The Scream star is dating McLarty, who split from adult filmmaker Joe Francis last November (10) just seven weeks after they married.
And Arquette insists he's serious about the TV reporter, telling shock jock Howard Stern he has fallen in love.
When asked by the radio host if he's happy and in love, he replies, "Yeah, I am... It's not a rebound."
Stern then pressed him further by questioning whether he would move back in with Cox following their separation last summer (10), prompting Arquette to state simply, "No."
The actor then revealed Cox was devastated when he told her about his new relationship, recalling, "She was sad. We were both sad. We both cried."
After breaking up with Cox, Arquette enjoyed a fling with waitress Jasmine Waltz. He also went public with that romance during a live on-air phone chat with Stern last year (10).
NBC bosses have bought a script, titled Ten Years, developed by partners at the former couple's Coquette Productions.
The show chronicles the relationships surrounding a couple which splits after a 10-year romance.
Cox and Arquette, who will produce the project, split last year (10) after 11 years of marriage.
NBC has bought a comedy series from formerweds Courteney Cox and David Arquette. It pretty much sounds like the story of their relationship.
The single-camera series, titled Ten Years, follows the dramedic ups and downs of a recently separated couple's relationship. The couple was together for -- you guessed it -- a decade
Like the couple on the series they are producing, Cox and Arquette were married a little over 10 years and split fairly recently. Hmmmm...
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Game of Thrones' endless Season Two cast list expands again today. The HBO series was seeking an actress for Ygritte, a strong-willed Wilding girl who encounters Jon Snow (Kit Harrington) on his travels beyond the Wall. And they've found their girl: Rose Leslie (Downton Abbey). Although Leslie's acting resume is limited primarily to Downton Abbey and two episodes of a UK series, Case Histories, she is a highly promising talent. Plus, it doesn't hurt that she is "kissed by fire" (that's just Wilding slang for having red hair). Game of Thrones' ten-episode second season will return to HBO in the spring. -AOLTV
Fox's New Girl will be welcoming Rachael Harris in a guest role. Harris (known best perhaps as Ed Helms' toxic girlfriend in The Hangover) will play Jess's (Zooey Deschanel) quirky vice-principal boss and friend, Tanya, who will bend the rules for Jess so long as she can be included in our lovable hero's zany misadventures with her three new roommates. Something tells me she'll be more trouble than she's worth. According to Entertainment Weekly, Tanya has the potential to be a recurring character. - EW
Courteney Cox and David Arquette (doesn't it make you happy that they still do things together?) are producing a comedy for ABC, home to Cox's Cougar Town, called Ten Years. The single-camera comedy will focus on two characters, recently split after a ten-year relationship, but still bound by a group of mutual friends and family members. -THR
Another behind-the-scenes pair will manifest in Elizabeth Banks and her husband, producer Max Handelman. The two are developing a comedy series for Fox titled Dave's Dead. The series will take single-camera format, and, according to The Hollywood Reporter, has been called, "Shaun of the Dead meets My Name is Earl." Whatever that amounts to, there will probably be a good deal of ragged clothing. -THR
David Arquette showed off a rarely-seen tattoo during his performance on U.S. TV show Dancing With the Stars on Monday (10Oct11) - the actor was inked with the words "I love mom and dad" when his daughter Coco was five. The body art represented the first note the little girl wrote to her parents, dad Arquette and mum Courteney Cox.
The Scream star separated from wife Courteney Cox last October (10) and checked himself into rehab for alcohol and other issues in January (11) after confessing he had been drinking heavily since the split. He received treatment at a live-in facility and was later released.
Arquette is now celebrating after marking nine months sober and although he's enjoying his current stint on the popular programme, the actor reveals he was forced to turn down an offer last season because his crazy lifestyle couldn't support the gruelling workouts and daily discipline.
He says, "I'm nine months plus... It's (Dancing With the Stars has) really been good for me. It's been good for my head, it's been good for my body... Actually they asked me last year (10) and I was in no condition to dance anyway, except in some shady clubs.
