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NEW COUPLE ALERT? Bradley Cooper and Rachel McAdams!

I know this story is just too good to be true, and it comes to you via Life & Style, so take it with a grain of salt. Either way I choose to believe it because I’m just a hopeless romantic, what can I say.

Rumor has it Bradley Cooper and Rachel McAdams had a romantic brunch together, after a steamy night of lovemaking, I’m sure.

Bradley Cooper has seemingly put his latest love interest, British model Suki Waterhouse, on the back burner.

Life & Style has learned that the Hangover star shared a very touchy-feely brunch with actress Rachel McAdams at Santa Monica’s Cora’s Coffee Shoppe on April 14. “Bradley happily spent nearly two hours with Rachel, flirting and laughing over their meal,” an eyewitness says in the new issue of Life & Style, on newsstands now. “He seemed very into her.”

Strolling into the eatery with matching motorcycle helmets in hand, the couple sat down at the counter. A fellow diner dishes to Life & Style, “Rachel put her hand on his back and he put his on her shoulder. They were laughing and talking, and Bradley would not take his eyes off of her!”

Although Bradley’s rep refused to comment, the onlooker confirmed to Life & Style, “It definitely seemed like they were a couple. At one point Rachel put her hand on his hips and he was talking very close to her.”

This isn’t the first time Bradley and Rachel, who recently split from boyfriend of two years Michael Sheen, have been spotted getting cozy. In March, Bradley, Rachel and Emma Stone dined at the Four Seasons Hotel in Boston amid reports that the trio will star in an upcoming film together.

Bradley’s no Ryan Gosling, but I’ll take what I can get. I hope this is true! They would make a hot couple!


Posted Wednesday, April 24th, 2013 at 11:11am
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Rachel McAdams and Michael Sheen’s breakup is just temporary?

So I guess I shouldn’t hold my breath waiting for a Ryan Gosling/Rachel McAdams reunion? Waaaaaah.

Rachel McAdams and Michael Sheen announced they had split earlier this week, but according to sources, the split could be temporary.

“It’s likely not permanent. Temporary hiccup,” the source told E!, adding that the pair will likely get back together.

The news of the breakup first emerged early Wednesday, but no specific cause for the split was cited. McAdams and Sheen had dated for two years, and the “Notebook” actress was quoted last year discussing the long-distance traveling the couple must do in order to spend time together.

McAdams and Sheen first met on the set of the Woody Allen comedy “Midnight in Paris,” and they began dating after the film wrapped in 2010. Rumors about the duo’s relationship first began swirling after they were spotted together at a Toronto Film Festival after-party in October of that same year. They waited until May 2011 to officially acknowledge their relationship publicly.

I’m still holding out for a Notebook reunion. You know you are too. I just don’t see her ending up with Michael. I don’t get it.

PEOPLE is offering up the reason why the two of them split in the first place. According to their sources, Rachel wanted to settle down, and Michael didn’t. Yeah, that would ruin it.

“Rachel wants to settle down and is dreaming of having a family. Michael always seemed content with their relationship. Since he already has a daughter [Lily, 14, with Kate Beckinsale], he feels no need to have more children. He wants to focus on his career.”

“They still have some contact and are friendly,” the source adds, but it was their differences that eventually led to the demise of their relationship.

“They tried to work things out, but at the end they just couldn’t agree,” the insider says. “It caused some frustration and they thought it was better to go separate ways.”

Hmm, wonder if Michael will just let her go?


Posted Friday, March 1st, 2013 at 10:10am
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SPLIT: Rachel McAdams and Michael Sheen have broken up!

This isn’t a good week for relationships! First Michelle Williams and Jason Segel broke up, and now Rachel McAdams and Michael Sheen! Is it wrong that I’m okay with them splitting? I never liked them, or understood them as a couple. Now all we need is Ryan Gosling to break up with Eva Mendes, and Ryan and Rachel can get back together once and for all. Is that too much to ask?

Sources confirmed to Us Weekly that the couple, who met on the set of “Midnight in Paris,” have ended their romance.

The pair first took their romance public in October 2010, when they were spotted at a Toronto Film Festival after-party together, and later seen holding hands at an art exhibit.

No reason for the split has been reported, but both parties had previously gushed about their partner. Sheen, 44, told People magazine that McAdams was “talented, intelligent, beautiful. She’s warm and friendly. She’s very supportive, and very kind, very funny. She makes me laugh a lot,” he told the magazine when the couple finally admitted they were dating in May 2011.

The split comes as a surprise since it appeared as though the couple knew how to make things work. In January 2012, the 34-year-old actress told Stella magazine that the secret to her successful relationship with Sheen was to spend sufficient time together, saying “Michael and I never spend more than three weeks apart … but you have to be quite adaptable in this business whether you are in a relationship or not.”

Before dating McAdams, Sheen was with actress Kate Beckinsale for eight years, with whom he has a 14-year-old daughter, while McAdams dated her “The Notebook” co-star Ryan Gosling for two years, and was engaged to him for a short time before breaking up in 2007.

I don’t understand the appeal of Michael Sheen. He must have a very good personality. How one goes from Ryan Gosling to Michael Sheen is beyond me. Too bad Channing is married. Imagine how hot Rachel and Channing would be together!

Who else can we pick for Rachel???

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Posted Wednesday, February 27th, 2013 at 8:08am
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Rachel McAdams promotes her new movie ‘To the Wonder’ at the TIFF

Rachel McAdams stars in arguably one of the most controversial films of the Toronto Film Festival.

‘To the Wonder’ is Terrence Malick’s new film. His last film, ‘Tree of Life’ was quite possibly the MOST ANNOYING movie I’ve ever seen (I actually had to turn it off), so I can understand why people would be frustrated with his new movie.

Tepid applause followed the screening at the Princess of Wales theatre, a contrast to enthusiastic clapping that follows a great many screenings at this festival. Some filmgoers could be heard exhaling exasperatedly when an apparent ending proved to be false, while others scratched their heads as they spilled out of the theater.

“It was…artistic?” one festivalgoer said. “Too artistic,” sneered a second. “Yeah, you’re right,” the first responded.

The movie, which stars Ben Affleck, Olga Kurylenko andRachel McAdams, follows a stoic all-American man named Neil (Ben Affleck) who falls in love with a beautiful Parisienne single mother named Marina (Kurylenko) while traveling in France, moving her to his Oklahoma small town, where they have a tempestuous romance.

Neil also has yearnings for a hometown sweetheart with whom he has had an on-again-off-again relationship (McAdams). (The story is believed to be inspired in part by Malick’s own life.) Javier Bardem co-stars as a priest seeking spiritual fulfillment in a church in the same Oklahoma town, exploring some of the spiritual questions Malick investigated in “The Tree of Life.”

There is very little dialogue in “To the Wonder”; Malick tells his story with images and music. (A confession of infidelity, for instance, contains only a voice-overed ”Forgive me” and an aggressive action in reply.) Kurylenko, gamely taking the stage with McAdams after the screening in lieu of the absent Malick, said that there were a lot of dialogue-heavy scenes that didn’t make the final cut—hours of them, in fact.

Rachel Weisz was actually in the film as well, until every single scene including her was cut from the movie. “[I]t seems that my part has been cut,” Weisz was quoted as saying, “so I had the experience of working with him but I will not have the pleasure of seeing my work.”

I’ve heard that while Ben Affleck is in the movie, he’s actually only in a couple scenes, with less than 10 lines in the whole movie.

I really doubt I’m going to put myself through the torture of seeing this movie. I’m not interested in being incredibly frustrated for 2+ hours.

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Posted Tuesday, September 11th, 2012 at 10:10am
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