“Extra’s” Renee Bargh caught up with Mel Gibson at the L.A. premiere of his film “Machete Kills.”
Gibson, who plays an arms dealer in the action flick, set the record straight on recent headlines that he had an altercation with Malibu police. Mel explained, “Everything was fine… I think they had a run-in. I think they like that idea. It wasn’t a run-in for me, it was just a routine traffic stop.”
“Gangster Squad” star Sean Penn and friends like Richard Gere and Mel Gibson are on a continuing mission to help the people of Haiti, following the third anniversary of a devastating 7.0 earthquake.
The actors gathered in Los Angeles for the Help Haiti Home Gala to raise money and awareness for the J/P Haitian Relief Organization.
Visit JPHRO.org to find out how you can help.
Mel Gibson helped Britney Spears when she was in trouble a few years ago and now he might be offering a hand to Lindsay Lohan too.
The “Braveheart” actor told “Extra’s” Jerry Penacoli that he has reached out to LiLo in the past and “I may again.” When it comes to Lindsay’s recent run-in with the law, Mel said, “Well, we all know about that. It takes one to know one.
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Actor Mel Gibson was spotted having dinner with one of the wealthiest women in Los Angeles on Wednesday.
Gibson and Formula One Heiress Petra Ecclestone grabbed a bite to eat at Boa on Sunset Blvd. Ecclestone’s husband, James Stunt, was also there, and Petra’s sister, Tamara.
Mel explained, “It's kind of mindless in a way, but at the same time it’s got something going on.”
Maria also asked Gibson if they remade “Braveheart,” who would he like to see in his role? The actor laughed, “Danny Trejo, the machete-wielding man in a dress!”
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“Machete Kills” opens in 2013.
“Extra’s” Maria Menounos was exclusively on the closed Texas set of “Machete Kills,” talking with star Mel Gibson and director Robert Rodriguez about the highly anticipated indie sequel.
“Extra’s” Maria Menounos went all out for her 34th birthday, hosting a Hawaiian-themed bash at her Encino pad. The L.A. luau featured hula girls, fire dancers and even some exotic animals.