The Charge of the Light Brigade

October 25, 2011 by staff · Comments Off 

The Charge of the Light Brigade, It was a metaphor, people! Alexis Stewart, daughter of Martha SNE, was on “The Today Show” on Monday to clarify a remark in his memoirs that “grew up with a glue gun pointed at my head.”

“There is no glue guns,” said Stewart, 46. “I wish I had been -. It would have been more fun”

The editors of “Whateverland” Stewart’s book (co-written with Jennifer Koppelman Hutt) on growth daughter of his mother, well supplied a catchy piece for the media: “I grew up with a glue gun pointed at head if he did something. well that had to do it again. ”

In the book, Stewart also revealed that mom made you wrap your own gifts without looking inside (“never was worth watching”), to avoid having to hand out candy for Halloween and always left the bathroom door open when he had to go No. 1.

Unfortunately, we fear that the latter is not a metaphor.

Stewart told “Today” that his mother “worked hard and was a perfectionist and I have no problem with that.” It was unclear if there was a problem with the bathroom door open.

Martha Stewart seems to have no qualms about the revelations, saying in his own television show earlier this month that “Whateverland” is “fun and rewarding and full of funny stories. … I encourage you to buy it, read it and make a bestseller. “The book was published last week.

Remarries Williams: The actor and comedian Robin

Williams was in the Napa Valley this weekend to marry a third time.

Williams, 60, married graphic designer Susan Schneider on Sunday at the Meadowood Resort in St. Helena. They met in 2009, just before Williams had surgery on the heart, according to British newspaper The Guardian, Schneider helped him recover at his home in Los Angeles.

Us Weekly reported that guests at the ceremony included directors Steven Spielberg and George Lucas and comedian Billy Crystal.

Williams was previously married to Valerie Velardi, with whom he has a son, and Marsha Garces, who has a son and a daughter. Their divorce was finalized Garc├ęs last year.

TOGETHER AGAIN: Fourteen years after his screenplay for “Good Will Hunting”, led to fame and an Oscar, Ben Affleck and Matt Damon are said to be gathering in a film project.

The Daily Beast reports of the two pads of Boston are connected to a Warner Bros. biopic of Whitey Bulger, organized crime figure who was on the FBI ten the most wanted list for 12 years until his arrest in June.

Damon would star in, direct, Affleck and Affleck’s brother, Casey, co-star. The three appeared on screen in “Good Will Hunting,” which won the award for best original screenplay for the Academy of Ben Affleck and Damon. “Boardwalk Empire” creator Terence Winter is handling the script Bulger.

The film would be Damon and Affleck first worked together, as their false “Good Will Hunting” roles in “Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back” in 2001.

Q LOVES U2: The rock band U2 has something new to brag about – winning Q Magazine greatest act of the last 25 years prize.

The annual music awards for best-selling music monthly Britain held in London on Monday, and the Irish quartet was one of the notables at the ceremony music.

Artist in the UK at the moment, the singer-songwriter Adele won two awards, for best female artist and best song for his song “Rolling In The Deep”. Did not attend as the event comes just two weeks after she was forced to cancel their U.S. tour due to throat problems.

Coldplay was voted the best act in the world today, although singer Chris Martin disagreed with the award. “U2 is the best band in the world at this time. We are about seven,” he said.

Convalescent LYNN: Loretta Lynn is out of hospital and resting at his home in Hurricane Mills, Tennessee

A statement issued Monday by Loretta Lynn Enterprises says the dean of country music has been treated for bacterial pneumonia. The 76-year-old was forced to cancel a concert in Ashland, Kentucky, on Saturday due to illness.

He awoke in his tour bus around 1:30 am Saturday is having difficulty breathing. She was treated at a Bowling Green, Kentucky, the hospital over the weekend and released.

“It was a night of fear,” Lynn said in a statement.

She says she is feeling better and back on the road Nov. 3 in Knoxville, Tennessee