Castle star Stana Katic just got married to her longtime boyfriend, and now her costar, longtime bachelor Nathan Fillion, has found romance, too. The Daily Mail reports that the 44-year-old actor is dating former Anger Management actress Krista Allen after the two met on the set of the ABC series when she made a guest appearance. Allen, who famously dated George Clooney from 2002 to 2006, has a 17-year-old son from her first marriage to someone who is not famous.
THE EX FACTOR
Ever wonder what went wrong between Susan Sarandon and ex Jonathan Bricklin? Just watch his AOL Originals series Connected for answers. Bricklin, who still co-owns NYC ping-pong club SPiN with the Oscar winner, were still dating but having issues when they filmed the docuseries late last year. “Whenever we’re in public I still can’t help feeling like I’m her sidekick,” confesses the 37-year-old of the 68-year-old star.
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Now that Pamela Anderson and Rick Salomon are officially divorced, they are going to try to be civil to one another. In a statement released Wednesday, the two apologized for any “hurt or embarrassment” they caused their families. The Baywatch star filed for divorce from the poker player in February, and then got a restraining order against him a month later. The two were married for the first time back in 2007 but had the whole thing annulled a few months later.
When a group of American Indian actors walked off the set of an Adam Sandler Netflix movie last week, their decision generated praise and scorn on social media. Eight actors quit the production of the satirical Western The Ridiculous Six over complaints about offensive names and religious scenes, saying they couldn’t participate in a movie depicting a Native American woman urinating while smoking a peace pipe. On social media, activists used the hashtag #NotYourHollywoodIndian to denounce Sandler’s project and to thank the actors for their “bravery.”
A Texas trooper has sued his bosses after being reprimanded over his photo with rapper Snoop Dogg at South by Southwest. Department of Public Safety Trooper Billy Spears filed the civil lawsuit Wednesday, alleging retaliation by DPS, Director Steven McCraw and several executives. The suit says Spears was working off-duty security when an assistant for Snoop, who has several drug possession convictions, took the photo in March and posted it on Instagram.