“I got kicked off ‘Hotel Transylvania’ for buying Liam [Hemsworth] a penis cake for his birthday and licking it,” she tweeted Thursday.
Miley Cyrus on Thursday took to Twitter and revealed that she was let go from voice-starring in the Sony animated title HotelTransylvania after photos surfaced online of her posing with a penis-shaped birthday cake that she purchased for her then-boyfriend Liam Hemsworth.
“I got kicked off hotel Transylvania for buying Liam a penis cake for his birthday and licking it,” the pop star tweeted in a thread.
While many fans have rallied behind Disney in the wake of reports that talks had broken down between the company and Sony over future Spider-Man films, at least one person is standing behind Sony — Stan Lee’s daughter.
In a statement to TMZ, Joan Lee said Marvel and Disney need to be “checked and balanced” as they seek total control of her father’s creations.
“Whether it’s Sony or someone else’s, the continued evolution of Stan’s characters and his legacy deserves multiple points of view,” she said. While legendary comic book writer Lee created the Spider-Man character for Marvel comics in the 1960s, Sony has owned the film rights to the character for about two decades.
Following closely on the heels of Showtime’s The Loudest Voice, Lionsgate released its first trailer for Bombshell, Hollywood’s latest take down of Fox News, focusing on the sexual harassment scandals that shook up the top-rated cable news station and led to the downfall of founder Roger Ailes.
Live look at Sean Spicer’s first Dancing with the Stars rehearsal. It will be the best season any show has ever seen on TV in the history of broadcast. Period. *This is NOT #fakenews. #DWTSpic.twitter.com/uM0AahQMCu
ABC News Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer was announced as a cast member on the upcoming season of “Dancing with the Stars” on Wednesday. Spicer became the butt of a joke at the cast reveal on “Good Morning America,” with host Tom Bergeron saying Spicer would be in charge of “assessing audience size.” Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.
During a concert in New York City Thursday night, Kesha collaborator Ben Folds debuted the unrivaled song of the summer: “Moscow Mitch”-a nickname given to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell due to his role in blocking election security legislation last week.
Performing on the roof of Pier 17, the former Ben Folds Five frontrunner paused his concert to address the audience: “What I want to do is put a little cool stutter in it, like, you know, ‘My-my-my-my-my-my Sharona.’ So what we’ll do is, we’ll go: Mah-mah-mah-Moscow Mitch. That’s it, okay?” While the song is mostly instrumental—save for two verses of Folds and the crowd yelling, “Mah-mah-mah-Moscow Mitch!” followed by a few laughs from the audience—it’s an undeniable banger.
After a week-long trial, a California jury has reached its conclusion that Katy Perry’s “Dark Horse” is a copyright infringement.
The lawsuit was brought by Christian rapper Marcus Gray, professionally known as Flame, who asserted that Perry’s 2013 hit tread on his own work entitled “Joyful Noise.” In particular, the plaintiff alleged that the Dr. Luke-produced song took his underlying beat.
Russi Taylor, the voice actress behind the famed Disney character Minnie Mouse, died Friday in Glendale, California. She was 75.
“Minnie Mouse lost her voice with the passing of Russi Taylor. For more than 30 years, Minnie and Russi worked together to entertain millions around the world—a partnership that made Minnie a global icon and Russi a Disney Legend beloved by fans everywhere, said Disney chairman and CEO Bob Iger. “We’re so grateful for Russi’s talent as well as the tremendous spirit and great joy she brought to everything she did. It was a privilege to have known her and an honor to have worked with her, and we take comfort in the knowledge that her work will continue to entertain and inspire for generations to come. Russi will be sorely missed and our hearts go out to her family and friends, along with our deepest condolences.”