Olivia Munn Got A Scene From “The Predator” Pulled After She Discovered Her Co-Star Was A Sex Offender
A week from today, Twentieth Century Fox will release The Predator into theaters, the fourth film in the Predator series (or sixth, if you count those god-awful Alien vs. Predator films). But there’s one thing that will be missing from it. I guess you could say the titular predator wasn’t the only predator on the set of The Predator.
Since 1999, The New Yorker magazine has held The New Yorker Festival, which sounds like an appreciation event for the thousands of doctor’s offices that always make sure there’s a fresh three-year-old copy in the waiting room. It’s an event held over multiple days in which audiences can listen to “a who’s-who of the arts, politics and everything in between” talk. This year, the line-up included former White House Boglin and “little wannabe writer” Steve Bannon. However, after more famous attendees quit the festival, Steve Bannon has been removed from the lineup.
Variety is reporting that Italy’s version of X Factor has slammed their hands down on their buzzers and informed Asia Argento she would not be a part of the show’s upcoming season.
Meet Paul Flart (also known as Doug). Paul is a happy-go-lucky guy in Florida who was hired to be the security guard at a local hospital. People figured out Paul was a real ham and decided to make him the first person people saw when they walked in because he was such a jovial dude. Well, somewhere in that timeframe, Paul must have gone overboard on the kidney beans at the cafeteria because he let out an octave from his butt trumpet and…EUREKA! He discovered the acoustics in that hospital welcoming hall rivaled that of Carnegie Hall.
Paul spent six months ripping the most epic of cheek sneezes, and the Internet couldn’t get enough. His ass (literally) went viral, and he amassed thousands of followers tuning in to see his looks of shock, glee, and sometimes embarrassment of those ass claps. Alas, Paul’s boss didn’t have time for Paul’s ass antics, and he got fired. Luckily for us, Paul filmed it…and has a future planned!
At the rate he’s going with tricking politicians, I wouldn’t be surprised if the finale of Who Is America? includes Sacha Baron Cohen somehow getting Donald Trump to sign the deed to America back over to THE QUEEN. Like they would be so bad.
It didn’t seem like it took all that much for Sacha (disguised as an expert in anti-terrorism maneuvers) to get Georgia Republican state Rep. Jason Spencer to act like a dipshit and yell racial slurs, show the world he thought Asia was one giant country, and drop his panties. That didn’t exactly sit well with the GOP on the homestead, and Jason has resigned from his position. Continue reading
If I had to guess what the past 72 hours have been like for Chris Hardwick, I’d probably picture Chris channeling his inner Comic Book Guy and screaming “Worst weekend EVER!” every time he saw his name on an internet story. On Friday, an essay written for Medium by Chloe Dykstra about a controlling and abusive ex picked up some serious internet traction, and it was obvious the piece was about her ex Chris Hardwick.
It didn’t take long before Chris’ former company Nerdist announced they’ve had nothing to do with him since 2017 and erased him from their masthead. Chris issued a statement denying he was ever such an asshole (while also getting in a few petty digs at Chloe for cheating). Still, more of Chris’ business relations are treating him like a busted dalek and pushing him into the trash.