All in all, Darren stated that he would not do anything differently in how he handled the situation.
Ch-ch-check out the interview (above)!!!
Our most favez monkey actress, Crystal, is back!
It's only been a few months since
the capuchin monkey America's hosttest new actress dazzled movie goers (and illegal downloaders) in The Hangover Part II.
Coming this December, Crystal will be co-staring in Almost Famous director Cameron Crowe's We Bought a Zoo! (His first feature film since 2005).
Crowe said of the monkey's performance:
"We feel this is Crystal’s breakthrough performance. It is her Carnal Knowledge. The role brings out colors we have yet to see. It is more mature than her Todd Phillips work. She is not just the hottest actress around, but also the most compelling"
We sure hope he's telling the truth!
The writer/director is relying on performances of Crystal and her co-stars Matt Damon and Scarlett Johansson to recover the critical reputation he damaged with Elizabethtown.
[Image via WENN.]
Save the what?
Leonardo DiCaprio, along with fellow advocates Scarlett Johansson, Megan Fox, and Ke$ha, among others, have teamed up with WildAid, the Natural Resources Defense Council and the Humane Society of the United States to bring attention to dwindling shark populations worldwide.
The celebs slew of others have written a letter to the California State Senate supporting Assembly Bill 376, which would ban the sale of shark fins in California.
The letter said:
"The International Union for the Conservation of Nature has concluded that a third of shark species are now threatened with extinction of some kind. And recent estimates state that up to 73 million sharks are killed each year for use in shark fin soup and other products. Traditionally shark fin was affordable only to the elite, and consequently the issue of decimation of species was not a concern. But with the explosion of the world’s
population, and an increasing number of wealthy consumers, this can no longer be considered true, as has been evidenced by the decimation of shark populations worldwide. Despite fisheries attempts at regulation, the
inhumane practice of finning continues unabated too, as does the illegal capture of sharks from marine reserves and sovereign waters.
We urge you to support AB 376 and join us in protecting sharks from extinction."
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But while there, she was only concerned with hanging out with the true star of the show: a monkey named a monkey named Crystal!
She's been in Night At The Museum, The Hangover Part II, Indiana Jones, Dr. Dolittle… so many!
And she is just ADORBS! Look at how she holds that pencil and is constantly smiling!
Regardless of the hat-slapping, we'd love to have her come in and have an interview with us!!
Ellen, you're wonderful! We love your segments!
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um, there's a giant bear on your car.
Tuesday, Matt Damon was spotted shooting a scene with the biggest star he's ever worked with!
We're not sure how much acting Matt had to do in this scene for his upcoming film, We Bought a Zoo. The Oscar winner was looking a little pale before the cameras even started rolling.
Scarlett Johansson stars with Matt in the flick set in Southern California, about a father that moves his young family to the countryside to renovate and re-open a struggling zoo.
See more of Matt and the bear on set below!
[Image via Ramey Pix.]
And while they didn't have any kids together, they did produce one baby - their documentary The Whale.
The doc centers around a lone Orca who gets separated from his pod off the coast of Vancouver Island, which actually isn't too far from where Ryan and ScarJo were married.
Their reps are currently in discussions about the fate of this whale. Hah!
[Image via WENN.]