Contact Music claims Michael Jackson’s Neverland Ranch is being turned into a museum. It will feature guided tours, music videos, film clips, pictures and other multimedia.
Life & Style Weekly Magazine claims Alex Rodriguez is feeling pressure to propose to Jennifer Lopez. A source tells the magazine; “She’s putting the pressure on him. J. Lo flat-out told him, ‘OK, I’m ready. Marry me,”. He’s feeling a little pressured. When J. L o says jump, most people ask how high. Alex is no different. Clearly J. Lo’s the boss. J. Lo was skeptical about A-Rod’s intentions at first because of his reputation as a lothario. She’s confident that A-Rod, like her, is in it for the long haul.”
Yahoo News claims the Long Beach, New York police recently rushed to a local pizza and ice cream shop after someone called 911 to report that a car had slammed into the restaurant. The accident was fake and being shot for a film starring Billy Crystal. Crystal grew up in the neighborhood where the scene was being filmed.
Us Weekly claims Gwyneth Paltrow and Brad Falchuk have gotten engaged after three years of dating. A source tells the magazine; “They both knew it would happen, but it wasn’t a big thing to them because they were both in long marriages before. There wasn’t a rush.”
Us Weekly claims Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are secretly planning a summer wedding. A source tells the magazine: “It will definitely be a summer wedding. With Suits over, so so is her life in Toronto, but she’s really excited about starting a new chapter with Harry. It’s not a question of if she’s moving in, it’s just a matter of when.”
Business Insider claims Warner Brothers could lose $50 million to $100 million on Justice League. The movie cost $600 million to produce and market. The studio is expecting a worldwide take of $545 million.
OK! magazine claims Julia Roberts allegedly has rules for her cameraman husband Danny Moder when he is working away from home on a film. A source tells the magazine; “Danny had to check in with her three times a day and wasn’t allowed to go to sleep without FaceTiming her and the kids. Julia can be very codependent, so she gets anxious when he’s out of town. Julia trusts Danny, but there were a slew of gorgeous young women working on a film, so she didn’t want him in that scene.”
The Wrap claims Jason Beghe, who plays Sgt Hank Voight on Chicago PD, has apologized for inappropriate behavior on the set. He released a statement saying; “I am deeply sorry for my behavior, which I know has been hurtful to my friends and colleagues. I have struggled with anger issues for some time, and over the past year, I have been working with a coach to help me learn how to mitigate my temper. It’s an ongoing process, and it has been a humbling one. It is a source of great pride for me to be part of Chicago P.D.’s incredible cast and crew. I have personally apologized to anyone who I have upset, and I am committed to doing what is necessary to make up any damage that I may have caused.”
Variety magazine claims Jason’s behavior played a part in Sophia Bush’s decision to leave the show. A source tells the site; “She’s been trying to get out of the show for a long time, but she ultimately left of her own accord.”
– A new survey by Groupon reveals that 3:29 p.m. on Thanksgiving is the time when most people plan to start their Black Friday shopping.
– The Daily Mail claims sales of Viagra and Cialis jump by 61% during the holiday season. Online pharmacies say stress and spontaneity are the top two reasons for the increase in sales.
– CBS has fired morning show host Charlie Rose because eight women are accusing him of sexual misconduct.
– ESPN claims LaVar Ball’s CNN interview on Monday night was worth $9 million in free advertising for his Big Baller Brand
– QSR Web claims Dunkin Donuts is launching a donut-flavored lip gloss.
– Contact Music claims Jason ‘Aquaman’ Momoa has designed 100 limited edition surfboards for Surfboard Warehouse. Jason’s boards will go on sale next February with a portion of the proceeds going to charity
– A pair of Michael Jordan’s game-worn Air Jordan 1’s recently sold for a record $55,000. The black, white and red high tops were outfitted with extra ankle support.