Danny DeVito: Predictably Buying A Sports Car

Little People, Big World star Danny DeVito is celebrating his life as a single man now even more than during his 30-year marriage to Rhea Perlman.

Instead of taking showers with blonde extras from 90’s movies, he’s got his eye on a sports car equipped with the custom-made midlife crisis interior.

From a “friend” of DeVito’s, to Radar.com:

“Danny can be quite the flirt and because of his powerful status in Hollywood, he’s not ashamed to abuse his position and chat-up young, aspiring woman looking to make it in the industry.”  Continue reading “Danny DeVito: Predictably Buying A Sports Car”

Dwarf Divorce Alert: Danny DeVito And Rhea Perlman

After 30 years of marriage, Danny DeVito and Rhea Perlman are separating.

The two met 42 years ago in 1970 and began dating shortly after.

Over the span of their marriage, they’ve starred in Taxi and Matilda together and have watched each other in Cheers and It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia. Let’s also not forget Junior.

A rep for the couple (who would be 10’1″ if they stood on each other’s shoulders) confirmed that they filed for divorce but did not cite a reason.  Continue reading “Dwarf Divorce Alert: Danny DeVito And Rhea Perlman”

Damn, I Was Hoping For A ‘Junior’ Sequel

There’s a Twins sequel in the works! Arnold Schwarzenegger and Danny DeVito are both on board for the second installment which will be called Triplets. It gets better – Eddie Murphy will play the third brother!

In case you don’t remember or weren’t alive, here’s the synopsis: Julius (Schwarzenegger) and Vincent (DeVito) are fraternal twins created in a secret genetics lab experiment. The goal was to create the “perfect child” using sperm from various donors.

Turns out, the twins, who were separated at birth and are at first unaware of each other’s existence, were a failure in that one is perfect and the other is a fat bald gnome with a criminal past.

Eddie Murphy would assume the role of yet another lost sibling. The character will probably be similar to Tower Heist’s “Slide.” Ivan Reitman, who directed Twins, will produce.