Katherine Heigl has gotten a bad rep in Hollywood after she and former boss Shonda Rhimes had a nasty falling out. After removing herself from Emmy consideration while she starred on the Shonda-created Grey’s Anatomy, the actress has been rumored to have inspired Shonda’s strict “no a**hole policy.”
Though she’s kept mum on the subject, Katherine admits she regrets having left a terrible impression on the Scandal creator. In an interview with Mario Lopez she admits:
I am sorry that she feels that way and I wish her nothing but greatness and I have nothing negative to say about [her]. I’m a big fan of her work. I watch Scandal every week and so I’m sorry she’s left with such a crappy impression of me. I wish I could do something to change that. Maybe I will be able to someday.
As for her negative image, the 35-year-old State of Affairs actress realizes that the only thing she can do is prove everyone wrong, saying:
[I’ve realized] there’s nothing I can do about this except to sort of prove it wrong, you know? And the only way to prove it wrong is for people to have a work experience with me that doesn’t speak to that at all.”
Channing Tatum is the gift that keeps on giving. After blessing us all with the upcoming Magic Mike XXL, he is now giving us access to everything that happened on the set of the much anticipated movie.
The cover boy of the December issue of Esquire admits that everything is not always so seamless on set, especially when all the fellas have to dance half-naked in one scene:
“There are a lot of apologies,” he admits. “A lot of ‘I’m sorry that ran into your chin’ and ‘Let me take my thigh off your neck.'”
Outside of the Magic Mike franchise, the daddy-of-one has also been creating major Oscar buzz with his upcoming role as Olympic wrestler Mark Schultz. For this role, Channing had to train with the athlete and reveals:
I’ll tell you the truth. He’s even intense when he eats eggs. He’s still scary to get on the mats with. My third or fourth time wrestling, there I am with this technician of the sport, an all-time great, a really violent wrestler who can bend me in half pretty easily. He did, too. Crushed me.
If you thought your love for Frozen and Breaking Bad would never correspond, you thought wrong. YouTube collective, Animeme, has taken the time to make your heart giddy with an unexpected mashup of the two hits.
In the mashup, Walter White flips the script on Frozen’s “Do You Want To Build A Snow Man,” changes is to “Do You Want To Build A Meth Lab,” reminisces about the good-ole days of running a meth lab as he goes around looking for Jessie.
Watch the video above.
When it comes to ratchet television, you can bet VH1 has it’s finger on the pulse of viewers. Bye Felicia, the network’s newest addition, is evidence of the fact. The show, inspired by a phrase that has become popular in the African-American community, will be hosted by Atlanta “life coaches” Deborah Hawkes and Missy Young.
According to VH1:
White women of LA are getting a serious confidence boost and a little dose of reality with the series premiere of “Bye Felicia!,” premiering Tuesday, December 9 at 9PM. This 8-episode, hour long series follows Atlanta-based life coaches Deborah Hawkes and Missy Young as they set out to help white girls across the Los Angeles area. Each closed-ended episode aims to empower two different women who could use a dose of honesty in order to turn their lives around.
FOX has finally released an action-packed trailer for Peanuts, a new animated film featuring beloved characters Snoopy and Charlie Brown. In the trailer, the ever-cool Snoopy takes a nap, while all the other furry little characters wreck havoc all around him, and Charlie Brown, ever-so-ditzy, inadvertently annoys movies goers and spills popcorn all over himself.