Rachel McAdams sits down with us to talk about some awkward love scenes and what odd item is on her Christmas gift wish list.
Jennifer Aniston sparkled in Lanvin at the premiere of The Switch last night in Los Angeles. The actress cuddled up with her adorable young costar Thomas Robinson, who plays her son in the comedy, and posed for pictures with her real-life friend and onscreen leading man, Jason Bateman. The directors of the film told us Jennifer was always their first pick for the starring role and revealed that she has a surprisingly dark sense of humor. Jennifer and Jason's costar Juliette Lewis sported blue hair for the big night and said that the whole cast became super close while filming. Aniston also admitted she's over all the baby talk that comes with promoting the project, which is understandable considering its hotly discussed messages about motherhood. Still, Jennifer keeps everything lighthearted and fun, as she demonstrated talking to us about bikinis while snacking on Doritos. The Switch is out Friday, so check out Casa's look at all its cool interiors.
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I don't want to be too effusive, but I love Rachel McAdams. I've said it before and I'll say it again: the lady's one of the most talented and watchable actresses out there right now. Case in point: this new trailer for Morning Glory, which I dare say looks awesome. It reminds me of a modern Working Girl; in it, McAdams plays an ambitious young producer trying to revamp a tired morning news show. In her arsenal? Harrison Ford (himself a Working Girl alum) as a washed up, salty anchor and his on-air nemesis, Diane Keaton.What else could you possibly add to this dream team cast? The screenwriter of The Devil Wears Prada, the director of Notting Hill, and yes, J.J. Abrams. I'll stop with all the details, though, so you can watch and tell me what you think when you read more
Remember the movie formerly known as The Baster, starring Jennifer Aniston as a woman who decides to inseminate herself and Jason Bateman as her best friend? It's now known as The Switch, which I think is an infinitely better title. Know what else is a nice surprise? The plot, which involves Wally (Bateman) switching his sperm for the original donor's, is not nearly as weird/bad as it sounds on paper.Turns out that Wally makes the exchange while rip-roaring drunk, and doesn't remember what he did — or if he even did it. Fast forward to seven years later, and he meets Cassie (Aniston) again with her son, who is the spitting image of him. The humor in the script is evident even in this short preview (I giggled a few times). The cast looks great here too; Bateman is taking a break from playing a jerk, Aniston is giving us the kind of comedy she does best, and the supporting players — Jeff Goldblum, Juliette Lewis, Patrick Wilson, and a freakishly adorable little boy — all look like they round out the movie solidly.
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Rachel McAdams smiled big yesterday afternoon while filming Morning Glory in NYC. She's been shooting with Harrison Ford, but this time around was on set with one of her other male costars, Patrick Wilson. Rachel has been working so hard lately that she hasn't had much time to explore the city with Josh Lucas, but hopefully when she has a break she'll spend more sweet quality time with her guy.
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