Robin Thicke Is Finally Admitting His Marriage is Over
Earlier this week we heard that ROBIN THICKE and PAULA PATTON'S house was on the market. That was a pretty strong hint that things weren't going to work out.
And now the word is that Robin has indeed admitted that the entire freakin' album he dedicated to Paula isn't going to get her back . . . even though it had a song on it CALLED "Get Her Back". (???)
A source says Robin is done begging and has decided to move on, and an attorney is already working on a financial settlement. One thing Robin is firm on, though, is that he won't be the one to file for divorce.
Celebrity Baby News: Kelsey Grammer Has a New Son, and Zoe Saldana Might Be Having Twins
KELSEY GRAMMER'S wife Kayte gave birth to a baby boy on Tuesday. They named him Kelsey Gabriel Elias Grammer. He's their second child.
They also have a 2-year-old daughter named Faith, and Kelsey has four other kids from previous relationships, ranging in age from 9 to 30.
Meanwhile, E! Online says ZOE SALDANA is expecting TWINS, and she's thrilled. For the record, she has yet to confirm she's even pregnant.
Tara Reid Says She Believes a Real Life Sharknado Is Possible . . . Even Though It Would Be "Rare"
The appeal of "Sharknado" . . . at least before the whole thing became WAY overhyped . . . was that it wasn't only IMPOSSIBLE, it was also so categorically absurd that it was amusing to consider.
But TARA REID who stars in these ridiculous movies believes it's possible.
In an interview with "GQ", Tara said she believes it's possible to have a real life sharknado . . . that is, a waterspout that lifts man-eating sharks OUT of the ocean, and takes them into a major city, where they fly around terrorizing everyone.
She says, quote, "You know, it actually can happen. I mean, the chances of it happening are very rare, but it can happen actually. Which is crazy. Not that it . . . the chances of it are, like, you know, it's like probably 'pigs could fly.'
"Like, I don't think pigs could fly, but actually sharks could be stuck in tornados. There could be a sharknado." Of course, there's the possibility she was being a little playful and isn't spending her nights losing sleep over a REAL Sharknado.
"Sharknado 2: The Second One" premieres next Wednesday on SyFy.
Megan Fox Says She's an Outcast
At Comic-Con, USA Today asked Megan Fox if she’s always been a “nerd.” You know, because Comic-Con is where nerds are celebrated.
The actress, who’s promoting her upcoming movie Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, said she’s not a nerd, exactly, but has always been an “outcast” or “loner” without many friends. Watch:
Megan also revealed that April, her character in TMNT, is “closely tied in a familial way” with the turtles in the live-action movie, and has a “special relationship” with turtle Michelangelo. (“Mikey” was always her favorite, she says.)
Charlize Theron is Wearing a Ring on Her Engagement Finger . . . Did Sean Penn Propose?
CHARLIZE THERON was spotted wearing a ring on her engagement finger . . . which would suggest that SEAN PENN proposed, and she said yes. But that might not be the case.
E! Online says Charlize's new piece of jewelry is an 18-karat yellow gold Anita Ko Leaf Ring . . . which sells for $4,900. And that would be on the CHEAP side as celebrity engagement rings go.
New Movies In Theaters This Weekend
1. "Hercules" (PG-13)
The Rock stars as Hercules. The Kellan Lutz movie from earlier this year was more of an origin story, but the Rock's movie takes place later in Hercules' life. It covers his legendary 12 Labors, and has him fighting in a war to return John Hurt to his throne.
It's directed by Brett Ratner, whose other credits include "X-Men: The Last Stand" and the "Rush Hour" trilogy.
2. "Lucy" (R)
Scarlett Johansson is kidnapped and forced to act as a drug mule, carrying a powerful synthetic drug inside her body. But when some of the chemicals leak into her system, they unlock her brain's capacity to operate on a higher level than any other human.
As she develops increased intelligence, and powers like telepathy and telekinesis, she turns to Morgan Freeman to help her figure out where her abilities might lead . . . all while being chased by killers who want to extract their drugs from her body.
3. "And So It Goes" (PG-13)
Michael Douglas plays a cranky old man who's stuck taking care of his granddaughter for his son. And Diane Keaton is a neighbor who takes an interest in him, despite the fact that no one else can stand to be around him.