11:15 AM EDT 11/25/2013
Originally posted 07/08/2008 10:40AM
Personal questions were strictly forbidden at the Italian premiere of Get Smart on Monday – but that didn't stop one reporter from asking the movie's star, Anne Hathaway, "Was the separation from your ex-boyfriend painful?"
The actress's former flame, Raffaello Follieri, remains in prison, awaiting trial on a dozen counts of wire fraud conspiracy and money laundering. And while Hathaway, 25, has continued with her publicity tour, she has steadfastly refused to discuss the split.
After the reporter lobbed the question, Hathaway remained silent and attempted a faint smile.
But, as if on cue, her costar Steve Carell valiantly stepped in to declare: "In my role of agent [for] Miss Hathaway, I would like to say that she does not answer questions relating to this subject."
– Kate Stroup
Originally posted 10/25/2007 10:30AM
Originally posted 10/19/2007 04:20PM
Steve Carell is worn out – but he couldn't be happier about it.
"I am cramming as much as I can into the shortest period of time that I can," Carrell, who stars in The Office and the new movie Dan in Real Life, told Ryan Seacrest Friday morning on his KIIS FM radio show.
Originally posted 08/20/2007 02:30PM
Christie Brinkley has put her Bridgehampton mansion, known as Tower Hill, back on the market, the New York Post reports.
Originally posted 12/14/2006 02:00PM
For Brad Pitt, Will Smith, Clint Eastwood, Meryl Streep, Sacha Baron Cohen and the other Golden Globe nominees, Thursday morning's news might have come before dawn, but it didn't take long for the reality to set in.
Originally posted 11/17/2006 11:30AM
Steve Carell would have a problem working in a real office: He's a technophobe.
Originally posted 08/28/2006 11:20AM
Par for the course, some winners spoke too long onstage and got the hook – in the form of exit music – after winning their Emmys on Sunday night, but backstage at the Shrine Auditorium the stars could take their time having their say or even lighting up.
Originally posted 08/29/2005 06:00AM
Former Daily Show correspondent Steve Carell, 42, has finally made it to Hollywood's equivalent to the anchor chair: his own leading role in a No. 1 movie. In The 40-Year-Old Virgin, the actor – who previously stole scenes in Anchorman and as the boss in the NBC comedy The Office – looks for love and gets his chest waxed for the camera. PEOPLE recently caught up with Carell and got the scoop on the funnyman's "sweet" flick, his hair-removal technique and his wife's (actress Nancy Walls) reaction to his happy face.
Originally posted 01/29/2004 11:05AM
After a reputed three-month talent hunt, NBC has finally found employees for "The Office," a pilot loosely based on the BBC's Golden Globe-winning comedy series, says the Hollywood Reporter.
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