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Originally posted 01/10/2011 05:25PM
There's going to be a new addition to Owen Wilson's life: He's going to be a father!
"Owen Wilson and Jade Duell are happy to be expecting a baby," his rep tells PEOPLE.
Wilson and Duell have been dating for more than a year, according to Entertainment Weekly.
This will be the first child for the actor, 42, who currently stars in Little Fockers.
Originally posted 11/15/2010 10:00AM
Following the success of 2006's Cars, which took place along U.S. Route 66, Disney/Pixar is taking the film's sequel overseas.
The computer-animated 3-D flick, which hits theaters June 24, 2011, features the voices of Owen Wilson as race car Lightning McQueen and Larry the Cable Guy as Mater the tow truck in an action-packed World Grand Prix to determine the fastest car in the universe.
"When I was traveling around the world, doing publicity for Cars," says the film's director (and the studios' chief creative officer) John Lasseter, 53, "I couldn't help but laugh thinking of [tow truck] Mater lost in the maze of Tokyo streets, driving on the wrong side of the road in England or navigating the gigantic roundabouts in Paris."
– Mary Green and Dahvi Shira
Originally posted 08/13/2010 02:45PM
How do you know Reese Witherspoon is one lucky leading lady? The actress, 34, is adding two more polished actors to her repertoire of hunky male costars – Owen Wilson and Paul Rudd.
In her latest rom-com How Do You Know, which hits theaters in December, Witherspoon's character is caught in a love triangle. She plays a professional softball player who can't decide who to love or how to live her life. "Most girls' plan is to meet a guy, love, have a baby," she says in the trailer, "but I don't know if I have what it takes for everybody's regular plan."
Originally posted 03/04/2010 09:30AM
Summer may be months away, but Rachel McAdams could be spending hers with Owen Wilson.
The pair, who created palpable chemistry in the runaway 2005 comedy Wedding Crashers, might be costarring again – this time in the upcoming, as-yet-untitled next movie by Woody Allen, scheduled to shoot in France this summer and already starring Wilson and La Vie en Rose Best Actress Oscar winner Marion Cotillard, according to the Hollywood Reporter. France's First Lady, Carla Bruni-Sarkozy, has also been mentioned as a cast member, the Web site Cinematical reports.
As it is, 2010 is shaping up to be quite busy for McAdams, 34, who's already scored with Sherlock Holmes. Also ahead for her: shooting Terrence Malick's untitled movie, with Christian Bale and Javier Bardem, and costarring with Harrison Ford in Morning Glory, to be released Oct. 28.
– Blane Bachelor
Originally posted 05/15/2009 09:20AM
Hamlet? Richard III? A Streetcar Named Desire's Stanley Kowalski? Just who did inspire Owen Wilson when it came time to reprise his role as the cowboy Jedediah in Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian?
"I watched a lot of Yosemite Sam," the actor, 40, told PEOPLE at Thursday's premiere of the movie at the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C. And the best part of playing a miniature cowboy was "knowing you were never going to hear from the director, 'Owen, that was too much!' It's like the guy's over the top. So, however kind of loud and Yosemite Sam-like you can be, it's going to be good."
Originally posted 03/03/2009 11:15AM
Presidential polls are like, so 2008. Which perhaps is why AOL's men's lifestyle site Asylum.com recently asked who is the celebrity most guys wish to party with.
Of the more than 83,000 respondents, 40 percent named Megan Fox, while 31 percent chose Tina Fey.
Trailing the Transformers star and the 30 Rock lifeforce, respectively – and by quite a distance – are Paris Hilton, Penélope Cruz, Kim Kardashian and Lindsay Lohan.
Originally posted 03/01/2009 12:30PM
Owen Wilson and Jennifer Aniston went barking up the wrong tree Saturday in Germany.
When the Marley and Me stars appeared on the popular German variety show Wetten, dass …?, they ended up with a mouthful of dog biscuit.
The show asks celebrity visitors to bet whether a special guest can perform the talent they claim to have. This time, it was a German woman who boasted that she could identify each of her team of Husky dogs by the sound of them lapping up soup. Wilson didn't believe she could do it, while Aniston bet on her.
Then the show's host, Thomas Gottschalk, told them that whoever lost the bet would have to eat a few dog biscuits. "I wish I had known the stakes first," Wilson said.
Originally posted 02/26/2009 03:05PM
After a low-key weekend of bike rides and late night dinners in Paris,
Owen Wilson and very on-again girlfriend Kate Hudson took their French break on the road – for a run along the Normandy coastline.
Heading 90 miles north of Paris on Tuesday, the same day that Wilson's Marley & Me costar Jennifer Aniston flew into Paris, the couple mixed sightseeing with small restaurants, picturesque ports, and shopping, and found time for a walk among the crosses lining the U.S. cemetery above Omaha Beach.
After making the two-hour drive, Wilson, 40, and Hudson, 29, stopped first in the port of Trouville-sur-Mer, settling in at the town's celebrated portside terrace restaurant, Les Vapeurs. "They were like any normal young couple," one staffer tells PEOPLE. "She held his hand and they were very nice, no pretensions."
Originally posted 02/09/2009 02:35PM
Hollywood's on-again, off-again couple – Kate Hudson and Owen Wilson – are on yet again.
"They're back together," a source tells PEOPLE of the pair, who spent all of Sunday together at Wilson's Malibu home. Also there: Hudson's 5-year-old son Ryder.
Hudson, 29, and Wilson, 40, most recently re-united in Feb. 2008, when they appeared cozy at last year's Academy Awards. The two continued to hang out for several months – even celebrating Hudson's birthday in Miami – before breaking up again in May 2008.
Originally posted 11/03/2008 02:30PM
Jennifer Aniston has nothing but compliments for her Marley & Me costar Owen Wilson.
"Owen Wilson is so divine in this film," the actress tells the L.A. Times. "I've never seen him play a part like this. He was a man; he was a husband; he was a father."
In a reference to some of Wilson's personal struggles, Aniston adds, "I feel like, how brave of him, to walk through the year that he walked through."
Wilson was hospitalized in 2007 for an apparent suicide attempt. Marley & Me, due out Dec. 25, is one of his first roles since the incident.
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