In Touch Weekly Magazine claims Alex Rodriguez has allegedly asked Jennifer Lopez to stop being so controlling. A source tells the magazine, “He’s like one of her minions and he’s getting sick of it. She knows she has control issues, but that’s just how she rolls. Everything in her world has to be J. Lo-approved. She is the one who decides when and where they vacation, what they wear, where they go to dinner, what they eat, when and what they get done at the spa… the list goes on and on. He told her that he loves her, but she has to back off a bit.”
The NY Post claims Jennifer Lopez was recently performing at Madison Square Garden when she invited US Women’s soccer star Carli Lloyd on stage to celebrate the team’s World Cup win. JLo gave her a lap dance.
Seth Rogen tells E! News that the Royal protocol Meghan Markle follows is silly. “It seems like it’s so made up, so silly. It’s like here’s a list of imaginary rules you gotta follow, like a tug on your nose twice before you speak to this person. Like, ‘Okay, whatever you guys want!'”
Hollywoodlife.com claims Meghan Markle has been setting playdates for her son, Archie, and one-year-old Prince Louis. A source tells the website, “It’s so important to Meghan that Archie bond with his cousins, so spending time with Kate and [Prince William, 37] is a big priority. It absolutely bothers Meghan that there are these constant rumors about her and Kate not getting along,” the source says. “The rumors have been going around since before the wedding and [Kensington] Palace has tried to shut them down, but it’s not something they can continually address. So Meghan does her best to prove to the public that the rumors are not true.”
The Daily Mail claims Hugh Jackman was recently performing his musical in Salt Lake City when he stopped to chat with fans in the front row. He drank one man’s soda before sitting down and eating another man’s ice cream sundae.
Variety magazine claims Saturday night’s premiere of ”Hobbs and Shaw” was interrupted because of electrical sparks at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles. The theater was not evacuated even though some panicked moviegoers fled from the venue. The Rock told fans, “Jason Statham ran his a– out of here”.
Robert Downey Jr. tells Off Camera with Sam Jones that playing Iron Man was like being a trust-fund baby. ”There’s always a dependency on something that feels like a sure thing. It’s the closest thing I will ever come to being a trust fund kid. And also there’s a real bell-shaped curve. Initially, by creating and associating and synergizing with Tony Stark and the Marvel universe and all this stuff, and being a good company man, but also being a little off-kilter, being creative and getting into all these other partnerships, it was a time when – it’s like, what do they say? Owners start looking like their pets. Occasionally you would pull back from it and go ‘All right, let me get off the teat of this archetype and let me see where I stand.’ And you can feel really buffeted and you can be really spun out by it.”
The original Incredible Hulk, Lou Ferrigno, tells Contact Music that he doesn’t take Mark Ruffalo seriously as the Hulk. ”Mark is a wonderful actor. But we’ve had three different actors – we’ve had Eric Bana, Edward Norton, and Mark Ruffalo. I like Bill Bixby the best, I like Edward Norton. But Ruffalo – I think he’s a wonderful actor, he blends in with the Marvel aspect of the ‘Avengers’ – but I can’t take him seriously enough.”
Keanu Reeves tells the OK! magazine that he wants to settle down and get married. ”It’s always on the list. There’s a to-do list and a hope-for list. And hopefully, I will get lucky. I think to give and receive love is the nourishment needed in life. And it’s not just about a partner, it’s also about friendships and family, so I think love is a force and it takes on different colors. It also takes on different responsibilities. Without it, it’s like not having any water for the vine. We become extinct. We die.”
Kim Cattrall tells the Daily Mail that she will never return for a third Sex and the City movie. “Never. It’s a no from me.”
A source tells The Sun, “Kim felt Sarah thought she was more important than the others. By the time filming was wrapped, Kim was telling her team she would never do another film with Sarah. She couldn’t take the negativity between them.”