According to this website Courteney will be in a new movie called The Big change (2009).
A Southern socialite (Cox) struggles to adjust to her daughter’s embracing of hip-hop culture.
Yay I can’t wait to see it lol.
Courteney & David were at the Launch of Fallout 3 Videogame at the LA Center Studios in Los Angeles yesterday and once again they look adorable lol, I’ve added the pictures in the gallery.
When women make movies, Hollywood pays attention, as scores of A-listers turned out to see Demi Moore, Courteney Cox and screenwriter Kirsten “Kiwi” Smith make their directorial debuts.
Jennifer Aniston, Lucy Liu, Sheryl Crow, Kirsten Dunst, Sacha Baron Cohen, Ashton Kutcher and David Arquette were among the stars who gathered at the Directors Guild headquarters Tuesday for Glamour magazine’s annual Reel Moments event, where Moore, Cox and Smith each showed a short film based on stories by Glamour readers.
“It’s a tremendous gift” to have the opportunity to direct, Moore said. “I realized, besides being completely terrified about taking this on, that people had faith in me far more than I had in myself, and that I will keep for the rest of my life.”
Moore’s 12-minute film, “Streak,” features her daughter Rumer Willis as a free spirit who inspires a calorie-counting college girl (Brittany Snow) to shed her restrictive lifestyle and have fun.
Cox showed “The Monday Before Thanksgiving,” a 19-minute drama about a woman who finds peace and acceptance on the anniversary of her mother’s death. Cox opened the program by announcing, “I’m available for directing.”
“I love it,” she said in an interview. “I would do it again in a heartbeat.”
Smith, whose writing credits include “Legally Blonde” and “The House Bunny,” showed “The Spleenectomy,” a surreal comedy starring Anna Faris as a community-theater actress who stumbles into a life-or-death audition.
Stars celebrated at a private after-party at the Chateau Marmont. Guests included Matthew Perry, David Spade, Paul Haggis and James Van Der Beek.
Reel Moments, now in its fourth year, invites actresses and other women in entertainment to adapt and direct films based on real women’s stories, said Glamour publisher Bill Wackermann. Past participants include Aniston, Dunst, Kate Hudson, Rita Wilson and Rosario Dawson.
Courteney was at the Glamour Reel Moments in Los Angeles with Jennifer Aniston, Demi Moore and other celebs, I’ve added the pictures in the gallery. I’ve also added new candids of Courteney at the Tompson hotel in Beverly Hills.
Gallery Link – Glamour Reel Moments in Los Angeles, October 14
Gallery Link – Tompson hotel in Beverly Hills, october 13
In the November issue of Marie Claire, Courteney Cox-Arquette reveals that she and husband David Arquette have every intention of making their 4-year-old daughter Coco Riley a big sister someday. The 44-year-old actress — who has been open about her difficulty in maintaining a pregnancy prior to giving birth to Coco — reportedly told the magazine that the couple have frozen her eggs in their effort to have another child. That Coco has enjoyed so much undivided attention has served her well thus far in life, however, says Courteney.
“I was a shy child, and Coco is so confident. She has a lot of people loving her.”
As she has gotten older, Courteney says she’s “never felt better physically.” While she sometimes feels pressured to look younger than she is, she is at ease with her appearance. “Don’t get me wrong, I’ve had a baby, so there are certain things that will never be the same … But I don’t have to wear a bikini. I don’t have to wear a miniskirt.”
Added scans of the november issue of Marie Claire into the gallery.Enjoy!
Gallery Link – Magazine Scans – Marie Claire November 2008