Kardashians Get Mocked by News Achors

Two news anchors from Philadelphia’s Fox 29 morning show “Good Day” were caught on camera mocking Khloe and Kim Kardashian after the interview was over. Usually news anchors are suppose to be courteous and professional, not these two.

I don’t know what makes this funnier, the fact that it was all on video, or the fact that the anchors knew the cameras were still rolling and couldn’t care less about it. After completing the interview with the Kardashians, Mike Jerrick and Sheinelle Jones began making fun of the two sisters. “Can they still hear us?” asks Jerrick. He then proceeds to mock the reality stars for their high-pitched voices and affinity for shoulder pads. He didn’t even mention the fact that apparently the sisters are accomplished writers as well.

Jones half-heartedly attempts to defend the sisters, saying, “I think they’re stunning.” But even she can’t keep a straight face as her cohort continues speaking in a nasally Kardashian-like voice, a bit like a Smurf who had inhaled helium.

Again, I can’t decide if this is funnier because they or doing it, or because they simply don’t care about being filmed doing it. Remember, we shouldn’t make fun of other people, but if the Kardashians are involved, then I say go ahead and make an exception.

Enjoy the video below!


New Breaking Dawn Trailer Hits the Web

A new trailer for the highly anticipated “Breaking Dawn” movie has just hit the web. Needless to say, it is packed with goodies that any Twilight fan is going to be seething over.

The trailer offers a lot of little looks and peaks, although very brief, of certain highly anticipated scenes; including the wedding, the bedroom scene, a glimpse of the Volturi, and finally ends with a curdling scream as Bella finds out she is pregnant.

Instead of trying to explain it clip for clip, we decided to let you see it. Check out the new trailer below.

Breaking Dawn: Part 1 hits theatres Nov. 18

Tyler Perry Tops Forbes Highest Paid Men in Entertainment List

Forbes released their annual list of the highest paid men in entertainment. Who was number one? Well, the answer may surprise a few. Tyler Perry actually tops this year’s list. With five movies last year alone, and two television shows to his credit, the writer/director/producer/actor heads the list of highest paid men in entertainment.

Perry earned $130 million between May 2010 and May 2011, which ranks him as the highest-earning man in entertainment for that time period. There was only one other actor on the list, and that was Leonardo DiCaprio, who ranked 8th.

DiCaprio earned $77 million during our time frame thanks to two of his biggest non-Titanic hits ever: Shutter Island and Inception. The two films earned a combined $1.1 billion at the global box office in 2010. Up next, the star will take on the role of former FBI head J. Edgar Hoover in a biopic directed by Clint Eastwood. The film is already generating Oscar buzz for DiCaprio.

The rest of the list was dominated by producers and television personalities. As usual, Jerry Brukheimer and Steven Spielberg were both high on the list. You can view the complete list of the highest paid men in entertainment here.

Adam Sandler’s “Bucky Larson” is One of the Worst Flops in Recent History

Who didn’t see this coming? The movie looked terrible, the writing looked terrible, and even the promos featuring all of Sandler’s friends looked terrible. Bucky Larson: Born to be a Star was released this past weekend and ended up being one of the worst flops in recent history.

To make matters even worse, the movie scored a historic and rare 0% on Rotten Tomatoes. The overall premise of the movie is just awful, as Nick Swardson plays a guy who learns his parents were porn stars and then goes on a quest to continue in their footsteps.

This is not like Sandler and his Happy Madison production company. Usually they put out pretty good stuff, and we all know Sandler puts out pretty good stuff. We are going to chalk this one up to a slight mis-step.

Bucky Larson: Born to Be a Star opened on Sept. 9, earning a dismal $1.5 million from 1,500 theaters to fall outside of the top 10 — one of the worst studio openings in recent times. Oddly, Bucky Larson received a B on CinemaScore.

Are Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lopez Dating?

It looks like Jennifer Lopez is not wasting any time finding a new man, as she was spotted with Bradley Cooper over the weekend while out to dinner in New York City. The pair cause quite a stir, but was it a date or just dinner?