"But, no, so they (the TV bosses) came back (and asked me again) and it just made a lot of sense. Dancing is all about being centred. Having grace, and all of these themes that come up in my life, that I'm looking for in general. You know, being balanced."
"We're pretty much in the friend zone. Though we love each other and we love to laugh and have a great time, it's difficult." David Arquette fears he will never reunite romantically with his estranged wife Courteney Cox.
Tonight, Dancing with the Stars was all about learning the "most memorable year" of each of the celebrities' lives. This is usually their opportunity to reveal to voters some kind of hardship or tragedy they endured and overcame in their lives, and after they've shared their stories their dance professionals encourage them to take the sadness or frustration they felt from those times and channel them into their dances. It's a pretty good tactic to garner votes.
Rob Kardashian shared with us the sadness he experienced once he lost his father to esophageal cancer in 2003, and he danced a Foxtrot to the song, Fly Me To The Moon so he could focus on how lucky he was to have his father around for as long as he did. The judges praised him for being suave and sophisticated and even though he did not understand Bruno’s comparison to Guys and Dolls, they gave him 24 points.
Chynna Phillips informed us that the hardest year of her life was in 1990, when after being very involved with drugs and alcohol, she was able to clean herself up and get sober. And after she performed her Rumba to (what else?) Hold On, things got memorable when she earned the first 9s of the season, helping her earn 26 points.
Nancy Grace recalled how in 2007, she had an emergency c-section and she didn't know if her twins were going to live or die. And she said that when they were in the hospital after they were born, the first song she ever sang to them was Moon River, and that's why she chose to dance her Waltz to that song. Nancy was graceful and seemed significantly less nervous than when she performed her other dances, and the judges rewarded her with 21 points.
Chaz Bono was up next, and he was hoping to get out of last place on the leader board. Thankfully he was assigned the Rumba, which was good for him because it is typically a slower dance and it signified he could take it easy this week. Chaz said this year has been his hardest year because people have criticized him endlessly for his lifestyle choices, and he chose to dance to Laugh at Me, which was one of his dad’s songs because he felt like if people have a problem with him, that’s their issue – not his. Unfortunately, Chaz still failed to do any significant dancing. He mostly just walked around and framed Lacey’s body as she moved. The judges acknowledged that the Rumba was a difficult dance to perform, but complimented him for coming back each and every week with enthusiasm, even though there are millions of people in the world who oppose him being on the show. He earned 18 points, which was his highest score so far.
Then Kristin Cavallari said her most memorable year was 2005, which was when she graduated high school and moved to Los Angeles to figure out whether or not she was going to go to college or start up a career in the entertainment industry (quite the predicament, huh?). So she and Mark chose to dance their Samba to Beyoncé’s Crazy in Love, and Mark said he wanted this to be a really dirty dance – but considering Mark’s choreography from other seasons, it wasn’t that raunchy. It didn’t at all seem like Kristin’s best dance – she looked very insecure and very uncomfortable, which inherently conflicts with the dance’s loose nature. But the judges enjoyed it and they gave her 24 points.
Carson Kressley said his most memorable year was in 2003, when Queer Eye for the Straight Guy came out. He won a few Emmys and the whole experience just affirmed for him that it’s okay to be gay, it’s okay for him to express himself freely, and that he doesn’t have to feel like an outsider. So he chose to dance the Tango to No Doubt’s It’s My Life, and Anna choreographed the entire routine to highlight Carson’s “sense of style.” And truly, the more and more I watch Carson, the more I find myself rooting for him. His tango was one of the most entertaining dances of the night (especially when compared to Kristin’s dance), and the judges called it “brilliant.” They gave him 23 points.
It’s almost hard to watch David Arquette be serious because he spends so much of his time joking around and making fun of himself. But he said his most memorable year was this last year, when he and his wife, Courteney Cox, separated and he began drinking. But he’s since gotten sober and is now more present in his daughter’s life, and so he danced the Rumba to “Oh Child.” And he’s still not moving around the dance floor as much as I’d like, but the judges noted that his dance seemed honest and sincere, which was a nice change of pace for him. They gave him 24 points.
