Blind Item (23/04/2016)

The first episode of this A-list TV show has leaked onto the deep web. Expect to see the news story breaking very soon as it reaches more mainstream websites.

What is it?

22/04/16 Box Office Predictions


Time to predict the box office of the upcoming weekend. We have a couple of interesting prospects — The Huntsman: Winter’s War, The Jungle Book and Barbershop 3. Let’s get down to it.

The Jungle Book

Budget: $175 M

Rotten Tomatoes: 94%

Current Box Office: $357.8 M

Domestic Box Office: $125 M

Weekend Box Office: $103.5 M

Box Office Prediction: $60 M

Comments: The Jungle Book should add healthy ammount to its toll this weekend, retaining 1st position against the odds and competition.

The Huntsman: Winter’s War

Budget: $115 M

Rotten Tomatoes: 17%

Overall Box Office: $43.5 M

Domestic Box Office: 0

Weekend Box Office: 0

Box Office Prediction: $35 M

Comments: The first instalment of this series opened to $56.2 M back in 2012 and I walked out of the theatre because it was so dire. I can’t see it doing nearly as well, even with the addition of Emily Blunt and Jessica Chastain. With Theron and Hemsworth earning a $10 million paycheck each for this, I expect this to be an embarrassment for the pair of them.

Barbershop: The Next Cut

Budget: $20 M

Rotten Tomatoes: 93%

Overall Box Office: $24.2 M

Domestic Box Office: $24.2 M

Weekend Box Office: $20.2 M

Box Office Prediction: $12 M

Comments: Another flop at the box office, the Barbershop 3 has done pretty poor thus far, despite phenomenal reviews. It’ll have a decent weekend before it drops off completely.

See you on Monday!

Blind Item (22/04/2016)

Donald Trump is about to secure a very shocking celebrity. If you don’t consider them A-list, you’d definitely have to consider them A-list in the past. It’s going to controversial as hell and I can see it causing a lot of backlash in their personal life. They’re currently considering how to announce the endorsement. It might be over Twitter.

Any guesses?

Prince has Died


Prince has died at the age of 57. The music legend was discovered this morning at his party mansion and recording studio in Minesota. He was rushed to hospital five days ago with symptoms of the flu. Police are currently investigating the cause of the death.

Rumours are circulating that it’s due to AIDS, but whatever it may be our thoughts and prayers are with his friends and family.

The WWE Failed Chyna and Here’s Why



The story has broken  and it is a sad one: WWE / WWF legend, reality star and wrestler Chyna has died tragically at the age of 46 after a suspected overdose. It’s news far too familiar for wrestling fans. Just this year the wrestling world lost another legend (Axl Rotten) to an overdose and there are countless other incidents of former WWE performers perishing far too earlier due to the demons substance abuse. Whilst I agree it isn’t the responsibility of the WWE to baby their former performers and the WWE-sponsored rehab offered to some former performers deserves nothing but praise, I feel they failed Chyna by ostracising and punishing her.

Born as Joanie Laurer in New York in 1969, Chyna suffered a difficult childhood. After her parents divorced when she was four, Chyna experienced a myriad of step-parents (three stepfathers and one stepmother) and different homes. It was during her teenage years that Chyna first claimed to have been the victim of sexual abuse, claiming an older teacher kissed her and then later in her college years claiming to have been raped multiple times.

It is after college and those difficult teenage years, Chyna began to excel. She entered the independent wrestling circuit at the age of 25 and soon garnered a reputation for her size and ability to wrestle against males. Within two years, Chyna was wanted by some of the biggest wrestling federations in the world and after declining a contract offered by the WCW, she signed to the WWE (then WWF) to a contract and debuted as the bodyguard of Hunter Hearst Helmsley better known as Triple H and a member of DeGeneration X alongside Shawn Michaels and X-Pac.

Towards the end of her life, it was clear Chyna was in a very bad way. She’d made several  allegations against former boyfriend, fellow WWE legend Triple HHH of domestic abuse, and against former boyfriend, fellow WWE legend X-Pac of rape. It is widely disputed, but it was the behaviour of an out of control woman fighting back against a company that had privately persecuted her and publicly ignored her.

