â¢ Rachel McAdams knows how to make a scene! The actress (and hockey enthusiast) was out of her seat and made it onto the JumboTron while watching game 4 of the NHL Stanley Cup Finals at TD Garden in Boston. There with her family and friends, McAdams was captured so many times on the screen cheering wildly as the Boston Bruins defeated the Vancouver Canucks, that the stadium renamed it the "Rachel McAdams Cam!"
â¢ Rachel McAdams and new beau Michael Sheen grabbed a table for themselves at Tsunami Sushi in Baton Rouge, La., where Sheen is currently filming Breaking Dawn. According to onlookers, the couple was sitting side by side and looked "very cozy together. It was obvious they were romantically together." The two ordered off the menu and stayed for a few hours, enjoying the late night dinner while Sheen's castmates like Ashley Greene and Kellan Lutz ate at the sushi bar in a group.
"The Time Traveler's Wife," adapted from the 2003 best-seller by Audrey Niffenegger, is one of those gooey romantic mind-benders, like "Ghost" (which I adored) or "The Lake House" (not so much), in which a couple must come to grips with some trippy impediment to their relationship, such as life after death or a hole in the space-time continuum.
We can laugh about it now. Last year's Iraq movies -- "Grace is Gone," "Lions for Lambs," "Redacted," "In the Valley of Elah" -- were conflicted, anguished, and disillusioned. Which must have been how the filmmakers felt when the public shrugged and went to "Transformers" instead.