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Teen Mom’s BF — Can I Drop ‘No Contact’ Order?

Filed under: Gary Shirley, Amber Portwood, Celebrity Justice, Teen Mom

Amber Portwood 's baby daddy Gary Shirley is "interested" in getting Amber's "no contact order" dismissed ... and he's already reached out to the court to make it happen ... TMZ has learned. Law enforcement sources tell us Gary called court officials… Read more

FBI Contacted Over Threats to Lindsay Lohan

Filed under: Dina Lohan, Sam Lutfi, Lindsay Lohan, Celebrity Justice

TMZ has learned ... the FBI is now in possession of threatening and harassing messages sent to Lindsay Lohan and other members of her family. As we first reported, Lindsay has been receiving a variety of ominous messages ... some of which her people… Read more

Capri Anderson’s Lawyer Contacts Sheen’s Attorney

Filed under: Charlie Sheen, Capri Anderson, Celebrity Justice

TMZ has learned ... Capri Anderson 's lawyer has already contacted Charlie Sheen 's attorney who specializes in settling messy situations with celebrities -- but Capri's attorney got an icy response. Sources connected with Capri Anderson , aka Christina… Read more

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Woody Allen Talking About His ‘Paternal’ Relationship With Wife Soon-Yi Will Make You Feel Gross


In the simplest terms, Woody Allen is a man who had an affair with a 21-year-old woman, who any rational person would consider to be his stepdaughter. The affair broke up his relationship with her adoptive mother, caused a media frenz, and then, he married her. Twenty-three years later, Allen and Soon-Yi Previn are still together and they have two daughters of their own.  


As a man shrouded in controversy and  accused of molesting his adopted daughter Dylan Farrow when she was seven years old (which he denies), Allen rarely gives interviews. But with his new movie "The Irrational Man"  currently in theaters -- the 79-year-old writer and director decided it was time to open up to NPR, and throughly creep us out in the process. 


Allen spoke of his relationship with Previn, which began in 1992, while he was still dating her mother Mia Farrow, with whom he has one biological child and jointly adopted two other children (Farrow adopted several other children including Previn on her own).  


“I started the relationship with [Previn] and I thought it would just be a fling,” Allen told NPR's Sam Fragoso, adding that their relationship took on a life of its own. "And the age difference didn’t seem to matter. It seemed to work in our favor actually.“


Allen went on to say that their 35-year age difference really works for them because he's "paternal."  


"I was paternal. She responded to someone paternal. I liked her youth and energy. She deferred to me, and I was happy to give her an enormous amount of decision making just as a gift and let her take charge of so many things," he said. 


You all read that right? Paternal, as in fatherly. As in gross in this context. 


And that's not what Previn said back in 1992 when everyone was first freaking out about her and Allen's relationship. In fact, she told Time, “To think that Woody was in any way a father or stepfather to me is laughable.”


Fragoso didn't hold back and asked Allen if he thought the molestation allegations have affected how people approach his movies (he doesn't) and if he thinks he's a "good person." 


"I would consider myself ... decent as I got older." Allen said. "When I was younger I was less sensitive, in my 20s. But as I got older and began to see how difficult life was for everybody, I had more compassion for other people. I tried to act nicer, more decent, more honorable. I couldn't always do it. When I was in my 20s, even in my early 30s, I didn't care about other people that much. I was selfish and I was ambitious and insensitive to the women that I dated. Not cruel or nasty, but not sufficiently sensitive."


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Ice-T And Coco On Leaving Reality TV And Maintaining A ‘Movable’ Booty



After three seasons of their reality series "Ice Loves Coco," Ice-T and Coco are set to try their hand at hosting a talk show with the similarly-named "Ice & Coco," which debuts Aug. 3. The couple dropped by HuffPost Live on Wednesday to chat about their new venture and why they decided make the jump from reality to daytime.


Ice-T told host Caitlyn Becker that while "Ice Loves Coco" enjoyed "great ratings" for three years, the couple opted against overstaying their welcome. The rapper explained:



"The trick with reality shows is it will loop you at some point, meaning if I followed you ... for a long time, eventually you'll do the same thing over and over again. And then what happens is, now the days you want to sit at home, the producers are like, 'Well, you have to entertain.' And when you start to move away from what you're normally doing, they look for drama and they create chaos because they're trying to entertain people. Trying to entertain people with your life is dangerous. It's hard to do for a long period of time. So we got in and got out."



Now the couple hopes to take the brand they built on "Ice Loves Coco" and apply it to the talk show format. And part of that brand is Coco's body -- specifically, her famous booty. When a viewer asked for tips to maintain a similar behind, Coco said exercise is only part of the recipe; if women want a "functioning, movable butt," she explained, it must be able to "shake a little bit." She shares her secrets for achieving just that in the video below.




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Are These Real Or Imaginary James Franco Quotes About Lana Del Rey?


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James Franco and Lana Del Rey's friendship is a likely a weird performance art piece none of us will ever truly understand. 


But that doesn't keep us from finding their whole implicating the celebrity artifice shtick extremely fascinating. So when Penguin Random House announced last week that Franco had co-written a book about the singer entitled "Flip-Side: Real and Imaginary Conversations With Lana Del Rey," we clicked the pre-order button faster than you can say, "Remember when straight James Franco interviewed gay James Franco?"


