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Quotable: Liev Schreiber Felt Some Sexual Tension With Angelina Jolie

“I hadn’t known her very well at all. In the beginning, I think I was very intimidated and kind of nervous. I get uncomfortable around famous people and beautiful women, and she was kind of a double threat. I felt like the important part of the job for me was to develop familiarity with her because that was the humanizing factor. We bonded over kids very quickly. I have two small kids and she has small kids and it quickly became, ‘Oh you’re doing time-outs now? That’s just teething.’ And all the sexual tension went out of the room. All the anxiety about her being very famous and a super-human celebrity kind of went away and I found this very nice easy person that I could relate to.”

—Liev Schreiber talks about working with Angelina Jolie on “Salt.” Here’s hoping he feels more sexual tension with his gorgeous lady, Naomi Watts. [Celebitchy] Keep reading »

Quotable: Patti Stanger Says Jessica Simpson’s New Man Is After Her Dollar$

“Forget the marriage issue! Can the guy get a job? Now he’s after her money, and that girl is rich! Really richy, rich.”

Millionaire Matchmaker Patti Stanger isn’t impressed by the apparent love that has developed between Jessica Simpson and Eric Johnson in the seven weeks they’ve been together. An unnamed source agrees with Patti, telling Us Weekly, “He does have a lot to gain from being with Jessica. He wants the limelight. He may be manipulating the situation.” [Us Weekly] Keep reading »

Quotable: Trying To Pick A Rehab? Ask Courtney Love

“We were at a dinner party, and it was a discussion at the table about the best rehabs in America. We talked about Promises. If you want to know which rehab to go to, ask me. I’m the Condé Nast Traveler guide to rehabs.”

Courtney Love dished about a conversation she had with Alexander McQueen and others about rehab facilities. Having been “unwell,” as she calls it (twice!), Courtney should know a thing or two about getting sober. [WWD] Keep reading »

Quotable: Cameron Diaz Likes Relationships In 5-Year Increments

“Who would want to be with the same person for 80 years? Why not break it up a little bit? I think people get freaked out about getting married and spending 20 or 30 years sleeping with the same person but if that’s the case, don’t do it. Have someone for five years and another person for another five years. Life is long and lucky and yes, love might last forever, but you don’t always live with the person you love forever.”

– Cameron Diaz explains her philosophy on monogamy. I’m just relieved she’s not bragging about all the boning she’s doing. [Contact Music] Keep reading »

Quotable: Jon Hamm Reflects On Sexism Now Versus In The ’60s

“There’s a cordialness that men had when dealing with the opposite sex, even when they were being blatantly sexist. It’s a weird conundrum. But that’s been replaced with men treating women like absolute garbage.”

Jon Hamm once again proves that he is one of the greatest specimens on planet earth and calls out men both today and in the ’60s for being dogs [NY Post] Keep reading »

Quotable: Stella McCartney Is Slightly Embarrassed By Her Job

“I used to get embarrassed about the fact I liked fashion. I still get a bit cringy. I’d sit at dinner parties and people would say to me, ‘So what do you do?’ and I’d be like, oh design! When I fill passport forms I put ‘design.’ I don’t say fashion. But don’t get me wrong, I love my job!”

Stella McCartney knows how those who live, breathe, and eat fashion can feel when talking about their profession to, say, a diplomat, or in my case, a journalism professor. [Fashionista] Keep reading »

Quotable: Calvin Klein’s Francisco Costa Says Waifs Are So Over

“Calvin Klein originally started the whole waif moment and not much has been done since then … Lara was our exclusive four years ago. We’ve never had someone who really represented our houses and all our licensees in the same way. She is very current, very beautiful and very womanly. It’s time for that persona and for that body. She’s divine, gorgeous and we will support her in that.”

– Calvin Klein’s Francisco Costa on model Lara Stone’s more curvy figure and its place in high fashion. It’s good to see that even Calvin Klein, the brand that hired a nearly-naked, teenage Kate Moss to usher in the era of the waif, is broadening its approach in terms of weight. Lara Stone’s “curvy” physique is still totally slim, but she’s at least got the sort of body type that every day women are more likely to relate to — you know, not emaciated. [Vogue UK] Keep reading »

Quotable: Jennifer Love Hewitt’s Mom Thought Her “Crack Ho” Role Was “Hilarious”

“She thinks it’s hilarious. She was like, ‘So let’s review … For 15 years people have been talking about your boobs. Earlier this year, you wrote about your hoo-ha in a book. Now you’re playing a crack ho on TV.’ She was like, ‘Do you think maybe you could do an animated movie next?’”

Jennifer Love Hewitt dishes on her mom’s reaction to her Lifetime flick “The Client List,” which aired last night. Did anyone watch? What did you think? [People] Keep reading »

Quotable: J-Woww Has Mixed Feelings On Sweaty Sex

“Hot and sweaty is the greatest with the right person. But if it’s the wrong person, ugggh, it’s disgusting. It’s like, OK, not working. Get away from me and shut the door behind you.”

Jenni “J-Woww” Farley on having sex during the hot and sticky summer in the latest issue of Maxim. Jessica and I debated this topic before — she was pro sweaty sexy, while I was anti. Where do you stand? Also, what happened with Jenni’s belly-button? [Maxim] Keep reading »

Quotable: Tim Robbins Is Pushing Through His Mid-Life Crisis

“I asked myself the question, ‘What is it that will make you happy? What is it you have not done that you will regret not doing?’ A midlife crisis—I think we all go through something, it’s inevitable, it’s unavoidable. You’re staring some kind of frightening thing down. It’s when you pass 40, inherently we double our age when we think about life. At 40 you can imagine 80. You start thinking about how many years you’ve got left, and you start thinking, ‘What the hell am I doing here?’ … I was thinking about calling [the album] ‘The Mid-Life Crisis Album’, but then I thought that’s not going to sell any copies. Then I thought, ‘How about Songs of Love and Misery?’”

Tim Robbins explains what made him want to make an album in the year after his split from Susan Sarandon and the implosion of a movie project. His tunes will be out sometime later this year. [Celebitchy] Keep reading »

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