Sandra Bullock has been named Entertainment Weekly's 2013 Entertainer of the Year. The magazine calls the Oscar winner "the gift that keeps on giving," citing her roles in this year's Gravity and The Heat. Bullock poses in a stunning white gown on the cover of next week's Entertainers of the Year issue, which also features Jennifer Lawrence, Pharrell Williams, the Breaking Bad team, Tom Hanks, Netflix, Matthew McConaughey, and Grumpy Cat.
Pink and her husband Carey Hart are being sued by a paparazzo who had the bad luck to cross paths with them. The photographer, Boris Issaei, claims that he was physically beaten and humiliated by the couple during an encounter with them back in June. Issaei says he was trying to photograph Pink changing her baby's diaper at the Malibu Country Mart when Hart snapped, " You f**king pedophile," and Pink added, "You're photographing my baby naked." Hart's friend then kicked Issaei in the shin, stomped on his feet and kneed him in the groin. Issaei is suing for assault and battery and destruction of his camera equipment.
Columbia Records announced that Bruce Springsteen will release his 18th studio album, High Hopes, on January 14. The record is a combination of covers, new songs and songs previously performed by the Boss in some format. The album was produced by Ron Aniello, who also worked with Springsteen on his previous release, Wrecking Ball (obviously unrelated to the Miley Cyrus song). Springsteen is accompanied by the E Street Band, along with Rage Against the Machine guitarist Tom Morello. Both Danny Federici and Clarence Clemons, who have both passed away since recording, also appear on the record.
The Grandmaster, Red 2, Getaway, Jobs, The Canyons, Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me and Red Obsession are all out on DVD today.
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