Source Code: Jake Gyllenhaal Is Inside You

Richard Lawson · 11/22/10 12:13PM

Here's a trailer for Source Code, the sci-fi thriller from the director of Moon about a device that allows a military man (Jake) to enter the body of someone else for the last eight minutes of their life. Sure, OK.

Madonna Opens Up; Lindsay Lohan Explains

cityfile · 10/15/09 06:11AM

• Madonna reveals all sorts of juicy, personal stuff in an interview in the November issue of Rolling Stone. Like how she really wanted to work with Eminem, but he turned her down (ouch); how her graffiti tag name back in the '80s was "Boy Toy" (how ironic!); and how she was a total geek in high school, just like every other celeb in the universe. [P6, NYDN]
• Penelope Cruz is making a cameo in the Sex & the City sequel. Get ready to suspend belief: She'll be playing the role of a banker. [People]
• Emanuel Ungaro "creative consultant" Lindsay Lohan is blaming the epic disaster that was her recent fashion show in Paris on "coming in so late and having not that much time to do a whole collection." She also says she's still "learning" and that the negative press isn't going to stop her from returning to Paris in a few months to give it another shot. You go, girl! [People]
• Because he's a romantic at heart, Alex Rodriguez flew to Miami for a single night to take Kate Hudson to dinner. Oh, yea, and to see his kids, too. [P6]

Happy Birthday

cityfile · 03/23/09 06:36AM

Keri Russell turns 33 today. Kenneth Cole turns 55. Chef Tom Valenti is 50. Author Jonathan Ames is 45. Ex-con shoe mogul Steve Madden turns 52. Real estate broker Leslie Garfield turns 77. Actress Catherine Keener is 50. Disgraced ex-Times reporter Jayson Blair is 33. Chaka Khan is turning 56. Actress Michelle Monaghan is turning 33. Perez Hilton is 31. Ric Ocasek of The Cars is 60. Princess Eugenie, the daughter of Sarah Ferguson and Prince Andrew, is turning 19. And John Bobbitt—remember him?—turns 42 today.

Aren't You That Nice Girl From That Patrick Dempsey Movie?

Douglas Reinhardt · 05/05/08 12:40PM

In between takes of filming a commercial for Nintendo, a woman stopped and asked Liv Tyler, star of the upcoming The Strangers, if she was in fact Michelle Monaghan, star of the recently released Made Of Honor. Tyler explained to the woman that she wasn't related to Monaghan, but the woman insisted that Tyler must be an aunt or a distant cousin of Monaghan. Tyler continued to explain her genealogy by mentioning that her father was the singer for Aerosmith, but the woman shook her head and said, "Fine. Whatever. You're not related to her, but I most certainly know that she's a lot nicer."