Breakdowns: Madonna Called Someone "Enslaver" During 12 Years A SlaveS

Madonna gets banned from a movie theater for poor use of insults; Charlie Hunnam drops out of 50 Shades of Grey because no reason, definitely not cold feet or anything; Bill Murray won't be able to come to your parties for a few weeks—he's got a REAL job to do—and Edward Norton will be trying to save a show that should be taken out back and humanely shot between the eyes.

  • Your crazy drunk aunt that should just go home Madonna was texting up a storm during a New York Film Festival screening of 12 Years A Slave. When someone asked her to stop, she snarled "It's for business... enslaver!" Because no one would understand what enslaving feels like better than a Detroit girl pretending to be British. Oh Madge. She has also been banned from the Alamo Drafthouse cinema chain until she apologizes. [DailyMail]
  • Sons of Anarchy star Charlie Hunnam dropped out of 50 Shades of Grey this weekend. Sources say he got cold feet from the media frenzy surrounding him, and not the idea of battering a 24 year old and then having thousands of menopausal women rubbing one out to it. [THR]
  • Bill Murray has joined the cast of Cameron Crowe's super secret film that everyone already knows about anyways, Deep Tiki. [Vulture]
  • America's cutest curbstomper Edward Norton will be hosting the spooky Halloween episode of Saturday Night Live, marking his hosting debut with Janelle Monae. He will not be shaving his head and playing basketball for an hour a half, no matter how many times I have begged NBC for this. [THR]

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