Mantenna - Thursday, December 2
Kirsten Dunst’s sex scene gets cut from her new movie, Grammy nominations are announced, and LeBron James goes back to Cleveland...the Mantenna can't be tamed!
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Kirsten Dunst’s Sex Scene Cut
After a two year absence, Kirsten Dunst is back. The 28-year-old actress is returning to the movie theater in All Good Things. In an interview with Vanity Fair, the actress talks about her return to acting and her sex scene with Ryan Gosling in All Good Things. The Spider Man star appears nude in the film and filmed a scene where her character goes down on Mr. Gosling’s character. She tells Vanity Fair, "What happens is, I come into the shower with Ryan, and for my character, it’s a smart ploy…What happened in the shower scene, she comes in and we start making out, and I gesture that I’m going to go down on him. And then I do.” Unfortunately the scene did not make the final edit of the flick. Dunst says, “The scene did get cut out. Not that we showed everything, but you saw what I was doing to him.” What a shame. [Vanity Fair]
Disney Town Records First Murder
A sad milestone has passed in Celebration, FL the town Disney built. Since being built 14 years ago, the town which surrounds Walt Disney World has been homicide free. That changed Tuesday when the body of a 58-year-old man was discovered. According to the Osceloa County sheriff’s deputies, Matteo Giovanditto was killed over the Thanksgiving weekend. The man’s black Corvette was also discovered missing. Twis Lizasuain, a sheriff's spokeswoman says, “This is very rare and unusual for a crime of this magnitude to occur in this community.” Law enforcement official are yet to make an arrest. They have located Giovamditto’s car in a neighboring Orlando neighborhood and are continuing their investigation. Sounds like a case for Mickey Mouse. [Yahoo]
Grammy Nominations Announced
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The 2011 Grammy nominees have been announced and Eminem leads the pop pack with 10 nominations including Album of the Year, Record of the Year and Song of the Year. New kid on the block Bruno Mars received seven nominations while Jay-Z, Lady Antebellum and Lady Gaga all tied with six. Jigga is nominated for Record of the Year for "Empire State of Mind." Lady Antebellum and Lady Gaga were also both nominated for Album of the Year. This is the 53rd edition of the award show and it airs on February 13 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on CBS. [Grammy]
ESPN is Doing their Darndest to beat “LeBron James Back to Cleveland” Story to Death
In case you missed the nine consecutive hours of ESPN-hosted programming this morning, LeBron James is playing in Cleveland for the first time since leaving town. The worldwide leader in LeBron-tertainment notes that “Simply put, the Cavaliers are a shell of what they once were. They've lost five of their past seven games -- not great timing with the country focused on James' return to Cleveland on Thursday.” Things get more dramatic after that. [ESPN]
Pittsburgh Steelers Coach Understands the Value of a Dollar
James Harrison has been fined $125,000 for illegal hits this year, taking his annual salary down to just over $3 million in 2010. His head coach, Mike Tomlin, worries that it may not be enough to feed and educate his children. “He's got two kids. That's some serious college schooling right there potentially for those kids 16, 18 years from now.” Yes, how will he possibly survive? [Yahoo]
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