Remember the story about MD bashing Brad and Angelina? Apparently GQ had published statements like, â€œI donâ€™t know about Brad Pitt,â€? says Douglas, â€œleaving that beautiful woman [Jennifer Aniston] to go hold orphans for Angelina [Jolie]. I mean how long is that going to last?â€? - but get this - they were never said. What is going on out there is the publishing world? Douglas tells Extra tonight:
"It was a lengthy article â€¦ must've been 20 hours of tape recording, so I asked to hear the tape recording, and the reporter said, 'Well, I turned the tape recorder off.' And I said, 'Well you had it on for the whole time so I didn't say it.'"
"I consider him a good friend," Douglas says, "and she does wonderful work for the United Nations, which is what I'm also involved in ...There's just a lot of pressure on the print media and they get to kind of exploitative quotes to try to attract people for their circulation, so it was unfortunate."
Who are we to believe these days? Aren't the printed press publications like GQ and Vanity Fair supposed to be doing lots of that fact checking stuff? Makes it seem like blogs are just as believable as anyone else. Michael is currently promoting The Sentinel, his latest movie co-starring Keifer and Eva Longoria.