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JARED LETO LOSES LAWSUIT AGAINST TMZ: A judge has ruled that TMZ legally obtained the video of Jared Leto bashing Taylor Swift last year. Jared’s team attempted to argue that the video was sold by one of his employees who did not have his permission. The Oscar winner responded to the ruling in a statement saying, "We decided to fight back because it was the right thing to do. We will continue to fight because it is the right thing to do. Using antiquated laws to find loopholes that hurt, shame and slander people in the name of 'news' isn't just a legal issue, it is a moral one. It was wrong of TMZ to purchase stolen goods. It was wrong of TMZ to exploit material that did not belong to them. Neither myself, nor the employee in question, have any confusion around the issue at hand -- he was an employee who was hired to work for us and the footage he shot in the privacy of my home studio was owned by me. Ignoring the sworn testimony that both the videographer and I understood and agreed that I owned the footage, the decision rewards TMZ for their duplicity and further encourages them to publish materials they know to be stolen. We are launching an appeal immediately and are confident the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals will reverse this decision. I hope that we will one day move toward a place where we ask how well we can treat one another rather than how badly."

KIM KARDASHIAN WANTS TO GO TO LAW SCHOOL: Kim Kardashian may be the next Elle Woods. She reveals her interest in getting a law degree in the new issue of Wonderland magazine. Kim explains, "If things slow down and I had time, I really want to go to law school. Just something I can do in my older age." The reality star graduated high school but did not attend college.

IDINA MENZEL IS ENGAGED: Idina Menzel is getting married. The Frozen star has accepted a proposal from her Rent co-star Aaron Lohr. She confirmed the news on Twitter on Friday (September 23rd) writing, "As if this week couldn’t get any better I have wonderful news...my man and I are engaged! We are so happy. It’s a beautiful time." She was previously married to Taye Diggs for 10 years before they split in 2013.

JOSH BROLIN IS MARRIED: Josh Brolin has married his girlfriend Kathryn Boyd. The couple exchanged vows in North Carolina on Saturday (September 24th) in front of family and friends. They started dating in 2014.

ANTHONY BOURDAIN ADDRESSES SPLIT FROM WIFE: Anthony Bourdain insists that he and his wife, Ottavia Busia, have no hard feelings toward each other despite ending their marriage. He told People magazine, "My wife and I live, have lived, very separate lives for years. There's no drama here. We get along really, really well and it's not a big lifestyle change happening here." He and Ottavia shared one daughter together named Ariane. Anthony went on to discuss their family saying, "You know, this is a girl who knows her parents are weird. We have somehow managed to raise a very healthy, very happy, self-assured little girl who knows she's loved, who finds her parents entertaining. As a family, I think we've done a really good job and we're doing a really good job and would like to keep it that way. As a marriage, clearly it's not ideal but there's no injured party here, nobody's angry, nobody feels like the injured party, nobody feels like a victim. So we'll proceed like that."


    MICHAEL STRAHAN PISSED OFF ABC WITH RECENT INTERVIEW: ABC execs are reportedly not happy that Michael Strahan is still talking about his exit from Live. A source told Page Six of his recent interview with People magazine, "They are pissed at him for mentioning Kelly Ripa in his interview. Big surprise there. They thought he was over it, and here he is rehashing it. It’s sort of obvious they wouldn’t be happy...Everyone thought he’d moved on." A rep for the network called the story "old gossip."

    JANE PAULEY TO ANCHOR CBS’ SUNDAY MORNING: CBS has officially announced that Jane Pauley will replace Charles Osgood as host of Sunday Morning. Charles’ final episode aired on Sunday (September 25th.) Jane’s first broadcast will be on October 9th.

    BILL NUNN HAS DIED AT 62: Do the Right Thing actor Bill Nunn has passed away at the age of 62. A cause of death has not been revealed but Spike Lee said that he died in his hometown of Pittsburgh. Bill played Radio Raheem in Spike’s Do the Right Thing and is also known for roles in the Spider-Man trilogy, Sister Act and School Daze.

