Charlize Theron and Sean Penn have been dating for a long while now, and rumours have been rampant that past few weeks that they plan to get married and adopt a baby in South Africa in the coming months. Mostly that sounds like another load of shite, but more and more reports have been surfacing which may lend a bit of credibility to the engagement thing…
From the NY Daily News:
The 38-year-old actress was seen rocking some brand new bling on that finger while strolling through Los Angeles International Airport on Wednesday.
The glimpse of Theron’s glitzy hardware comes just days after reports emerged that the hot Hollywood couple were planning to wed.
LOL, frankly if I was famous and constantly being talked about in the press, I’d wear a ring on that finger just to mess with people. That being said, these two will probably get married, and who really cares? Why is it such a big deal and worth stalking someone to find out about? When they want to reveal it, they will. I don’t think it’s going to revolutionize anyone’s world to know that two people you’ve never met are going to get married.
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Charlize Theron and Sean Penn have been hot and heavy for a while now – what, like a year or more? – and that means there’s one thing we all MUST know: Will they tie the knot? Sure, Charlize is pretty stoked on remaining officially single (read: unmarried), but according to some people, she can’t wait to walk down the aisle with Sean ASAP.
From US Weekly:
A proposal may be in the works! Charlize Theron and boyfriend Sean Penn are ready to wed, a source reveals to Us Weekly. The couple, who’ve been dating for eight months, are already talking about children, too.
“They absolutely want to get married,” a Penn confidant tells Us. Another adds: “They want to grow their family.”
Well, that’s… interesting. I’m going to call complete bullshit on this, especially considering how recently Charlize pointed out how happy she is WITHOUT being married. That doesn’t mean her relationship with Sean isn’t strong, it just means she doesn’t feel the need to have a piece of paper to say it.
Then again, who knows – maybe she’ll change her mind and they will get married. Life is weird that way.
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Sean Penn and Charlize Theron are a thing, apparently, because they were seen “all over each other” at one of Penn’s fundraising events (above). Hmmm, how interesting that ex-wife Robin Wright’s engagement was just made official and now Penn is getting all feely with Ms. Charlize Theron. Totally unrelated, I’m sure. According to People,
“[He] had his hands all over Charlize,” an eyewitness tells PEOPLE. “During the event they were all over each other – it was on!”
Although Penn, 53, and Theron, 38, arrived separately, they were spotted holding hands as they walked away at the end of the evening together.
Oh, Sean, that’s like the oldest trick in the book — to throw yourself at someone else when you hear your ex has moved way the f-ck on. And so obvious. This is a man who hates to be photographed doing anything. Charlize, my Goddess, what are you doing with him? He’s awful.
And yikes, dude has NOT aged well either. Girl, you’re better off with Seth MacFarlane…but only barely.
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Sean Penn‘s 19-year-old son, Hopper, flipped out at a paparazzo (HMMM, I WONDER WHERE HE LEARNED THAT BEHAVIOR) yesterday while accompanying his dad to a doctor’s appointment. Mr. Penn’s son shoved the photographer and then shouted, “F-ck this fool, you’re a f-cking f–got!” and “Shut up, you f-cking n–ger!” This did not please the black photographer. Older Penn was already well into the building when this happened.
TMZ (amazingly, this DIDN’T happen to one of their own photographers), has the rest of the story.
Cops happened to be nearby at the time and heard the commotion. Law enforcement sources tell us, officers asked what happened … but the photog said it was just a verbal argument, and he didn’t want to press charges.
Hopper tells TMZ his side of the story is … “I was accosted by paparazzi and made to feel like an animal – threatened and under attack, but that does not condone my own actions.”
He adds, “I deeply regret my choice of words.”
Then don’t say those words, ever. That way, you never have to regret saying them! What a concept!
When we last heard from Sean Penn, he had just broken up with Scarlett Johansson and was moaning about how lonely he is. He’s managed not to attack anyone and has been doing a lot of hardcore charity work for Haiti. Time to sit down and talk with your son, “dude.”
