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Owen Wilson's Rep Shoots Down Rachel McAdams Romance Reports

August 13th, 2010 9:04am EDT
Owen Wilson
Owen Wilson's representative has denied the actor has fallen for Rachel McAdams while filming the latest Woody Allen movie.

The pair reportedly got together while shooting Allen's latest work, Midnight in Paris. British tabloid reports stated they had been spotted flirting and enjoying each other's company off-set.

However, the Wedding Crashers star's publicist has shrugged off the reports, telling GossipCop.com they are "false".

Both stars are notorious for meeting lovers while working on movies - Wilson started dating Kate Hudson after they appeared in You, Me & Dupre together, whi...
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On Again, Off Again Celebrity Couples Spotlight

March 20th, 2009 9:22am EDT
Kate Hudson & Owen Wilson
When it comes to relationships, Hollywood is comparable to high school. Everyone dates everyone else and when they break up, it's the hottest gossip of the day. The hot couple goes from being engaged to non-speaking terms faster then Renee Zellweger and Kenny Chesney's marriage. The new "it" couple breakup and get back together more times than Lindsay Lohan has been to rehab. Here are the most on again, off again Hollywood couples.

Kate Hudson & Owen Wilson

After rumors of Kate's infidelity to her husband, Chris Robinson, she and Owen hooked up after the filming of You, Me and D...
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Three Of The Coolest Characters On TV

March 25th, 2008 2:00pm EDT
Jim from The Office
It appears that television has hit its stride. With a multitude of channels and various formats for presentation, including watching programs on demand or online, shows now have a range and quality that is unmatched in previous times.

In recent years, there have been hour-long dramas such as Lost, 24, The Shield, Nip/Tuck, The Wire, and The Sopranos that captivated audiences and left them wanting more. Furthermore, there are several half-hour sitcoms that are undeniably hilarious. Shows like The Office, 30 Rock, South Park and Scrubs provide many laughs for an eager audience. Even pro...
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Kate Hudson & Owen Wilson: Back On?

March 7th, 2008 4:23pm EST
Kate Hudson
Celebrity romances are either fabricated stories for the press, a way to sell magazines, or denied by the couple's publicists until the time is right, which is usually when there is a visible ring on a starlet's finger or a baby bump. That is unless you're Tom Cruise and you want to profess your undying love by jumping on a couch on the Oprah Winfrey show!

In the case of Kate Hudson, 28, and Owen Wilson, 39, recent sightings together have raised eyebrows for the one time admitted couple. Could they be hooking up once again? Is this just a publicity stunt? Does Kate feel bad that she p...
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The Top Ten Oddest Athlete Cameos

March 6th, 2008 11:45am EST
The Fridge in G.I. Joe
We have to say, the process of compiling a list of the best athlete cameos has been done to death. We get it; Keith Hernandez was hilarious in Seinfeld (he was), and Mr. Burns' All Star softball team episode of The Simpsons is a classic (it is). We wanted to delve a bit deeper though, really flesh out some more obscure and odd cameos' from our favorite stars in the world of sports.

10. Wade Boggs - Cheers

- Arguably the greatest stunt Gary's Old Town Tavern ever pulled on the gang at Cheers. In an effort to "bury the hatchet" Gary sends over what everyone at Cheers assumes is a Wa...
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Wilson, Brody And Schwartzman Star In 'The Darjeeling Limited,' On DVD Feb. 26

February 10th, 2008 10:00am EST
The Darjeeling Limited
A magical train ride through India brings three brothers closer together despite their family baggage in The Darjeeling Limited, a powerful story of self-discovery debuting on DVD February 26 from Fox Home Entertainment.

Featuring an amazingly talented cast including Owen Wilson (You, Me and Dupree, Wedding Crashers) Academy Award® winner Adrien Brody (The Pianist), and Jason Schwartzman (Marie Antoinette, Shopgirl) as estranged brothers who plan a trip through India to rediscover their familial bond a year after their father's death. A comedic series of unexpected twists and turns in...
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Movie Review: 'The Ex' Is A Flat, Desperate Comedy

May 10th, 2007 3:04pm EDT
The Ex
The Ex isn't so much a movie with a plot as it is a filmed series of situations in which Zach Braff a) injures himself, b) humiliates himself, or c) both.

Borrowing early and often from Meet the Parents and You, Me & Dupree, this desperate comedy finds Braff starring as bumbling straight man Tom (sorta like his role on Scrubs), who always manages to say and do the most painfully awkward things around his wacky in-laws and co-workers, people with whom he's never in sync.

Most of these moments involve Chip (Jason Bateman), the chipper high school boyfriend of his wife, Sofia (Amand...
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