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#CrapOnCelebrities: Rose McGowan going off, oh about that last Louis CK movie and Josh from Queens of the Stone age kicks a photographer

Pixar's "Coco" spent its third straight week at #1, with a weekend box office take of $18.3 million.  But three weeks is all it's gonna get, because "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" hits theaters on Friday.

 

Here's the last pre-"Star Wars" Top 10 . . .

 

1.  "Coco", $18.3 million.  Up to $135.5 million in its 3rd week.

 

2.  "Justice League", $9.6 million.  Up to $212.1 million in its 4th week.

 

3.  "Wonder", $8.5 million.  Up to $100.3 million in its 4th week.

 

4.  "The Disaster Artist", $6.4 million.  Up to $8 million in its 2nd week.

 

5.  "Thor: Ragnarok", $6.3 million.  Up to $301.2 million in its 6th week.

 

6.  "Daddy's Home 2", $6 million.  Up to $91.2 million in its 5th week.

 

7.  "Murder on the Orient Express", $5.1 million.  Up to $92.7 million in its 5th week.

 

8.  "The Star", $3.7 million.  Up to $32.3 million in its 4th week.

 

9.  "Lady Bird", $3.5 million.  Up to $22.3 million in its 6th week.

 

10.  NEW:  "Just Getting Started", $3.2 million

After three weeks at #1, TAYLOR SWIFT has dropped to #3 on the Billboard 200.  U2 now takes the top spot after selling 186,000 copies of their new album "Songs of Experience" in its first week.  This is U2's eighth #1 album . . . and it's the biggest sales week for a rock album in 2017. CHRIS STAPLETON is #2.  He sold 125,000 copies of his new album in its first week out. 

 

Wild fires in California are just devastating obviously. Justin Bieber posted a video promising to help (AUDIO)

 

One of the wildfires in California is threatening a beachfront home owned by ELLEN DEGENERES and PORTIA DE ROSSI.  It's not clear if they've evacuated yet, but over the weekend they did remove their pets from the house. Ellen Tweeted, quote, "Our house is under threat of being burned.  We just had to evacuate our pets.  I'm praying for everyone in our community and thankful to all the incredible firefighters." She added, quote, "Everyone in the Montecito area is checking up on each other and helping to get people and animals to safety.  I'm proud to be a part of this community.  I'm sending lots of love and gratitude to the fire department and sheriffs." This same fire is threatening the homes of other celebrities, including Oprah, Jeff Bridges, Drew Barrymore, Patrick Stewart, and Rob Lowe . . . who DID evacuate. 

 

As one of the most outspoken critics of accused rapist Harvey Weinstein, Rose McGowan has also been an unapologetic critic of people she thinks aren’t doing enough to make him pay for his alleged crimes.

Weinstein has denied all allegations of nonconsensual sex. He has been accused of rape and assault by dozens of women and is under investigation by the LAPD, NYPD and London police. McGowan's latest targets are Meryl Streep for her reaction to the Weinstein sex scandal and Alyssa Milano, for being a supportive friend to Weinstein’s estranged wife, Georgina Chapman. McGowan took to Twitter to vent her anger. “No, Meryl, IT’S A F—ING CRIME. You are such a lie # ROSEARMY,” McGowan wrote, responding to an article published by USA Today entitled “Meryl Streep on Harvey Weinstein allegations: It’s ‘the most gargantuan example of disrespect.’” Responded to an article where Milano shared an update on the ex wife Chapman, she tweeted: “You make me want to vomit. You actually gave me a body flashback. Well done, fake one.”

 