The video can be seen only on TMZ‘s site here. (At least for now.)
There is no shame in saying that we all want to be loved by someone. As I look back over my life in romance, I don’t feel I’ve ever had that.
—Sean Penn on living his life completely devoid of the one thing that he’s always wanted—love. And guys, call me crazy, but I totally see this. Hear me out. You know, I get that probably no one’s ever loved Sean Penn wholly, and I get that it’s probably because he’s just too big-hearted himself, and too giving, and I feel so sorry for him.
I’m sure his never feelings about how he never “ever had that” has absolutely nothing to do with hitting ex-wives over the dome with baseball bats, or perceiving young starlets’ obsessive love as the real thing (?), because love is love and no amount of busted teeth or baseball bats could really dull the knife that cuts the deepest.
From Us Weekly:
It seems Sean Penn is still “Hung Up” on ex-wife Madonna. Standing front-row at her Oct. 11 MDNA show in Los Angeles, the single actor, 52, couldn’t take his eyes off the iconic star, to whom he was married from 1985 to 1989.
“Their chemistry was off the charts,” a fellow concert-goer raved in the Oct. 29 issue of Us Weekly. “Madonna seemed to be performing entirely for Sean. And he was saying things like ‘Amazing!’ and ‘She’s so hot!’”
The pair, whose constant fighting throughout their brief marriage earned them the nickname “the Poison Penns,” met on the set of the music video for the singer’s hit “Material Girl” in 1985 and wed just months later. In 1986, the pop star released her third album, True Blue, which was inspired by and dedicated to her new husband, “the coolest guy in the universe.”
The relationship was far from perfect, though, marred by hot-blooded outbursts and arguments. In 1989, they called it quits and divorced. Penn went on to marry actress Robin Wright, and Madonna wed director Guy Ritchie — but the former loves never could let go of each other completely. In January 2010, they broke bread over a three-hour dinner at Adour Alain Ducasse, sparking rumors of a reconciliation.
“They’ve remained close friends,” a pal told Us. “But they are fire and fire together romantically. She can only be with someone she can control.”
That’s certainly not Penn. And in any case, Madonna already has a boyfriend: Brahim Zaibat, 26, whom she has been dating for the last two years.
“Madonna’s friends wish she’d get back with Sean,” the source said. “He will always be the love of her life.”
Ick. Something about picturing Madonna and Sean Penn together, now, completely grosses me the f-ck out. Like, entirely. And what’s worse is that it’s probably the Madonna part of the Madonna-Sean Penn thing that makes it all the much worse than what it was when it was the Sean Penn-Scarlett Johansson thing.
“It’s not only celebrities who went for a day. It’s the whole f#$*ing world. It’s all of you. The reason we have Haiti fatigue is because there was never a commitment in the first place. … [This country finally has a chance to reestablish itself and] you see the very tangible success story that Haiti can be.”
So! Sean Penn is talking about how we can better ourselves as human beings and, by virtue, better the world around us.
You know, I like Sean Penn. I admire him for his humanitarian efforts, and any fifty-one year-old man who can lure Scarlett Johansson into his bed is definitely a pretty solid dude in my book. Seriously, though, he’s so right. Whether it’s Haiti or post-Katrina New Orleans or the carnage in Japan after the earthquake and subsequent tsunami … why aren’t we better equipped to be helping these people in need? Why is it that we’re so self-involved—and I’m not even necessarily talking about the people who need their own financial rescue, or relief from personal disaster, I’m talking about celebrities who have the world at their feet, the money in their banks, and the ability to get up and f-cking help. Why is it such a hard thing to follow through with the efforts to begin with? How many celebrities and people of notoriety endorsed the Red Cross and helping disaster victims in the weeks following serious incidents as opposed to how many actually followed the effort through?
I don’t know about you guys, but Sean Penn—despite giving off the creepy-old-guy vibes sometimes—is still pretty high up in my book.