Mel Gibson has been axed from his role in the ‘Chicken Run’ sequel after Winona Ryder accused him of saying some pretty appalling things.
The new Vince Vaughn and Mel Gibson thriller ‘Dragged Across Concrete’ is being described as “horribly compelling”.
The hype around the fourth instalment of the ‘Mad Max’ series is growing by the day and critics are gushing over director George Miller. Here’s the scoop.
The Expendables is a concept that just won’t die. As long as action heroes continue to lose their box office mojo and Stallone is able to wear a beret, we’ll have The Expendables: even if they eventually turn him into a digital mission control entity. We’re indebted to Rambo, Commando and all the muscle man action heroes from the ’80s […]
How I Spent My Summer Vacation, originally Get the Gringo, stars Mel Gibson in what has been described as an unofficial sequel to Payback. Love or hate the man, he’s still got loads of moxie and star power. He may be a washed up celebrity in real-life, but Gibson’s still a live-wire on screen and […]
Mel Gibson is busy making a movie about the life of Jewish hero Judah Maccabee. This is the same person who was phuza when he got pulled over by a police officer a while back. He shared the following insights with the cop: “Effing Jews… The Jews are responsible for all the wars in the world… Are you a Jew?”
One of the funniest men on the planet (proof here), Pablo Francisco cruised into the 2oceansvibe Radio studio last week, and proceeded to impersonate Johnny Carson, Jay Leno, Al Pacino (Scarface), Chris Rock, Sylvester Stallone, Ozzy Osbourne, Michael J Fox, Dr. Phil, Tracy Morgan, Bill Cosby, Pauly Shore, Mel Gibson, Dennis Hopper, Gary Busey and Danny […]
He might have been competent enough to run a major theatre in South Africa, but someone forgot to mention to Matjamela Motloung that when you type anti-Semitic rants on your Facebook page, other people can also read the statement. And they can make screenshots of the rant, which can be emailed to news outlets in a heartbeat. Read the quote that got him fired inside.
Mel Gibson has been understandably quiet recently. Just as soon as he was announced as having a cameo in the sequel to 2009’s The Hangover, the actor has been dropped from the role because the cast and crew hate him.
Those of you connected to a neat little trick called the internet (I hear it’s getting quite big) may know that the 62nd annual Emmy Awards went off without nary a hitch last night. At least, that would be the opinion of everyone besides the event’s host, Jimmy Falon. Much to Jimmy’s chagrin, Ricky Gervais […]