Saturday, July 25, 2009

A Little Anti-Religion does you good

from digital spy:

Brad Pitt has revealed that he does not believe in God.

The Inglourious Basterds star has said that he doesn't spend his time thinking if there is a God because no one truly knows.

Pitt told Bild: "No, no, no! I'm probably 20% atheist and 80% agnostic. I don't think anyone really knows. You'll either find out or not when you get there, until then there's no point thinking about it."

The 45-year-old actor, who has six children with Angelina Jolie, has also admitted that the couple owns a giant bed for his children to join them in the morning.

He said: "Yes we have a three-metre wide bed, but even that isn't big enough. They all come crawling in the morning. It's just about surviving! We all have sleep deprivation."


John Travolta is close to losing his faith in the Church Of Scientology, it has been claimed.

The Hollywood actor has been a loyal follower of the controversial religion for the past 34 years, but is believed to be rethinking his devotion following the death of his 16-year-old son Jett.

Jett, who allegedly suffered from autism and epilepsy, passed away during a family holiday in the Bahamas on January 2.

Scientology critic Rick Ross told the Daily Mail: "There have been strong rumours coming out of Scientology that John Travolta is disappointed that the religion was not able to help his son more. It's led him to question his faith."

He continued: "I think it would be very difficult for John Travolta at this stage, given his history with the religion, to extricate himself from the Church of Scientology. It would be a huge move on his part because Scientology keeps files on its celebrity members containing embarrassing personal information about them.

"And Scientology has proven in the past that it has a penchant for releasing that information to embarrass people who have left and who have said things it doesn't like. If celebrities leave, they tend to do it quietly and keep their mouths shut, because if they do speak out, they are opening themselves up to attack from Scientology.

"That's why I think Travolta will want to keep his problems with the Church private."

*plus, Travolta prolly doesn't want the $citards trying to sue him for some would be a huge loss for them, yet again. I hoope the best for him and hope that ultimatly he does leave the C of $. Carry on!*

Here's some Colbert win for you:

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