Showing posts with label Mel Gibson Jail. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Mel Gibson Jail. Show all posts

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Mel Gibson Joins Cast of Hangover 2

Mel Gibson is attempting to make a comeback, and has chosen one of the most anticipated comedies in years to appear in. Gibson will appear in the Hangover 2 as a tattoo artist. It will be Gibson's first work since his scandal with exgirlfriend Oksana Grigorieva.

It appeared Gibson's career was finished after his threatening tapes to Grigorieva were leaked to the press and his latest project was shelved. Gibson was not the first choice to make a cameo, the film makers originally wanted Tiger Woods. Gibson's cameo should make for good camera time, especially if the disgruntled star is willing to poke fun at himself and the allegations against him.

The Hangover 2 is set to be released on May 26, 2011 and will return its all-star cast from the original. Hopefully Gibson's cameo will be as well received as former boxing great Mike Tyson's was in the first installment.

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Mel Gibson Episode Proof Celebrities Held To Higher Standards

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By now most people have heard parts, if not the entirety of, Mel Gibson’s angry rant over the phone to his now ex-girlfriend Oksana Grigorieva. While harsh words from Gibson that have been leaked to the public are nothing new, this latest episode is proof that fair or unfair, today’s celebrities live under a much different microscope than those in the past.

Gibson has made headlines in the past with his rants about Jews and African-Americans, however this latest rant – which involves death threats and plenty of foul language – may be the most detrimental to the actor’s career. The audio tapes of the couple’s argument are in the hands of authorities and charges of domestic violence may be the next step in the process.

While Gibson’s rant clearly deserves to be given to authorities, the fact that it has been leaked to the general public shows the microscope today’s celebrities live under. With networks at E focused on every step, especially misstep, a celebrity takes, actors, musicians and politicians live in a much different world than those of the past did. Fair or unfair, Mel Gibson’s acting career is likely over, and hopefully his behavior and consequences serve as an example to both celebrities and the general public alike.


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