TRENDIN' Director Guillermo del Toro Speaks Up For Women

 Mariah Carey has already lost more than 30 pounds since undergoing gastric sleeve surgery last November

• The source tells us she is not hitting the gym, or depriving herself -- Carey still enjoys a glass of red wine from time to time.


*Nancy Kerrigan hasn't seen I, Tonya, and has very little to say about it.

The Olympic figure skater tells the Boston Globe she's been too "busy" to see the critically acclaimed bio-pic starring Margot Robbie or watch Tonya Harding celebrated at last week's Golden Globes. "I was at the national [figure skating] championships this week so I didn’t watch the Golden Globes. I haven’t seen the movie. I’m just busy living my life."

The film presents Harding as a victim -- even though Kerrigan was the one clubbed in the knee before the 1994 Winter Olympics. The movie blames the attack entirely on Harding's then-husband Jeff Gillooly.  

Asked if she was bothered by the film’s portrayal of Harding, Kerrigan said, “I don’t know. At this point, it’s so much easier and better to just’s not really part of my life. As you say, I was the victim. Like, that’s my role in this whole thing. That’s it."

Kerrigan isn't the only one who has issues with the veracity of the film. Harding's own mother, LaVona "Sandy" Golden, says she never abused her daughter and the scene in which she throws a steak knife at the figure skater never happened. In an interview with ABC News, Golden says, “Why would I throw a steak knife at anybody? [Tonya's] lied so much she doesn’t know what isn’t a lie anymore.”

Talk About It:

  • So basically everyone has called Tonya a liar.
  • Golden says she's never met her grandson, and Harding says she never will.
  • You can bet Nancy Kerrigan will have more to say about I, Tonya once she watches it.


Mark Wahlberg: He reportedly refused to approve Christopher Plummer as a replacement for Kevin Spacey in All the Money in the World unless he was paid more than $1.5 million for the re-shoots.

Seal: The singer is calling out Oprah over her friendship with Harvey Weinstein.

Mary J. Blige: The singer was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on her birthday.

Eddie Clarke: The ex-Motorhead guitarist, nicknamed "Fast" Eddie, died Wednesday of pneumonia at age 67.

Deadpool 2: Fox has bumped up its release date to May 18th, putting it up against Sony's Slenderman and Solo: A Star Wars Story a week later.

#TheFour: Fans are reacting to the latest episode of FOX's new singing competition show.

Anderson Cooper: He said, "The sentiment the president expressed…is racist" after Donald Trumpreportedly used profanity to refer to Haiti, El Salvador and African nations.


Sources tell TMZ, Michelle Williams was not "betrayed" by anyone when she agreed to do reshoots for free while Mark Wahlberg earned $1.5 million. Michelle's contract required her to do reshoots "as part of her overall salary, whereas Mark's deal did not include reshoots." Therefore, according to the insiders, "he had producers over a barrel, and he got what he was after."

Kieffer Delp -- the ex-boyfriend of Teen Mom 2 star Jenelle Evans -- has been arrested for allegedly running a meth lab in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Us Weekly reports. According to the court documents, he's been unable to post bail, which was set for $50,000.

Ronan Farrow has signed a three-year deal with HBO to develop and front investigative documentaries. The son of Mia Farrow recently revealed the stories of several Harvey Weinstein accusers for The New Yorker. (Page Six)

FOX has yanked its Patty Hearst bio-pic after the heiress criticized the project and the author for glorifying her rape and torture. (TMZ)




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Minnie Mouse Finally Gets Her Hollywood Star - A female Hollywood icon will get a star on the Walk of Fame.

40 years after her boyfriend got one, Minnie Mouse will finally get her place on the sidewalk on January 22nd, right in front of the El Capitan Theatre.

Producer Ana Martinez called the Disney creation a "woman of the ages" and a great addition to the Walk of Fame. A star for Mickey Mouse was installed in 1978. She also joins other beloved Disney icons like Donald Duck, Tinker Bell, Winnie the Pooh, Snow White, and Kermit the Frog.

Source: Entertainment Weekly

SAG Awards Presenters Will All Have This In Common - 

They’ve kept their promise!

The upcoming Screen Actors Guild Awards will be handed out by an all-female team of presenters. Show producers announced yesterday that Halle Berry, Emma Stone, Dakota Fanning and Lupita Nyong'o will be among them.

The move comes in recognition of the growing women's movement in Hollywood. The 24th annual SAG Awards telecast is set for January 21stwith Kristen Bell as host. 

Source: Hollywood Reporter

Bill Cosby Is Ready For Retrial - 

Bill Cosby says he's ready for his retrial in April.

He told reporters at a restaurant in Philadelphia "we're ready." In June, the 80-year-old comedian went to trial over charges he drugged and molested a former Temple University employee in 2004 inside his suburban Philadelphia home. The judge declared a mistrial after the jury deadlocked. Cosby's trial was delayed until the spring so his new legal team could get up to speed.

He has insisted the sexual encounter was consensual. "The Philadelphia Inquirer" reports some members of the media were tipped off about the dinner and were invited to document the event. It was, by most accounts an “odd gathering” and at one point the comedian made a bad choice of telling a female reporter “Please don’t put me on MeToo,” after they shook hands.


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