According to The Independent (and a common sense interpretation of its title), the book will include both real and fictional conversations with the Del Rey. It is currently unknown to what extent the two artists are trolling literally everyone.


To celebrate the James Franco-Lana Del Rey-ness of it all, we decided to do do some fact/fiction combining of our own with an old-fashioned "Did he say it?" quiz. Behold: Real or Imaginary James Franco Quotes About Lana Del Rey. See if you can figure out what is true (or if any of us can, ever.) 


Real or Imaginary James Franco Quotes About Lana Del Rey


1. "She is one who has been so disappointed by life, she had to create her own world. Just let her live in it." 


2.  "When I watch her stuff, when I listen to her stuff, I am reminded of everything I love about Los Angeles. I am sucked into a long gallery of Los Angeles cult figurines, and cult people, up all night like vampires and bikers."


3. "I am a performer and she is a performer." 


4. "I understand Lana's ethereal power, because I too am more powerful than my earth body."


5. "We go to Coney Island and hang out. "


 6. "I would say she's America embodied, but she's not a body. She's a spirit in a corporeal trap."


7. "I would have sex with her music."


8. "She walks the line between the real and the imaginary -- if there's even a difference between the two."


 9. "She isn’t made for this earth."


10. "It’s like an awesome B-movie that lives in Lana’s head. It’s about her, and it’s not about her. Just like her music. "


11. "We drive down the California coastline, watching rain."


12. "Sometimes Lana doesn’t know what to say in interviews, so she plays into the idea that her songs are her, and not her creations." 


13. "I wanted to interview Lana for a book and she said, 'Just write around me, it’s better if it’s not my own words. It’s almost better if you don’t get me exactly, but try.'”


 14. "We're not together in the sexual sense. But our creative souls do figure eight flips when our corporeal beings make contact."


15. "It's like we're both just tiny parakeets, trapped in the cast-iron cage of fame. But instead of quietly perching, we try to flip that cage on itself."


16. "Some fans say we're pretentious, but that shows me they're thinking within the confines of earth. But Lana and I, we're free from that kind of limitation."


 17. "Lana spends a lot of time alone because everyone wants in."


18. "Sometimes I theorize we were born as one." 


19. "She is made to live in the world she creates."


20. "She said to me, 'The rain is American in a way.' I knew what she meant: like each plop plop was a star on the flag. Each splish splash a Marilyn Monroe in a coffin."


21. "The only difference between Lana and me is her haunting voice."


22.  "To understand Lana is to understand pretending. See, I understand that -- or am I just pretending to?"





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Hailee Steinfeld Shows Off Singing Chops With Shawn Mendes ‘Stitches’ Duet

Hailee Steinfeld has got some serious pipes! 


The Academy Award-nominated actress recorded an acoustic duet with teen heartthrob Shawn Mendes, and while we're generally weary of actresses crossing over into the music industry, we have to admit the girl can sing. (Maybe she's been getting tips from bestie Taylor Swift?)


In the video, which was posted to YouTube on Tuesday, the duo perform Mendes' hit "Stitches." The pair's voices complement each other perfectly, and capture our ears instantly. Just watch the video for yourself:  




Of course, this isn't the first time we've heard the 18-year-old's lovely singing voice. She appeared in this year's "Pitch Perfect 2," surprising everyone with her impressive vocals. ("Flashlight," anyone?) Then, two months ago, she scored a record deal


Steinfeld announced Wednesday that her first single, "I Love Me," will come out in just over a week. You can check out a sneak preview of the track below: 



The girl is on fire. 


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See The Emotional First Teaser For Cary Fukunaga’s Netflix Film, ‘Beasts Of No Nation’



Cary Fukunaga may not be directing this season of "True Detective," unfortunately, but he's been hard at work with a new film for Netflix.


"Beasts of No Nation" is the first of many original films Netflix is releasing on the big screen, and on their streaming service, in the coming years. Written and directed by Fukunaga, "Beasts of No Nation" is based on Nigerian author Uzodinma Iweala's novel of the same name. The drama follows newcomer Abraham Attah's Agu, a young child soldier who is forced to join a group of rebel fighters after his family is torn apart by a civil war in West Africa. In the first teaser for the film, Idris Elba's warlord Commandant tells Abu to kill the man who murdered his father. The emotional teaser is reminiscent of the intense gang initiation scene from 2002's "City of God," and is a strong indication of some awards recognition for Netflix, and maybe even young Attah.


"Beasts of No Nation" will be released on Netflix and in select theaters on Oct. 16.


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This Is The Awesome Body-Positive Mantra Kate Winslet Recites With Her Teenage Daughter


Mirror, mirror, on the wall. 


Like many other women, Kate Winslet has grappled with self-image issues and insecurities. 


"I was chubby, always had big feet, the wrong shoes, bad hair," Winslet told Bear Grylls during an episode of his NBC show "Running Wild With Bear Grylls" that aired Tuesday. "When I grew up, I never heard positive reinforcement about body image from any female in my life. I only heard negatives. That’s very damaging because then you’re programmed as a young woman to immediately scrutinize yourself and how you look."


That is why she makes sure to share a body-positive message with her teenage daughter, Mia, 14. 


"I stand in front of the mirror and say to Mia, 'We are so lucky we have a shape. We're so lucky we're curvy. We're so lucky that we've got good bums.' And she'll say, 'Mummy, I know, thank God.' It's paying off."


Mother of the Year, right here, ladies and gents. 


 


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