Sometimes if you’re a celebrity, it’s important to disconnect from the world around you. For some, it's a trip to Fiji. For others, it's traveling to a strange land and picking up a new kid or two. For Lindsay Lohan, it involves a stay in rehab.
The Mean Girls star spent a month in Wonderland, an addiction treatment facility up in Laurel Canyon. Her adventures in Wonderland had a positive effect, she says, adding that she stayed at the West Hollywood rehab center earlier this year because she "felt safe" there.
For moviegoers, the actor or actress playing the role can be as important as the role itself. Who could imagine a Harry Potter movie without Daniel Radcliffe? Or a Meet the Parents sequel without Ben Stiller? Well, with the Spiderman franchise releasing it’s third installment, there is speculation on a possible fourth. From all accounts, director Sam Raimi, and stars Tobey Maguire and Kirsten Dunst aren’t necessarily up for it. Will it continue in spite of them?
Hollywood actress Scarlett Johansson has induced reports that she may star in the New York City production of South Pacific, after declaring her love for the musical during a recent interview.
The New York Post had previously reported that Johansson was in talks to play US Navy nurse Nellie Forbush in a revival of the musical at the Lincoln Center, which is scheduled to open in January 2008.
The Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) presented the initial installment of their annual awards in LA on Saturday night. The big winners included "Little Miss Sunshine," "Ugly Betty," and Jennifer Aniston.
During the ceremony, GLAAD handed out five of its 42 annual awards, with the rest being presented April 28th in San Francisco and May 10th in Florida.
While Lindsay Lohan works, her family plays. Lindsay's sister, Ali, and brother, Cody, soaked up the sunshine on a family vacation in Miami with their mother Dina. The threesome seemed to be having a ball over the Easter holiday weekend.