Hollywood Nation: Affleck, Damon Headed To The Small Screen?
The actor listed the home, located high in the hills near Mulholland Drive, for $4.5 million on Thursday. According to the official listing, double walnut doors open up to a home with an open floor plan, fireplace and custom kitchen. There are four bedrooms and 3.5 bedrooms, and the master suite leads into the backyard. Outdoors, there’s a pool with a swim machine and spa, as well as a built-in barbecue and loggia to take in the city views. The home sits in a gated compound surrounded by ferns and other foliage, which along with the security cameras, make the property a hidden fortress. The Bling Ring teens broke into the property in July 2009 and made off with rolex watches, designer dresses and purses. In a 2010 interview with Vanity Fair , Bling Ring member Nick Prugo said the group was drawn to Bloom’s home because one of them wanted “Victorias Secret model clothes” (Bloom was dating Kerr at the time). Bloom’s security cameras caught the group of teens making multiple trips to and from his home, carrying away large bags of his belongings. In 2012, when director Sophia Coppola decided to turn the Bling Ring saga into a movie, Bloom turned down Coppola’s request to do a cameo in the film. “She asked me to cameo in the movie, but I said it was too close to home for me to want to be involved,” Bloom told Britain’s Hello! magazine . Real estate blog Redfin.com , which first reported on the listing, notes that Bloom had been renting out the home since Aug.
West, the 36-year-old rap mogul, appeared on comedian Jimmy Kimmel’s late night talk show Wednesday night where he defended his girlfriend and reality television star Kardashian. While A-list actors appear on the stars that line the sidewalks on Hollywood Boulevard, California native Kardashian, 32, might have been shunned by the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce who are in charge of those appearing on the monument. “I want to give a shout out to the stars at the Walk of Fame cause they said something about how they’re not going to put my girl on the walk of Fame cause she’s a reality star. It’s like people are so dated and not modern,” West told Kimmel. “There is no way Kim Kardashian shouldn’t have a star on the Walk of Fame. It’s ridiculous concepts.” Kardashian previously spoke up about wanting to appear on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in an interview with V Magazine last year. “I think there was a quote where somebody said that reality stars will never get a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame,” Kardashian told V. “So, of course I’m so competitive that I think that it would be a huge achievement and a goal that anyone would want. I would love to break that mold.” Kardashian seemed to approve of her boyfriend’s most recent rant and accompanied him to the show while staying behind the scenes with their 4-month-old daughter, North West. Still, she took to Twitter to give West’s comments her stamp of approval by stating, “This Jimmy Kimmel interview is the truth!” Like us on Facebook
Kanye West Wants Kim Kardashian On Hollywood Walk of Fame
— — Yeah. So its highest — over a year seven point four million viewers. Just Alice are moving forward and they’re very real romance the couple who met on the set at their television drama once upon a time have announced their engagement. Let’s hope the big screen business Nicole Kidman plans to produce and star in the film adaptation of the best selling — the silent life. And Emma Watson is re teaming with her perks of being no wallflower director for the upcoming drama while we’re young. And for the small screen — Ben Affleck and Matt Damon are reuniting produced the TV sitcom more time with family. CBS landed the comedy winning — — network bidding war. And sir Paul McCartney has been cropping up court. — performances around New York promote his latest album. After sitting at it.
Witches casting a spell over Hollywood
But in 1942’s “I Married A Witch,” the iconic screen siren plays a 17th-century witch who, after being burned at the stake, is brought back to life in the 20th century and falls for the politically inclined descendant (Fredric March) of her puritanical Salem prosecutor. Who better than Lake to show how fun being bad can be? When it comes to witches, our prototype is the Wicked Witch of the West — wonderfully redeemed in “Wicked” — but one’s claim to evil can’t be properly held without a goodie-two-shoes like Glinda the Good Witch around. Besides, Glinda showed in 1939’s “Wizard of Oz” that magic can have a sweet, courageous side, too. The Evil Queen in “Snow White ” is the original animated Disney villain, appearing in Walt Disney’s first animated film, 1937’s “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.” Trying to claim the title of “fairest of them all,” the queen had to use dark magic to turn herself into a witch so she could trick the (let’s face it, pretty gullible) princess. For their second film together, “Vertigo” stars Kim Novak and Jimmy Stewart went supernatural with 1958’s “Bell, Book and Candle.” Novak was the one with tricks up her sleeve in this romantic comedy, as her character, Gillian, casts a spell on Stewart’s Shep Henderson, causing him to leave his fiancee and fall for her. Jack Lemmon and Ernie Kovacs also star. In a cackling contest, Witch Hazel would have everyone beat . The animated witch was often Bugs Bunny’s foe, but given her jovial attitude and infectious giggle, you can’t help but love her. Sixties sitcom “Bewitched” lasted long enough to introduce us to three generations of fabulous witches: supernatural housewife Samantha (Elizabeth Montgomery, left), her sly mother, Endora (Agnes Moorehead), and the littlest witch in the Stephens family, Tabitha (Erin Murphy). The hijinks on “Bewitched” are classic, and we still actively wish we could pull off tricks with just a wiggle of the nose. We didn’t dig Wilhelmina Witchiepoo’s incessant attempts to steal away Jimmy’s talking flute, Freddy, but we did think the “H.R. Pufnstuf” (1969-70) character had a wicked ride with the Vroom Broom. Witchiepoo is shown with NFL great Joe Namath. In 1987, Cher, left, Susan Sarandon and Michelle Pfeiffer gifted us with a darkly comic adaptation of John Updike’s “The Witches of Eastwick.” As three single women unaware of their own power, they accidentally lure the devil right into their idyllic town.