Mantenna - FBI Investigates Leaked Celebrity Nude Pics

March 17, 2011
FBI investigates leaked celebrity nude pics, Darren Aronofsky quits The Wolverine, and Randy Moss professes love to his ex…the Mantenna is going HAM!

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FBI Investigates Leaked Celebrity Nude Pics

The FBI believes a single hacker is targeting celebrities and distributing their private material online. The announcement comes in the wake of more nude pics of Disney starlet Vanessa Hudgens being released online this week. The Feds interviewed Hudgens yesterday for more than an hour to try and determine how her Gmail account was hacked. TMZ is reporting that 50 celebs have been targeted by the hacker and that list includes: Vanessa Hudgens, Ali Larter, Busy Philipps, Scarlett Johansson, Miley Cyrus, Emma Caulfield, Addison Timlin, and Renee Olstead. Sources have told TMZ the hacker’s “primary motivation is the thrill and challenge of it all -- not the money.” The FBI says they are close to zeroing in on the culprit. [TMZ]

Sandra Bullock Digs Deep

Sandra Bullock is not only America’s sweetheart; she also has a big heart. The Academy Award-winning actress has reportedly donated $1 million to help victims of the recent devastating earthquake and tsunami in Japan. The huge donation is the largest known donation to the American Red Cross since the disaster. The Red Cross released a statement thanking the actress, saying, “The American Red Cross is extremely grateful for this generous support from Sandra Bullock and her family. This contribution is vitally important as the Red Cross works to provide critical assistance and essential relief items in this time of urgent need for so many people in Japan.” Bullock has a history of donating big money to natural disaster victims. Last year she donated a similar amount to help Haiti and has also donated money to rebuild schools in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina. [People]

Darren Aronofsky Quits Wolverine

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In some of the saddest news for legit comic book fans, director Darren Aronofsky has officially dropped out of the upcoming reboot of Wolverine. "As I talked more about the film with my collaborators at Fox, it became clear that the production of The Wolverine would keep me out of the country for almost a year,” he announced in a statement via The Hollywood Reporter. “I was not comfortable being away from my family for that length of time. I am sad that I won't be able to see the project through, as it is a terrific script and I was very much looking forward to working with my friend, Hugh Jackman, again,” he went. I think I’m gonna cry. This would’ve been so rad. [THR]

NHL Player Breaks Neck, Hoping to be Back in a Few Weeks

Remember that horrific clip of a Montreal Canadiens forward getting his head snapped off by Zdeno Chara? Well, he’s trying to get back on the ice. Like, soon. TSN reports “Doctors have told the team Max Pacioretty will be able to resume training, with contact, in three to five weeks, coach Jacques Martin said Thursday. With three weeks left in the regular season, it raises the possibility that the 22-year-old winger can rejoin the squad for the first or second rounds of the playoffs.” On a totally unrelated note, 37 MLB pitchers will visit the injured reserve with sore shoulders within three weeks of the baseball season.” [TSN]

Randy Moss Professing Love to his Ex

Randy Moss has seen what else is out there and he doesn’t like it. The star receiver has explored his options and ultimately wants to come back to his first love. “I think that just the success as a wide receiver and everything that the New England Patriots [team stats] stand for, you know, I’m a big fan of Bill Belichick’s,” Moss told former Vikings teammate Erin Henderson, who hosted the show. “I really am, and not just on the field. I’m a fan of his off the field because, you know, the little grouchy man that you see on-camera is not what you see off-camera.” A single tear then rolled down his face as he announced plans to stand outside of Robert Kraft’s house with a boombox over his head. [Boston Herald]