Weird Celebrity News: Robert Pattinson Is A Hoarder, Seth Rogen Writes Film About A Sausage
September 28th, 2013 1:03pm EDT
Weird and unusual things sometimes happen in the lives of celebrities. Here's a roundup of this week's strangest stories...
"Twilight" star Robert Pattinson has an unusual obsession: he collects suits. The problem? He's wears them only once and then doesn't get rid of them.
He recently told Britain's Sunday Express: "I only ever wear them once so I have a storage unit with about 1,000 suits. Occasionally I'll give them to friends, but, to tell you the truth, I'm a bit of a hoarder. I find it really difficult to give things away."
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Samuel L. Jackson lost his virginity at the ripe age of 10 (or 11) to a teenage girl.
He told Playboy magazine: "There was a family of girls who lived through the woods from us, and we all used to meet at this creek and swim naked. I was about 10 or 11. I think two of the girls were about 14, 15, so that's when it happened."
He added: "Girls were interesting to me, period. They could be fat, skinny, tall, short, ugly, beautiful - as long as they were willing to do that thing."
Olivia Newton-John had an exorcism at her house in August after a contractor died on her property. He shot himself by the pool while no one was home.
The actress hired a Catholic
priest to perform a ritual and cleanse the place of bad spirits.
A real estate agent told the Daily Express newspaper: "Unfortunately
there is a grim notoriety to the house and people are put off by that. Whoever buys the home will always know that someone blew their brains out in there. It is not the nicest housewarming present."
Seth Rogen is making an R-rated animated film about a sausage called "Sausage Party." The movie will center on a lonely sausage's journey to discover the truth about
his existence after falling out of a shopping cart.
The film is based on an original idea by "This Is The End" director Evan Goldberg, Rogen and their fellow Superbad star Jonah Hill.
Sony hopes to release the film in 2015.
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