CATHERINE TATE has revealed that she and Doctor Who co-star DAVID TENNANT are looking for more projects together.
The comedian said in a webchat with Guardian readers that she would love to team up with Broadchurch star David again, and that they were on the hunt for roles.
She said she had loved starring alongside him.
“Working with David is the best. We get on so well and it’s just always so much fun. It’s just that something clicked when we first started working together from day one on The Runaway Bride and hopefully will continue to,” she said.
“We’re looking for future projects together.”
ANGELINA JOLIE has said she’d be ready to pursue a political career - if she could make a difference.
The 39-year-old Hollywood star and United Nations Special Envoy said she didn’t know what her future held.
But she told ITV News at Ten’s Julie Etchingham: “I’ve always gone wherever I felt I was needed.
“When I started working with the UN, I felt I loved working in the field and I felt I was useful in the field.
“And then there was a point where I realised that I was only so useful in the field because someone had to go to Washington and plead the case.
“And so then I would do that,” she added.
JENNIFER ANISTON has revealed just what her fiance gets up to in the privacy of their bedroom - hiding in her closet.
The Hollywood star said JUSTIN THEROUX loves playing tricks on her.
She told US show The Talk: “He makes me laugh constantly. He loves to surprise me. He loves to scare me. He hides in closets for 20 (minutes). It literally happened last night.”
JOHNNY DEPP has said he’s completely unfazed by his recent film flops.
The Pirates Of The Caribbean star has not enjoyed his usual success with recent films Transcendence and The Lone Ranger.
Johnny told Details magazine that he used to “care so.... much” it was “beleaguering”.
He said that not caring was a “total liberation” because he was now “game to try anything”.
Johnny, 51, who is engaged to actress AMBER HEARD, compared the pressure to create hit blockbusters to “like being a dog at the track”.