It's been a month since Katie Holmes filed for divorce from Tom Cruise, and apparently the lifestyle change is working out for her. "She's doing really great. She's so strong, she's an independent girl with her own ideas. She is fine," a source close to Holmes tells Us Weekly. Holmes has also reportedly been spending more time with 6-year-old daughter Suri. "She wants to really become a parent and start teaching her strong discipline," another source says, explaining that Holmes realized the young girl had become "very demanding and bratty."
Lindsay Lohan will apparently go topless on camera, but there are some interesting conditions. According to TMZ, before stripping down for a steamy sex scene in her latest project, "The Canyons," Lohan insisted the crew do the same, leading to the scene being filmed by about 10 men in their underwear. Wearing even less, though, was Lohan's co-star, adult film actor James Deen, who likely didn't take much issue with removing his clothes.
Some heavy accusations have been leveled against actor Henry Hopper, the 21-year-old son of the late Dennis Hopper. According to legal documents obtained by TMZ, the mother of an unidentified 16-year-old girl is suing Hopper over allegations he plied the girl with drugs and alcohol and raped her in his Venice, Calif., home after the two began communicating via Facebook in 2011. The suit claims that once the girl was intoxicated, Hopper "engaged in sexually offensive conduct with her," including sexual intercourse, forced oral copulation and sodomy. The mother is suing for unspecified damages.
Jason Statham might want to take note: His girlfriend, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, is thinking about motherhood. "I always see myself working, but definitely being a mum will be a big part of me," she tells the U.K. edition of Elle magazine. "I think my career is very self-indulgent. It's all about me. I'm not a doctor, I'm not looking after people, I'm not saving children. I'm in the entertainment business. I'm a model. I'm an actress. So it is very self-involved." According to Huntington-Whiteley, it's time for her "to care about other things."
Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver are still looking to unload their 24-acre Santa Barbara-area ranch and have reduced the price again, according to Radar Online. The sprawling estate — former owners of which include Clark Gable, Jimmy Stewart and John Wayne — has been on the market since January and is now being offered for $4.495 million. Schwarzenegger and Shriver purchased the property in 2008 for $4.7 million. Despite taking a potential loss on the sale, Shriver is reportedly eager to unload it. "She thinks the land has bad energy," a source says. "Maria's a very spiritual person and she doesn't want any negativity in her life, especially after everything she went through, so she just wants it gone from her life." That "everything" the source refers to includes Schwarzenegger's admission that he maintained an affair and fathered a child with a member of their household staff.
Two weeks after Fred Willard was arrested in an adult theater for indecent exposure, ABC has decided to not air the final two episodes of his improv show, "Trust Us With Your Life"," off the air, according to the Associated Press. Willard was previously let go from a show on PBS, "Market Warriors," immediately after the arrest.