A former co-star of Dustin Hoffman’s is coming forward and accusing him of “nightly sexual harassment” when they worked together.  Kathryn Rossetter writes that when she and Hoffman appeared in 1984’s Death of a Salesman on Broadway, he regularly groped and sexually harassed her. "One night in Chicago, I felt his hand up under my slip on the inside of my thighs," she writes. "I was completely surprised and tried to bat him away while watching the stage for my cues. After the show he was busy with the producer and director so I had no access to him to address it. It then happened almost every show. Six to eight shows a week. I couldn’t speak to him in the moment because I was on a live mic. He kept it up and got more and more aggressive. One night he actually started to stick his fingers inside me. Night after night I went home and cried." She claims that in one particularly memorable incident, he assembled some of the stage crew and assaulted her in front of them. "Suddenly he grabs the bottom of my slip and pulls it up over my head, exposing my breasts and body to the crew and covering my face," she says. "I considered reporting him to Actors Equity," she writes. "But I was cautioned by some respected theatre professionals that if I did, I would probably lose my job and, because he was such a powerful star, any hope of a career."  The accusations follows author Anna Graham Hunter’s claims that Hoffman groped her when she was a 17-year-old intern on the TV movie of Death of a Salesman. TV writer Wendy Riss Gatsiounis has also recently claimed that he sexually propositioned her. After Hunter’s allegations, Hoffman issued a statement: “I have the utmost respect for women and feel terrible that anything I might have done could have put her in an uncomfortable situation. I am sorry. It is not reflective of who I am.” Hoffman did not comment on Rossetter’s allegations. Other people who worked with both of them on Death of a Salesman said they did not witness what Rossetter is describing.

 

The Orchard is wrapping up a deal to sell back the rights to I Love You, Daddy to its disgraced director and star, Louis C.K. The Orchard originally bought the rights for $5 million. C.K. will repay that plus marketing costs (estimated $500K-$1M). No word yet on when or how C.K. plans to release the film. C.K. was accused of sexual misconduct last month and admitted to wrongdoing. Shortly afterwards, The Orchard dropped plans to release his film (which was already controversial for the romance between a teen girl and an older man that it depicted) and he also lost deals with FXNetflix and other outlets. 

 

Remember singer (slash) model SAMANTHA FOX from the '80s?  She claims that the late DAVID CASSIDY tried to sexually assault her in a bathroom in 1985, and she kneed him in the crotch. Also,  his estate is being sued by his former lawyers over a $102,000 unpaid bill that they have been trying to collect for years.The final invoice they sent to Cassidy came to $134,221.50 and he made paid $31,387.50 of the bill, which left an unpaid balance of $102,834. Cassidy filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in 2015. He listed the law firm as a creditor during the case. The bankruptcy was dismissed but the debt was not discharged. Earlier this week, the firm filed docs to substitute Cassidy’s estate as the defendant so they can continue on with their suit to collect their money. Cassidy’s will says his estate only has an estimated $150,000 in assets. The will stated his assets were to be awarded to his son Beau.

 

QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE was playing a show in L.A. on Saturday . . . when singer JOSH HOMME kicked a female photographer in the face, in the middle of a song, apparently for no reason. Her name is Chelsea Lauren, and she was standing right up front.  Josh walked over to her side of the stage . . . then he started walking away . . . but back-tracked a step . . . and kicked her camera INTO HER FACE. There's video of it happening on the blog and it's hard to believe he didn't do it intentionally. Chelsea says it was unprovoked, and that he was even SMILING right before he kicked her. Naturally, she was shaken up, and returned to the press room.  She stayed to photograph 30 Seconds to Mars and Muse later in the concert . . . but ultimately, she went to the hospital to get checked out.  She'll be okay. Last night, Josh apologized.  He said, quote, "While in a state of being lost in performance, I kicked over various lighting and equipment on our stage.  Today it was brought to my attention that this included a camera held by [Chelsea]. "I didn't mean for that to happen and I'm very sorry  For what it's worth, Josh was acting erratically all night.  Shortly after kicking Chelsea, he pulled out a sharp object and cut his own forehead . . . creating a wound that bled for the rest of the show.  He also called the audience, quote, "retards" . . . and shouted, quote, "[Eff] Muse."  Muse was the night's headlining act.  Josh also encouraged the crowd to boo him . . . told everyone to "take their pants off" . . . and said, quote, "I want to give you all a night you'll never remember." So perhaps not surprisingly, there's some speculation that Josh was ON SOMETHING. As for Chelsea, she says she walked away with bruises and a sore neck.  She posted three photos . . . two which were taken just before he kicked her, and one from a little later when he cut his forehead.  In the caption, she said, quote, "Assault in any form is not okay . . . alcohol and drugs are no excuse." Joshe comes back yesterday with a video apologizing a bit more. 

