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Rachel McAdams Cringes Watching Her ‘Notebook’ Audition on ‘Today’ (Video)

9 hours ago | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Rachel McAdam is uncomfortable with even her successful moments. Or perhaps it was just seeing herself from a decade ago auditioning for a role that ultimately change her life that was too much. McAdams buried her face in her hands when Matt Lauer played for her the audition that would land her the lead role in “The Notebook.” Also read: Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams Hated Each Other on the Set of ‘The Notebook’ The one-two punch of “Mean Girls” and “The Notebook” in 2004 cemented McAdams as a bona fide movie star. And yet, she couldn't bring herself to watch her. »

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Rachel McAdams Can't Hide Her Embarrassment While Watching Her Notebook Audition Tape—Check It Out!

14 hours ago | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Last month, Rachel McAdams made waves when her audition tape for The Notebook surfaced in honor of the flick's 10th anniversary. But despite having nearly five million views on YouTube, the actress had yet to watch the clip—until today, that is.  The 35-year-old stunner stopped by the Today show on Tuesday to promote her upcoming flick A Most Wanted Man, but was unexpectedly treated to a surprise viewing party of the much-buzzed video after she confessed to never having seen it.  McAdams covered her face with embarrassment as she watched the 12-year-old clip, squirming with discomfort as she analyzed her performance.  "Why are you cringing?" anchor Matt Lauer asked. "You »

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Matt Lauer Made Rachel McAdams Watch Her 'The Notebook' Audition Tape and It Was Kinda Awkward (Video)

18 hours ago | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

Actress Rachel McAdams was put in an awkward spot during a recent visit to "Today," when she was unexpectedly confronted with her audition tape from "The Notebook," which just celebrated its 10th anniversary.

McAdams, who had stopped by to promote her new thriller "A Most Wanted Man," was caught off guard when a conversation with host Matt Lauer unexpectedly turned to her audition for the Nicholas Sparks weeper, the footage of which recently landed online. Lauer asked McAdams if it was strange to watch her younger self, and when the actress admitted she hadn't seen the tape -- "It would be weird," she said -- Lauer all too gleefully rolled the footage.

The scene shows a tearful McAdams arguing with an off-screen Ryan Gosling, and as the actress watched the clip, a split screen showed her covering her mouth in embarrassment and turning away from the footage.

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Rachel McAdams: The Hot Chick Striptease Was 'One of the Scariest Moments of My Career'

23 hours ago | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Rachel McAdams's biggest acting challenge came during one of her very first roles. The actress made her big-screen debut in 2002's raunchy The Hot Chick, playing a high school cheerleader who accidentally swaps bodies with Rob Schneider's character. And filming the climactic strip-club scene wasn't as effortless as it looked. "I remember standing backstage, dressed like a mechanic. I had a pink bikini on underneath, grease on my face, and I just remember breathing deep and thinking, Oh, my God, I have to go out there and do this striptease, as a man … as a woman," she recalls in Allure's August issue, »

- Michele Corriston

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Rachel McAdams: The Hot Chick Striptease Was 'One of the Scariest Moments of My Career'

23 hours ago | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Rachel McAdams's biggest acting challenge came during one of her very first roles. The actress made her big-screen debut in 2002's raunchy The Hot Chick, playing a high school cheerleader who accidentally swaps bodies with Rob Schneider's character. And filming the climactic strip-club scene wasn't as effortless as it looked. "I remember standing backstage, dressed like a mechanic. I had a pink bikini on underneath, grease on my face, and I just remember breathing deep and thinking, Oh, my God, I have to go out there and do this striptease, as a man … as a woman," she recalls in Allure's August issue, »

- Michele Corriston

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Rachel McAdams Loved Watching Lindsay Lohan in Mean Girls

22 July 2014 4:51 AM, PDT | icelebz.com | See recent iCelebz news »

It may have been 10 years since Mean Girls entered our hearts forever (can you believe it?!), but the movie continues to be a topic of discussion.

