Shyamalan's film dominates 2011 Razzie Awards
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M Night Shyamalan's The Last Airbender took top dishonours at the Razzies, taking away five Golden Raspberry Awards.
The Razzies are famous for Hollywood's Oscar spoof mocking the year's worst performances.
The fantasy action film about people who can control fire, air, water and earth stole the show, despite making 320m dollars at global box offices reports the BBC.
Shyamalan who won an Oscar nomination in 1999 for The Sixth Sense -- adapted the film from the animated television series Avatar: The Last Airbender.
"He managed to take a cartoon property and make it even less lifelike by making it with real actors," said Razzies founder John Wilson.
"Most people who like the show, and this would include my 14-year-old son hated the movie. It made no sense whatsoever," added Wilson.
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Image: A scene from The Last Airbender
Charlie Sheen shopping $10m tell-all book?
Troubled actor Charlie Sheen is reportedly hunting for a 10-million-dollar deal to release his memoirs.
He reportedly told gossip TMZ that he wants to lift the lid on his eight years on his hit TV show Two and a Half Men in an explosive book -- titled 'When The Laughter Stopped'.
He will reportedly reveal all about behind-the-scenes events -- and wants negotiations with publishers to start at 10 million dollars, reports the New York Post.
CBS and Warner Bros cancelled the rest of this season's production Thursday after the actor publicly criticized its creator, Chuck Lorre.
Sheen is still contracted to CBS for next year, reportedly for 1.2 million dollars per episode of the sitcom.
Image: Charlie Sheen
Eminem 'most popular living person on Facebook'
Eminem has dethroned Lady Gaga as the most popular living person on Facebook.
The rapper has almost 29 million "likes", according to Famecount.com
Meanwhile, Gaga, who briefly held the title after unseating US President Barack Obama, is less than a million behind him.
Only the late Michael Jackson has more Facebook followers -- with just over 29 million, reports the Daily Star.
Famecount.com bosses note that Eminem's Facebook fanbase is greater than the population of Luxembourg.
Marilyn Monroe voted top Hollywood bombshell of all time
Marilyn Monroe, who died in 1962 aged 36, has been voted top Hollywood bombshell of all time.
Angelina Jolie landed the second spot while Scarlett Johansson came third, reports the Daily Express.
Welsh beauty Catherine Zeta Jones stood fourth and Salma Hayek rounded off the top five.
Over 80,000 fans also ranked Monroe ahead of such big-screen greats as British-born Elizabeth Taylor in the poll conducted by US film industry cable network Reelz.
Image: Marilyn Monroe