Diane Lane and John Malkovich star in Walt Disney Pictures' "Secretariat," coming to theaters October 9th. It's the story of an American Thoroughbred racehorse who, against all odds, made history in 1973 when he became the first U.S. Triple Crown champion in 25 years.
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Actor Richard Gere sat down with "Extra" to promote his film "Nights in Rodanthe" -- and the conversation quickly turned political!
"I know John McCain -- I always found him to be honest and straightforward," said Gere. "I'm astonished by the lies coming out of his campaign -- this is not the guy I knew."
The Hollywood icon teams up with "Unfaithful" co-star Diane Lane for "Rodanthe" -- and she revealed her feelings on their reunion sex scenes! "I think it gets more awkward," Lane said, laughing. When asked about their spouses' reaction to their steamy love scenes, Gere said, "I was just asking my wife about that -- she said, 'The only thing I get jealous about is that it's her doing it and not me.'"
See Richard and Diane sizzle again when "Nights in Rodanthe" hits theatres September 26.
Hey there... this'll be fun. Look at this as the "what you didn't or couldn't see on Extra" blog. I get to share so much more while I'm out and about interviewing actors for my job, and doing the red carpet thing. You get a good sense of it when you watch our show, but there's so much more that goes on, which hopefully I'll be able to share with you here ongoing. So, here goes....
Been a busy couple of days despite the cancellation of the Golden Globes. Spent Saturday morning with Diane Lane -- spectacular -- and not just because of her beauty -- but her brains, too. Smart lady. And truly in love with her man, Josh Brolin. So much so she's "this close" to saying she's going to retire, without actually retiring. She's going to scale back her work tremendously, though, to be a stay-at-home wife and Mom. She told me IF she used the word "retire" then of course, the greatest role of her lifetime would be offered (like a Scarlett O'Hara in 'Gone With the Wind') and then she'd be red-faced and have to come OUT of retirement... I've interviewed Diane before, and she's always, without question, an extreme pleasure. Never, ever any pretense.
Diane Lane is breaking some big news to "Extra" - she's taking a break from movies and leaving the acting to husband of nearly four years, Josh Brolin.
"I'm going to be the missus who comes and visits and says, 'Hi, honey. How's it going?'" she told "Extra." "This is what is so amazing about being a wife. I get it now. Mrs. B."
The gorgeous star, next up in the thriller "Untraceable," has no plans to retire. She'll just focus on her role as a stay-at-home mom to her teenage daughter and doting wife.
In fact, Mrs. B is beaming about her husband's red-hot career after his critically acclaimed performances in "American Gangster" and "No Country For Old Men."
"My buttons are bursting," she said. "He deserves every good thing coming to him."
He's getting major critical buzz for his roles in "No Country For Old Men" and the Golden Globe nominated "American Gangster."
Now Josh Brolin is coming to "Extra" to open up about his marriage to Diane Lane, moonlighting as a day trader and the frightening motorcycle crash that almost cost him his breakout role.