Jay Z, Beyonce and Solange Say It's All Good
JAY Z, BEYONCÉ and SOLANGE have apparently worked through whatever caused that big elevator explosion last week. They released a statement yesterday, saying it's all good. Here it is . . .
"Jay and Solange each assume their share of responsibility for what has occurred. They both acknowledge their role in this private matter that has played out in the public. They both have apologized to each other and we have moved forward as a united family.
"The reports of Solange being intoxicated or displaying erratic behavior throughout that evening are simply false. At the end of the day families have problems and we're no different.
"We love each other and above all we are family. We've put this behind us and hope everyone else will do the same."
Meanwhile, if you still care what caused the fight, a "source" says Solange went after Jay on her sister's behalf, because he was flirting with another woman.
CBS Boss Les Moonves Says They Didn't Offer Late Night Hosting Gigs to Neil Patrick Harris or Joel McHale
This week, NEIL PATRICK HARRIS said that he could've taken over for DAVID LETTERMAN or CRAIG FERGUSON . . . but he turned them down because he thought he'd get bored doing late night TV.
Well, CBS boss Les Moonves . . . the guy who chose STEPHEN COLBERT to be the next host of "The Late Show" . . . says there were never any formal talks about that.
He says, quote, "After Neil was done [with 'How I Met Your Mother'], we said: 'Neil, what do you want to do? What are the possibilities? Want to come do a new series with us?'
"We knew Letterman and 12:30 might be open . . . [we said] 'What do you think about that?' So it was a very general topic. So I wouldn't say we didn't talk about it, but he wasn't offered it, per se."
Moonves also denied speculation that JOEL MCHALE has been tapped to take "The Late Late Show". He says, quote, "[He's] a wonderful talent. We'd love to have him over at CBS in some way, but there was no discussion about 12:30."
Will Robin Thicke Try to Win Paula Patton Back with a Song at Sunday's "Billboard Music Awards"?
ROBIN THICKE is still desperate to win PAULA PATTON back. And according to TMZ, he even wrote a song that he's going to try to woo her with at this Sunday's "Billboard Music Awards".
It's called "Get Her Back", and it includes lyrics like, "All I wanna do is make it right . . .
"I gotta get her, go get her back / I gotta treat her right / I gotta cherish her for life."
And, "I should've kissed you longer / I should've held you stronger / And I'll wait for forever for you."
"Godzilla" and Disney's "Million Dollar Arm" Are in Theater
1. "Godzilla" (PG-13) Trailer
The new "Godzilla" remake stars "Breaking Bad's" Bryan Cranston, Aaron Taylor-Johnson from "Kick-Ass" as his son, Ken Watanabe as a Japanese scientist, and a CGI Godzilla who looks a LOT closer to the 1954 original.
It has nothing to do with the crappy version from 1998 with Matthew Broderick, and even has him squaring off against some OTHER huge monsters, like the old Japanese movies.
2. Disney's "Million Dollar Arm" (PG) Trailer
Jon Hamm plays a sports agent who goes to India to recruit cricket players to become BASEBALL pitchers, after seeing how fast they throw in cricket.
He creates a competition called "Million Dollar Arm", and discovers a few guys with a wicked fastball . . . but who are otherwise COMPLETELY clueless about baseball. So he brings them back to America to train for their one shot at a baseball tryout.