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Good Morning America Captures and Video

Here is the video and captures on Courteney on Good Morning America today,how gorgeous does this woman look? I have captures from Letterman and Regis and Kelly coming up as well as videos and candids of her arrivals.. please bare with me as theres a lot to upload!

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Courteney Cox: ‘We know we love each other’

Courteney Cox says she and David Arquette are still working on their marriage.

“This is a pretty private matter that’s been made pretty public. But it’s our own fault,” Cox said this morning on Live with Regis and Kelly. “David and I are both pretty open. He’s really open. What are you going to do?”

“We have a great handle on it. We’re really close. He’s my best friend. We’re putting Coco, obviously, first. At first it wasn’t quite as easy. When you first get separated, David had a lot of acting out. He’s over 100 days sober. He’s really gotten it together. At first it was a little rough. Now we’re able to actually look at the relationship to see if we’re compatible. We know we love each other, but how does the rest of it work?”

As for the new Scream 4 movie, which also stars Arquette, Cox said the films have played a part in her marriage, “The first one we fell in love. The second one I hated him. The third one we got married. And this one, we started off having problems in the marriage.”

Last night, she told David Letterman that Arquette to “hit on” her during a recent trip to Disney World. “I told him, not right now. You don’t have the Fast Pass right now. Not for that ride.”

Courteney Cox Weighs in on the ‘Cougar Town’ Finale

I’ve spent many a Wednesday night fantasizing about becoming an honorary member of a certain dysfunctional, boozy and all-around awesome cul-de-sac crew.
So when I sat down with Courteney Cox at the ‘Scream 4’ junket on behalf of our sister site, Moviefone — check out that chat here — I couldn’t resist slipping in a few ‘Cougar Town’ questions to quench fans’ thirst before the show returns from its distressingly long hiatus next week.

Cox was happy to confirm that Bobby (Brian Van Holt) and Laurie (Busy Philipps) are indeed going to start selling Penny Cans when the show returns on Monday, April 18. For fans who want to enjoy the authentic Penny Can experience from the comfort of their own cul-de-sac, it’s worth noting that the phone number that will appear on-screen in the episode is a working line that will connect them to a cast or crew member to take their order, so that you, too, can enjoy the world’s ultimate time-wasting activity (preferably with a penny in one hand and Big Carl in the other).

“It’s a really good business, I think — I mean, who doesn’t want a cleaned out paint can?” Cox deadpanned. “If you had to buy paint and put the paint someplace, you can’t just throw it down the sink, so I say buy a Penny Can; give back. I don’t actually know what’s going to happen to that money, but give back.”

Few sitcoms get to travel to exotic locations for the sake of filming, especially when a studio backlot will do, but following in the footsteps of their Wednesday night brethren, ‘Modern Family,’ Cox and co. did score a free trip to Hawaii in order to shoot the super-sized season finale.

“We go to Hawaii because …” Cox paused, considering whether or not to censor herself before she spilled the beans. “I mean, it’s not like ‘Scream’ where people care about the ending as much, but my son [Travis (Dan Byrd)] goes to Hawaii because he’s devastated — he’s heartbroken by his girl. So, I’m there to try to get him to get his life back on track, like, ‘don’t quit college.’ And at the same time, there’s a whole baby issue going on between me and my boyfriend, Grayson [Josh Hopkins]. So somebody wants kids, somebody doesn’t, it’s too much … You’ll have to figure it out. But it was great, it was really fun to go over there.”

It seems as though the television gods have smiled upon us after 10 weeks bereft of ‘Cougar Town,’ since next week’s return sees not just one but two episodes of the ABC sitcom — the first at 9.30PM ET on April 18, the second in its regular 9.30PM ET timeslot on Wed., April 20, when Cox’s Jules and Hopkins’ Grayson are roped into babysitting the oft-absent Stan for Ellie (Christa Miller), and Laurie hops back into the dating pool after her break-up with Smith, boasting a very unorthodox wingman in Andy (Ian Gomez).

What do you think Jules and Grayson’s baby drama will mean for our happy couple? Will you be ordering an official Penny Can? Don’t miss the return of ‘Cougar Town’ next Monday and Wednesday on ABC.

Courteney Talks To Extra at Premiere of Scream 4

“Extra” correspondent Jerry Penacoli caught up with actors Courteney Cox and David Arquette at the premiere of their film “Scream 4” — and as they both posed for pictures, they seemed happy to be joking around. Could this mean they may get back together?

