Daniel Day-Lewis stars in the upcoming movie “Phantom Road” and that’s all she wrote! Without explanation, his spokeswoman says that at the age of 60, Daniel is retiring from acting. She would only say, “This is a private decision and neither he nor his representatives will make any further comment on this subject.”
Could O.J. Simpson finally be freed from prison so he can go find the real killer? O.J. is up for parole on July 20. If things go his way, he could be out as early as October. Back in 2007, O.J. was arrested for armed robbery after trying to steal back some of his sports memorabilia. The next year, he began serving his 33 year sentence with the eligibility for parole after 9 years, and that would be this year.
99.9999% percent of us had never heard the name Gal Gadot when she was cast as Wonder Woman. And close to that same amount of us still aren’t sure how to pronounce her name. So is it that big of a surprise that she reportedly earned just $300K each for “Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice,” “Wonder Woman,” and the not-yet-released “Justice League”? Sources say, though, that Gal’s contract calls for “huge performance bonuses” for “Wonder Woman.” And with the movie earning $570 million worldwide in just 3 weeks, that’s going to be one big fat bonus check!
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are rumored to have made a deal with a surrogate to carry their third child. Kim says she has a condition which could threaten her life is she tries to have another child. TMZ is reporting that she and her husband went through an agency to find the perfect surrogate. The terms of the deal are that the couple pays $45K in 10 monthly, $4500 payments. If there are multiple babies, the surrogate mother would receive another $5K for each baby she delivers. There are a ton of strict rules the surrogate has to follow to earn her money, including no smoking, drinking, drugs or hot tubs. She also can’t change a litter box, dye her hair or drink more than one caffeinated drink per day.
Warner Bros. says they’ve completed their investigation and they are satisfied that no misconduct took place on the set of “Bachelor in Paradise.” They looked at the tape of whatever happened between Corinne and DeMario and they deny that, “contrary to man press reports, the safety of any cast member was ever in jeopardy.” So they’re ready to bring everybody back to Mexico, fire up the cameras and resume filming! But Corinne’s attorneys aren’t happy with Warner Bros. findings, and they are continuing their own investigation.