 

CHARLIE SHEEN is suing the "National Enquirer" for defamation, over a story it ran last month claiming he sexually abused COREY HAIM back in 1986, when Corey was 13. Charlie's lawsuit says the "Enquirer" story was actually retaliation because they were angry they didn't get to break the news that Charlie is HIV-positive. In their story, the "Enquirer" claimed to have spoken to numerous people who could corroborate the allegation.  But Charlie's lawsuit notes that they only identified one of them:  A former actor named Dominick Brascia. And Dominick himself has actually been accused of molesting Corey. In fact, Corey's mother told DR. PHIL that it was Brascia, and NOT Charlie, who abused her son. The "Enquirer" is sticking to their claims and they say, quote, "We look forward to litigating against Charlie Sheen, and can't wait to expose his depravities in a court of law." 

 

Not everyone likes the idea of QUENTIN TARANTINO doing a "Star Trek" movie.  But I know someone who does:  PATRICK STEWART. He said people are always asking him if he'll play Captain Jean-Luc Picard again, and on the surface, he doesn't see it happening.  But he said that working with Tarantino is, quote, "one of his dreams," so that would give him a reason. Quote, "To be in a Tarantino film would give me so much satisfaction.  So, if he's going to direct something to do with 'Star Trek'and there was the possibility of dear old Jean-Luc showing up again . . . I'd embrace it." Patrick hasn't played Picard in 15 years . . . since the 2002 movie "Star Trek: Nemesis". More recently, he's VOICED the character in episodes of "Robot Chicken" and "Family Guy", as well as in a bunch video games . . . but there haven't been any official "Star Trek" live-action projects.

 

A former co-star of Dustin Hoffman’s is coming forward and accusing him of “nightly sexual harassment” when they worked together.  Kathryn Rossetter writes that when she and Hoffman appeared in 1984’s Death of a Salesman on Broadway, he regularly groped and sexually harassed her. "One night in Chicago, I felt his hand up under my slip on the inside of my thighs," she writes. "I was completely surprised and tried to bat him away while watching the stage for my cues. After the show he was busy with the producer and director so I had no access to him to address it. It then happened almost every show. Six to eight shows a week. I couldn’t speak to him in the moment because I was on a live mic. He kept it up and got more and more aggressive. One night he actually started to stick his fingers inside me. Night after night I went home and cried." She claims that in one particularly memorable incident, he assembled some of the stage crew and assaulted her in front of them. "Suddenly he grabs the bottom of my slip and pulls it up over my head, exposing my breasts and body to the crew and covering my face," she says. "I considered reporting him to Actors Equity," she writes. "But I was cautioned by some respected theatre professionals that if I did, I would probably lose my job and, because he was such a powerful star, any hope of a career."  The accusations follows author Anna Graham Hunter’s claims that Hoffman groped her when she was a 17-year-old intern on the TV movie of Death of a Salesman. TV writer Wendy Riss Gatsiounis has also recently claimed that he sexually propositioned her. After Hunter’s allegations, Hoffman issued a statement: “I have the utmost respect for women and feel terrible that anything I might have done could have put her in an uncomfortable situation. I am sorry. It is not reflective of who I am.” Hoffman did not comment on Rossetter’s allegations. Other people who worked with both of them on Death of a Salesman said they did not witness what Rossetter is describing.

 

The Orchard is wrapping up a deal to sell back the rights to I Love You, Daddy to its disgraced director and star, Louis C.K. The Orchard originally bought the rights for $5 million. C.K. will repay that plus marketing costs (estimated $500K-$1M). No word yet on when or how C.K. plans to release the film. C.K. was accused of sexual misconduct last month and admitted to wrongdoing. Shortly afterwards, The Orchard dropped plans to release his film (which was already controversial for the romance between a teen girl and an older man that it depicted) and he also lost deals with FXNetflix and other outlets. 

 

