David Arquette's told us in the past that he and estranged wife Courteney Cox can see other people, and it looks like that wasn't just talk.
E! Online reports that Arquette revealed the identity of his new girlfriend on Howard Stern’s Sirius show: "Entertainment Tonight" reporter Christina McLarty.
The 40-year-old told listeners Wednesday that he and Cox have moved into "the friend zone," opening him up to see “someone new.” The pair split last October after 11 years of marriage.
Estranged couple Courteney Cox and David Arquette have oft repeated that their split hasn't affected their friendship, and it doesn't look like it's affected their business relationship either. TVLine reports that the actors are reportedly developing a sitcom together.
The “Friends”-esque comedy series “explores the ups and downs of relationships across a group of friends, spanning 10 years,” according to sources. It’s tentatively titled “10 Years.”
Two of the characters may be nominally inspired by David and Courteney's separation and co-parenting situation. (The actors are parents to daughter Coco, 7.) Arquette could potentially be a star, but Cox would likely stay behind the scenes, as she has “Cougar Town” commitments.
The couple will start pitching the ensemble project to networks soon, and TVLine speculates that Cox and Arquette’s ABC Studios-based Coquette Productions will likely get first dibs.
If David Arquette’s relationship with his estranged spouse Courteney Cox could be summed up with a status update, it would probably read, “It’s complicated.”
The 39-year-old actor told CNN as much while on the red carpet at the premiere of his film “Scream 4,” which also stars Cox.
“Anyone who’s gone through something like this knows that it’s really difficult,” Arquette said of the couple’s separation last fall. “People are complicated, we’re complicated creatures.”
David Arquette tells all about his battle with drugs and alcohol in his first post-rehab interview on "The Oprah Winfrey Show" today.
"When I had my first drink of beer, I must have been 4 years old," Arquette tells Winfrey, according to Us Weekly. "I was down in the basement with my dad and beer was there and I just grabbed it and drank it. And I remember that. It's one of my earliest memories."
It was also the start of his lifelong struggle with alcohol and drugs.
Michael Vick may have backed out of his upcoming "Oprah Winfrey Show" appearance, but the talk show host has landed herself an equally controversial guest for the episode.
According to a rep for the show, David Arquette will appear in a sit-down with Winfrey on February 24.
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Vick, who served 21 months on dog fighting charges, was initially booked for that day but suddenly canceled for personal reasons, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
Things certainly haven't been easy for David Arquette since his October split from wife of 11 years Courteney Cox. Now, his rep confirms to CNN, the actor has entered a live-in rehab facility over the weekend.
"Rehab was inevitable," an insider tells People magazine. "He is dealing with a broken heart. He can't handle all the changes in his life. All his inner demons came out."
In an interview with Howard Stern in December, Arquette said had been "drinking a lot" and that "everybody's worried and concerned about me."
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