In the most recent episode of 'Running Wild with Bear Grylls', Cox also opened up to the survivalist about her love life.
Courteney Cox has revealed she regrets letting the pressures of appearances lead her to get plastic surgery earlier in her career, saying that she has “learned lessons”.
The 52 year old former ‘Friends’ star spoke to Bear Grylls in a new episode of ‘Running Wild’ that aired on Monday (August 22nd), taking time out from hiking and survivalism in the Irish Highlands to talk about her career and love life.
“Getting older, I don't think that's the easiest thing. But I have learned lessons,” she told Grylls. “I think I was trying to keep up with getting older and trying to chase that. It's something you can't keep up with.”
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Life is quite sedentary in the small town of Bright Hope, the people rely on the support of Sheriff Franklin Hunt and as such he and his deputies keep things in order. When a beaten up man arrives in the town, he's soon asked many questions by the town Sheriff Hunt though is given few answers. The man who gives his name as Buddy is injured and the local doctors assistant tends to his wounds.
That night the town is attacked by unknown vigilantes and a person is murdered. When Sheriff Hunt returns to the Sheriff station he finds his deputy, the prisoner and Samantha (the doctors assistant) all missing. With few clues to work with, Hunt retrieves an arrow from the crime scene and seeks assistance from a native American who informs him where the arrow has come from.
The Sheriff and a small group of towns folk set out into the desert to find the kidnappers but they're far from prepared to deal with the brutal and cannibalistic methods of the troglodyte clan. For the future of their small town and to save the captures prisoners, the men of Bright Hope must out maneuverer the cannibals.
The 42 year-old actor welcomed Charlie West into the world on Monday (April 28th), with his 'Entertainment Tonight' correspondent girlfriend.
David Arquette is now a father to a baby boy!
The 42 year-old, and his TV host girlfriend Christina McLarty, welcomed their son Charlie West on Monday (April 28th), in Los Angeles.
The new addition is now the little brother to sister Coco, 9, Arquette's daughter with ex-wife Courteney Cox.
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Things are going very, very well for the actress and the Snow Patrol musician.
Courteney Cox may have still been legally married to ex-husband David Arquette this time last year, but things are already going so well with new beau Johnny McDaid that Cox may be looking at making the big commitment all over again. Well that's what Ed Sheeran has hinted to The Daily Mirror anyway. The British singer-songwriter has been living rent-free with the Friends actress recently which has perhaps allowed him to gauge Courteney and Johnny's relationship status.
Things Are Going Swimmingly For Courteney Cox & Johnny McDaid.
Sheeran said that the couple were already living together and that things are going rather swimmingly: "I'm not sure that it's public knowledge, so maybe I shouldn't have said anything - but, yes, they're already living together. Things are moving fast. He moved in and, judging by the last time I saw them, they couldn't be happier," he said. "They get on really well and are genuinely good friends, pardon the pun," the pop star added.
Congratulations are in order for David Arquette and his girlfriend Christina McLarty, they're having a baby!
David Arquette is going to become a father again.
The American actor is expecting his first child with girlfriend, Christina McLarty, according to sources close to the on-and-off pair and she is already in her 4th month, TMZ reports.
Arquette already is a father to 9 year-old Coco Arquette, whom he had with ex-wife Courteney Cox.
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It was a long and tedious process, but it's finally done - the Cox-Arquette family is no more.
Some sad news today - after nearly three years of divorce proceedings, the split between Courteney Cox and David Arquette is finally official. The couple, who got together in 1999, called it quits in 2010 and have been doing to court song and dance ever since then. According to the Washington Post, a judge officially approved the split this Tuesday, after 14 years of marriage. No details of the divorce settlement have been announced.
Cox and Arquette legally separated on Dec. 31, 2011, about six months before the pair officially filed for divorce. The couple met while filming “Scream” and announced their split in October 2010. Still, the divorce remained civil and the pair vowed to stay friends and continue raising their daughter together. The struggle to get the divorce finalized has been painfully slow, so the fact that the couple managed to remain friends throughout can only be held to their credit.
Additionally, Cox and Arquette also have some shared creative ventures. After Cox gained international stardom on the 90s sitcom Friends, she moved on to the series Cougartown, which is produced, not so coincidentally, by David Arquette. The producer and actor has also appeared in such films as Never Been Kissed. The People website was the first to break the news that the divorce had been finalised.
For the second time this week, Lil’ Wayne has graced the stages in his hometown of New Orleans – this time at the GQ Super Bowl Party on Saturday, MTV reports.
This time round the set was scaled back quite a bit, having to fit in a half hour slot, but Weezy didn’t fail to deliver nonetheless. He went through some of his most popular tracks like 'John' (as the show opener) 'She Will,' 'Blunt Blowin' and 'No Worries.' The intimate setting and short setlist also had the benefit of putting him closer to the audience, though with an A-list crowd like the one attending the GQ shindig, it probably wasn’t that much of a surprise. Some of the attendees at the party included stars like David Arquette, Kate Upton, Victor Cruz, Terrell Owens, Hayden Panettiere and Terry Crews, so this certainly wasn’t a gig for mere plebians.
During the show the rapper of course didn’t miss thanking God, and, naturally, plugging his upcoming album, which is due to drop sometime next month apparently. Of course, he thanked his high profile fans too, before finishing up the solid performance. Unfortunately, that concludes Lil Wayne’s performances during Super Bowl week, but we all still have the Beyonce half time show to look forward to!
Ok, so the biggest party in America was over at the Presidential Inaugural Ball in Washington D.C. on Monday (January 21, 2013) though it wasn't the only place to find glitz and glamour in the capital! It was a similarly star-studded affair at the Creative Coalition Ball held at the Harmon Center at 6th and F Streets, Northwest.
Red carpet attendees at the bash for the non-profit advocacy group for arts and entertainment included Oscar winning actress Melissa Leo, actor Matt Bomer, Hollywood star David Arquette and actor Omar Epps. Former American Idol judge Paula Abdul was one of the more high profile guests, and tweeted to her 2.4 million followers, "Can't wait for the Creative Coalition ball! SO thrilled to be able to witness and take part of inauguration weekend!"
A truck carrying radioactive waste, a sleepy driver, a rabbit in the middle of the road and a subsequent crash near a dilapidated roadside attraction called Taft's Exotic Spider Farm are all it takes to make the opening scene of "Eight Legged Freaks" feel packed with comedy-horror promise.
For the most part, this tongue-in-cheek homage to 1950s monster-bug movies lives up to that promise, bringing hordes of giant mutant spiders to the screen to prey on B-list stars like David Arquette ("Scream," etc.) Kari Wuhrer ("Anaconda"), Scarlett Johansson ("Ghost World") and Doug E. Doug ("Operation Dumbo Drop") -- all of whom happily exhibit their best B-movie bombast.
Long on cheese, refreshingly short on gore (spiders don't bleed, they ooze green goop), "Freaks" maintains a balance between creepy scares that startle, silly scares that get a laugh and moments that make you go, "Ewww!" The movie never aspires to anything more than eventually getting the entire (surviving) population of a Southwestern small town into their run-down shopping mall, where they try to beat down enormous arachnids with sporting goods and mannequins.
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