Sean Penn, 51, who recently completed a 36-hour anger management class that was part of a court order for his 2009 attack on a photographer in Los Angeles in which Penn broke the man's camera, may have something new to get angry about — it seems that Warner Bros.
When any pop star or entertainer announces his or her intention to seek public office, there is a pronounced tendency among skeptics to raise questions (in most cases, rather salient ones) regarding the legitimacy of such an undertaking.
From the remix of “We Are The World,” which crammed as many celebrities onto one track as they could fit in the recording studio, to songs like “Hold On” by Wyclef Jean," Hollywood has put its best foot forward to show its solidarity with the people of Haiti.
Since the remake of “We Are the World” premiered during the opening ceremony of the 2010 Winter Olympic Games on Feb. 12, critical reaction has been decidedly mixed on the remake of the 80s classic.
Simon Cowell may be the most hated judge on American Idol, but he's looking like a big softy these days. Assembling some of the best musical talent that the world has to offer, Simon's remake of R.E.M.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have donated a whopping $1 million from the Jolie-Pitt Foundation to the charity Doctors Without Borders, which is flying out additional staff and a portable hospital equipment to Haiti, which was hit with a massive earthquake which killed and injured tens of thousands Tuesday.
Sandra Bullock had the box office year of her career in 2009 and now she's channeling her success by donating a whopping $1 million for relief of victims of Haitian earthquake through the NGO Doctors Without Borders.