Colin Farrell's banned sex tape was allegedly sent to his girlfriend's family.
The video, which the actor won a court injunction against, stopping it being sold, distributed or displayed in 2005, showed Colin getting passionate with Playboy model Nicole Narain and he and Polish girlfriend Alicja Bachleda were reportedly furious with the attempts to shock her family.
It’s always a treat when our favorite stars read the nasty messages fans write about them online, and last night (December 16) “Jimmy Kimmel Live” served up another round of “Celebrity Mean Tweets.”
Probably the most brash moment came when Sarah Paulson recited, “Sarah Paulson is annoying when she yells… or cries… or talks… or exists,” and replied with, "Bite me, motherf**ker. That’s how I feel about that. You can bite me in the f**king a**hole."
It’s been a tough few years for Potter fans since the conclusion of the “Harry Potter” film franchise, and now “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” has released an incredible new preview trailer.
In the clip, starring Eddie Redmayne, a nervous female voice announces, “Yesterday a wizard landed in New York with a case, a case full of magical creatures and unfortunately some have escaped,” as a message reads, “ JK Rowling invites you to return to the wizarding world.”
He’s been in negotiations for awhile now, and finally Colin Farrell has signed on to star in the forthcoming second season of “True Detective.”
According to several sources, the “Phone Booth” hunk began chatting with HBO over the summer, eventually reaching an agreement to fill one of the vacancies left by Woody Harrelson and Matthew McConaughey.
Based on the naturalistic play written by August Strindberg in 1888, the film takes place “Over the course of a midsummer night in Fermanagh in 1890 when an unsettled daughter of the Anglo-Irish aristocracy encourages her father's valet to seduce her.”