Such was the case when Allure magazine conducted an interview with their fresh-faced cover star for their August issue, Rachel McAdams, who played the obnoxious but amazing Regina George in the film and was also the center of rumors surrounded what it was like on set.

Apparently, reports claimed LiLo was intimidated by McAdams while shooting the iconic film.but The Notebook star found that kind of funny seeing how she was the one "in awe."

"If anything, I was in awe of her talent," McAdams told the mag. "I looked at her as this experienced actor, and she had great comedic timing, so natural. It's just funny to hear that because you never know what people are thinking. We all try to act like we've got it together. »

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Rachel McAdams Loved Watching Linday Lohan in Mean Girls

21 July 2014 10:38 PM, PDT | icelebz.com | See recent iCelebz news »

It may have been 10 years since Mean Girls entered our hearts forever (can you believe it?!), but the movie continues to be a topic of discussion.

Such was the case when Allure magazine conducted an interview with their fresh-faced cover star for their August issue, Rachel McAdams, who played the obnoxious but amazing Regina George in the film and was also the center of rumors surrounded what it was like on set.

Apparently, reports claimed LiLo was intimidated by McAdams while shooting the iconic film.but The Notebook star found that kind of funny seeing how she was the one "in awe."

"If anything, I was in awe of her talent," McAdams told the mag. "I looked at her as this experienced actor, and she had great comedic timing, so natural. It's just funny to hear that because you never know what people are thinking. We all try to act like we've got it together. »

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Rachel McAdams Was "in Awe" of Lindsay Lohan's Talent While Shooting Mean Girls

21 July 2014 9:01 PM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

It may have been 10 years since Mean Girls entered our hearts forever (can you believe it?!), but the movie continues to be a topic of discussion. Such was the case when Allure magazine conducted an interview with their fresh-faced cover star for their August issue, Rachel McAdams, who played the obnoxious but amazing Regina George in the film and was also the center of rumors surrounded what it was like on set. Apparently, reports claimed LiLo was intimidated by McAdams while shooting the iconic film—but The Notebook star found that kind of funny seeing how she was the one "in awe." "If anything, I was in awe of her talent," McAdams told the mag. "I looked at her as this »

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Remembering James Garner: See the 7 Most Memorable Roles of the Rockford Files Star

21 July 2014 1:30 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

From Westerns to war films, James Garner had a relaxed charisma all his own. As a Pow, as a gunfighter, as a private eye, Garner wore his charm like an old sweater - it never went out of style, and it always fit. In the wake of Garner's death Saturday at the age of 86, let's look back at seven of his most memorable roles, all of which showcase what critic Todd VanDerWerff calls Garner's rare ability to "make his essential James Garner-ness work in just about any situation." Maverick, 1957-1962 Though he'd had parts on the big screen for years, »

- Nate Jones

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Ryan Gosling Nail Wraps, Aka How To Have Eva Mendes' Baby Daddy at Your Fingertips

21 July 2014 9:25 AM, PDT | Us Weekly | See recent Us Weekly news »

Want to nail Ryan Gosling? There's a beauty product for that. Inni Nails custom wraps feature various options of The Notebook star at his hunkiest. Shirtless Gosling from Crazy, Stupid, Love? Check. Smoldering Gosling? Check check. Quizzical Gosling? Oh yeah. Each $9.90 set of the nail stickers consists of 30 pieces with 13 different sizes, so you can either have an accent nail featuring the sexy actor, who's expecting his first child with girlfriend Eva Mendes, or a Gosling on every fingertip. If you're not content with the selection, [...] »

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Iconic Film and Television Actor James Garner Dies at 86

21 July 2014 9:00 AM, PDT | VH1.com | See recent VH1.com news »

By Christopher Rosa 

Screen legend James Garner died of natural causes at his home in Los Angeles on Saturday. He was 86 years old. Garner’s most recent work was voicing Shazam in the 2010 short animated film  Superman/Shazam!: The Return of Black Adam; however, his extensive résumé dates back to 1956.

