And when Allen gives Tawanna that requested list of all the women he's slept with, it looks like she's going to be on it.
Tattle movie news
In a casting coup that may make GOP heads spin, Jane Fonda has landed the role of Nancy Reagan in "The Butler," the movie detailing the life of longtime White House butler Eugene Allen, who will be played by Forest Whitaker.
FoxNews.com reported the casting. Fonda is a longtime liberal activist who was labeled "Hanoi Jane" after posing with the enemy during the Vietnam War.
Philadelphia native Lee Daniels ("Precious") is on board to co-write and direct.
* In other interesting casting news but in a far-less-interesting project, E! Online says that Chloe Moretz ("Hugo," "Kick-Ass") will take on Sissy Spacek's role of Carrie in an unnecessary remake of the horror flick.
"Never been so happy in my life!" Chloe tweeted Tuesday.
That's how a lot of girls feel when they get asked to the prom.
* The Pakistan-India feud continues.
Pakistan has banned the Indian film "Agent Vinod" a few days before its scheduled release, likely because of its critical portrayal of Pakistani generals and spies. They are shown providing support for the Taliban in Afghanistan and scheming to set off a nuclear suitcase bomb in India's capital.
" 'Agent Vinod' is for Indians, but it is not against Pakistanis," said the movie's lead actor and co-producer, Saif Ali Khan, in an interview with the Indo-Asian News Service. "But I understand if they get upset because we are beating them up quite often in the film."
Agent Vinod has been dubbed "India's James Bond."
* Now that it's sucked out every possible drop of publicity, the Weinstein Co. plans to release "Bully" on Friday without a rating from the Motion Picture Association of America, meaning that some theater owners may choose not to show it.
The MPAA gave the film an R rating for language and declined to change it when the Weinstein Co. appealed. That inspired teen activist Katy Butler to start an online petition seeking a PG-13 so more young people could see the movie.
She has collected more than 475,000 signatures.
"The MPAA said they wouldn't drop the 'R' rating unless this language was removed," Katy said. "But nothing can remove it from the halls and playgrounds of schools where bullied students hear it each day, except education and exposure."
In a move of incredible tone- deafness, the Parents Television Council urged theaters to not show the unrated film.
Because what good is potentially saving a bullied child's life if that child then hears a curse word?
* TMZ.com reports that in order
to pay her rent, Nadya Suleman, better known as Octomom, has been paid $10,000 to pose topless for the European women's magazine, Closer.
For a bigger payday, eight 3-year-olds with milk moustaches should pose with her.
- Daily News wire services
contributed to this report.