Tony Hawk Talks How to Be the Next Skate Mogul

Posted Jun 27th 2011 at 02:35 PM by Jo Piazza

In the decade since Tony Hawk became a household name and a global business brand spawned by a successful video game franchise, the skateboarder has inspired dozens of imitators hoping to build their passion into their business. So far none of them have reached Hawk-level fame or fortune. So what's the secret ingredient to getting to Tony Hawk-level success. "Authenticity. I think you have to...

Is Jen Aniston Stealing Angelina's Mistressing Moves?

Posted Jun 23rd 2011 at 04:20 PM by Jo Piazza

Jennifer Aniston seems to be stealing some plays from Angelina Jolie's "Other Woman" handbook and she looks to be loving it. Just last week we learned that perhaps Jen didn't come by her relationship with actor and screenwriter Justin Theroux so honestly. Hollywood costume designer Heidi Bivens claims Theroux abruptly ended their 14-year relationship when he started dating the actress. After...

Is Wilmer Valderrama the Screech of the 2000's?

Posted Jun 22nd 2011 at 04:48 PM by Jo Piazza

It's a valid question. Wilmer Valderrama has been largely out of the celebrity spotlight since his days as the kooky exchange student Fez on 'That '70s Show' came to an end in 2006 and we have even heard some of our colleagues refer to him as the Dustin Diamond of the 2000s. But Wilmer himself shot those notions down when PopEater spoke to him on Tuesday afternoon, as he filled us in on exactly...

Expert: Roger Ebert's Own Ailments May Have Desensitized Him

Posted Jun 21st 2011 at 10:34 PM by Jo Piazza

Roger Ebert's own battle with a life-threatening disease may have desensitized him to the pain of others, psychologists tell PopEater a day after the famed film critic came under fire for a comment about the death of 'Jackass' star Ryan Dunn. "People who have survived numerous hardships and tragedies as Roger has, often times are either extremely sensitive to the pain and tragedy of others,...

Jonathan Demme: Hollywood Is Out of Control

Posted Jun 21st 2011 at 10:00 AM by Jo Piazza

Director Jonathan Demme is a pretty big deal in Hollywood. In the 1990s he was an even bigger deal when he consistently pumped out awards bait like 'Silence of the Lambs,' 'Philadelphia' and 'Beloved.' These days he prefers to focus on independent flicks and self-financed documentaries about such high-minded fare as Hurricane Katrina, Haiti and Neil Young. His move away from the big screen smash...

Patti Stanger Has Two Matches for Pippa: A Commoner or Prince Harry

Posted Jun 17th 2011 at 10:30 AM by Jo Piazza

EXCLUSIVE: If anyone can get the world's most eligible bachelorette, Pippa Middleton, hitched it is none other than Bravo's 'Millionaire Matchmaker' Patti Stanger who PopEater queried for advice on how the newly single sister of Princess Kate should proceed when it comes to her love life. We were shocked when Patti told us that Pippa doesn't have to stick with the landed gentry -- the young,...

What Anthony Weiner Can Learn From Mel Gibson

Posted Jun 16th 2011 at 08:26 AM by Jo Piazza

Congressman Anthony Weiner is looking to rehab his image with the American politic and his wife, close Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin. What better way to do it than steal a page out of the celebrity redemption playbook and enroll himself in "treatment" to make himself both a better person and a better husband. Will it work? Does rehab cleanse all sins? Rehab is the celebrity equivalent of...

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