Buzz Break: Rabbit, Run

· The NYT has stills and a report from the upcoming John Cameron Mitchell film Rabbit Hole, starring Nicole Kidman and Aaron Eckhart. Mitchell is a "want to love but don't" filmmaker for me, but at least Kidman invokes Birth about eight thousand times when discussing the new movie.

· Seth Rogen's The Green Hornet has been pushed back five months to December 2010.

· New Moon wolfcake Alex Meraz decided that to better play his role, he would forego sleep, grab Kristen Stewart by the throat, and scream at her during their scenes. Alex, all you need to do is your ab workouts. Relax.

· Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen both wore tulle animal ears to a party in Tokyo this weekend. "Furry" websites are all atwitter!

· Demi Moore has never had plastic surgery, she tells Marie Claire. If she can forget we all saw Striptease, then so can I.


  • Furious D says:

    1. Nicole Kidman starring, instead of Rabbit Hole, they should have called it Money Pit.
    2. Actually, what they really did was push back the date when they're to next announce the date they're pushing it back to.
    3. The funny thing is, Kristen Stewart found the leg-humping more disturbing than the throat grabbing and yelling.
    4. File this under "Don't Give A Shit."
    5. Are you sure about that Demi? Because you're going to need a Pinocchio-Special nose job after telling a whopper like that.

  • lac says:

    Demi Moore is a joke. She should have gone the Jennifer Aniston route and said her nose was change while she was getting surgery to help her breathe easier.

  • FrancoisTrueFaux says:

    but what about the lazy eye?

  • Kat says:

    Boy this whole thing about Alex putting his hand on Kristen's neck during the confrontation scene seems to have been blown out of proportion. Alex explained this in Phoenix. He simply placed his hand on her neck - not even with enough strength to choke an ant. Now tabloids are out to make it sound like he lost control, like his character (Paul) would. SO not how it happened. And I detest the statement that Alex should just do his ab workouts. The man is a professional actor who's been in other movies (they just weren't blockbuster hits). If he feels his character does things a certain way, then he should explore it. It's up to the director to agree or disagree, and not up to some tabloid critic.