On Sunday, Piers Morgan came for Daniel Craig for wearing his six-week-old daughter in a baby carrier (or “papoose” as they say in the UK). Obviously a whole lot of people have had a problem with Piers’ stance on the matter, and they’ve called him out justly. But sometimes simply calling out a troll on Twitter isn’t enough, and that’s when Piers received some real-life comeuppance for his stupid opinions by way of a cream-filled pie to the face on live television.
Earlier this year, James Franco was accused of being a creep by five women who spoke to the Los Angeles Times. Since then, he’ss kept his head down and was likely counting down the weeks until his worst year was officially over. Unfortunately for James, he’s not going to leave 2018 without at least one last Google alert about his alleged shitty behavior. Although this time, it’s about how he got violent with Busy Philipps during the filming of Freaks and Geeks.
TMZ reports that Sarah Palin’s 29-year-old Track Palin is on-track (I had to) to officially become the worst Palin. On Friday night, Alaska State Troopers responded to a report of a disturbance at Track’s home in Wasilla. Track allegedly got violent with a woman at the residence, although it’s not known who the woman is or what her relation to Track is. The Alaska Department of Public Safety (whose motto should simply be: Stay Safe – Stay Away from the Palins) would only describe the woman as an acquaintance.
Even if you’ve never watched a single episode of HBO’s Silicon Valley and the words “This guy fucks” mean absolutely nothing to you, I’m sure you’re at least familiar with the indisputable fact that former star T.J. Miller was a huge mess on set before he was politely written off the show. T.J. allegedly showed up to work drunk or on drugs, and had a bit of an ego problem. It made it seem like everyone else on set probably spent a lot of time thinking of clever ways to call in sick. But according to Alice Wetterlund – who played one of the show’s limited female characters, a programmer named Carla (seen above on the left) – pretty much everyone was happy to let T.J. be T.J.
When seven cast members of Arrested Development recently sat down with The New York Times for an interview about the upcoming fifth season, I’m sure they all thought they’d have a great time. (Ron Howard voice) They did not. Jason Bateman came to the defense of on-set jerk Jeffrey Tambor, and while doing so, he simultaneously took a hot cornballer shit all over Jessica Walter’s feelings.
Who would have ever guessed that the Hollywood director who’s spent 40 years on the run from a statutory rape charge wouldn’t be a fan of women speaking up about shitty behavior? Oh, we all have our hands up?I guess we’re all in agreement that we all saw this one coming.