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TMZ claims Dr. Phil struck a skateboarder on Friday as he was leaving Universal Studios. He went around a van and accidentally hit the skateboarder in the crosswalk. The two men shook hands before Phil drove away. The victim originally told Phil he was fine, but then told cops his shoulder and his leg were hurting. The victim said he would go to the hospital on his own. Perez Hilton quotes Dr. Phil’s rep as saying; “Dr. Phil talked with the gentleman at the time of the mishap and was assured by him that he was fine. If there are any outstanding questions from the LAPD, he will of course be glad to answer them and believes he was operating within the law.”


InTouch Weekly Magazine claims Katy Perry may be having trouble bonding with fellow American Idol judges Lionel Richie and Luke Bryan. A source tells the magazine; “The network blew the budget when signing Katy Perry as a judge for $25 million, but now there are whispers on set that she might not have been the right choice at all. Luke and Katy have nothing in common. Also, her jokes are falling flat. Producers are already planning to edit the awkward silences out of the show. The fact that Lionel and Luke are getting paid a lot less than Katy is an issue. They feel like some of her paycheck should have been shared among them because, so far, they’re carrying her.”


Game of Thrones star Kit Harington says that he cried after reading the script for the show’s final season. “We had the read-through last week in fact, so I know everything now. I cried at the end. You have to remember that eight years of it no one really cares about it more than us. I think, no-one really cares about [the show] more than us … It’s been an institution longer than any other institution I’ve been in. School, drama school, anything. I get a bit weepy thinking about it. It’s going to be a strange year saying goodbye to everyone and having last scenes with this person and that person. Not only you’re attached to it, loads of people around the world are attached to it.”


TMZ claims a homeless woman recently found and returned Cameron Diaz’s wallet. The woman found Cameron’s belongings outside of a restaurant in Beverly Hills. She tried to return the wallet to the restaurant, but they told her Cameron had already left. The woman waited until cops arrived before giving them the wallet. They returned it to Cameron.


Kim Cattrall tells Piers Morgan that she and her Sex and the City co-stars were never friends. “We’ve never been friends. We’ve been colleagues and in some ways it’s a very healthy place to be.”

Kim claims Donald Trump didn’t want his hair touched when he guest starred on the show. “He didn’t want anyone to touch his hair. He did his own make-up which was decidedly orange…it hasn’t been enhanced. And we were shooting at the Plaza (Hotel) and he owned the Plaza at the time, and part of the deal with shooting in the Plaza was he had to be in it. He wasn’t supposed to say a line because if you are sort of basically an extra you get paid a certain amount, but if you say a line you get more money – and of course he said a line.”

Naughty Gossip claims Brad and Angelina have reconciled. A source tells the site; “Angelina and Brad are back together but they are not ready to go public with the news. The divorce has been put on hold and they have been seeing each other at first just once a week. now they are together a lot and talking on the phone several times a day. They do love each other and now realize that not a lot of people are around who can understand them. They are the meant to be together and are even stronger after the split.”


The Wrap claims CBS is rebooting Magnum PI. The new show will follow ex-Navy Seal Thomas Magnum as he returns home from Afghanistan to begin work as a private investigator. Tom Selleck played Magnum in the 80s


Hooray for Hollywood: Here are this past weekend’s box office results.


  1. Boo 2! A Madea Halloween — $21.7 million
  2. Geostorm — $13.3 million
  3. Happy Death Day — $9.4 million
  4. Blade Runner 2049 — $7.2 million
  5. Only the Brave — $6 million
  6. The Foreigner — $5.5 million
  7. It — $3.5 million
  8. The Snowman — $3.4 million
  9. American Made — $3.2 million
  10. Kingsman: The Golden Circle — $3 million