanitarian, while contending with the inherent pressure of artistic freedom. The film is yet to receive a release date. and speaking of Rihanna…..Rihanna has tied a Beatles chart record in the U.S. by scoring her 59th week at number one. “Work” has landed an eighth week on top, putting her 20 weeks behind number one queen Mariah Carey. Rihanna has also edged ahead of Michael Jackson to claim the third-most number ones of all-time in America.