Jimmy Kolb, 23, successfully bench-prenched 903 pounds at the age of 21. This guy’s max may reach the triple digits in the coming years!
I’ve seen multiple reviews about the new movie We’re The Millers and they flat out told readers NOT to see the movie. I’m happy to suggest the complete opposite to you- go see it!
First of all, the movie is hilarious! I saw it Thursday night with my father while in a bummed-out mood and I can confidently say that it made my day. I, and everyone else in the theater, laughed repeatedly through every one of the 110 minutes.
I was very impressed with the actors and actresses and their ability to keep straight faces at nearly every moment in which I could not. The four stars (Jennifer Aniston, Jason Sudeikis, Will Poulter and Emma Roberts) were obviously the best examples to point out.
Here is the summary of the movie, provided by IMDb:
A veteran pot dealer creates a fake family as part of his plan to move a huge shipment of weed into the U.S. from Mexico.
That is all you need to know. Go watch it because I promise you that you won’t be able to hold your laughter in during it.
Troubled actress Lindsay Lohan completed 90 days of rehab just over a week ago looking happy and healthy. She even successfully guest-hosted for Chelsea Lately. We had nothing to report but good news in recent days, but Friday, we learned of something that brings back bad memories.
Us Weekly was told by a source close to Lohan that the actress was partying “all night” with The Wanted Wednesday and looked “worse for wear” early the next morning. This doesn’t sound good at all. The New York Post reports that she was at an all-night rager with The Wanted’s Max George, but a rep for Lohan claims that most of the report is untrue.
Is Lohan quickly backpedaling into unstable behavior? The last thing she needs right now is to be partying, but this week, she may have done exactly that.
At least she isn’t lighting fires in strangers’ driveways.
Producers of SyFy’s popular Sharknado movie asked Fans to decide via Twitter the name of the sequel title. After over 5,000 submissions, SyFy has finally announced the title:
Sharknado 2: The Second One
What do you think?
“Since Twitter played such a huge role in the success of the original movie, we wanted to use that platform to ask our fans to name Sharknado 2,” Thomas Vitale, executive VP of SyFy programming said in a statement. “This response is another reminder of how Sharknado has become a pop culture phenomenon. We want to thank all our viewers for their wonderful contributions to keeping up the shark-mentum.”
We’ve been told that the shark-filled tornado will be hitting New York this time around.
The batter and the pitcher were ejected from the August 3 game between the Humboldt Crabs vs. California Warriors. You can see why if you watch the beginning of this video closely.
Amanda Bynes is back in court Friday to fight against her parents’ efforts to get a temporary conservatorship.
TMZ has learned that there is a decent chance Bynes may go free after the hearing, but any erratic behavior will make her more likely to remain in the psychiatric hospital. The judge will be speaking with the ex-actress so he can closely analyze her mental state.
If Bynes’ parents get their way, the temporary conservatorship will be in effect until September 30, according to TMZ. After that, another hearing will take place to determine if a permanent conservatorship makes sense.
If Bynes wins Friday, she is free to make as many bizarre tweets and get as many eye-webbing removals as her heart desires. If she goes free after the hearing, I say we’re all going to see more trouble.
I hope Amanda’s parents get the conservatorship. Updates coming soon…