Lindsay Lohan


HOLLYWOOD —  Lindsay Lohan has done it again! Despite a highly publicized lesbian relationship with Samantha Ronson, we were treated in April to a list of 36 men she allegedly slept with, written on a piece of paper conveniently left behind (to be found?) in a hotel room. Some of the names on the list were this year’s Best Supporting Actor Oscar-winner Jared Leto, Garrett Hedlund, Colin Farrell, Justin Timberlake, Joaquin Phoenix, Ashton Kucher, Oscar-winner Benicio del Toro and Adam Levine.

Adam says he never slept with her, and that “She told lies about me with her people-she-slept-with list.” James Franco, also on the list, swears he never had sex with her. Of course, this is the same James Franco who bragged in his film “This Is the End” that he had sex with Lindsay Lohan! Some of us still remember when Bill Clinton, then president of the United States, said, “I did not have sexual relations with that woman!” You know there will be more to this story.
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Speaking of Bill Clinton, the Clintons will have their very own musical remembering them to Pershing Square. The upcoming New York Musical Theater Festival will feature the musical “Clinton,” which premiered at the 2012 Edinburgh Festival Fringe and was nominated for best new musical, then played London’s King’s Head Theatre the following year. The show follows “Two Bill Clintons” and Hillary Clinton on a quest to save their presidency, change the nation and prove that “politics is show business for ugly people.” The show is set to run at the Pershing Square Signature Center from July 18-25.
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In 2012, Jennifer Aniston and Ben Kingsley signed on to star in “Convention.” It appears the film was shot in 2013 because photos of Jen were released to the press. Now the film is listed for a 2015 release, which sounds like something has gone terribly wrong.

Kingsley co-stars in the upcoming Dec. 19 release of “Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb,” as an Egyptian pharaoh. The film, which began shooting in January, will mark the last film for MGM star Mickey Rooney, who passed away in April. Ben Stiller returns with Robin Williams (again playing Teddy Roosevelt), Owen Wilson, “Downton Abbey’s” Dan Stevens (playing Lancelot), Ricky Gervais and Dick Van Dyke.
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Leonardo DiCaprio’s next film will be “The Revenant,” with “We’re the Millers” Will Poulter, who’ll be seen with Patricia Clarkson in “The Maze Runner” opening Sept. 19. Leo plays a 19th-century fur trapper mauled by a bear, left for dead and then robbed, who survives to exact his revenge. If DiCaprio can pull this off, he deserves an Oscar! It’s set for release in 2015.

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