More recently, she was linked with her Wrestler co-star, the 56-year-old Mickey Rourke. “There was no truth to it, and it was so annoying,” says Wood, now 21, who is back with Manson after “taking some time” away from the relationship. Of Rourke, she says: “The friendship was intimate and nice, and this makes it weird.” (Source)
And Perry explained her illness to the audience: "I'm so sick right now, but they said I should show up because something special might happen. Thank you to everyone at my record label. (I proved) I work pretty hard because I want to die right now." (Source)
"I was so nervous and didn't know what it was going to be like," she told Us. "I was afraid I wouldn't remember how to play Donna [her character].
"But I got halfway through the first scene and was like, 'Oh, wow - there she is!'" added Spelling, whose multiple episodes begin airing Apr. 14. "She has been in me this whole time. She's been hiding in there for 8 years and never left." (Source)
"I'm so into it," Barrymore said while promoting her new star-filled romantic comedy, He's Just Not That Into You. "I’m so into it—Charlie's Angels III!"
"It's percolating up," said Nancy Juvonen, Barrymore's Flower Films producing partner. "It's rising to the surface." (Source)
“There are times I don’t even remember that particular show. This is horrible to say, but there are times when I laugh my rear end off,” Aniston says of watching “Friends” reruns in the upcoming New York Times Magazine. “And I get in debates with people who are over and say, ‘ “Friends” is not my thing.’ Excuse you!” (Source)
"One is a sexy firefighter. He can be a regular firefighter guy," she says. "Then we have an Egyptian."
Their third idea? "It takes a little imagination here," Carey tells Ray. "I would be chocolate chip cookies. "It's just like a two-piece little number, and it's made out of the chocolate chip cookie fabric," she says. "Then you have actual cookies sewn on." And is Cannon a glass of milk then, Ray asks. "He made this up and he was only kidding, but I liked it," says Carey, adding, "he would be a milk carton with a missing sign over his head." (Source)
"Matt is rarely seen without a bottle or can of beer in his hand — he likes to unwind with friends. They surf and down beer after beer." But his neighbors want him to give it up, the sources says.
"The kids who play on the beach think Matt's cool because he's in movies," the insider says. But the parents think he's a bad influence. "They don't want their sons and daughters watching Matt get tipsy. Matt thinks they are overreacting. He says he's a dad, too, and they should mind their own business." (Source)