September 20, 2015
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Close-knit Hollywood clans

HollywoodNews.com: “I knew we were really famous when we were killed on South Park,” Rosanna Arquette tells VF.com writer Benjamin Wallace of she and her siblings. ”They killed the Baldwin family and the Arquette family. I said, ‘Wow, we’re really famous.’” Close-knit Hollywood clans such as the Baldwins, Cusacks, Wayanses, and Arquettes have a leg up (not to mention some undeniably good genes), it seems, sharing tips about everything from choosing a project that might strike Oscar gold to avoiding the paparazzi. “The funny thing is,” explains Stephen Baldwin, “we were all pretty famous locally before we were famous, ’cause my friends had my dad as a teacher.
So in the six degrees of Massapequa separation, we knew a lot of people. And Alec was student president and the quarterback. And we were just a popular family. And I think that kind of prepared us—like, if we can conquer Massapequa, the planet seems doable.”
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Jennifer Aniston gets some back-up, others don’t

HollywoodNews.com: While Jennifer Aniston was recently dissed by Rupert Everett for her acting career, some people apparently can’t help but like the actress.
British film critic David Thomson recently released ‘The New Biographical Dictionary of Film’ where he described quite a few stars, reports RadarOnline.com. Apparently, he can’t help but be drawn to Aniston as he wrote: “While one can make gentle fun of Jennifer Aniston, it’s hard to dislike her.”
However, he wasn’t so nice to others as he called Tom Cruise “the worst of the spoiled brats” while he said Ben Affleck was “boring, complacent and criminally lucky.”
Do you agree with any of these comments?
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