Kristen’s Quickies

I agree Travis Barker, playing “What’s My Age Again?” doesn’t seem that important anymore.

Kris Humphries and Kim Kardashian are scheduled to go to trial May 6th.  But that’s right in the middle of the NBA Playoffs, which the Brooklyn Nets have a pretty good shot at making. And a source says that if there’s a conflict, Kris is willing to MISS GAMES. Meanwhile, one of his attorneys has QUIT, because he doesn’t think there are grounds for the annulment.

Rihanna was injured in London Saturday night, after a heckler threw a bottle at her.  She was leaving a club when the guy started yelling at her.  Sources say he was upset about her relationship with Chris Brown.  The bottle didn’t hit Rihanna, but she fell against a metal grate while trying to avoid it, and cut her leg.

Zach Galifianakis and Renee Zellweger have been helping out a homeless woman who works at a laundromat near their neighborhood for the past two years.  Zach got the woman an apartment and pays the rent and utilities . . . while Renee furnished the place and keeps the fridge stocked.

The latest “Die Hard” movie, “A Good Day to Die Hard”, made $25 million over the Valentine’s and President’s Day weekend, beating “Identity Thief” by about $1.5 million.  The romance movie “Safe Haven” made $21.4 million in third place, followed by “Escape From Planet Earth” with $16.1 million . . . and “Beautiful Creatures” finished in 6th place with $7.5 million.

There’s talk on the World Wide Web of Movie Gossip that Harrison Ford will return to play Han Solo in “Star Wars 7”.

Sarah Michelle Gellar will co-star on Robin Williams’ upcoming CBS sitcom, “Crazy Ones”.  She’s playing his character’s daughter.  The show seems like a strong candidate to make CBS’ schedule next fall.

Travis Barker is skipping Blink 182’s upcoming Australian tour, because he’s still too scared to fly. He says, quote, “I still haven’t gotten over the horrific events that took place the last time I flew, when my plane crashed and four people were killed.”  A friend of the band, Brooks Wackerman, will take his place.


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