Though never calling out Miley Cyrus by name, Jennifer Lawrence did bite into the entertainment industry, and the role models they're presenting to young women. When asked on BBC's Newsnight about the "sexualization of young women," where the interviewer refers to Miley, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire actress reacts, "It is a part of the entertainment industry that sells. Sex sells, and for some disgusting reason young sex sells even more." KEEP READING
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Donnie Wahlberg announced on Monday night's The Arsenio Hall Show that he and his family, which includes Mark Wahlberg, will star in their own reality show. KEEP READING
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It looks like Lindsay Lohan is starting off 2014 on the right foot.
The Associated Press reports that during a news conference at the Sundance Film Festival on January 20, the Mean Girls actress announced that she will produce and star in a new film called Inconceivable. Lohan added that she's looking for a "fresh start" after her public battles with the law. The conference was reportedly filmed by the documentary crew that is shooting her OWN reality series, set to premiere March 9.
Inconceivable producer and financier Randall Emmett said viewers "are going to really be shocked when they see Lindsay take this role on." Lohan added that she's approached Juliette Lewis for the film, and would love to work with American Horror Story star Jessica Lange.
Tis the season for a new Kardashian Christmas card, and in lead-up to the Keeping Up With the Kardashian stars' big reveal, E! has given them their own Christmas special filled with family flashback moments. KEEP READING
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