For those of you who don’t know, Chyna was only in the WWE between 1997-2001, but she made an impact like no other. Her popularity and success soared, scoring much outside attention, and even the WWE themselves have admitted she “left a lasting legacy as the most dominant female competitor of all time.”

And yet Chyna wasn’t ever placed into the WWE Hall of Fame. And yet, unlike the majority of WWE legends, Chyna never reappeared in the WWE again, even for a one off appearance.

The reason for all of this was explained by ex-boyfriend and now WWE Vice President Triple H on Stone Cold Steve Austin’s WWE podcast. After admitting Chyna deserved to be within the Hall of Fame, Triple H alluded to her pornography career as the reason for her absence, saying: “It’s a bit difficult, though, and this is the flipside of the coin — and this is the side nobody looks at — I’ve got an eight-year-old kid, and my eight-year-old kid sees Hall of Fame, and my eight-year-old kid goes on the Internet to look at Chyna. What comes up? And I’m not criticizing anybody. I’m not criticizing lifestyle choices. Everybody has their reasons. I don’t know what they were. I don’t care to know. It’s not a morality thing or anything else. It is just the fact of what it is. That’s a difficult choice.”

It fails to hold weight when you remember just who is in the WWE Hall of Fame. Hulk Hogan, a performer that was caught on camera using racial epithets and having sex. Mike Tyson, a man convicted of rape. Steve Austin, a man arrested and charged for domestic abuse on an ex-wife. I do not think Hogan and Austin should be removed from the Hall of Fame, but I do not think Chyna should be discriminated against for her choices either. The WWE is honouring people on their achievements in wrestling, not their choices outside of it.

Why wasn’t Chyna inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame, then? Many reasons have been offered, but the one most parties agree on is Chyna’s relationship with one of the WWE’s top performers and now Vice President, Triple H. Chyna and Triple H lived together and had dated for several years until Triple H allegedly began an affair with Stephanie McMahon, the daughter of WWE Chairman Vince McMahon. The affair led to Chyna’s departure from the WWE and it is her rocky relationship with Triple H and Stephanie McMahon that is believed to have prevented her induction.

Chyna wanted to be inducted to the Hall of Fame badly. “I have contacted the WWE several times over the years. They have not responded back,” read one Tweet. Another: “If the WWE was ever to say that I was going to be inducted, either as part of the groundbreaking [sic] DX or as an individual. Well, my answer would be what a friend of mine us to say in the ring, O HELL YEAH!”

Is the WWE and its hierarchy solely to blame for her problems? Absolutely not, but it does have to accept some responsibility. Who knows what the induction could’ve done for her? If the WWE reached out and offered her a legends contract where she could make occasionally appearances? If they’d offered her the WWE-sponsored rehab that they’d offered to so many? It might just have put her back on the right path. To me, the recognition she deserved seems like that’s all she ever wanted, but the WWE refused to put aside the backstage politics to allow it, and that is how I feel the WWE failed Chyna.

A posthumous induction is speculated this morning and Chyna could be placed in the WWE Hall of Fame  as soon as next year or a couple of years from now, but Joannie Laurer, a woman that wanted recognition for her achievements, won’t be alive to see it.


Blind Item Revealed

A decision has been made to slowly phase this A-list fighter out of the company. Their heart is no longer in the game and the hierarchy knows it.

Who is the A-list fighter?


Conor McGregor of UFC

Blind Posting: February 15th 2016

I guess this story has broken in a big way. Conor McGregor has announced his retirement from mixed martial arts last night on Twitter, stunning the fighting world. The truth of the matter is McGregor’s heart was no longer in the game, as we said. He lost his motivation for it and UFC knew it. A tell-tale sign was his considerable weight gain before his most recent bout. It set off warning signs in the UFC hierarchy and they figured things were wrong.

McGregor suffered his first loss within the company to Nate Diaz, a fighter he really was expected to beat, last month.

Blind Item (19/04/2016)

You may like this A-list TV actress, but trust me when I tell you she’s no friend of yours. She’s had a decent run with several successful TV shows, but it’s only one A-list TV show that she’s really known for. An A-list model-trying-to-act joined the cats and our A-list TV actress bullied her and made her feel so bad that she quit the show several episodes early.

Who is our A-list TV actress?

Who is the A-list model-trying-to-act?