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Rachel McAdams said her local grocer in Toronto had her try an unorthodox cure for her insomnia: Marijuana. However, the actress said she had an unpleasant experience while on the drug and started to hallucinate.
McAdams was a guest on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" on Monday, April 8. She told Kimmel that she had a great grocer who would always had "a little something special" for her, like a bottle of exclusive maple syrup from Quebec. She went on to describe one time where her grocer tried to help her out with her insomnia.
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Owen Wilson spent several months in Paris, filming his new Woody Allen film, "Midnight in Paris" and was so taken with the city, that he's considering a move.
"I just loved living in Paris," Wilson told Chris Balish of OnTheRedCarpet.com. "I could see myself living there one day. It's a great city."
In honor of Valentine's Day, Rachel McAdams and Channing Tatum of "The Vow" gushed to OnTheRedCarpet.com about their most romantic gifts.
McAdams, 33, and Tatum, 31, play lovebirds in the romance drama, which was released last week. The two have found love in real life, although not with each other - Tatum is married to actress Jenna Dewan and McAdams has been dating Michael Sheen, her co-star from the Oscar-nominated Woody Allen movie "Midnight In Paris," since at least early last year and confirmed their relationship in May 2011.
Rachel McAdams returns to the big screen in "Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows" and the actress said she had "fun" working out her relationship with her character and Robert Downey Jr.
"The relationship between Robert and I is fun, that's a fun dance and getting the pitch of that just right," Adams said in an interview provided by Warner Bros. Pictures. "It can be quite playful and then there's drama and danger and all the good stuff."
Michael Sheen has endlessly nice things to say about his "Midnight in Paris" co-star and girlfriend Rachel McAdams, but he was also terribly impressed by director Woody Allen.
"I think he's ploughed his own course, sort of outside of the studio system," Sheen told Chris Balish of OnTheRedCarpet.com. "He's made films that are very much his vision, very much absolutely his voice, the fact that he's so prolific as well, you know he's documented what it's really like."
Rachel McAdams and Michael Sheen who are co-stars in Woody Allen's new film, "Midnight in Paris," have confirmed they are dating, following months of speculation.
"We spent our nights really laughing, and walking around Paris, Notre Dame is my favorite spot, and having great meals. It was a great way to get to know anyone," Sheen told Us Weekly. "She's the most wonderful person I know. We got to know each other on set, it was an amazing time. We've been a couple for a while now."