“When people come up to me, other Torontonians will go, ‘Leave the boy alone! He’s up to see his mum for God’s sake'”
—MIKE MYERS, star of Shrek the Third, on how he is treated in his native Canada
JENNY McCARTHY DISHES ON …
Her summer plans: Beaching out. You’ll see me on the sand a lot this summer.
Whether or not she’d do a film with beau Jim Carrey: He can’t afford me. I’m a little pricier than he is right now.
What makes their relationship work: It’s not for the obvious reasons that people think of: “Oh you guys are just funny!” It’s a much deeper level; we’re both spiritual people. It is the best relationship I’ve ever been in.
That ’70s Show‘s Wilmer Valderrama, 27, is practically unrecognizable as a gangster in the upcoming drama Days of Wrath. He discusses his drastic new look:
There is no sign of Fez here!
I know. I am very mean in this movie, but it’s exciting to be the bad guy. People don’t recognize me!
Do you feel any different?
I’ve become more aggressive and curse a lot now. My friends are like, “Dude, is that necessary?”
Is this look popular with the ladies?
There’s been no testing of that. But people say I have a more interesting presence.
3 Questions For …
1 WITH THREE SPIDER-MAN TITLES UNDER YOUR BELT, EVER WISH YOU COULD PLAY A SUPERHERO YOURSELF?
No. I got to throw a cinderblock in this one. That’s enough action for me.
2 WHAT WAS IT LIKE SHOOTING THE DANCE SCENE?
They brought me all the way down to Culver City for twist lessons. I was like, “Are you kidding me? You brought me all the way down here for a twist?” It’s not the hardest dance in the world!
3 WHAT DID YOU THINK OF YOUR LEADING MAN’S DANCING?
It was so funny. I had to have a shocked reaction like, “Peter, what’s wrong with you?” But I couldn’t do it: I’d see Tobey [Maguire] doing all these pelvic twists and thrusts, and I’d laugh. It’s so ridiculous. I couldn’t watch it.