Wall Street Journal

Dev Patel Mistaken For Kal Penn In Wall Street Journal ‘Lion’ Movie Review

Truth rating: 10
Dev Patel Kal Penn Lion Review

Dev Patel and Kal Penn, both of whom are of Indian descent, were mixed up in the Wall Street Journal’s review of the new film Lion, in which the former actor stars. The mistake was quickly pointed out on social media, and even acknowledged by Penn himself.

Kim Kardashian Slams Wall Street Journal For Ad Denying Armenian Genocide

Truth rating: 10
Kim Kardashian Wall Street Journal

Kim Kardashian slammed the Wall Street Journal as “reckless” for running an ad that denied the 1915 Armenian Genocide. She further expressed that the publication profiting from the Armenian genocide was “shameful.”

Angelina Jolie: Brad Pitt And I Are “Dorky Mom And Dad”

Truth rating: 10
Angelina Jolie WSJ Magazine Interview

Angelina Jolie says she and Brad Pitt are a “dorky mom and dad.” Check out the new interview here!

Emma Stone: Random People Emailed, Texted Me After Sony Hacking Leak

Truth rating: 10
Emma Stone Sony Hack

Emma Stone says she was contacted by random people after her email and phone number were leaked online in the wake of the Sony hacking. Find out more here.

Cara Delevingne On Tabloid Scrutiny: “It Makes Me Never Want To Step Outside”

Truth rating: 10
Cara Delevingne tabloids partying

Cara Delevingne opens up about the constant tabloid scrutiny, the downsides of modeling, and finally going after her dream of being an actress in a new interview. The 22-year-old model is no stranger to having photos of her splashed across tabloids and blogs with headlines ripping apart her personal life. “It makes me never want to step foot outside ever again,” says Delevingne.

Christian Bale To George Clooney: “Stop Whining” About The Paparazzi!

Truth rating: 10
Christian Bale George Clooney Paparazzi

Christian Bale slams George Clooney in his WSJ Magazine cover story, criticizing his fellow “Batman” actor for complaining about the paparazzi and tabloid culture. Clooney has been vocal about his displeasure with invasive photographers who then sell the unsanctioned photos to the tabs, and in WSJ’s December/January holiday issue, Bale calls Clooney’s gripes “boring.” See here.

Julia Roberts: “I Don’t Consider Myself A Celebrity”

Truth rating: 10
(WSJ. Magazine)

Julia Roberts opens up about her children, the death of her half-sister, and the problem with fame in a new WSJ. magazine cover interview.

“We’re just grateful for the sense we have of being like any other family down the street,” she says of her relatively quiet family life in Malibu, raising three children with cinematographer husband Danny Moder. “I don’t question it, frankly.”

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