Garner’s most notable film roles include The Great Escape (1963), The Americanization of Emily (1964), Grand Prix (1966), the music-packed Victor Victoria (1982), and Murphy’s Romance (1985), for which he received an Academy Award nomination for Best Actor. He is perhaps best known for the television series Maverick and The Rockford Files, the latter of which won him an Emmy for his performance in 1977. Garner also played wise-cracking grandpa Jim Elgan on ABC’s 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter from 2002 to 2005.

New fans of Garner may recognize him for his work in The Notebook (2004), where he played the elder NoahDuke” Calhoun, »

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James Garner Passes Away at Age 86

21 July 2014 7:06 AM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Actor James Garner, who starred in hit TV shows such as Maverick and The Rockford Files, passed away on Saturday at the age of 86 in his Brentwood area Los Angeles home.

Born James Bumgarner in Norman, Oklahoma, James Garner became a merchant seaman before moving to Los Angeles to work at his father's carpeting business, before serving in the Korean War, where he earned the Purple Heart before his discharge in 1952. After studying business administration at the University of Oklahoma for a semester, he returned to Los Angeles to pursue a career in acting.

After landing small roles in the TV series Cheyenne, James Garner landed a contract at Warner Bros. at $200 a week, where he had a number of supporting roles before his breakout performance in Sayonara alongside Marlon Brando. That lead to his first starring role in Darby's Rangers after Charlton Heston walked off of the production.

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Speed Read: Actress Skye McCole Bartusiak Has Died at 21

21 July 2014 5:36 AM, PDT | Popsugar.com | See recent Popsugar news »

Source: Getty / M. Phillips Skye McCole Bartusiak was found dead at 21. The former child actress played Mel Gibson's youngest daughter in The Patriot. Prince George will have a "small, intimate" birthday party at Kensington Palace and he won't be getting totally spoiled. He'll reportedly get "clothes and wooden toys" from Prince William and Kate Middleton. Actor James Garner died over the weekend. He was 86 and had a long career ranging from Maverick in the '50s to the older version of Noah Calhoun in The Notebook. Jessica Simpson says she's done having kids. She shared a picture of her with her friend's son on Instagram, writing, "I love you Jack, but I do not want another!" Afterward, she Instagrammed this silly photo of her and husband Eric Johnson: Secretary of State John Kerry was caught on a hot mic criticizing the situation in Israel as a "hell of a pinpoint operation. »

- Alyse Whitney

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James Garner: In His Own Words on The Notebook, Maverick and More

21 July 2014 5:00 AM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

"There are few people on this planet I have adored as much as Jimmy Garner," Sally Field said of her costar in the 1985 movie Murphy's Romance. "He was a diamond." Tom Selleck paid tribute to Garner, who died Saturday night at age 86, by saying, "Jim was a mentor to me and a friend, and I will miss him." In his own words, Garner - who first rose to prominence on the '50s TV Western Maverick and whose star continued to burn bright on the '70s series The Rockford Files - sat down with People in 2005 to reminisce on »

- Jeff Nelson and Stephen M. Silverman

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James Garner Died at His Home at 86

20 July 2014 11:00 AM, PDT | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

James Garner passed away at his home in Los Angeles on July 19.

Actor James Garner known for his roles in The Rockford Files and Maverick has died at the age of 86.

The Los Angeles Fire Department responded at about 7:57 pm last night to an unspecified medical request at his address. West Lapd has confirmed they responded and after their investigation, it appears he died of natural causes.

Garner received an Emmy nomination for best actor in Maverick in 1959, and he won an Emmy for his role as Private Investigator Jim Rockford in The Rockford Files in 1977.

