Bits and Pieces - April 14, 2015
April 14, 2015
Ryan Reynolds was knocked down by a photographer's car outside a Vancouver hotel. Reynolds was said to be alert and hunky.
A judge in Argentina has issued an arrest warrant for JUSTIN BIEBER because he failed to respond to a summons over an incident in which he allegedly ordered his bodyguards to attack a photographer in 2013. Under Argentine law, Bieber could face from one month to six years in prison if convicted on a charge of causing injuries. Meanwhile, the Justin Bieber - Kendall Jenner rumors have been heating up again. They hung out at Coachella over the weekend and Bieber shared a photo of them together in bathing suits in which he has his hand on her bikini bottom. (See here). As for his former girlfriend, Selena Gomez, they no longer follow each other on Instagram, but she "liked" his recent video of him hula-hooping with Hailey Baldwin at Target. (See here)
Fox is developing a two-hour remake of THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW. However, unlike NBC productions, this remake will be filmed in advance and won't air live.
JON BON JOVI will produce a new reality series called If I Wasn't a Rock Star. The show will have rock stars return to their hometowns and talk about how their lives would be different if they weren't famous.
A German woman named Annegret Raunigk, who made headlines in the country a decade ago when she gave birth to her 13th child at age 55, is now expecting quadruplets at the age of 65. Annegret decided to have another child after her youngest child, who is nine, asked for a younger sibling, although she told the local media she was shocked by the pregnancy, which was achieved artificially. The grandmother of seven says she feels fine and the pregnancy has not had any major complications.
At the age of 43, Jaromir Jagr has signed a one-year deal with the Florida Panthers. Jagr was traded from New Jersey to Florida in February and put up 18 points in just 20 games.
Olympia, Washington's David Lingafelter went into a local Subway sandwich shop wearing a red bandanna over his face, indicated he had a weapon and demanded money. After taking the loot and an employee's cell phone, he told employees not to "do anything funny." That might've been good advice for David to follow as employees told police that he was carrying a cartoon-like canvas bag with a dollar sign printed on it. David and his money bag were easily located nearby with the cash and employee's cell phone on his person and he was arrested.
2009: Producer Phil Spector was found guilty of second-degree murder in the 2003 slaying of Lana Clarkson
actor Paul Sorvino (Goodfellas, Mr. 3000, Still Standing) 76