BatKid-Official Trailer

Get your tissues ready. Warner Bros. has released the trailer for “Batkid Begins”!

The documentary tells the story of Miles Scott, who was a 5-year-old leukemia patient in November 2013 when the city of San Francisco helped the Make-A-Wish Foundation make his dream come true: He was a superhero for a day. Thanks to social media, the story resonated around the world and even got President Obama involved as Miles fought bad guys and saved “Gotham.”

 

 

Nope. Beyonce did NOT bathe in $20,000 wine

Beyonce did NOT dump a $20,000 bottle of Armand de Brignac champagne in a hot tub during the filming of her Nicki Minaj collaboration “Feeling Myself.”

The champagne actually costs $300 but the image going around showing a $20,000 price tag is photoshopped.

The photo was taken from Forbes’ 2014 list of the most expensive champagnes.

You want to sell magazines? Put Rihanna on the cover

There’s a clear answer for magazine editors desperate to grow their newsstand sales: call Rihanna.

Rihanna was the winner in the cover star stakes in March, helping Harper’s Bazaar register a 0.8 percent increase in newsstand sales to 120,000 copies.

People StyleWatch logged a 6.3 percent decline in March newsstand sales with its Kate Hudson cover. From there on, things got even uglier, with magazines recording double-digit falls.

Taylor Swift and her BFF Karlie Kloss couldn’t outdo Rihanna for Vogue. The Swift/Kloss cover sold 11.2 percent fewer copies in March than Ri-Ri’s March 2014 cover.

W took a 12.1 percent drop with its Scarlett Johansson cover, while Hearst’s Esquire magazine had a 12.3 percent decline with its Will Smith cover.

InStyle logged a 16 percent drop for its Kerry Washington cover, while Glamour registered a 20.2 percent decrease with a cover featuring “Fifty Shades of Grey” stars Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan.

Rihanna wants to call her digital magazine “Robyn”… DC Comics says “No”

Rihanna’s first name is Robyn, and that’s what she wants to name her upcoming digital magazine.

There’s just one problem: DC Comics wants to stop Rihanna from using the name, claiming that it is too similar to the name of Batman’s sidekick, Robin.

DC Comics is attempting to block Rihanna’s application to trademark the name. The comic book company submitted their complaint last week, arguing that Rihanna’s magazine idea is “identical and/or highly related” to their existing properties.

Rihanna’s supporters say the only thing you could confuse her “online non-downloadable general feature magazines,” with is a blog.

Still, DC Comics believes that a Robyn magazine “is likely to cause confusion, cause mistakes, or deceive the public.”

Ashton Kutcher Slams Media Outlets for Posting Pics of Baby Wyatt

Ashton Kutcher ripped media outlets for publishing photos of his 7-month-old daughter, Wyatt.

Paparazzi snapped photos of Ashton out about in Santa Barbara, Calif. on Monday carrying his baby girl.

The actor actor took to Twitter to slam the photos going public.

He tweeted: “Why is it so hard for publications to respect that I would like the identity of my child kept private for safety reasons? Pls honor that.”

Taylor Swift’’s new video for Bad Blood is packed with celebs

 

We’ve been hearing about Taylor Swift’s new music video for quite a while, and it’s finally here… and it’s filled with celebrity cameos:

Taylor Swift as Catastrophe

Karlie Kloss as Knockout

Kendrick Lamar as Welvin Da Great

Martha Hunt as HomeSlice

Zendaya as Cut-Throat

Lily Aldridge as Frostbyte

Ellen Pompeo as Luna

Mariska Hargitay as Justice

Cara Delevingne as Mother Chucker

Jessica Alba as Domino

Serayah as Dilemma

Lena Dunham as Lucky Fiori

Hailee Steinfeld as The Trinity

Ellie Goulding as Destructa X

Gifi Hadid as Slay-Z

Hayley Williams as The Crimson Curse

Selena Gomez as Arsyn

Cindy Crawford as Headmistress

 

‘Pitch Perfect 2’ Tops Weekend Box Office

“Pitch Perfect 2″ had a big opening at the weekend box office to take the top spot over “Mad Max” and the “Avengers.”

The musical comedy starring Anna Kendrick and Rebel Wilson opened in first with $70.3 million… that’s more than the original “Pitch Perfect” made during its entire run in the theaters ($65 million).

“Mad Max: Fury Road” opened in second with $44.4 million while “Avengers: Age of Ultron” fell from first to third with $38.8 million.