Your Daily Dispatch of Celebrity Shenanigans
From “Green” To “Grey”?: “Arrow” star Stephen Amell has shared news on his Facebook that is sure to delight erotic fiction fans. The actor – who is no stranger to being shirtless or showing off his Googleable abs – says he has inside information on the future of the big screen version of “Fifty Shades of Grey.” “I get questions about Christian Grey all the time. That project is a long way off. I know this, because I had a meeting about it. Long way off. I mean, not that long, but not close. I wouldn’t call it long, but I wouldn’t call it close,” the actor said in a video message on his Facebook account. With Stephen in the mix, who might play fellow lead character Anastasia Steele? We know it’s not “Harry Potter’s” heroine. Emma Watson previously slammed reports that she would star in “Fifty Shades of Grey.”
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Amanda Bynes Has A Request: One of Roll Call’s favorite celerity Tweeters , Amanda Bynes, has a request of Drake. Well, we’re not sure if it’s a request or if she’s put a hit out on her lady business, but regardless, she’d like the rapper to handle it. Let’s hope that Drake is a pacifist.
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“Southland” Star Regina King Slams Split Rumors: Has “Southland” star Regina King been dumped by former “The Cosby Show’s” Malcolm-Jamal Warner? Not according to the actress! “Hey everybody PLEASE don’t believe everything you read. Me & @MalcolmJamalWar are good. Life happens. Forward motion. Godspeed,” Regina King Tweeted denying a report that claimed she had split with the fellow actor after dating for two years.
Mama June Keeps It Real: “Here Comes Honey Boo Boo’s” Mama June might have gotten a makeover and lost some weight – but she’s kept true to her downhome style – as evident by this latest paparazzi gem on the set of her TLC series. Roll Call hopes Mama June found what she was looking for!
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