Last night on American Idol, Sam Woolf, C.J. Harris and Majesty Rose were the bottom three. After Sam and C.J. were sent back to the contestants' lounge, Majesty had to sing for her survival. She tried to get the one judges' save of the season with a performance of Pharrell Williams's "Happy" but ultimately, the judges decided not to use the save, and Majesty was sent home. Watch her performance here!
James Franco called the Lindsay Lohan “sex list” a lie and stated that he never slept with her. Franco was linked to Lohan back in 2011 after they worked on a project together and became friends. Franco previously denied their relationship was ever sexual, but rumors of a secret fling resurfaced this month when a tabloid published a handwritten list of names said to be Lohan’s former lovers. Franco was included on the note along with several other stars including Justin Timberlake, Colin Farrell and Heath Ledger, but the actor has dismissed the list as untrue.
Gwyneth Paltrow says she’s taking a break from acting on the heels of her breakup with Chris Martin. Paltrow said in a statement that it’s too difficult being a “movie star mom” and that she needs to focus more on her children now. Plus they just flew to the island of Eleuthera in the Bahamas to get out of the spotlight. They will also be living together. The new Malibu mansion they purchased last month worth $14 million dollars, has two master bedrooms at opposite ends with separate walk-in closets and bathrooms. Word is the divorcing couple’s intention is to have the whole family under one roof and the kids won’t be shuttled between parents.
Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, New York, plans to offer a summer course on Miley Cyrus, entitled "The Sociology of Miley Cyrus: Race, Class, Gender and Media." Visiting Assistant Professor Carolyn Chernoff will be teaching the class about the 21-year-old pop-star. Chernoff was apparently inspired to teach the class following Cyrus' iconic MTV Video Music Awards performance: "Miley is a lens into cultural conflict."
NKOTB is heading to Las Vegas! The band will be celebrating 30 years together with a big party for fans in Las Vegas. So they put together a long weekend planned for NKOTB fans, which they have called "After Dark." Beginning July 10th, Jordan Knight, his brother Jonathan, Joey McIntyre, Donnie Wahlberg and Danny Wood will spend four days putting on parties and events for fans as well as performing at the Axis at Planet Hollywood, the venue currently occupied by Britney Spears. Tickets for the NKOTB Las Vegas weekend will be available for American Express pre-sale on March 28th and to the general public April 4th. Get your tix here!
Bradley Cooper will not be replacing Harrison Ford in the Indiana Jones franchise. Despite the Internet rumors, sources close to the production said Cooper is not under consideration to star and there are no plans to reboot the franchise with another actor.
YouTube and Netflix, watch your back: Amazon plans to stream video content for free. The project would include original series as well as licensed programming, which could be tied to Amazon's retail website. The service would run on ad dollars.
Artist Yoann Lemoine, who records under the name Woodkid, played a vital role in creating the ambitious 24 Hours of Happy interactive video for Pharrell’s chart-topping hit. Now, months later, Woodkid has released his own "sad" remix of the song. Listen to it here!
Liam Neeson revealed he passed on the opportunity to play Abraham Lincoln in the biopic directed by Steven Spielberg. The role went to Daniel Day-Lewis who famously transformed into the president and won the Oscar. In an interview with GQ magazine, Neeson opened up about how he let the role slip away. Neeson said he agreed to star as Lincoln a decade or so ago, but it didn't seem like production was gelling, so he left the project. Changes in the script were so drastic that he couldn’t see himself portraying the new version of Lincoln.
Dawson’s Creek fans it looks like a reunion is not going to happen. According to the show’s lead actor, James Van Der Beek, a reunion is definitely not in the works.
Zac Efron is facing questions after he was punched in the face during a street fight in a rough neighborhood of Los Angeles Sunday. Zac and a friend claim they were attacked by a group of transients after the men thought that Zac had thrown a bottle out of his car at them, according to TMZ. According to their story, they duo says they got out of the car to confront the men when they were jumped. However, police who responded to the scene declined to arrest anyone saying it was “mutual combat,” according to a law enforcement source quoted by TMZ.
Here’s what’s breaking out at the movies today. One of the oldest stories in the world – Noah is out. There’s the thriller – Sabotage and the biopic - Cesar Chavez.