Garner was not just known for his roles in television as he was able to transition from television to film. In the 1960s, he starred in The Children's Hour with Audrey Hepburn and Shirley MacLaine, The Thrill of It All and Move Over Darling with Doris Day, The Americanization of Emily with Julie Andrews, The Art of Love with Dick Van Dyke »

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Maverick, The Rockford Files: James Garner Dies at 86

20 July 2014 10:25 AM, PDT | TVSeriesFinale.com | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

Television legend James Garner has died at the age of 86. He reportedly passed away late last night.

Garner began his career with a non-speaking role in The Caine Mutiny Court Martial on Broadway after helping actor Lloyd Nolan learn his lines. He then landed a regular role in the touring production.

From there, he moved on to small roles in movies and television. While he found success starring in more than 50 films over the course of his career -- including The Thrill of It All, The Americanization of Emily, Victor/Victoria, Murphy's Romance, Support Your Local Sheriff!, and The Notebook -- Garner really made his mark on the small screen.

He starred in a comedic Western, Maverick, in 1957 on ABC. Garner's Bret Maverick character sought out high-stakes poker games and rarely stayed in one place for very long. Unlike »

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Film and Television Icon James Garner Passes Away at 86

20 July 2014 10:04 AM, PDT | ScreenRant.com | See recent Screen Rant news »

One of the most famous, beloved and iconic stars of TV and the big screen has been lost. James Garner, star of such classic television series as The Rockford Files and Maverick and known for his roles in movies like Murphy’s Romance, The Great Escape and Space Cowboys has passed away at the age of 86.

THR reports that Garner was found Saturday evening by Los Angeles police, dead in his home in Brentwood, California, of apparently natural causes. Garner’s charming, genial presence always seemed to immediately improve whatever he turned up in, from his role as a suspicious police lieutenant in the mostly forgettable 1993 alien abduction flick Fire in the Sky to his key turn as the romantic old codger in The Notebook.

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James Garner has Died at the Age of 86

20 July 2014 9:54 AM, PDT | Rope of Silicon | See recent Rope Of Silicon news »

Actor James Garner has died at the age of 86, reportedly of natural causes at his home in Los Angeles on Saturday night. Garner was probably best known for his television shows "Maverick" and "The Rockford Files", though his presence on film won't go overlooked especially in such films as The Great Escape, Grand Prix, Sayonara, The Americanization of Emily, Victor/Victoria, The Notebook and Space Cowboys. My personal experience with Garner's work is limited to only a couple of the films mentioned above, but perhaps mostly when he appeared as the father to Mel Gibson in the feature film version of Maverick, co-starring Jodie Foster. Garner was something of an everyman performer, nominated for an Oscar for Best Actor in 1986 for Murphy's Romance, three-time Golden Globe winner, though never for his most popular roles, two-time Emmy winner and most recently, recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Screen Actors Guild »

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TV legend James Garner dies at age 86

20 July 2014 9:03 AM, PDT | ChannelGuideMag | See recent ChannelGuideMag news »

From Maverick and The Rockford Files to The Notebook, James Garner was a TV and film legend. Garner, age 86, died Saturday, July 19, 2014 at his Los Angeles home. As of press time the cause of death is unknown. Garner had a distinguished career in TV and film, and could easily move between light-hearted comedies to dramas. He dropped out of high school at age 16 and joined the Merchant Marines and then later served in the Army fighting in the Korean War before he turned his attention to acting. His first breakout role was as dry-witted gambler Brett … Continue reading →

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James Garner, Iconic Actor and 'Rockford Files' Star, Dead at 86

20 July 2014 8:50 AM, PDT | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

James Garner, a legendary actor of both the small and silver screens for nearly six decades, passed away Saturday in Los Angeles. He was 86. Lapd confirmed reports that the actor was found dead at his home, and while Garner suffered from various ailments in recent years – including a minor stroke in 2008 – it appears he died from natural causes, the Los Angeles Times reports.

A towering, charismatic presence with a slight Oklahoma accent from his childhood, Garner's long filmography is filled with dozens of unforgettable roles, from long TV stints as »

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