Brody Jenner: Spencer Pratt Has “Lost It”

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WOW! Look at Heidi!

Brody Jenner thinks his former best friend Spencer Pratt has gone off the deep end.

“I actually think he’s kind of lost it a little bit,” Jenner, 26, said on the Kidd Kraddick in the Morning radio show Wednesday.

The new issue of Us Weekly reports Pratt, 26, has major rage issues. On the May 11 episode of The Hills, he had a violent outburst after Heidi’s sister Holly confronted him about a crude remark he made about their mother being “just a vagina.”

Said Jenner, “Lately, it’s hard for me — even as someone who used to be best friends with him — to see what’s real and what’s not as far as he goes… I see he wants attention.”

Jenner also said Pratt “got all crazy with those crystals,” on which Us Weekly has reported the Pratts have spent $400,000.

Us Weekly also reports that the couple are in “panic mode” about losing their source of income because neither has taped since Mid-April. (Spencer was suspended from the MTV hit after threatening to kill a producer; Heidi’s role was reduced after she objected to a faux-divorce story line.)

A source tells Us Weekly show creator Adam DiVello “said he doesn’t think Heidi and Spencer will come back for the series finale.”


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Thursday, May 13th, 2010 at 9:09am
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Naomi Watts To Play Marilyn Monroe

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Naomi Watts has been chosen to play screen icon Marilyn Monroe in a new biopic.

The King Kong star will tackle the lead role in Blonde, an adaptation of Joyce Carol Oates’ imaginary Marilyn Monroe memoir which will be directed by Andrew Dominik, the moviemaker behind The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford.

The $20 million production will begin filming in January 2011, and Dominik is delighted to have found his Monroe.

He tells, “Why is Marilyn Monroe the great female icon of the 20th Century? For men she is an object of sexual desire that is desperately in need of rescue. For women, she embodies all the injustices visited upon the feminine, a sister, a Cinderella, consigned to live among the ashes. I want to tell the story of Norma Jeane as a central figure in a fairytale; an orphan child lost in the woods of Hollywood, being consumed by that great icon of the twentieth century.”

Monroe, born Norma Jeane Mortenson, died in 1962 at the age of 36 following a drug overdose.


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A dressed-down Rihanna leaves London’s Cipriani restaurant, escorted by her bodyguards.

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The “Rude Boy” singer is currently in the British capital as part of her world tour.


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Sex and the City is BACK!

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New York- Two years after breaking box office records with their first feature film, the Sex and the City gang hopes audiences are ready to get carried away again – this time all the way to Abu Dhabi.

On the same majestic dunes that Peter O’Toole famously crossed in Lawrence of Arabia almost 50 years ago, Parker and her costars – Kristin Davis, Cynthia Nixon, and Kim Cattrall – mastered the art of strutting through the desert in stilettos. They also learned to ride camels…while decked out in really, really expensive clothing. “Kim and I had this camel that without any warning would just sit down whenever he wanted. And we were dressed like lunatics!” Parker says. “Designer couture on camels. And I mean Couture. I had some vintage Dior pieces from the couture archives on a camel.”

Unlikely as it may seem, the idea to send the ladies on an exotic five-star vacation sprang from the recession. “We were in the middle of an economic downturn, and I realized that during the Great Depression, the movies’ job was to go to a bit of an escapist’s bend,” says King, who took over as show-runner on the HBO series after creator Darren Star stepped down in 2000. “So I thought, let’s take everybody on a big, fun trip. Because I don’t think people want to see Carrie Bradshaw selling apples under the bridge.”

The lack of fan scrutiny spared everyone from resorting to fake-out tactics, such as the day King sent Cattrall to the New York set in a wedding dress. John Corbett (Aidan) even managed to stay in Morocco for two weeks without a word of it leaking to the press. “I couldn’t believe that I got to go there and the paparazzi never caught me,” says the actor. “The whole time we were there, one guy got a shot off, but I had a little bag I was carrying and I got it up in front of my face. That was the only photo- a big, tall guy with a bag in front of his face.”


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