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Danny DeVito and estranged wife Rhea Perlman have reportedly reconciled after announcing in early October they had separated after 30 years of marriage.
The two have been working on their relationship in recent months and have called off the separation, People magazine reports.
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Danny DeVito spoke for the first time since announcing his split from Rhea Perlman, after 30 years of marriage.
The actor was spotted leaving lunch with friends in Malibu, Calif. on October 20 and when asked by a TMZ cameraman if he planned to remain friends with Perlman, DeVito said, "Everything's good man" and offered a thumbs-up gesture as he continued on his way.
Danny DeVito and Rhea Perlman have separated after 30 years.
The 67-year-old actor's spokesperson confirmed the split to ABCNews.com on Monday, October 8.
A "Twins" sequel entitled "Triplets" is in the works and will reportedly star Arnold Schwarzenegger, Danny DeVito and Eddie Murphy.
Schwarzenegger and DeVito to reprise their roles as experimentally conceived twin brothers Julius and Vincent from the 1988 comedy "Twins." Murphy will star as their newly-discovered brother, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Danny DeVito says Dr. Seuss' widow, Audrey, has been "very, very supportive" about the making of the animated movie "Dr. Seuss' 'The Lorax.'"
The 67-year-old actor portrays the part of the title character in the movie, which is based on the author and poet's 1971 children's book. The film hit theaters on Friday, March 2, on what would have been the author's 108th birthday. Singer Taylor Swift portrays an original character, also named Audrey.
Taylor Swift says she loved the process of creating an animated character for the new film "Dr Seuss' The Lorax," which required her to talk to herself.
The movie was released on Friday, March 2, on what would have been the 108th birthday of Seuss. The writer and poet, whose real name was Theodor Seuss Geisel, died at age 87 in 1991. "The Lorax" film is based on his 1971 book. Swift, 22, portrays a girl named Audrey, which is also the name of the writer's widow.
A television adaptation of "Romancing The Stone," a 1984 film starring Michael Douglas and Kathleen Turner, is in the works, a report says.
In the movie, Turner plays a romance novelist named Joan Wilder who flies to Colombia to try and rescue her kidnapped sister and ends up on a treasure quest in the jungle with a mysterious American traveler named Jack T. Colton, played by Douglas.
The Foo Fighters kicked off last night's mtvU Woodie Awards in Austin with their new single "Rope" from their upcoming album, "Wasting Light" which is set for release on April 12, 2011.
The previous night, the band played the album in its entirety during a two-hour set, which followed a screening of their documentary "Foo Fighters: Back and Forth" at the SXSW music festival, which they are headlining with Kanye West, Bright Eyes and The Strokes.
Taylor Swift has signed on to do voice-over work in CGI-animated Universal and Illumination Entertainment movie, "Dr. Seuss' The Lorax," alongside Danny DeVito, Ed Helms, Zac Efron, Rob Riggle and Betty White, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
"The Lorax" follows an idealistic young boy (Efron) who is trying to get the attention of his dream girl (Swift) and looks for the remorseful Once-ler (Helms) to find out what the world used to look like before it was so polluted. Once-ler tells the boy the story of the Lorax (DeVito), a moody creature who speaks for the trees and once tried to protect his world against the Once-ler's destruction against the environment.