What’s true, what’s not?
Sony Pictures Entertainment has acquired “The B Team,” a spec pitch package for an Adam McKay-directed action comedy that will team Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg as cops, with Chris Henchy and McKay writing the script.
Pic will be a co-production between Gary Sanchez Productions and Mosaic. Sony has not set a release date on the film, but it is expected to go into production as quickly as the filmmakers can get it ready.
I’m hearing reports that Jessica Simpson has fired her band, called off her tour and is taking a year off from the music business. I don’t have any clear confirmations yet, but I would think this means things are perhaps getting more serious with Tony Romo, perhaps wedding serious.
Nicole Kidman has sparked pregnancy rumors after she wore a black loose-fitted dress to the premiere of Australia in Tokyo. She had her hands resting on her tummy. Kidman already has a 7 month old daughter Sunday Rose.
The rumors began at the Oscars but I really can’t see her and Keith Urban having another kid this early. I mean he is preparing to tour and she’s been crazy busy with her upcoming roles. For a bump to be showing now it would mean she’s a couple months along, I just don’t think this one is true.
Lisa Rinna likes being naked and thinks she’s pretty hot.
“While I’m definitely a product of this mindset, I don’t get all the fuss our society has over people’s weight,” actress Lisa Rinna told PEOPLE Tuesday night during Kate Somerville’s skin care launch at the Four Seasons Resort in Palm Beach. “I am more comfortable being nude than hosting an event like this.”
The actress believes she looks better now than she did at 34 when she posed for Playboy while pregnant. Well, she WAS pregnant than so I’m not sure she should compare notes.
Imagine Entertainment spokesperson, Michael Rosenberg, has confirmed to RadarOnline.com that Michael Cera is officially joining the cast of “Arrested Development” for the big screen version of the cult TV series.
The “Superbad” star is joining other series regulars Jason Bateman, Portia de Rossi, Jeffrey Tambor, Jessica Walter, Will Arnett, Tony Hale and David Cross, who are all reprising their roles for the film.
And series creator, Michael Hurwitz, is expected to write and direct the comedy.