Snd she's a model/actress, don't you know. According to People, "Aspiring actress and Florida model Samantha Burke is the mother of Jude Law's fourth child, her attorney says. "Ms. Burke can confirm that she did in fact have a relationship with Mr. Law and that she has informed Mr. Law that she is expecting his child later this fall," the lawyer, who is not identified, tells TMZ.com. "Since informing Mr. Law of the pregnancy, he has been nothing but responsive and supportive of Ms. Burke and the pregnancy." A Florida friend of Burke's also tells People that the model told her she was "pregnant from Jude Law." Good work, Samantha.
Seth Rogen thinks Katherine Heigl is an idiot According to Us, "Seth Rogen and Knocked Up director Judd Apatow are still miffed over former costar Katherine Heigl knocking the hit blockbuster. Speaking to Vanity Fair in 2007, Heigl famously remarked that the comedy "paints the women as shrews," while the men look "lovable." She added, "It was hard for me to love the movie." (She later said she was "disheartened" her remarks became "the focus of my experience with the movie.") But Rogen says he doesn't see how Heigl's new comedy, The Ugly Truth, makes women look even better. "That [movie] looks like it really puts women on a pedestal in a beautiful way," he quipped on Howard Stern's SIRIUS XM radio show on Thursday.Added Apatow, "I hear there's a scene where she's wearing ... Underwear ... with a vibrator in it, so I'd have to see if that was uplifting for women." Apatow figured Heigl was "probably was doing six hours of interviews and kissing everyone's bleep, and then just got tired and slipped a little bit" when she made the remarks to Vanity Fair. Regardless, Rogen said, "I didn't slip and I was doing bleeping interviews all day too ... I didn’t say bleep!"
Alien prequel confirmed Ridley Scott is going back in time. Variety reports, "Twentieth Century Fox is resuscitating its "Alien" franchise. The studio has hired Jon Spaihts to write a prequel that has Ridley Scott attached to return as director. Spaihts got the job after pitching the studio and Scott Free, which will produce the film. The film is set up to be a prequel to the groundbreaking 1979 film that Scott directed... The deal gives Fox another chance to keep the "Alien" franchise alive. There were three sequels to Scott's original, but it is the first time the director has set his mind on directing one." Does anyone think this is a good idea? I mean apart from those that stand to make a boat-load of money?