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at the "No Half Measures: Creating The Final Season Of Breaking Bad" DVD Launch, Barnes & Noble, Los Angeles, CA 11-25-13

Breaking Bad’s Creator Tells Fans To Stop Throwing Pizzas on the Roof!

Creator of Breaking Bad Vince Gilligan recently condemned the acts of some Breaking Bad super-fans. Apparently, fans of the show have been visiting the iconic New Mexico home that served as Walters on screen home, and throwing pizzas on the roof. The problem, the house is occupied, it was only used for outside shots like the pizza one. So some poor couple not only has to deal with people constantly taking pictures of their house, now they have to deal with people throwing pizzas on their roof. Gilligan had this to say to the pizza tossers: “Lately, we’re hearing from the owner that folks are wandering on to her property, and are being rude to her when she comes out and basically says ‘you’re on my property. They are throwing pizzas on roofs and stuff like that. Let me tell you, there is nothing original or funny or cool about throwing a pizza on this lady’s roof. It is just not funny. It’s been done before. You are not the first.” Get the full story here.


Will Ferrell Will Play All Nine Baseball Positions in 10 Spring Training Games

Will Ferrell’s latest stunt sounds like a classic in the making.  He’ll be in Arizona today bouncing around to several Major League Baseball spring training games, where he’ll actually take the field and play all nine positions. That’s pitcher, catcher, first base, second base, shortstop, third base, left field, center field and right field.  The stunt will take him to five different games, and he’ll go from one field to the next in a helicopter. This is being filmed for an HBO special that will raise awareness for the fight against cancer.  It’s also a nod to former Major Leaguer Bert Campaneris, who played all nine positions in a single game in 1965. This isn’t Will’s first time “playing” pro ball.  In 2010, he entered a Minor League game as pitcher “Rojo Johnson”.  He drank a beer on the mound and threw one wild pitch before being ejected from the game. It’s a busy week for Will.  Yesterday he was line judge for a charity tennis match featuring Kevin Hart and Justin Bieber. Get the full story here.

Tony Bennett Will Sing at Lady Gaga’s Wedding

Tony Bennett couldn’t be happier for Lady Gaga, and her engagement to Taylor Kinney. “I love it,” Bennett told Page Six. “She’s marrying a very wonderful man, very talented and very handsome. I think he’s going to be highly successful in films. He’s a very nice person.” Bennett confirmed that he’ll sing at Gaga and Kinney’s wedding, saying, “They invited me to do it and, of course, I will.” Bennett wasn’t giving away any details of the nuptials, reportedly happening at Gaga’s Malibu mansion later this year. “All I know is, knowing Lady Gaga, it will be fabulous.” Get the full story here.

Sarah Michelle Gellar Raps as Cinderella

Sarah Michelle Gellar is in the latest “Princess Rap Battle” video on YouTube,  and she’s actually got some skills. She plays Cinderella, while YouTuber Whitney Avalon is Belle from “Beauty and the Beast”. Who won? You decide!

Lindsay Lohan Posted the N-Word Then Deleted It and Apologized

Lindsay Lohan hit up a Kanye West show Tuesday night as part of Paris Fashion Week.  And after it was over, she Tweeted, quote, “Kanye and Kim all day [N-words].  Fun show.” The Internet immediately lost its collective mind, and she quickly deleted it.  But obviously, that wasn’t enough.  So she also had her rep issue an apology. He said Lindsay was just quoting a line from Kanye’s new song “All Day”, and added, quote, “She is a friend of his, it is his new song, her intention was not to offend anyone and she apologizes!” Get the full story here.

Tiger Woods Couldn’t Use His Name on His Own Restaurant Because Nike Owns It

Tiger Woods has a new restaurant opening this spring in Florida, called The Woods Jupiter:  Sports and Dining Club.  There’s a reason it’s not called the Tiger Woods Sports and Dining Club, or something like that, Tiger can’t use his first and last name together in a business venture, because Nike owns it.  That’s what the restaurant’s developer told “Golf” magazine. Get the full story here.


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