Brett ratner dating alina puscau
Alina Puscau is a lingerie model, the singer of “When You Leave,” (the sultry version of “Numa Numa”) and the girlfriend of Brett Ratner, director of X-Men: The Last Stand.
The two—well, three if you count Alina’s mannequin—show us that Helmut Newton’s world is still sexy.
Producer Emmanuel Benbihy is also very excited about Ratner’s segment in “New York, I Love You,” which stars James Caan. The honorary chairmen are Universal Pictures chief Ron Meyer and CBS head honcho Les Moonves. Condolences to Eddie Levert, the founder and lead singer of the O’Jays, and all of his family.
Guests dined on Cipriani’s delicious cuisine, but the ice cream birthday cake was from Carvel! Two good guys from the movie biz will be honored this month by the (American) Museum of the Moving Image: Showtime’s Matt Blank and Focus Features’ James Schamus, who’s also an award-winning screenwriter. His 39-year-old son, Sean, died Monday after falling ill during a short jail stay in Cleveland for nonpayment of child support.
At the end of 1972, she got her own place as her relationship with Browne had become strained.
One night, Joni claimed that Browne had “dissed her” on stage at the Roxy.
She has appeared on the cover of Playboy, and released a debut single and music video titled "When You Leave," which samples the popular dance theme "Dragostea din tei".
She also just released a new single to i Tunes called "Red Light" on June 29, 2010.
She cut herself up and threw herself against a wall and got completely bloodied — glass broke.What’s worse is that Weller reports that prior to the suicide attempt, Mitchell confided in a friend that the normally placid Browne had struck her.The pair had gone on the road as a performing duo just before Browne’s second album, his first bestseller, took off. Mitchell had been bunking at producer David Geffen’s house, Weller writes.Boyd told Martin Lewis that Wood said: "Nothing's changed. UMG dodged a bullet on this one, but I think in the long run it makes more sense. ”Rush Hour"/"X-Men"/"Family Man” director Brett Ratner’s elegant 39th birthday dinner Saturday night at Cipriani Downtown is still getting raves.