I don’t know WHY Ralphie May was getting divorced but man this sucks. They were big time battling it out in court weeks before he died and his money troubles were so bad, he wanted to sell his home to help pay off his divorce lawyers.  May filed for divorce in 2015, but it never became official before his death. He asked for permission to list his Tennessee home for sale (Lahna and the couple’s two kids lived in California). May explained that the $22,000 in support he was ordered to pay, plus his own monthly financial obligations, plus the couple’s huge legal fees made the sale necessary.  May believed the sale could bring in $633,000 and believed the money could be used to pay off both his and his ex wife’s legal bills. He wanted the remaining balance of the money to be put in a court escrow account. Turner agreed to the sale, but wanted the extra proceeds put her in her lawyers’ account instead. The EX disagreed with May about how much money he actually made and on September 22, a judge ruled that she could hire a forensic expert to audit his finances and the comedian was required to pay the $3,000 retainer. May was also ordered to continue paying the mortgage on the marital home in California as well as all the utilities, cable, security, repairs, and maintenance of the property. He was also ordered to pay her car insurance and the kids’ music and tutoring lessons. THERE IS MORE!!  May was also ordered to pay the $2,200 minimum monthly payments for Turner’s personal credit cards, an additional $9,000/month in temporary child support and $25,000 for her attorney fees. The two were also arguing over the money coming in from his 2015 Netflix comedy special and his autobiography. May said he didn’t expect any more money to come in for the projects and accused his ex of trying to force him into a settlement. She believed he was still owed $90,000 for the book and $60,000 from Netflix. Turner also pointed to the fact that May had recently renewed his contract to continue his residency at the Harrah’s casino in Las Vegas. In the end, all the arguing became moot when May passed away on October 6. The divorce never became official and May’s will named her named the executor of his estate.

Victoria's Secret model ADRIANA LIMA had an epiphany.  And unfortunately, it will result in the rest of us seeing a lot less of her in skimpy clothes. It started when two things happened:  She got a call to do a sexy photo shoot, and a friend just happened to tell her that she was unhappy with her own body. In an Instagram post, Adriana said, quote, "In that moment I realized that [the] majority of [women] probably wake up every morning trying to fit in a stereotype that society / social media / fashion etc. imposed.

If BON JOVI fans had their way, their heroes would have been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame the day after "Slippery When Wet" came out.  And the Rock Hall didn't even exist yet back then. But it looks like they're finally going to get their wish.  Because the results of the FAN VOTE for the class of 2018 are in, and Bon Jovi won it pretty easily. They got 1,162,098 votes.  Their closest competitors were the MOODY BLUES, with 947,726.  That's a difference of more than 214,000 votes. Dire Straits came in third with 613,726 . . . The Cars were fourth with 552,707 . . . and Judas Priest finished fifth, with 538,467. It's worth noting that ever since the fan vote was created, the winner has ALWAYS gotten in.  The previous winners were Rush, Kiss, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Chicago, and Journey. The new class will be announced Wednesday, and the induction ceremony goes down April 14th in Cleveland. 

Most people demand bottles of Ciroc on their riders, but not Farrah Abraham. Farrah's hosting a XXXMas party at the Crazy Horse III Thursday and her rider is about what you'd expect from a porn star ... neon panties and a vajazzle kit and "a pre-planned appointment with an affluent med-spa for service of 2 syringes of Sculpta facial filler," plus a 24k gold collagen breast firming gel mask. She is  demanding $3k in Crazy Horse III Diamond Dollars to tip performers. Oh and a California sushi roll.  

 

Is there nothing she cant do? Lady Gaga isabout to debut her own wine. Both red and white wine. And that’s not all the line will include “wine, prepared wine cocktails, wine coolers, wine punches and prepared alcoholic cocktails.”

 

Everyone is tripping over themselves right now to celebrate the BEST stuff of the year . . . but "Rolling Stone" has a list of the 10 WORST movies of 2017.  And somehow, the #1 spot did NOT go to "The Emoji Movie".

Here's the list:

1.  "Transformers: The Last Knight"

2.  "The Dark Tower"

3.  "Fifty Shades Darker"

4.  The Rooney Mara / Ryan Gosling movie "Song to Song"

5.  "The Mummy"

6.  "The Mountain Between Us"

7.  "Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets"

8.  "Daddy's Home 2"

9.  "Suburbicon"

10.  "The Emoji Movie"

 

 ON TV

 

• "Monday Night Football" on ESPN.  The Miami Dolphins host the New England Patriots.

 

• "The Voice" on NBC.  

NIKKI BENZ

 

Today’s birthday girl has handled more packages than both UPS and FEDEX combined in 209 fine films including:

 

  • Banging Bitches Volume 1
  • King Dong Volume 3
  • Money Hole
  • Banging The Biggins’
  • Lipstick, Lingerie, and Lesbians
  • Undercover Operations: Special Agent 69
  • And who could forget…her unforgettable role in….DONT TRIM THAT BUSH!

 

 

 

NIKKI BENZ is 36 YEARS OLD

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