In the world of celebrity news, there’s no shortage of hits and misses. This week, Justin Bieber speeds down the highway in his chromed-out car, and Kourtney Kardashian has another baby.
MISS: Evan Rachel Wood filmed getting her nose pierce
Maybe it’s because I’m a bit squeamish when it comes to stuff like this, but I didn’t appreciate watching Evan Rachel Wood get her nose pierced. I don’t understand why everyone has to document every little thing they do (omgz, I’m eating a sammich!!). In particular, a nose piercing is something I didn’t really want to see come up on my dashboard, even if it’s a famous person.
HIT: Kourtney Kardashian has a little girl
To continue with knowing too much about people I don’t care about, Kourtney Kardashian had another baby! I know, it’s a Kardashian, but BABY! Babies are cute, adorable and simply cannot be ignored. Named Penelope Scotland Disick, I’m sure she will be just as adorable as her older brother Mason. Now I’m trying to imagine what Aunt Kim’s boyfriend, Kanye West, will be getting little Penelope. I’m thinking designer baby clothes made of pure gold.
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While Hellboy may not be a superhero who exists in real life, the man who played him on the big screen is awesome enough to take the time and give a little boy named Zachary the best day ever!
Ron Perlman, who starred in ”Hellboy” and “Hellboy 2″, reprised the role of the red-horned superhero for the Make-A-Wish foundation by getting into costume.
But according to Spectral Motion, the special effects company behind the “Hellboy” look, Zachary didn’t just want to meet his favourite superhero. He also wanted to become Hellboy himself!
So with the help of make-up artists, this super-lucky fan’s dreams were fulfilled.
What a lovely and sweet thing for Ron Perlman to do. In this fickle world, it’s nice to see celebrities performing gestures like these for the fans.
“Hellboy II: The Golden Army” brought in $35.9 million in its opening weekend, according to Exhibitor Relations estimates today, reports E! News.
Although “Hancock” did not receive many positive reviews, the Will Smith movie continued to appeal to moviegoers by bringing in another $33 million.
Brendan Fraser’s “Journey to the Center of the Earth” came in third with $20.6 million while Eddie Murphy’s “Meet Dave” opened with a disappointing 7th place – bringing in a total of only $5.3 million in the movie’s debut weekend.
Rounding out the top five is PIXAR’s Wall-E and Angelina Jolie’s flick “Wanted.”