The Wolfpack is back (for the last time?) and THIS 7th grade boy is belly laughing. (There’s only ONE giraffe who’s allowed to judge me on that, fyi.) Take a look, won’t you?
Dang. Melissa McCarthy, Mike Epps, John Goodman, Mike Tyson, Jeffrey Tambor, and of course, Ken Jeong along with the rest of the naughty boys are all there. Oh. And apparently (at least momentarily) a giraffe is involved.
Will this be the first Hangover film without the hangover? The trailer maybe suggests this, as there’s not one glimpse of the gang waking up and going, “What the hell happened last night?” Instead, we get the classic action movie trailer trope of a pretty, ethereal song followed by a raucous guitar number. The music makes sense, as shit is going down this time. After the death of his father, Alan (Zach Galifianakis) goes from crazy in a quirky way to crazy in a dangerous way. Good thing Stu and Phil (Ed Helms and Bradley Cooper) are there for him, because for some reason John Goodman wants to kill him. It should be a crazy, fun time for everyone — unless you’re a giraffe or a big giraffe supporter.
Congratulations are in order for Reese Witherspoon and her husband Tim RothJim Toth (I can never get that right the first time!) who welcomed a baby boy in Los Angeles. The couple named their new son Tennessee James,which I kind of love!
Tennessee is Reese’s third child, but her first one with her second hubby. She has two other children, Ava and Deacon with her ex-hubby, Ryan Phillippe.
Deacon and Ava are darling. Ava is certainly Reese’s Mimi-Me–right down to the snippy, curt, disapproving expression–and that makes me love her even more.
Ooooh–it’s been awhile since our friend, Snippy the Giraffe made an appearance! Ava and Snippy are TWINSIES!
Russell Brand has been arrested for allegedly grabbing a photog’s cell phone and firing it through the window of a New Orleans law firm … TMZ has learned. Russell turned himself in to New Orleans police within the last hour and is currently in police custody.
TMZ broke the story … Russell got pissed Monday night, after a photog began taking pictures on his iPhone. Russell allegedly took the cell phone and hurled it through the window of a law office.
The photog got the phone back and Russell agreed to pay for the window, but that didn’t satisfy cops and prosecutors. A warrant was issued for Russell’s arrest.
Naturally, the English comic felt it appropriate to drag the recently-deceased Apple-founder and CEO Steve Jobs’ name into the situation:
“The actor took to Twitter Wednesday to psuedo-apologize for throwing the paparazzo’s iPhone, claiming his grief over the death of tech mogul Steve Jobs was what caused him to act out.
“Since Steve Jobs died I cannot bear to see anyone use an iphone irreverently, what I did was a tribute to his memory,” he wrote.”