Crush Links: ‘Wall Street’ Takes Over Cannes

Shia LaBeouf

  • Greed is pretty. Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps was the main event at the third day of the Cannes Film Festival, with Shia LaBeouf, Carey Mulligan, Michael Douglas, Salma Hayek, Benicio del Toro, Kate Beckinsale, Martin Scorcese and Michelle Yeoh hanging out on the movie’s red carpet. (Vulture)
  • Meanwhile, Michael Douglas’ son Cameron was moved to a minimum security “prison camp” in Pennsylvania to serve his five-year sentence for selling drugs. (Radar Online)
  • Bret Michaels comeback tour! First stop: Oprah on Wednesday, then the Celebrity Apprentice finale Sunday, and back to touring with May 28. (People)
  • What a cutie! Check out these snaps of Drake as a kid from the upcoming MTV show When I Was 17. (Perez Hilton)
  • The three guys who are suing Lindsay Lohan for allegedly taking them hostage during her wild DUI ride in 2007 have offered her a bizarre settlement: stay sober for two years and get some of your settlement money back. Is this what it will take to get Lindz clean? (TMZ)
  • Jimmy Fallon does one of our favorite impressions, Mick Jagger. To Mick Jagger. (Huffington Post)
  • The Tudors‘ star Jonathan Rhys Meyers has a history of getting kicked off planes. The latest: United Airlines has banned the hard-drinking Irishman from flying their friendly skies. (DListed)
  • Tokio Hotel guitarist Tom Kaulitz admits to OD-ing on Viagara. Ye-ow. (Huffington Post)
  • Former Food Network chef Juan Carlos Cruz has been arrested for trying to get homeless people to kill someone for him. Really? Those things actually happen? (TMZ)

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