Kutcher, Village Voice Hash It Out On Twitter
The Voice responded:
More tweets followed earlier today, but Kutcher has since quieted down.
Jonathan Rhys Meyers was hospitalized in London, England, in an incident that’s reported to be a possible suicide attempt.
The 33-year-old Irish actor, best known for his role on The Tudors, was taken to the hospital despite refusing treatment when paramedics answered an emergency call, the Sun reports. Jonathan was reportedly released from the hospital on Wednesday morning (June 29).
A spokesman for Scotland Yard told People, “We can confirm we were called by the London Ambulance Service to an address in NW8 to report to a man refusing treatment. Police attended, and the man was taken by ambulance to a central London hospital. That was the end of our involvement.”
Jonathan has been in and out of rehab over the past few years as hefights alcohol addiction.
Justin Timberlake is working on reviving MySpace — Justin reportedly wants to help the struggling social networking site that he’s taken an ownership stake in the company’s shares because he believes the site will help new artists. I guess it’s good on Justin’s part for wanting to help new undiscovered talent, however, it’s impossible to bring the site back. It’s worth a shot, but MySpace has been dead for years, no?
Weinsteins Place Madonna’s New Film in Oscar Fray By FELICIA R. LEE The Weinstein Company, which recently acquired the Madonna-directed film “W.E.,” announced Wednesday that it plans to release the film smack in the middle of Oscar season. “W.E.,” which stars Abbie Cornish as a modern-day young woman who finds inspiration in the romance between Britain’s King Edward VIII and the American divorcée Wallis Simpson, will be released on Dec. 9 in New York and Los Angeles. Besides Ms. Cornish, the cast includes Andrea Riseborough (“Never Let Me Go”), James D’Arcy (“Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World”) and Oscar Isaac (“Drive”).
A company release says the film, written by Madonna and Alek Keshishian (who directed “Madonna: Truth or Dare”), marks Madonna’s “narrative, feature directorial debut,” though the critically drubbed “Filth and Wisdom”from 2008 actually holds that honor
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Paris Spring 2012 Louis Vuitton. Reinventing the leather bomber jacket with lightweight summer cloth (I believe its linen). The model’s stunning good looks don’t hurt either
Milan Spring 2012 Roberto Cavalli. Mustard has moved from womenswear into menswear in surprising ways. An entire suit in yellow? Le gasp.
Milan Spring 2012 Canali. Canali showcases a number of trends for the 2012 season - namely, royal blue coloring, fabric with a harsh, metallic sheen, and (strangely) man-sandals.
Paris Spring 2012 Hermès. More mustard yellow, here in a softer shade. It’s a bold color that not everyone can pull off - attractive with dark hair and olive skin.
Paris Spring 2012 Ermenegildo Zegna. I love the muted shades - such a contrast to the brighter colors we’re seeing on runways this year. Clean, crisp, and very coastal.