Celebutard News – April 6, 2015

Tom Towles, Actor in Rob Zombie Films, Dies at 65

Character actor Tom Towles, a regular in Rob Zombie films who also played a murderous sidekick in Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer, has died, the writer-director said. He was 65.

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CAPTAIN COSMOS: George RR Martin Developing New HBO Drama

George R.R. Martin is looking to expand his TV reach.

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TWIN PEAKS: David Lynch Leaving Reboot Because it’s ‘Not Enough Money’

David Lynch is done with Showtime’s Twin Peaks reboot.

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Johnny Knoxville’s Upcoming ABC Pilot Casts ANCORMAN’s Dave Koechner

Dave Koechner has joined the cast of ABC’s untitled Johnny Knoxville pilot.

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GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY 2: Director James Gunn Reveals Details on New Films Progress

Ever since America decided there was room in its tiny, blackened heart for a talking raccoon and a dancing tree, Guardians Of The Galaxy has become the hot new Marvel property, at least until the next sufficiently shiny object with bright colors comes along to give us something new at which to paw.

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Box Office: FURIOUS 7 Breaks Records with $143.6M Debut

Home was the talk of the town last weekend when it overperformed with a $52.1 million debut—but that’s nothing compared to what Furious 7 premiered with: an estimated $143.6 million domestic and $384 million worldwide.

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‘Dance Me This’: Frank Zappa’s 100th and Final Album is Coming This June

The last album Frank Zappa completed before his death from cancer on Dec. 4, 1993, will be released in June. According to JamBase, Dance Me This will be the late artist’s 100th official release.

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Jon Bon Jovi to Speak at Rutgers University Commencement, Receive Honorary Degree

He didn’t graduate from college himself, but Jon Bon Jovi will be receiving an honorary degree next month from one of the top schools in his home state of New Jersey: Rutgers University.

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Metallica’s Robert Trujillo Says Band Is ‘Still Keeping It Heavy’ on Upcoming Album

Several weeks after Lars Ulrich revealed that the members of Metallica were ‘pretty close’ to letting the tape roll on sessions for their next album, Robert Trujillo has offered his own small glimpse behind the scenes.

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Slash Calls B.S. on Axl’s Claim Michael Jackson Lead to His Leaving Guns N Roses’

It turns out that Michael Jackson didn’t help break up Slash and Axl Rose.

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Report: Rhonda Rousey ‘Too Violent’ for Walmart to Sell Her Book

Walmart apparently draws the line at mixed martial arts.

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Report: NFL Hires Sarah Thomas as Its First Female Official

The NFL is hiring Sarah Thomas as its first female official, according to multiple media reports.

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Football Autographed by Jay Cutler Receives Zero Bids at Chicago Charity Auction

Jay Cutler isn’t exactly the most popular player in Chicago, but his stock has hit a new low.

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Frank Kaminsky on Andrew Harrison Comments: ‘Situation Is Defused’

Andrew Harrison’s negative reaction towards Wisconsin star Frank Kaminsky went viral after the Badgers’ 71-64 win over Kentucky Saturday, but less than 24 hours later, Kaminsky says the situation has been defused.

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Original Lynyrd Skynyrd Drummer, Rober Burns Jr, Dead at 64

Robert Burns Jr., a founding member and former drummer of the rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd, has died in a car crash in Georgia, state officials said on Saturday.

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Richie Sambora Vacations with Ex-Wife Heather Locklear Amid Denials He Threatened to Kill an Ex-GF

Trouble is brewing back home for Richie Sambora, but right now he is enjoying time in Bora Bora with his ex-wife Heather Locklear and their teenage daughter, Ava Sambora.

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Mick Jagger Calls the ‘WTF’ Podcast and Marc Maron Freaks Out

Marc Maron just nabbed the biggest interview of his podcast career.

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‘It Sucked’: Arnold Schwarzenegger Trash Talks Terminator 4

Arnold Schwarzenegger doesn’t have any qualms about not having been back for Terminator Salvation.

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Lucille Ball Fans Lead Crusade Against ‘Frightening’ Hometown Statue

Locals from Lucille Ball’s hometown are not happy with a public statue that was erected to honor the actress’ legacy, complaining that it’s ‘frightening’ and looks nothing like her, and are now looking into fundraising options to fix it.

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Gwyneth Paltrow Buys Hustler Store, Will Turn Into Private Club

Gwyneth Paltrow is getting into the kinky sex biz, but not for long … we’ve learned she’s very quietly snatched up the Hustler Hollywood store which she’ll bulldoze and then build a fancy schmancy private club.

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From Philo to Donny — 22 Mormons who made their mark on TV

The first and, no doubt, most notable Mormon associated with television was Philo T. Farnsworth.

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