Scarlett Johansson says she doesn’t believe in monogamy — that people weren’t meant to be with just one person. But she also says she wouldn’t date her “Match Point” co-star Jonathan Rhys-Meyers — because he’s too much like a girl.
“I don’t think human beings are monogamous creatures by nature,” she told reporters while promoting the flick. Still, Johansson says, she hasn’t given up on the idea of getting hitched one day. “When I decide I want to have children with somebody I think it would be nice to be married to that person,” Johansson says.
But don’t believe those rumors that she’s hooked up with co-star Jonathan Rhys-Meyers. Johansson says he’s like a girl — who likes gossip and shoes.
“He’s a fantastic actor, intense, gorgeous and funny,” she said. “But I can say for sure I never had a passionate encounter with him. He’s a really sexy, brooding guy but he’s very gossipy. He likes shoes and it was like having a girlfriend on the set.”
Always a bride
Tori Spelling isn’t wasting any time getting remarried.
The former "Beverly Hills, 90210" star isn’t legally divorced from hubby number one, Charlie Shanian, and she’s already planning wedding number two.
“I want a summer wedding,” Spelling tells the new issue of Star about her upcoming nuptials to actor Dean McDermott. “Or maybe spring. I think we should do it in Canada, that’s where we met, where we fell in love, and where he proposed. It’s very special to us.”
Notes from all over
Sanaa Latham says she’s getting heat from some African-American friends because she’s starring in "Something New," a movie about an interracial romance. “I know that I’m going to get flack from the black community,” the African American actress tells the upcoming issue of Vibe magazine. “It’s very interesting, because people are like, ‘What are you doing next?’ A romantic comedy. ‘Who’s the guy?’ His name is Simon Baker. ‘Who’s that?’ He’s white. And I’ve had literally black men be like, ‘Uhhhh. I’ll go see it because of you, but I don’t like the story’.” . . .Robert DeNiro is said to be shooting two to three times as many takes on “The Good Shepherd” as most directors do. . . . Sienna Miller has been painting with her breasts. The on-again-off-again sweetie of Jude Law has been in character to play Edie Sedgwick, one of Andy Warhol’s entourage, in “Factory Girl” and she’s been using her breasts to paint large canvases, which she has displayed in her London home. She explains: “I’ve got rooms covered in [bleeps].”
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