02:08 PM EDT 03/03/2014
Originally posted 03/04/2007 07:45AM
He's romanced Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Garner onscreen, but in real life, Zodiac star Mark Ruffalo is happily married to Sunrise Coigney – and they're talking about a third baby.
Originally posted 02/19/2007 06:00AM
Courteney Cox and husband David Arquette, dining with singer Ben Harper and his wife Laura Dern at Il Sole in West Hollywood. "They were deep in conversation," an observer says, as the couple ate prosciutto with marinated eggplant, roasted peppers, goat cheese and olives. Adds the onlooker: "Both couples looked very much in love, or at least their respective kissing said so."
Originally posted 06/11/2004 05:00PM
Mandy Moore: I haven't figured it out yet. Maybe I'll find out one day. I'm hoping not to go (in) the other direction.
Originally posted 04/20/2004 3:17PM
At 13, Mark Ruffalo was too busy skateboarding to even think about the big screen. Now what would've seemed like a pipe dream is the 36-year-old's life: He's a movie star, acting alongside Jennifer Garner in 13 Going on 30 and even sharing the screen with Robert Redford (The Last Castle) and Jim Carrey (Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind). But while Garner gets to skip the long trip to success in their new movie, Ruffalo, whose big break came in 2000's You Can Count On Me, had to endure all the growing pains, including overcoming a brain tumor.
Originally posted 04/05/2004 5:39PM
April 6, 2004 BLOODY GOOD FUN One thing Vivica A. Fox doesn't have to worry about these days is being type-cast. The actress, 39, plays Anne Hathaway's fairy godmother in Ella Enchanted (opening Friday) – and then a week later appears briefly in Quentin Tarantino's violent action thriller Kill Bill, Vol. 2. "I was very fortunate," Fox tells Daily Insider about her Ella Enchanted role. "Originally this role was written for a 40-year-old white woman, and they said, 'We wanted to change things up.' They wanted to make it sassy, so they came and got Vivica, who you know will bring a little bit of sass." As for her experience on the Kill Bill set, let's just say it was ... different. "Gosh, I had no idea that we were going to be so bloody," she says. "Quentin kept saying, 'More blood. Spritz her!' By the end of every day I looked like black Carrie, from Carrie the movie. I just was covered in spritz and Vaseline and blood."
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