Take that, Iggy Azalea versus Papa John's.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
Tells The Daily Beast she "[doesn't] need anything from Eminem."
Jim Carrey directly addressed the rumors about tension between him and Tommy Lee Jones when they worked together on 'Batman Forever'.
Dave Grohl and Courtney Love took their beef squashing to the next level with a $10,000 wager over who can get the most strippers.
Despite the fact that he's had beef with Nickelodeon for at least the last year, Marc Summers still wants to host a new 'Double Dare' show.
Yep, that's pretty much the entire story right there in the headline.
Time to go home everyone, Jon Voight has solved Israel.
A rep for Kiefer Sutherland and a Fox official have denied Freddie Prinze Jr.'s claim that the '24' star is an unprofessional drunk.
Joan Rivers and Kristen Stewart are currently engaged in an EPIC BEEF over the former's insinuation that the latter juggles married men's balls.
Avi Arad demands credit for "single-handedly putting together the Marvel slate."
Inside the epic beef between '12 Years A Slave' director Steve McQueen and writer John Ridley, leading to their Oscar night diss-fest.
George Clooney discusses his soon-to-be legendary beefs with Russell Crowe and Leonardo DiCaprio in the new issue of Esquire.
After going Twitter silent since July 24th, Sylvester Stallone screeched back into action today, announcing that The Expendables 3 is dropping Bruce Willis and picking up Harrison Ford.
Last night Shia LaBeouf went on David Letterman, and Dave, to his credit, wasn't Shia (sorry) about asking The Beef about his public feud with Alec Baldwin.
Luther Campbell, aka Uncle Luke, is surely best known for writing songs like "Me So Horny" and "Pop That Coochie" with 2 Live Crew, but he has warranted mention on this site a few times before, like when he starred in a Sundance short where he has sex with some naked zombies.
Unless you're well versed in obscure celebrity beefs, you might not remember that, as of last March, Human Centipede director Tom Six had planned to sue his star, Dieter Laser, for breach of contract for pulling out of The Human Centipede 3.
Over the weekend, Spike Lee told Vibe TV that he won't be seeing Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained, because it's disrespectful.
If the 24-hour news cycle wasn't a joke before, it certainly is now.
For a guy who once said "I don't change my style for anyone.
Bret Easton Ellis wrote Less Than Zero, Rules of Attraction, and American Psycho, and for that he'll always have my respect (I also enjoyed Lunar Park, though Glamorama was absolute drivel).