    HBO TO RE-AIR ‘THE LARRY SANDERS SHOW’: HBO will be granting Garry Shandling’s dying wish by re-airing old episodes of The Larry Sanders Show. It aired for six seasons before ending in 1998. Garry died back in March around the same time that HBO worked out a deal with Sony to air the episodes again.

    CALIFORNIA PASSES LAW OVER ACTORS AGES ON IMDB: California Governor Jerry Brown has signed a new bill requiring IMDB Pro to remove ages from the profile of actors and others listed on the site if they are asked to do so. SAG-AFTRA president Gabrielle Carteris reacted to the news in a statement saying, "SAG-AFTRA has been working hard for years to stop the career damage caused by the publication of performers’ dates of birth on online subscription websites used for casting like IMDb and StudioSystem. Currently, many websites used for casting proactively present birth dates and ages to casting decision makers who often can’t avoid seeing this information even if they try. This law will help improve the working lives of all SAG-AFTRA members and aspiring performers." The law only applies to pay subscription accounts.


    A writer for UK’s The Sun thinks Emma Watson should stick to acting instead of fighting for gender equality. The Harry Potter star was the target of writer Rod Liddle following her U.N speech as part of the HeForShe campaign.

    Rod wrote, "Hermoine Granger has been addressing the United Nations General Assembly. Nope, not kidding. The actress Emma Watson is a UN "Goodwill Ambassador." What’s that, when it’s at home? I haven’t a clue. Anyway, instead of telling them all the rules of quidditch or how to turn someone into a frog, she bored them all rigid with whining, leftie, PC crap. Just like all actresses do if people are stupid enough to give them the chance. Why do we indulge these luvvie slebs, most of whom know nowt? I don’t object to them having views and expressing them. I just don’t understand why take them seriously. I suppose they got Emma because Angelina Jolie is a bit tied up with other stuff at the moment."

      Emma has not responded to the criticism.


    Now that Glee is in his rearview mirror, Ryan Murphy is finally opening up about the experience and the death of cast member Cory Monteith.

    The TV mogul told Entertainment Weekly, "It was the best time in my life and the worst time in my life. There was a lot of infighting. There was a lot of people sleeping together and breaking up. It was good training for being a parent, I'll tell you that much." He added, "But I also made a mistake. We all got too personal. We loved it so much that we would all go out to dinner and we'd hang out and we were always together, so there was no delineation between who was the boss and who was the employee. And we were all so close that finally when something would happen, it would be so personal to me that I would literally hit the roof."

      Ryan also said of the 2013 death of Monteith, "We hugged, and the last thing he said was 'I love you, man, and thank you for helping me get better.' And then the next thing I knew he was dead. It was like losing a child. What started off as being such a great celebration of love and acceptance ultimately became about darkness and death...It was a great lesson in what not to do moving forward. And many of them are my good friends to this day." Ryan and his husband, David Miller, are parents to two sons -- Logan Phineas born in 2012 and Ford born in 2014.


    Brad Pitt was supposedly blindsided by Angelina Jolie’s divorce filing but the Maleficent star was making preparations before breaking the news to her hubby. Sources tell Us Weekly that she rented a home in L.A. several weeks before she officially pulled the plug on the marriage.

    One insider said, "Angelina and the kids are staying at a rented house in L.A. It is a 5-bedroom, 4,400 square-foot bluff-top estate with a private path that leads to the beach."

      The home also includes a "lagoon-style heated pool, ocean views, media room, in-home theater, gourmet kitchen, separate guest house with bedroom, bath and gym, spacious patios with ocean view dining and entertainment space." It was sold in 2010 for $8.5 million and was rented over the summer for $95,000 a month. Sources close to the situation are saying that Brad is totally heartbroken about everything and explained, "He is beside himself and has been crying. He was completely caught off-guard and blindsided and had no idea she would do this. Angelina filed the court papers a minute before the courts closed on Monday night. He didn’t have a lawyer or anything. She had threatened divorce in the past but he did not think she would file this time." He reportedly hasn’t seen their six children since she filed her divorce papers last week.

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