VIDEO OF DIOR-SUSPENDED JOHN GALLIANO SAYING ‘I LOVE HITLER’

Finale of Fashion Show 2009

Finale of Fashion Show 2009

Three days after fashion king John Galliano was suspended by Dior for allegedly making anti-Semitic insults, a cell phone video was posted by The Sun with Galliano saying, among other things, that “I love Hitler.”

“People like you would be dead. Your mothers, your forefathers, would all be f—ing gassed,” Galliano says on the video.  An off-camera woman asks Galliano, “Do you have a problem?” and the Dior designer says, “With you. You’re ugly.”  There’s more, but you get the idea.

In France such statements are serious since they are considered “incitement to racial prejudice” with a half-year of jail time.

Galliano is reportedly confronting his three accusers today in Paris where his lawyer says that he has three witness statements of his own claiming that his client didn’t make the insults.

Of course that may be similar to the attorney who told a judge in Ireland that he could produce 40 witnesses who did not see his client kill the victim.
Video at www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/3436757/Film-of-John-Gallianos-racist-rant-in-bar

OSCAR WINNER PORTMAN SHARES HER THOUGHTS ON ‘BLACK SWAN’S’ CLIMAX

Oscar winner Natalie Portman in 'Black Swan' (Credit: Niko Tavernise/Fox Searchlight)

Oscar winner Natalie Portman in 'Black Swan' (Credit: Niko Tavernise/Fox Searchlight)

Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment will release the thriller Black Swan on Blu-ray and DVD March 29th.  The Blu-ray version contains several extras not featured on the DVD, which include an in-depth interview with Oscar winnning actress Natalie Portman and director Darren Aronofsky, as well as a look at the costume and production design of the project.  Movie geeks who have already checked out Black Swan can read the next paragraph, but for readers who haven’t out the movie…coming up is a… Spoiler Alert!!

Natalie Portman, spoke Sunday backstage at the Academy Awards and gave her thoughts on the ambiguous ending of Black Swan. Personally, I thought Nina died during the film’s final moments, but Portman had an entirely different interpretation.

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'Black Swan' cover (Credit: Fox Searchlight)

'Black Swan' cover (Credit: Fox Searchlight)

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VANESSA HUDGENS FELT EMPOWERED BY ‘SUCKER PUNCH’

Vanessa Hudgens in 'Beastly' (CBS Films)

Vanessa Hudgens in 'Beastly' (CBS Films)

Actress Vanessa Hudgens stars in Beastly, a drama which centers on a vain and attractive 17-year-old named Kyle (Alex Pettyfer), whose appearance is drastically changed by a fellow classmate (Mary-Kate Olsen) rumored to be a witch.  Now sporting a hideous visage, his “Beastly” curse may finally disappear due to his growing affection for a rather unassuming girl (Hudgens).  The High School Musical star talked about what type of qualities she looks for in a companion.   “I think one really attractive thing to me is being present,” said Hudgens.   “Not really worrying too much about the past or the future.  Of course you can have dreams, but  just try to make the best out of each moment you have.”  Hudgens will also be seen in director Zack Snyder’s (Watchmen) highly anticipated film Sucker Punch (opening March 25th).  Click on the Media Bar and listen to Hudgens’ talk about her Sucker Punch experience and why she felt “unstoppable” during the production. 

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Beastly, co-starring I Am Number Four hunk Alex Pettyfer, opens Friday.

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(l-r) Abbie Cornish, Jena Malone, Emily Browning, Scott Glenn, Vanessa Hudgens, Jamie Chung in 'Sucker Punch' (Credit: Clay Enos/Warner Bros.)

(l-r) Abbie Cornish, Jena Malone, Emily Browning, Scott Glenn, Vanessa Hudgens, Jamie Chung in 'Sucker Punch' (Credit: Clay Enos/Warner Bros.)

SHEEN’S PUBLICIST ABANDONS CHARLIE’S SINKING SHIP

Charlie Sheen Attribution: Angela George (CC-BY-SA 3.0 Unported)

Charlie Sheen Attribution: Angela George (CC-BY-SA 3.0 Unported)

Not many left on the S.S. Charlie Sheen after the captain intentionally crashed into an iceberg.  Today Sheen‘s long suffering publicist Stan Rosenfield jumped in the last lifeboat to abandon ship.

“I have worked with Charlie Sheen for a long time and I care about him very much. However, at this time, I’m unable to work effectively as his publicist and have respectfully resigned.”

When hearing that his publicist had dumped him, Sheen told TMZ that Rosenfield is a “p**sy.  He’s not allowed to quit, so you’re fired.”

Nature has worked its perfect magic once again, since Sheen needs publicity like the Titanic needed a publicist.

ANNA FARIS ROCKED ‘TSUNAMI BANGS’ IN THE ’80S

Anna Faris in 'Take Me Home Tonight' (Ron Batzdorff/Relativity Media)

Anna Faris in 'Take Me Home Tonight' (Ron Batzdorff/Relativity Media)

Actress Anna Faris has maintained a steady career ever since her breakout role in the 2000 movie Scary Movie, and she is back on the silver screen in the 1980s set comedy Take Me Home Tonight. During her earlier days as a performer, Faris was just another struggling artist with a pocketful of dreams. “I sort of took a leap of faith after I graduated college.  I decided to move to L.A. and give it a year and see what would happen,” said Faris, who is married to actor Chris Pratt.  “That took a long time for me to bite the bullet and say ‘okay, I’m going to give acting a shot.’  Because it was so terrifying.”  Click on the Media Bar and listen to Faris talk about her “tsunami bangs” from the 1980s (co-star Dan Fogler is also heard in the clip). 

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Take Me Home Tonight, headlined by Topher Grace, opens nationwide Friday.

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