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Woody Allen Drools Over Miley Cyrus, Sends Creep-o-Meters Soaring

Woody Allen continues to get a free ride in Hollywood despite compelling evidence he molested his then seven year old step-daughter Dylan Farrow when he was 57 years old. Of course that was just before he started hitting on Soon-Yi Previn. She was just 19. Now that Allen is 80 he’s still drooling after kids. In a fawning new interview in The Hollywood Reporter (which should know better, well maybe not), Allen goes on about Miley Cyrus, who is all of 23. She’s a nymphet if there ever was one. But that’s just his type. ...

Is Kim Kardashian’s Reality Show in a Ratings Death Spiral?

Kim Kardasian’s bitter divorce from NBA player Kris Humphries appears to have caused her brand lasting damage. The show has never recovered the ratings it enjoyed during their brief marriage and are now so low their reality shows could face cancellation, according to a new report. It’s hard to put a finger on the factors that have undercut the show’s popularity (there are so many), but the numbers don’t lie....

Shain Gandee Death Spurs MTV to Dump Buckwild; Producer Irate

Shain Gaindee’s death is producing more repercussions for MTV and the show’s producers, who lashed out at the cable network today (Apr. 10) for canceling the reality show “Buckwild.” Producer, J.P. Williams, says MTV promised to go forward with the full season, despite the standout reality star’s death....

Robert Pattinson Role in Movie ‘Posh’ a Long-Shot at Best

Robert Pattinson name has surfaced for a possible role in the film adaptation of Posh, a compelling 2010 English play about a fictional club at an elite college that becomes involved in a scandal. But this rumor is a long-shot ab best. Max Irons, son of Jeremy Irons, Douglas Booth and Sam Clafin have also been mentioned. ...
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Variety First to Fall in Hollywood Trade Magazine War

Hollywood trade journalism for decades, has become the first victim in a war for a market niche that brings lots of bragging rights, but questionable rewards in a media day and age dominated by the Internet. Penske Media Corp. and hedge fund backer Third Point, which owns Hollywood industry site deadline.com, was the purchaser. It picked up the publication for a bargain basement price, $25 million. But in a telling sign of just how disruptive the market has become, Chief Executive Jay Penske, acknowledged he has no idea at the moment how to integrate the brand with his current operation....
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Selena Gomez: I Want Much More Out of Life (photos)

Selena Gomez has done a good job laying the groundwork for a long entertainment career and she’s grateful for the opportunities, but she wants more, a lot more, for herself she tells Teen Vogue in its upcoming September issue. Her stunning photos suggest she’ll get it. “Acting is something I would like to take on more seriously,” she tells the magazine....