TATTLE IS SHOCKED it lasted this long, but after two years, 40-year-old former Daily News intern Bradley Cooper and 23-year-old model Suki Waterhouse are ending their relationship.
So says E! News.
The pair had their public coming out as a couple at the "American Hustle" premiere in December 2013, after reportedly already dating for nine months.
The timing for the split is good because awards season is over for Bradley and Suki has a role in "Insurgent," opening today. Good time to get your name out there.
See Gary Thompson's "Insurgent" review on Page 25.
Disney catches Mo'ne pitch
Taney Dragons pitching sensation Mo'ne Davis will be the subject of a Disney Channel movie.
The network says that development is underway on the biographical film, titled "Throw Like Mo" - which also could have been the Mariano Rivera story. It will tell the story of the 13-year-old who last summer made history as the first girl to pitch a shutout in the Little League World Series and also become the first Little Leaguer to make the cover of Sports Illustrated.
Mo'ne will consult on the movie, which is looking for a young actress to play hardball. She better know how to pitch or it's going to look silly.
The Philippines is imposing a "weed bond" on One Direction.
The Bureau of Immigration has asked Zayn Malik and Louis Tomlinson to post bonds worth nearly $5,000 each, which will be forfeited if they are caught using, promoting or possibly implying to promote illegal drugs during a concert in Manila this weekend.
It follows a request by the local Anti-Drugs Advocate group to the bureau to strictly scrutinize the band's concert permit following a video that circulated on the Internet of Malik and Tomlinson purportedly smoking marijuana.
Update: The Philippines need not worry about Zayn. Numerous websites favored by One Direction fans claim that he has quit the tour due to stress over a story that he cheated on his fiancee. He says the story is nonsense.
But he may not be so stressed if the Philippines would let him smoke his weed.
* Penn & Teller said yesterday that they will play the Marquis Theatre on Broadway from July 7 to Aug. 16. Tickets go on sale on April 16.
Actually, only Penn said it.
* CNN says that Joseph Gordon-Levitt has signed on to produce and star in a film adaptation of the '80s cult TV favorite "Fraggle Rock."
* The 53 contestants in last year's Miss America pageant will carry out public service projects next month in a nationwide day of service.
The Miss America Organization says that the April 18 Miss America Serves event will raise money for Children's Miracle Network Hospitals while helping local groups around the country.
Volunteering at Children's Miracle Network hospitals; cleaning up parks, beaches and neighborhoods; assisting youth and senior organizations; visiting nursing homes; collecting clothes; stocking food pantries and feeding the homeless are some of the things the contestants will do.
* SPIN magazine reports that more than 60,000 fans of the Glastonbury Festival have signed a petition for the fest to cancel Kanye West's headlining performance the last Saturday night in June.
Petition-starter Neil Lonsdale wrote, "This egotistical, maniacal, disgrace was a clear oversight," he continued. "There is still time to correct this."
"We spend hundreds of pounds to attend Glasto, and by doing so, expect a certain level of entertainment," the petition reads.
"Kanye has been very outspoken on his views on music . . . He should listen to his own advice and pass his headline slot on to someone deserving! Let's prevent this musical injustice now!"
* In his new memoir, So That Happened, Jon Cryer claims that his then-"Two and a Half Men" costar Charlie Sheen helped secure Cryer prostitutes after
Cryer's marriage ended.
Sheen is what the one-percenters refer to as a job creator.
- Daily News wire services
contributed to this report.
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