Gossip roundup: Justin Bieber's acting his age
Justin Bieber apparently learned his lesson about acting his age after being booted from a Hollywood nightclub for being underage.
Justin Bieber apparently learned his lesson about acting his age after being booted from a Hollywood nightclub for being underage. The next night, the 19-year-old pop star hit up Disneyland for a guys' night out, according to E! News. Bieber "was surrounded by a lot of security. Half were like his personal security and the other half were from the theme park," a source says. "He wouldn't let anyone talk to him and he was walking pretty fast.
Look at what an innocent photo can do. "The East" director Zal Batmanglij tweeted a picture over the weekend of co-stars Alexander Skarsgard and Ellen Page in an affectionate embrace along with the comment, "This reminds me of shooting." The image sparked a slew of rumors that Skarsgard and Page are dating, but multiple sources confirm to Us Weekly that they are not in fact an item. Of course, the pair had to shoot down similar speculation a year ago when they attended a Stanley Cup finals game together. "They're just two hockey fans," a source explained at the time.
Seth Rogen isn't the biggest fan of some of his own work, joking to comedian Doug Benson that "the Guilt Trip," his recent film with Barbra Streisand, is only suitable for viewing on airplanes. "We shot that movie in the format that plays on airplanes only," Rogen says. He also offers a surprisingly candid post-mortem on "the Green Hornet," his and co-writer Evan Goldberg's action comedy that disappointed both critically and financially, calling it the "perfect storm of bad s--- happening." Goldberg explains that we were making it for America and China at the same time."
"Glee" star Jane Lynch and her wife, Dr. Lara Embry, are divorcing, a source confirms to Us Weekly. Lynch and Embry met at a 2009 gala for the National Center for Lesbian rights and married a year later. Lynch, who is currently starring on Broadway in the revival of "Annie," has reportedly moved out of the couple's Los Angeles home.
While "Game of Thrones" fans around the world have been in shock over recent events on the show, star Peter Dinklage remains unfazed. "That was, like, a year ago for me," he tells TMZ. And he's not really caught up on the hit fantasy series, anyway: "I don't watch the show," he admits. "I mean, I don't have HBO."