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  • RENEE ZELLWEGER SHOWS OFF NEW LOOK AT ELLE EVENT

    Photos of Renee Zellweger at the Elle Women in Hollywood event made the rounds on Tuesday (October 21st) with people shocked by her drastic new appearance. The Oscar winner looked so different that Gawker had to clarify that their source, Getty Images, had labeled the correct woman as Renee.

    Rumors circulated last year that she had gotten work done and was suffering from an eating disorder which she addressed in an interview with UK's Daily Express saying, "When you read reports that you are starving yourself or that you are anorexic it's very unfair and disappointing. It's not very pleasant to read reports which say you've gone too far or this or that." She went on to credit a dedicated gym regimen for her changing appearance.

    • The Chicago star has not made a movie since 2010 but has two projects lined up for next year.

    Side by Side Comparison:

    Renee Zellweger - You Look... Like Someone Else http://t.co/74m31rb1CZ What do you think of her latest look?

    — Harvey Levin (@HarveyLevinTMZ) October 21, 2014

  • SAM LUFTI DEFENDS HIS HONOR

    Sam Lufti is fully aware of his negative reputation in the media and he wants to set the record straight. The man who has had close ties with Britney Spears, Courtney Love, and most recently, Amanda Bynes, has written an open letter for XO Jane in attempt to explain his connection to the three troubled women.

    He writes, "If you read anything in the media right now I'm described one of two ways: "shady" or "Svengali." Putting aside the racist and anti-Semitic problems of those two words, there is also one other huge issue with them: They are absolutely dead wrong. I've worked in Hollywood for a long time, and over the years these experiences have led me to see what happens when too much fame and too much money can sometimes get the best of celebrities. I am a problem solver, and I care about helping people get out of what may seem like some of their more difficult places in life. Which is why you have seen me associated with some of the more famous celebrities when they are in their most trying hours: Britney Spears, Courtney Love and now Amanda Bynes. Also intertwined with all of these women is a lot of media scrutiny and much wrangling over money, control and influence. So it makes sense that my name has been dragged through the mud more times than I can count. People fight dirty in Hollywood. They do what they need to do to come out on top and to claim the seat next to the most powerful. This has never been my M.O. I am a person who loves a good comeback story. I consider myself somewhat of a comeback, and I am also not afraid to get dirty in the process. If I need to be slandered in order to help other people get better -- or to help their reputations get better -- I have absolutely no problem with that. It's never been about me. It's been about them. Courtney asked me to write this in order to help stop some of the misinformation campaigns that have been nonstop over the last few weeks as Bynes has been more in the spotlight than ever. All I can tell you is that Amanda is getting the help that she needs and that I am working closely with her and her family in order to ensure that we can move on from the tabloid sensationalism of her "breakdown" and instead concentrate on what a rare, talented young woman she has always been and continues to be. Amanda is a beautiful, amazing and very strong woman who has been through a lot. So are Courtney and Britney. Like me, they are also survivors. Call me whatever name you need to but please, leave these women alone."

    • The letter also includes a photo of a text from Courtney showing her support for Sam and claiming that Lynn Spears, Britney's mother, made up lies about him.

  • INDUSTRY NEWS

    BARBARA WALTERS TO INTERVIEW MORE FASCINATING PEOPLE: ABC has announced that Barbara Walters will return for another year of her most fascinating people interviews. Oprah Winfrey, Neil Patrick Harris, Chelsea Handler, and Scarlett Johansson will be sitting down with Barbara on Sunday, December 14th. More names will be revealed at a later date. Barbara said in a statement, "I was absolutely delighted when ABC approached me to do another year of 10 Most Fascinating People. I know we said last year was our last, but there are just too many fascinating people out there...and you never pass up the opportunity to interview Oprah, Neil, Chelsea or Scarlett."

    THE CW ORDERS FULL SEASON FOR 'JANE THE VIRGIN' AND 'THE FLASH': The CW has ordered full seasons for freshman shows The Flash and Jane The Virgin. The series premiere of The Flash nabbed the highest ratings in the network's history. Jane premiered last week and has received a lot of praise from critics for the show's star, Gina Rodriguez. The network said in a statement, "We have had a fantastic start to our season this year, with The Flash launching as our most-watched series premiere ever, and Jane The Virgin recognized as the best new show this season by critics across the country. Over the past three seasons, we have made it our mission to grow and to broaden out our audience, and to keep raising the bar with the quality and impact of our new shows, and The Flash and Jane have both exceeded our expectations on all counts."

    FX CANCELS 'THE BRIDGE': FX has decided not to renew The Bridge after two seasons. According to Deadline, the network hoped the show would grow in the ratings and critical reception in the second season but remained steady from the first year. The drama was adapted from a Scandanavian series. It starred Diane Kruger as an officer who patrols the U.S.-Mexico border.

    MTV'S 'FAKING IT' GETS 1O MORE EPISODES: MTV has ordered an additional 10 episodes for the current season of Faking It. The second season premiere scored 1.043 million viewers last month. The show follows two best friends who pretend to be a lesbian couple to gain popularity.

    PATRICK STEWART JOINS 'GREEN ROOM': Patrick Stewart has landed a role in the upcoming thriller Green Room. He joins fellow cast members Anton Yelchin and Imogen Poots. The film is about a punk band who witnesses a murder by a group of racist skinheads. Stewart will play the leader of the white supremacist group.

  • BEN AFFLECK TRIED TO HELP SHIA LABEOUF

    Shia LaBeouf admits in the new issue of Interview that Ben Affleck tried to offer him some advice during his time in need which he didn't take.

    The former Disney star explains, "Ben is a really charming dude. He was the first guy who really took me off to the side and made me feel like I could do it. He said, 'Keep your head on straight, kid, and don't let all this get to you.' He knew that I had cameras in my face and that there were expectations to perform. I think that's always been my issue. I'm prone to theatrics in my life. Ben saw that and was trying to curb it before it became an issue. He was unsuccessful."

    • Shia also tells the magazine that he is reforming his ways through religion.

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