While ‘The Simpson’ may still be popular after 23 seasons, a contract dispute threatens the future of television’s longest running prime time series.
According to the Daily Beast, 20th Century Fox Television, the production company of ’The Simpsons,’ offered an ultimatum to the cartoon’s six principal voice actors Monday night — accept a 45 percent pay cut or this season of the show will be its last.
There is no timeline for the release of the film, at this point, since potential script writers are being considered. Universal doesn’t intend the film be a sequel or a remake, but rather a re-imagination that draws from the themes prevalent in both Al Pacino’s notorious version of Scarface and the original 1932 Howard Hawkes-directed ‘Scarface.’
As you may have heard, naked photos of Scarlett Johansson leaked onto the Internet Wednesday.
In apparent nod to the authenticity of the self-shots, sources connected with Scarlett Johansson have told TMZ that they have already contacted the FBI because they believe the photos were removed from Johansson’s phone illegally by a hacker.
America might soon be seeing a lot more of Casey Anthony.
Porn provocateur Larry Flynt confirmed Thursday night that he has offered Anthony, who was acquitted of murdering her two-year old daughter in a highly controversial trial, $500,000 plus 10 percent of the issue’s profits if she appears nude in Hustler.
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