Today's Evil Beet Gossip

Robert Downey Jr. Has a Cool Murse

Robert Downey Jr and Wife Susan with Matt Damn and Wife Luciana Barroso Have Dinner in Miami, Pictures, Photos Okay, look, I thought he was sober these days. But you have to be pretty fucking high to wear that thing as a straight man. Bob Downey and his wife Susan had dinner with Matt Damon and his stupid unfamous wife-who-should-have-been-me, Luciana Boring-oso, at Quattro Gastronomia Italiana Restaurant in Miami. I would not want to eat at that place. "Quattro Gastronomia" sounds like an intestinal disease, not a restaurant. Here it is used in a sentence: I hope Luciana Boring-oso gets quattro g...

Brandy’s Off the Hook

Brandy Norwood Pictures, Photos Brandy won't be charged in that little fatal crash on the 405 last year. "After conducting a thorough investigation, which included consulting with some of the top accident reconstruction experts in the country, city prosecutors concluded that there was insufficient evidence from which a jury could find Ms. Norwood guilty of such a charge beyond a reasonable doubt," Los Angeles City Attorney's spokesman Frank Mateljan said. If convicted, Brandy could have faced up to a year in jail. Howe...

Katherine Heigl’s Wedding Present? A Shitty Movie Review.

heigl_laugh.jpg 27 Dresses is getting crappy reviews -- although Heigl herself is said to be "terrific" -- and the film is expected to do poorly when it hits theaters. A tired pastiche of the 27-odd wedding-themed vehicles that preceded it, the film essentially slaps together all the stuff that worked so well the first or second time around, minus any of the original charm or verve. That it manages to function at all is mainly Heigl's doing, but judging from the half-empty theater reserved for the pic...

Letterman’s Coming Back, with Writers

letterman.jpg Letterman's reached a deal with the WGA, and will be returning to television next Wednesday. The Writers Guild of America called its pact with Letterman's production company, WorldWide Pants Inc, a sign of union readiness to negotiate a deal with major film and TV studios to settle Hollywood's worst labor crisis in 20 years. The WGA said its "comprehensive agreement" with WorldWide Pants included provisions to pay writers for work distributed over the Internet -- presumably covering th...