Any child of the of the ’80s remembers The Goonies, the now-iconic adventure about a group of kids seeking out buried treasure. One of the film’s breakout stars was Corey Feldman, who would go on to star in other insta-classics, such as The ‘Burbs, The Lost Boys and Stand By Me. As his star grew so did his notoriety. He dabbled in music (remember Former Child Actor?) and television, which included scripted (The Bad News Bears and later Married… With Children) and reality (The Two Coreys and VH1′s very own Surreal Life).
Now the actor is revealing it all in his new biography, Coreyography: A Memoir. Join VH1 as we talk to him about the ups, the downs, the crazy and the memorable on Thursday, November 7th, at 2 p.m. EST.
Source: Very VH1: Chat With ’80s Child Star Corey Feldman About Growing Up, The Goonies And Coreyography
Meltdowns and are legal troubles are Marianne Garvey‘s bread and butter. As the Confidential Editor for New York Daily News, it seems that she always gets the scoop on celebrities’ trials and tribulations.
Garvey had exclusive access to Charlie Sheen during his mental breakdown at the Plaza Hotel and she was the only reporter he would text back. She also broke the news on the trifecta of trouble: Lindsay Lohan, Britney Spears and Paris Hilton.
Like Hilton, Garvey also got into the reality TV game. She can seen on the Style Network’s City Girl Diaries premiering this summer. Until then, she’ll be on The Gossip Table five mornings a week bringing you all the dish.
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Source: Meet Marianne Garvey, Gossip’s Confidant
The Internet went into a frenzy when it was announced that Khandi Alexander would be joining Scandal as Kerry Washington‘s mom. Alexander will first appear on the series in a flashback in this week’s episode (and hopefully more to come). Just what exactly happened to Maya Lewis in Iceland all those years ago? It’s Scandal, so we’ll never know for sure. But for those who are unfamiliar with the famed actress, she’s appeared on TV’s biggest shows over the past two decades. For those who aren’t yet familiar with her work, the gallery above should get you started!
Source: Khandi Alexander’s Best TV Roles Of The Past 20 Years
Eminem and Brittany Murphy in 8 Mile
made headlines with the release of his latest album
, The Marshall Mathers LP 2
, Tuesday. But on Nov. 6, 2002, the Grammy-winning rapper was generating buzz for another reason: the premiere of 8 Mile
, his semi-autobiographical film about a struggling Detroit rapper.
In honor of the movie’s anniversary, we’re taking a bittersweet look back at Eminem with his costar Brittany Murphy, who tragically died at age 32 in 2009.
“It was crazy,” Eminem told Vibe in 2010 of Murphy’s passing. “It’s crazy because at one point we were very close and she was a really good person. It’s crazy when you see things not just with her but just all these things that are happening in Hollywood with people in music, with people in acting …”
Check out these photos of Eminem and Murphy at the premiere of 8 Mile, then scroll down to watch the film’s trailer.
Click here to see Eminem’s daughter crowned homecoming queen.
Source: Lose Yourself in Photos From 8 Mile’s 2002 Premiere