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Diane Kruger left a radio station in Paris yesterday carrying her iPhone. The actress donned a peacoat and a chain-embellished drivers' cap as she stopped by Europe 1 studios to chat about her film A Plan Almost Perfect with her costar Dany Boon. After their interview, the duo stopped on their way out to pose for a picture with a young fan. Diane kept busy today promoting her latest French film, but she's looking forward to tackling the small screen in the Us this Fall. She's signed on to play a tough Texas detective in the FX pilot The Bridge. Meanwhile, Diane's longtime boyfriend, Joshua Jackson, has been keeping busy on his own series, shooting the final season of Fringe in Vancouver in recent months. Diane has been spotted sporting a gold band on her left ringer in recent weeks, though she and Josh have both previously suggested that marriage isn't in the cards for them. »
- Lindsay Miller
Russell Brand offers the best description of addiction I've ever read. “This is when you know it’s a disease. It doesn’t matter that I sat in that flat in Hackney and now I’m in the [upscale hotel] Savoy. I’m jealous of me then. It doesn’t make a difference to me. The money, the fame, the power, the sex, the women — none of it. I’d rather be a drug addict.”
We just landed a one ton mobile laboratory on Mars, and we managed to get pictures from the event in 15 minutes, which beats the hell out of the six hour delay we're getting for the Olympics, taking place in London. I stole that from somebody I'd like to credit, but now I forgot who.
The Human Rights Campaign has designated $250,000 each to Washington, Maryland, Maine and Minnesota to fight the ballot amendments on marriage taking place this November. »
2 items from 2012
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