“I don’t know. We’re not divorced,” Cox said. “We couldn’t be in a better place. It’s better than before we were separated because we’re getting to know each other in a different way.”

“That’s all to be determined,” Arquette told Penacoli separately. “It just has to be right for us both and if it is we’ll be together and if it’s not we’ll be apart, but we’ll be good to each other.”

Arquette was also celebrating 100 days of sobriety. “I don’t drink anymore and I’m cool with that. I love that. I love the clarity that I have now. I love the groundedness I feel.”

‘Scream 4’ Stars All Insist They’re Not The Killer

For the die-hard “Scream” fans out there, one of the many joys in watching the films for the first time is trying to figure out who the killer is. With the release of the fourth installment of the franchise just days away, rumors and speculation are running rampant across the interwebs.

To help you narrow down your list of potential killers, MTV News had the cast of “Scream 4” make a case for why you won’t see their characters wielding any knives or wearing Ghostface masks come Friday.

“My character is not the killer, because she knows horror movies too well,” Hayden Panettiere said of her spunky, know-it-all character Kirby Reed. “She knows how they work, and she’s too terrified in that scene in the preview.”

“I can’t do it because O.J. already did it,” Anthony Anderson joked about his character, Deputy Perkins.

“Yeah. That would be racist,” added co-star Adam Brody. “You’re not going to have the black guy killing all the white people.”

“No,” Anderson agreed.

“And yeah, my guy is just kind of a dummy,” Brody said of Deputy Hoss. “I could be putting everyone on, but I don’t think I have enough screen time to totally be the killer, but maybe?”

David Arquette, who returns to the franchise as Dewey Riley went for a more cryptic approach.

“I’m not the killer, because I am the killer,” he said.

“My character’s not the killer because maybe she is,” Courteney Cox said of intrepid nosy reporter Gail Weathers, coincidentally echoing the same phrase as her onscreen husband.

“My character is not the killer because she’s Sydney Prescott,” said Neve Campbell, who returns to the franchise as the central character.

“My character Jill is not the killer because she’s Sydney’s cousin — hel-lo!” Emma Roberts argued.

And finally, Aimee Teegarden weighed in: “Why am I not the killer? I’m not the killer because I have great hair in the movie,” she said. “And if you have great hair, you don’t die — bottom line.”

So what do you think, “Scream” fans? Is one of them lying? Tell us in the comments!

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Courteney Cox: ‘Gossip doesn’t interest me’

If there is a word to describe the recent press junket for “Scream 4,” the latest sequel to the immensely popular horror franchise, that word would be “awkward.”

How else would you describe a junket that features a famous Hollywood couple – Courteney Cox and David Arquette – who fell in love on the set of the first “Scream” movie 15 years ago, and now have to appear together to promote the newest “Scream” while their marriage is breaking apart?Not only is their marriage of 11 years ending, but it is ending quite publicly – on entertainment TV shows, in gossip columns and on the covers of countless celebrity magazines.

To hear them tell it, the awkwardness was confined to the media. The couple, who sat next to each other at a press conference, continued to speak fondly of each other whenever asked about the awkwardness of the situation. They appeared to have made peace with their marital separation.

In “Scream 4,” which opens Friday, Cox, 46, reprises her role as Gale Weathers, a tough TV reporter obsessed with fame, and Arquette, 39, returns as the goofy Sheriff Dewey. Neve Campbell also is back as slasher-bait Sidney Prescott. A new generation of actors, including Emma Roberts, Hayden Panettiere and Adam Brody, has been brought in to deal with the slashing killer in the distinctive mask.

Once again, the body count matches the self-aware jokes.Sipping from a cup of decaffeinated coffee in a Sunset Strip hotel suite, Cox explained why she has returned to the horror franchise (she insists it wasn’t the money), revealed what movie scared her as a child and told us what she says to her 6-year-old daughter Coco when she asks why the paparazzi is taking her picture.

ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER: What was the first movie that scared you?

COURTENEY COX: Oh, it had to be “The Exorcist.” I sneaked into the theater to see it when I was 13.

Q. Do you remember how you reacted to seeing “The Exorcist?”

A. It might be because I was raised in the South, but those movies that involve the devil freak me out, but I also love them.