J.R. Martinez said his most painful year was the year he was injured in Iraq because he was questioning why his friends died and he survived. He dedicated his dance to all the people who gave their lives during the war, and used the Tim McGraw song, If You’re Reading This, to convey the sadness he felt in that time of his life. The judges were moved to tears and gave him 26 points.
Hope Solo tried to use the Cha Cha Cha to keep her foot in the competition, and revealed that her most memorable year was this one, when her team made it to the world cup final but lost to Japan. Curiously, she did not dance to a song that supported the feelings she had on the day of that game, and it’s still kind of disappointing that Hope can’t seem to move her body very well to music. The judges appreciated her efforts though, and gave her 24 points.
Finally, Ricki Lake said her most memorable year was this one, because her house burned down and she finally met a man who appreciated her. She said that a year ago she would have never considered getting married again, but now she’s happily engaged and just talking about it makes her cry. So she danced to Gravity by Sara Bareilles, which was designed to convey the push and pull Ricki felt when she first met her fiancé Chris. The judges were very touched and they gave her 27 points, the highest score of the night.
After garnering widespread praise (and an Oscar nomination for screenwriting) for his 2000 directorial debut You Can Count on Me Kenneth Lonergan was in-demand. In September 2005 the writer/director began production on a follow-up feature: Margaret which touted Anna Paquin Matt Damon Mark Ruffalo Matthew Broderick Allison Janney as well as legendary filmmakers Sydney Pollack and Anthony Minghella (The English Patient) as producers. The movie wrapped production in a few months time. The buzz was already growing.
Now six years later the movie is finally hitting theaters. So…what took so long?
The journey to this point hasn't been an easy one and it shows. If a film's shot footage is a block of granite and the editing process is the careful carving that turns it into a statuesque work of art Margaret feels like it was attacked by a blind man with a jackhammer. The film is a cinematic disaster a mishmash of shallow characters overwrought politics and sporadic tones. The story follows Lisa Coen (Paquin) a New York teenager who finds herself drowning in chaos after distracting a bus driver (Ruffalo) causing him to hit and kill a pedestrian (Janney). Initially Lisa tells the police it was all an accident but as time passes regret takes hold and the girl embarks on a mission to take down the man she now regards as a culprit. That's just the tip of the iceberg–along the way Lisa deals with everyday teen stuff: falling for her geometry teacher (Damon) combating her anxiety-ridden actress mother losing her virginity dabbling in drugs debating 9/11 and the Iraq War cultivating a relationship with her father in LA and more. There are about eight seasons of television stuffed into Margaret but even a two and a half hour run time can't make it all click.
For more on Margaret check out Indie Seen: Margaret the Long Lost Anna Paquin/Matt Damon Movie
You may have noticed that while David Arquette has been dancing up a storm on this season of Dancing With the Stars, his ex-wife Courteney Cox and their daughter have been on the sidelines each night cheering him on. But don't think that means the separated couple are on their way towards a reconciliation. In fact, it turns out that David has been seeing somebody, which he revealed today on Howard Stern's Sirius show. Leave it to Howard to get the scoop.
Right away, Stern started grilling David about his relationship with Courteney, asking David why she is in the audience and whether he's still pinning for her to take him back. (He cuts right to the chase doesn't he?) But the actor insists that there's nothing romantic about it, stating, "I'm not; we're in the friend zone now." He also adds that he's been seeing someone new since the summer. At first he doesn't want to tell Howard who the mystery woman is (then why bring it up?), but after making a joke that it's Barbara Walters, he finally caves and admitted her name is Christina McLarty. She's a reporter for Entertainment Tonight as well as the former fiancée to Girls Gone Wild's Joe Francis. No wonder David likes her.
Apparently they met on some boat party during the summer and he's been smitten ever since. "She's adorable. I'm not one to run around with different girls. I like someone that makes me feel good and that I can make feel good," he says. I do love how David treats Howard's show like it's his own private therapy session. But he certainly seems to be dancing his way back into America's heart. Keep up the good work and congrats on finding love again!
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