Bruce Jenner is sporting blue lipstick, his favorite Kris Jenner wig and shaped eyebrows for his new movie role.
Jenner scored a part in the upcoming flick, "The Hungover Games," which spoofs "The Hunger Games" and "The Hangover" along with other films like "Ted" and "Django."
He plays one of the weird futuristic "Hunger Games" play-by-play announcer guys alongside former NFL star Hank Baskett.
No word when the film will be released, Bruce has previously acted in several projects including "CHiPs," "Murder She Wrote" and "Can't Stop the Music."
Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt blew $10 million.
The reality couple made the money starring in "The Hills." They now say they blew the money on nights out at expensive restaurants, shopping sprees and Heidi's numerous plastic surgeries.
Pratt admits that the pair had delusions of grandeur and at the height of their fame even compared themselves to Jay Z and Beyonce.
They now regret blowing through the money.
Universal Pictures has thrown in the towel. Production on Fast & Furious 7 has been shut down indefinitely. The cast and crew was just notified yesterday.
There are simply too many question marks. How shall the movie proceed without their leading man, Paul Walker? When will the cast be emotionally prepared to return? Can script doctors and film editors cobble together a decent movie?
Is it too ghoulish to market a street-racing movie when the star actor died in a super-charged Porsche GT?
The studio execs admit they don’t know when shooting will resume. (quote) “At this time we feel it is our responsibility to shut down production on Fast & Furious 7 for a period of time so we can assess all options available to move forward with the franchise.”