Weekly Juice– P. Diddy’s Revolt, Suri Cruise’s Burn Book, Sushi Nozawa Closing and More.
- Sushi Nozawa is closing after 20+ years. The Studio City sushi hot spot that is infamous for its no cell phones, no children, no send backs policy has provided scant details as to why. Speculation abounds. Get it before it’s gone – Feb, 29. via LA Eater
- Philippe vs Mr. Chow — the million dollar stolen recipe goes to trial - The Wrap
- In a resolution that ends a story that arguably started years ago, WME has reportedly been ordered to pay somewhere between $20-30M in damages for the leasing fiasco regarding the 6-story office building over on Beverly Drive - Nikki Finke
- It’s official - Hillary Rush is leaving LA for the East to set up shop in the Berkshires. Sales in LA will run throughout February and the last store will be fully packed up by March – with everything else shifting to web until the Berkshire store officially opens.
- Dakota Fanning and Elle Fanning have both signed on as clients with WME (see image right).
- Cast of “Lovelace” will include Sarah Jessica Parker (who will replace Demi Moore), Amanda Seyfried and Peter Sarsgaard (Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedmen to direct).
- P. Diddy has announced he has teamed up with old-time MTV programmer Andy Schuon to produce Revolt which will offer simply music news and music- like the MTV of old. Comcast will distribute and the current plan is to launch on 12/12/12. via Perez Hilton
- Matthew Broderick reprises his role as Ferris Bueller for car ad – NY Mag
- HBO’s Girls has a premiere date – Lena Dunham’s new comedy series Girls, executive produced by Judd Apatow, debuts April 15, 2012 at 10:30pm – HBO
- Prada has also announced this week the grand opening of the “24 h Museum” which Francesco Vizzoli designed along with AMO. An invite only dinner on January 24 marked the opening of the museum. - New York Times
- Quite possibly our favorite event on the annual social calendar — the World Economic Forum in Davos each year attracts more businessmen and decision makers than any other event on the planet — Your guide to Davos: Financial Times & UK Gauradian
- Last but not least, if you are female and went to high school (or watched Mean Girls) you have made or seen a ‘burn book’ …. we caught wind of this genius tumbrl which surfaced regaling readers of how Suri REALLY feels about all the other Hollywood offspring — no one if safe, not even the royals! http://surisburnbook.tumblr.com/
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