Shooting a love scene with Charlize Theron would be a dream come true for many actors, but for Patton Oswalt, who co-stars with the Oscar-winning actress in the new movie "Young Adult," the experience was "a nightmare."
"Why do I have to be in my underwear next to the most physically perfect person on the planet? Why couldn't I have been next to John Goodman or Michael Moore in their underwear?" said Oswalt at the film's premiere Thursday night. "It was a dream that turned into a nightmare."
Foster's dad sentenced in homebuilding scam
A judge has sentenced Jodie Foster's estranged father to five years in a Los Angeles jail for bilking more than $100,000 from poor and elderly people in a home-building scheme.
City attorney spokesman Frank Mateljan said Lucius Foster was sentenced Friday, two days after he was convicted of 21 misdemeanor counts of grand theft. The 89-year-old has been jailed since Wednesday.
He was convicted of taking $5,000 each from people for whom he promised to build affordable homes made from cargo containers. The units were never built, and prosecutors said he blatantly lied to clients.
Watson tells teens to be true to themselves
Emma Watson's advice to teenagers is "feel comfortable in your own skin."
Watson, 21, a British actress who was cast as Hermione Granger in the "Harry Potter" series when she was 10, said she's preparing to step out of the safe world of film sets. She has been studying at Brown and Oxford universities.
She said her best advice to teens is "be true to who you are and do the best to feel comfortable in your own skin. You are all right exactly as you are."