Nick Cassavetes My Baby Mama Outright Stole Our Daughter 12/27/2017 9:45 AM PST EXCLUSIVE
11:11 AM PT -- Nick has filed legal docs asking the judge to penalize Heather's mother and aunt for allegedly conspiring with Heather to steal his child. He wants more than $10,000 in penalties and wants that amount to grow for each day she wrongfully keeps Barbie away from him.
Nick Cassavetes went on the attack against his baby mama because of a custody agreement she signed and then violated ... TMZ has learned.
As we reported, Nick told authorities in Oklahoma Heather Wahlquistwas hiding their 13-year-old daughter, Barbie, somewhere in Norman, Oklahoma, despite the fact that their agreement gave him custody during the Xmas holiday.
According to the custody agreement, obtained by TMZ, Heather and Barbie were supposed to return to L.A. by December 18 and he would have custody through January 8. Nick claims Heather has been on the lam with their child, flagrantly violating the agreement.
So scary. Several celebrity families and thousands more were forced to evacuate their homes on Dec. 16 after the terrible Thomas fire made its way to Montecito.Oprah, Katy Perry, and Ellen DeGeneres‘ loved ones were among thousands of residents in the wealthy Santa Barbara area who were forced to immediately evacuate their homes as the dreadful Thomas fire swept through Montecito. Rob Lowe also packed up his belongings as the flames closed in. The devastating fire which is larger than New York City, has reached 267, 500 acres and is currently 40 percent contained, according to the Daily Mail. The deadly blaze has already killed two firefighters and its strength has caused the rest of the helpful local firefighters to stand down from the front lines. In addition to people having to leave their homes, the nearby zoo was getting ready to protect the animals by putting them into crates and getting ready to flee. See photos of other recent fires in the area here.
As the wind picked up and t..
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December 14, 2017 (Newsbusters) – It’s called ironic. Big name celebrities are preparing to celebrate Baby Jesus’ birth by fundraising for America’s largest producer of aborted babies.
On Saturday, musician Tony Thaxton began advertising his second annual Feliz Navipod’s Feliz Navidad Variety Show “benefiting Planned Parenthood.” Based on a podcast Thaxton hosts with Todd Cooper, the show will be held in Los Angeles on Dec. 18. Tickets are going for $15.
Monday. 12/18 Raising money for PLANNED PARENTHOOD. Come see @TheMandyMoore@ColinHanks @nickthune @roryscovel @Apey @SullivanTweet @danielvankirk Taylor Goldsmith of @dawestheband Don't Stop or We'll Die @paulrust @michaelcassady https://t.co/LyCBuduWfapic.twitter.com/UuaS1VRc2H
— TNY THXTN (@tonythaxton) December 9, 2017
“Things kind of suck right now. So, let’s try and make them not suck,” the show description ..
You’ve likely read a dozen or so Best Movies of 2017 lists by now, so how about a creative new way of highlighting the best films of the former year? Artist Ben Matsuya has put together some visually stunning comic strips that show off some of the best of the best that film had to offer in 2017. Check out the 2017 movie comic strips below.
2017 is over, but we’re still knee-deep in awards season, and every day it seems a new Best Movies of 2017 list washes ashore. If you’re still playing catch-up with last year, and slowly but surely making your way through the best movies 2017 had to offer, you might get a kick out of this creative new way of highlighting the Best movies of 2017. Artist Ben Matsuya has put together a series of comic strips that shine a spotlight on some of 2017’s best films: Get Out, The Florida Project, The Shape of Water, Good Time, and Okja. The results are stunning.
Save for one panel in The Shape of Water piece, the comic strips here are dialogue-free, yet still ..
Mark WahlbergBeach Bod Alert in Barbados 12/28/2017 10:22 AM PST Mark Wahlberg's looking absolutely shredded these days ... so there's clearly no reason for him to ever put a shirt back on, right?
The 46-year-old actor was spotted with his model wife Rhea Durham Thursday on a beach in Barbados ... showing off all of his muscles and his washboard abs.
It's funny -- just a day earlier, Wahlberg popped in on one of our TMZ Tour buses and sent the group into a frenzy ... but just imagine the reaction if he was shirtless then too.
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And Freddie Highmore is is at the centre of that, playing the iconic role of Charlie Bucket in the 2005 version of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory alongside Johnny Depp's Willy Wonka.
However, fans couldn't believe how much he'd changed from his 13-year-old self when he hit the red carpet at the Golden Globes 2018 on Sunday night.
Highmore, now 25, rocked a similar hairstyle to his Charlie days.
However, he was every bit the man as he rocked a dashing tuxedo.
TRANSFORMATION: Freddie Highmore looked a lot different at the Golden GlobesWARNER BROS PICTURES
ICONIC: Freddie played Charlie Bucket in the 2005 film “Remember when Freddie Highmore was just little Charlie Bucket at the chocolate factory?”
Twitter userThe actor, who has also starred in Finding Neverland and TV show Bates Motel, looked a million dollars as he graced the red carpet.
Fans took to Twitter while watching the event to voice their shock at the star's transformation.
One said: "I stil..
Happy Holidays! Celebs like Steph & Ayesha Curry, the Kardashians & more shared their Christmas cards on social media for us all to enjoy! See all of the festive family photos!Seeing as how Hanukkah ends tonight, Dec. 20, and Christmas is five days away, you’ve likely already opened your mailbox to find cards with “Happy Holidays” written across a photo of the family who sent it. But even if you haven’t received a pic of your cousins in Santa hats and ugly sweaters, there are plenty of famous families who want to wish you a Happy New Year. From the British royal family to America’s equivalent (i.e. the Kardashians), there are plenty of celebrities who have taken to social media to share their festive family photos with the world.
Steph, 29, and Ayesha Curry, 28, used announcement design website SimplytoImpress to make their adorable family photo, which the cookbook author shared with her Instagram followers. “Excited to show everyone our 2017 holiday card. Tried SimplytoImpress.com thi..
As well as attending the premiere, the royals visited the set of The Last Jedi during production.
And movie heroine Rey, played by Daisy Ridley, was tasked with showing the Force fans around. “I mean I’m not great at small talk,” she quips.
“So it was a bit awkward at the beginning.”
“But the thing that is wonderful is, we are just on the poster, but there are thousands of people who work far longer and harder than we have on it.
ROYAL HEIR FORCE: The royals visited the set of The Last Jedi during production “It was a bit awkward at the beginning”
Daisy Ridley“So to take the princes around the creature workshop, the prop space, wardrobe and people who aren’t usually recognised, that felt pretty cool for me.”
For Mark Hamill (also known as Luke Skywalker) meeting William and Harry was an opportunity to settle an old score.
The Jedi veteran explains: “Something had been bothering me since (1983’s) Return Of The Jedi. When they told us that Carrie and I are brother and sister I..
'Heavyweights' Salami SamDead at 36 1/10/2018 7:26 AM PST EXCLUSIVE
"Heavyweights" actor Joseph Wayne Miller, who played Salami Sam in the '90s hit has died ... TMZ has learned.
Miller's mother, Patricia, tells us her son died in his sleep Tuesday in Chicago. We're told his girlfriend found his body. So far the cause of death is unknown ... but Patricia says he suffered from sleep apnea.
Joe's character, Salami Sam, was one of the campers at Camp Hope ... a weight loss camp for kids.
Miller's only notable acting credit was "Heavyweights," a classic that also starred Ben Stiller, Judd Apatow and Kenan Thompson.
Miller was 36.
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