Reports swirled that the pair had a romantic dinner at New York City’s Per Se on Saturday, but a People source said the newly single Jennifer, 42, and Bradley, 37, were just having a business meeting. I don’t know, business meetings are usually scheduled for earlier times, and not at night in a romantic setting.

The singer/actress/“American Idol” judge announced her split with Marc Anthony on July 15. Cooper has reportedly recently been linked to Olivia Wilde and Charlize Theron.

Whatever the deal is it makes for some good gossip. What will happen next with them? Stay tuned to find out.

Oh ya, don’t worry about poor Marc Anthony, reports from a few weeks ago already have him linked with Will Smith’s wife Jada Pinkett Smith.

Reese Witherspoon Hit by a Car

Reese Witherspoon suffered some minor injuries after she was struck by a car during her jog in the Santa Monica area, this according to local police.

Witherspoon was hit around 11 a.m. in a residential neighborhood. The driver of the car was an 84-year-old woman who’d been traveling about 20 mph. The 84-year old woman was cited for failing to yield to a pedestrian in a crosswalk.

An ambulance did show up to take her to the hospital, but she is in good condition and resting comfortably in her Brentwood area home. At least this is what her rep said.

Reese Witherspoon recently starred in Water for Elephants, and she continues to be one of the most sought after actresses in Hollywood. Hopefully this won’t put a hold on anything she has in the works. Witherspoon married her boyfriend a while back.

Rolling Stone’s Worst Songs of the Nineties

The latest issue of Rolling Stone Magazine included a little poll that asked what were the worst songs of the nineties? Well, it is official, the poll was released, and many of the songs I am sure anyone would be able to guess.

However, I am not so sure I agree with a couple of the choices (particularly the Celine Dion and the Hanson choices), as both of these acts are still very big (see Celine Dion in Vegas and Hanson still playing huge gigs), but the rest I pretty much agree with.

Without boring you further with opinion, here are the top ten worst songs of the nineties as put together by the Rolling Stone Poll:

10. 4 Non-Blondes: “What’s Up”

9. Right Said Feed: “I’m Too Sexy”

8. Baha Men: “Who Let the Dogs Out?”

7. Celine Dion: “My Heart Will Go On” (Puzzling)???

6. Hanson: “MMMBop” No way this should be on this list.

5. Chumbawamba: “Tubthumping”

4. Vanilla Ice: “Ice Ice Baby” probably, but you know you still love it!

3. Billy Ray Cyrus: “Achy Breaky Heart”  Yes, terrible.

2. Los Del Rio: “Macarena”

1. Aqua: “Barbie Girl”

Of course people will agree to disagree on a lot of these songs. I am sure Aqua disagreed with this but was okay with it seeing as how they sold over 11-million copies of this song. How does this compare with your list?

Will Eddie Murphy Host the Oscars?

Reports are floating around the Eddie Murphy’s name is on the shortlist of people being considered to host the Oscars in 2012. The wildly popular 80’s comedian is at the very top of that list it seems out of nowhere, as his name has never been floated around before.

So why is Murphy on the top of the list this year? This year’s Oscars are being produced by Rush Hour 3 director Brett Ratner, who also directed Murphy in the upcoming action comedy Tower Heist. Ratner was reportedly so impressed with Murphy’s performance in the film, as well as his extensive knowledge of cinema, that he immediately put his name at the top of his possible Oscar host list when he secured the producing gig for the 2012 show.

Other producers feel that Murphy’s live comedy experience would give him an edge. He also has two films coming out in the next six months – Tower Heist and the drama A Thousand Words, which could turn a comeback for the actor. The Oscars have been striving for more diversity lately. This would help explain the reason could be behind this year’s puzzling decision to honor Oprah Winfrey.

A decision on Murphy could be made by the end of this week. There is however one other name on the shortlist, and that would be old reliable Billy Crystal, whom is an Oscar hosting vet and always does well.

After the debacle of Anne Hathaway and James Franco at last year’s Oscars, I personally think a donkey would do a better job, so Murphy seems like a good fit.