James Van Der Beek is without a show since CSI: Cyber got cancelled, and he was recently seen selling cars. Not even nice new ones, but used cars. So has the actor hit hard times and needs to make money whatever way possible?
Yes and no, this was all for a new webseries called Stars Selling Cars. Which is a good thing because he is a better actor to say it nicely.
Joshua Jackson spent his thirties dating Diane Kruger, but the same will not be said to be the same for his forties. That is because the former couple told People, “Diane Kruger and Josh Jackson have decided to separate and remain friends.”
The two dated for 10 years and agreed never to get married. Now they won’t be doing that. Even though she says that she is anti-marriage, how much do you want to bet that they will both be engaged to other people by next year. I don’t know about you, but I am hoping that Pacey and Joey do a Kelso and Jackie.
Busy Philipps was on Watch What Happens Live yesterday and Jeff Lewis wanted to know who was the most difficult actor she has ever worked with. Without hesitation she told him, “Well at the time, but we have since amends, James Franco and I didn’t really get along.” Then she added, “When we were on Freaks & Geeks, we were 19 and we really really disliked each other. It was well documented. He liked shoved me to the ground once. It was like really brutal.”
How long until Lifetime does the Unauthorized Freaks & Geeks Story after hearing this? Knowing them, they probably went into production this morning and it will air in August.
When it comes to James and Busy now, the two of them really like each other. But they don’t have to mention that in the Movie of the Week.
Remember about two years ago, when Shia LaBeouf got arrested at a Broadway show? Well that show was Cabaret and Michelle Williams was starring in it at that time. Up until now, at least from what I can remember, she hasn’t talked about that incident. Yesterday, she broke her silence on The Late Show and she told Stephen Colbert how she felt about it.
You would think she would be upset about it, but it was quite the opposite. She said, “I got to tell you the truth about that night. I thought he was the best audience member we ever had.” Then she explained, “I didn’t know it was him. Oh he was wonderful, he was wonderful, he was so excited. He was so effusive with his applause and shouting and cheering.”
Then when she got offstage, someone asked her if she knew what had just happened. She told them, “Yeah, I am nailing it! They loved me. I mean, I am on fire tonight.” Which explains why she absolutely loved him that night.
Would she want to go through that again? She, “would love for him to come back to see this show (Blackbird).”
You can’t blame her. Stage actors feed off of audience feedback and he was giving her the best audience ever.
So Shia if you are in NYC, not only does Williams want you to see her new play, so do we. So do we!