Apart from that, how was your weekend?
Why was Bradley Cooper not there to comfort her? "Jennifer Lopez was spreading the love on Saturday night, but deep inside she was feeling mixed emotions. At her jam-packed Mohegan Sun concert in Montville, Conn., the 42-year-old put together a bit focused around her love songs. "You want to talk about love? I can talk about love. Oh, the stories!" she said during a heartfelt speech to the audience before breaking out with her hit "If You Had My Love." Afterwards she said, "That's the first song I wrote about love. And this is the last song I wrote about love. A lot has happened since then!" As she belted out one of her newer songs, a montage of male and female dance pairs whirled behind her. They paid homage to her past romances: her with a Diddy-esque person, her and a Ben Affleck type and lastly her and a Marc Anthony lookalike. "A little trip down memory lane," the star, who separated from her husband of seven years Marc Anthony in July, said, as she paused and looked down. When the camera zoomed in and showed her starting to tear up, the crowd gave her a standing ovation."
Apparently no actresses were available THR: "Kim Kardashian will move to the big screen for a role in Tyler Perry’s upcoming film, The Marriage Counselor, Lionsgate confirmed. The Marriage Counselor is adapted from Perry's 10th play, which began touring in 2008. The story centers around a married couple – an accountant and an Ivy League-educated marriage counselor – whose relationship begins to fall apart after his displaced parents move in. The marriage counselor, Judith, stops practicing what she preaches when she rekindles a relationship with an old college flame. Kardashian, repped by WME, will play Judith’s co-worker in the film."
What business is there to manage? "Lindsay Lohan is cleaning out more than just trash bins at the morgue - TMZ has learned she's kicking her business manager to the curb. Sources close to LiLo tell TMZ she decided to split with her business manager, Lou Taylor. We're told Lindsay felt Taylor (who also manages Britney Spears) didn't have the time to manage her and Lohan wanted someone who could put more effort into her. According to our sources, Lindsay felt her finances (which were Taylor's responsibility) were beginning to slip through the cracks and word was getting back to her that her balances were not being handled in a timely manner ... in part because Taylor is based in Tennessee. Lohan's rep, Steve Honig, tells TMZ the split was amicable and Lohan and Taylor remain friends."
More Sherlock Deadline: "Warner Bros has set Drew Pearce to write Sherlock Holmes 3, continuing the Guy Ritchie-directed series that stars Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law. The deal will soon be sealed with Pearce, who is currently writing Iron Man 3, which will also star Downey. This development comes even before the opening of the second installment of the franchise, Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, which bows December 16."
Ben Affleck to direct The Stand Deadline: "Warner Bros has chosen Ben Affleck to adapt and direct The Stand, Stephen King’s apocalyptic mammoth book. Affleck has become a cornerstone director for the studio, but this would be his greatest challenge yet. Even King has been reticent about the idea of making a feature of his book, which previously was turned into a miniseries. With The Town and Gone Baby Gone, Affleck has shown the grit necessary to handle such an unforgettable tale. It’s early days, but the studio loves Affleck, who’s now directing Argo."
And here, for those of you who don't care enough about my future employment situation to buy the Sunday paper, are my pages from yesterday: Download StargazingOct22