Q. Then you are less a fan of the slasher film than the devil film?

A. Yes. The one thing I like about the “Scream” movies is that they are smart slasher movies. You get involved with the characters. You care about them. It’s like watching a really good drama, but with gore.

Q. Has it dawned on you during the last 15 years that you are part of a horror franchise that is scaring a whole new generation of kids, just as you were scared by “The Exorcist?”

A. Absolutely. I think it’s fun to be part of something like that. I remember when we started doing press for the first “Scream,” all the media focus was on the question of whether movies caused serial killers. It was all very serious, and we were forced to say that movies were entertainment, and do not give serial killers ideas. Now, nobody asks that question at all. The world is so crazy that nobody cares what we’re doing in movies.

Q. Do you think movies are off the hook on the serial killer question?

A. Look, if a movie is going to influence someone to do something bad, then anything in life would influence them to do something bad. You’re either a stable person, or you’re not.

Q. You have said that your character in “Scream” is all about seeking fame. Is that accurate?

A. I think I have a darker vision of Gale than either Wes (director Wes Craven) or Kevin (writer Kevin Williamson). I think she’s a character you want to be immoral. You want her to be a bitch. You want her to be this person. I think it’s funny when she goes off the deep end and says inappropriate things. She’s not that nice. We have lovable characters in the movie already, so that’s why I fight for Gale to be as ruthless as possible.

Q. Your character seeks fame, which is something you have some experience with. Are there any moments when you regret auditioning for “Friends?”

A. Never. It’s a small price to pay. Sure, it’s a drag sometimes, but not that big of a drag. I’m not someone who likes to complain.

Q. I don’t want to put you in the position of being someone who is complaining about being famous, but I was wondering if there were times when the intrusion on your privacy made it not seem worth it?

A. Some people hate it, but nothing’s perfect.

Q. You seem to have learned how to live with it. Are there times when you still get surprised by the attention?

A. The other day I was at this place in Malibu, and I was on the phone with David. We were going to meet at some store nearby, but he said he was surrounded by paparazzi at the time, so he might be a little late because he might have to take a circuitous route to the store. I told him not to worry, but I would be in the store waiting for him. I was wearing black workout clothes, a hoodie and no makeup, I hadn’t showered that day. I looked disgusting. I didn’t realize that the whole day, when I was driving around Malibu, I was being followed by photographers. I got to the store, and David looked great with a new leather jacket, and the cameras were clicking away. I thought, “Oh great, he looks great and I look disgusting, and that’s the reunion shot.”

Q. At that moment, you don’t regret being famous?

A. I don’t take these things seriously. I’m not one to look up stuff about me on the Internet. I don’t know a lot about what people are saying about me. I’ve made a point of not knowing the websites that follow celebrities. Gossip doesn’t interest me.

Q. But you’ve been the object of gossip for more than 15 years?

A. I know. But now that David and I aren’t living together, the TV doesn’t go on in my house. It’s not that I don’t love TV. I do, but I’m busy doing other things, like taking piano lessons, and taking pool lessons. I love going into a bar to shoot pool.

Q. Does you daughter ever hear gossip about you?

A. She does. She’s in first grade, and she reads things. Or kids will say something at school, like “We saw you in a magazine.” She knows all about the paparazzi. She’s always asking me why they want to take her picture, and I explain that her mom was on a television show once that was very popular and they just like to do that. I don’t know what to say to her. I worry about it, but then she goes and tells her friends. She gets very excited about all the attention.

Q. I can remember a time when the paparazzi didn’t take pictures of a celebrity’s children.

A. And there are so many paparazzi now. They’re everywhere. When David I first were going through our troubles, it wasn’t as bad for me because I live way out, but he lives in the city and they would follow him constantly and ask him questions in front of our daughter.

Q. Do you dread seeing the black SUVs with the smoked glass?

A. It’s not just SUVs anymore. They also have black Priuses with smoked glass. The economy and rising gas prices are affecting the paparazzi, and even they have to worry about mileage because they drive around all day.

Q. There is talk of a fifth and sixth “Scream,” which I’m sure will depend on how much money “Scream 4” makes at the box office. Did you come back for “Scream 4” for the money?

A. No.

Q. Why did you come back?

A. I love doing the “Scream” movies. I was waiting for this. I was disappointed they didn’t do it five years ago.

Q. What is the answer to that? Why didn’t they do this sequel five years ago?

A. Everybody was busy. Life happens.