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Jason Wallis Coverage of celebrity meltdowns often lack focus, fairness

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Jason Wallis

Posted: Friday, March 18, 2011 8:51 am

I was supposed to review “Battle: Los Angeles,” but due to a litany of reasons I ended up skipping the multiplex this week (I will venture back next week for a look at “Paul” — in the meantime, just see “Rango” again). I could carry on about tight work schedules and tsunami-induced cinematic apathy — both of which were certainly factors in my decision — but mostly I just didn’t wanna.

Which is just as well, because I’ve been putting off tackling a certain sensitive subject for far too long now: the epidemic of celebrity meltdowns. I have neither the time nor the inclination to dissect every recent instance of celebrities behaving badly, but there are a few stories that have caught my eye and warrant some brief commentary. Let’s do this case-by-case:

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