Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Anthony Weiner Doll, Kim Cattrall & Sex in The City 3 Movie, Fran Drescher & Her Gay Ex-Husband; Catherine Zeta-Jones & Her Red Gown

Doll in likeness of Rep. Anthony Weiner Up For Sale (Yahoo News)

This photo released Tuesday, June 14, 2011, by, shows a doll in the likeness of Rep. Anthony Weiner being sold by the Oxford, Conn., company. The online action figure company has jumped on the Weiner sexting scandal with a doll of the U.S. congressman in two versions: censored and uncensored. The 'standard' doll, shown, for $39.95 and the anatomically correct 'for adults only' version for an extra $10.

Kim Cattrall Talks About Sex and the City 3 Movie (ZAP2it)

Kim Cattrall isn't exactly confident that a rumored third "Sex in the City" movie will ever make it to the big screen.

"I don't know if it will happen," Cattrall tells Popeater. "I really, really have no idea."

Cattrall plays the sexually aggressive publicist Samantha Jones in the former HBO series and its town and its movie adaptations. The first movie was warmly received by fans anxious for more adventures with the Manhattan friends, but its sequel was panned by critics as little more than a marketing vehicle for multiple product placements.

"I love playing Samantha Jones," adds Cattrall. "I would love playing Samantha Jones again, but I don't know if I will."

Fran Drescher - Fran Drescher 'Best Friends' With Gay Husband (ContactMusic)

Fran Drescher, the American actress whose new sitcom 'Happily Divorced' premieres on 15th June 2011, describes her gay ex-husband Peter Marc Jacobson as her "best friend", reports People Magazine. Fran Drescher's new show about a woman whose husband turns out to be homosexual is based on her own experience.

After 21 years of marriage, Drescher's husband revealed that he was gay in the 1990s'. Speaking of her reaction to the news, the actress said, "He had already been living a gay life away from me after we divorced, and he said, 'I don't want you to be shocked. I'm dating men". The actress says the revelation didn't entirely surprise her, saying, "During our marriage he had told me he might be bisexual, but he wanted to stay married. By the time he told me, I had survived uterine cancer. Nothing could shake me". Since the end of their marriage, the couple have rebuilt their friendship, saying, "It's great that we had the ability and the wisdom to reinvent our relationship. All those years weren't for nothing. We're very tight. We're best friends". The 53-year-old has worked to support homosexual rights issues since her ex-husband came out.

Fran Drescher made her screen debut in the 1977 blockbuster 'Saturday Night Fever' and went on to appear in 'This Is Spinal Tap', 'Summer of Fear' and 'Doctor Detroit'. She achieved wider fame after starring in her own sitcom 'The Nanny' in 1993, for which she was nominated for two EMMY AWARDS.

Catherine Zeta-Jones Dazzles With Her Red Gown At Tony Awards 2011 (AccessHollywood)

Catherine Zeta-Jones� comeback at Sunday�s Tony Awards was all razzle and dazzle!

The actress made her first award show appearance last night in New York at the theater world�s biggest night, her first since announcing her courageous battle with bipolar II disorder in April.

The 41-year-old Welsh actress, who stunned in a red sequined gown, presented Tony Awards to Mark Rylance for the play �Jerusalem� and Norbert Leo Butz for the musical �Catch Me If You Can.�

The Oscar winner for the big screen version of the musical �Chicago,� took home a Tony last year for the revival of Stephen Sondheim�s �A Little Night Music.�

Last week, Catherine�s husband Michael Douglas gave Access Hollywood an update on his ladylove and her numerous projects in the works.

Catherine is doing �Rock of Ages� down in Miami. She�s doing a rehearsal for it now and doing the dancing stuff [and] coming back tonight,� he told Access. �She�s doing great. She just finished a couple of pictures in Louisiana. So, it�s all good.�

�Rock of Ages,� which also co-stars Tom Cruise, Russell Brand and Alec Baldwin, is slated to hit theaters on June 1, 2012.

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