Melanie Griffith is not into the idea marriage anymore now that she has been divorced four times. When asked by Us Weekly about her advice to single women, the Oscar winner responded, “Don’t get married. There’s no need. You don’t need to get married to have a child anymore…It’s not like there’s a stigma on a child, and getting married, you either go through the whole bulls**t of a prenuptial, or if you want to get divorced and you don’t have a prenuptial, then you wish you had a prenuptial.” Melanie finalized her divorce from Antonio Banderas back in December.
Lamar Odom seems to be recovering well. The former NBA tstar took a walk with wife Khloe Kardashian and Kim Kardashian. According to TMZ, sources say that this is the first time Laram has gone outside for exercise ad that he was “extremely impressive” and made it he whole way without any issues.
Oprah bought the farm. E! News is reporting that the media mogul dropped $28 million at an auction for a 23-acre horse farm in Montecito, California. Marty Rogers and Sage Auctions announced in a press release, “Obviously, she is a very smart buyer and does have an amazing vision for this property. She had a number of experts inspect different aspects of the property and paid extensive due diligence to the property package we provided.” The property consists of a house with four bedrooms and five bathrooms, a pool, orchards, a fish pond, stables, and acres of farmland.
Whoopi Goldberg’s time on The View may be coming to an end. Page Six is reporting that she is in the final year of her contract and she has made it clear that she is done. One source said, “Whoopi loves the money, but she doesn’t want to work so hard anymore. She doesn’t come in prepared, she doesn’t ¬really engage with other panelists and guests. She gives some one-liners and moves on. Her contract is up at the end of this season, and even if she does renew, it would be for significantly less money.”
Channing Tatum and Joseph Gordon-Levitt have signed on to co-star in a new untitled musical comedy. The actors will produce the project along with Wicked’s Marc Platt and Adam Siegel. Channing and Joseph previously worked together in 2005’s Havoc and the 2008 drama Stop-Loss.
Lionsgate is developing a movie reboot of MacGyver. The project is in partnership with CBS who will also be bringing the show back to TV. The original show ran for seven seasons on ABC and two TV movies in 1994.
Ryan Reynolds stands by his decision with Blake Lively to name their daughter James. He recently appeared on Good Morning Britain where he told host Kate Garraway, “In the spectrum of weird celebrity baby names, I feel like we’re not really breaking any new ground here. I mean, I didn’t call her Summer Squash Meadowlark, or something.” The Deadpool star added, “I also thought of just going with all the letters being silent in her name, so it would just be ‘Haa.'”