In the world of celebrity news, there’s no shortage of hits and misses. This week, Ryan Gosling is set to direct a film which he wrote and John Mayer ends it with Katy Perry via e-mail.
HIT: Ryan Gosling to direct his own film
He can sing, he can act and now he’ll direct his own film! Titled How to Catch a Monster, the flick will be lead by his Drive co-star Christina Hendricks. She’ll presumably play Billy, the single mother of two, who with her sons gets sucked into a fantasy underworld that they must escape from. Gosling also wrote the script and it’s scheduled to start filming next spring. Perfect Gosling is just perfect.
MISS: John Mayer dumped Katy Perry over e-mail
According to US Weekly, Perry found out her short summer fling with Mayer was over via e-mail. He probably thinks he’s hot shit because he cut his hair. I wouldn’t worry too much though, Perry fans. She’ll probably use this heartbreak to write another great hit.
HIT: Nick Jonas to co-judge with Demi Lovato on the X-Factor
I know the Jonas Brothers and Demi have always been on good terms ever since she and Joe split, but it’s always nice to see it reaffirmed. The youngest Jonas musician will be joining Demi on the X-Factor as a judge. While it’s not the American Idol gig he was reportedly looking for, X-Factor will at least deliver competition experience he was looking for.
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Again?! Really ladies, come on! The newest celebrity to have her cellphone hacked is Heather Morris, who plays Britney on Glee. The photo above is the tamest of the bunch, as there are other snaps of her completely nude.
Celebrities are more susceptible to hackers attacking their phone. We just saw Christina Hendricks and Olivia Munn go through a similar photo scandal a couple weeks ago. Both of those celebrities claimed at least some of the leaked photos were fake. I wouldn’t be surprised if some of Morris’ full body shots were also tampered with.
In 2010, revealing photos of Morris at a professional modeling shoot were posted online, but the star handled it well.
“I kind of thought it might happen,”she said the Extra. “I understand completely where it came from. For me, I think they are beautiful. It’s not something I’m ashamed of. Everybody should do tasteful beautiful nudes, so when you get older you’re gonna be like, ‘Oh, that’s when my body looked so great!’
This was a big weekend in the world of
naked scantily clad photo leaks. The two newest celebrity victims of phone hackers are Mad Men’s Christina Hendricks and her “I Don’t Know How She Does It” co-star Olivia Munn.
Munn claims the full frontal nude pictures were taken by a look-a-like claiming to be her. If they’re fake that would sure be a lot of wasted time on the photographers’ part. Other than stirring the pot it’s a fruitless venture… unless she has some secret vengeance against Munn. Munn laughed it off and tweeted that she doesn’t keep nude pics on her phone.
Then Hendricks’ stole her thunder with leaked photos of her dressed in lingerie. The rep for the Mad Men star told TMZ that her phone was recently hacked and multiple self-shots were stolen. But apparently the topless picture is an impostor.
The two ladies join the leaked-photo controversy club with Scarlett Johansson, Mila Kunis, Blacke Lively and Ashley Greene among other A-listers.
“Women hit on me. My husband thinks it’s so odd that so many women hit on me,” the ravishing Mad Men redhead tells Harper’s Bazaar in its November issue, on newsstands Oct. 26.
And its all gay men as well. “They say to me, ‘Well, I’m not straight, but if I was …’ ” Hendricks says. “I think it’s so flattering.”
Mad Menstar Christina Hendricks married her boyfriend actor Geoffrey Arend Sunday at Il Buco restaurant in New York City, reports E! News. The couple was introduced by Hendrick’s Mad Menco-star Vincent Kartheiser and became engaged in December 2008.
Hendricks, 34, said Arend, 31, wanted to keep the ceremony small. “We really waned it to be filled with our absolute best friends and our family,” she said. “We didn’t want to spread ourselves too thin and we really wanted it to have a warm environment, so we kept it with the tightest people.”