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Jodie Foster Can't Defend Mel Gibson While Promoting Their Film on 'Late Show' (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted May 6th 2011 3:16AM
Jodie Foster, 'Late Show with David Letterman'Jodie Foster and Mel Gibson have a friendly relationship dating back 15 years. Recently, they worked together on the new film, 'The Beaver,' which Foster directed. But it looks like that friendship may have taken quite a hit from his more recent antics in the public eye, based on her remarks on 'Late Show' (Weeknights, 11:35PM ET on CBS).

Before David Letterman even finished asking her if she could defend his actions, she vehemently said, "No!"

"He's wonderful in the film," she said, carefully not saying much of anything about his character as a person. It must be an incredibly awkward position for her to be in. Of course, after the investment and work that went into 'The Beaver,' she wants it to be a success.

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Jodie Foster Defends 'Beaver' Co-Star Mel Gibson on 'GMA' (VIDEO)

by Donald Deane, posted May 5th 2011 12:00PM
Jodie Foster Defends 'Beaver' Co-Star Mel Gibson on 'GMA'On 'Good Morning America' (weekdays, 7AM ET on ABC), Jodie Foster defended Mel Gibson, her co-star in 'The Beaver.' Foster referred to Gibson as an "incredible friend" and said that his performance deserves to be seen despite his several highly-publicized rants.

"[Gibson is] an extraordinary actor and I don't think I've ever seen him give a performance like this that is so deep and so raw," Foster said, referring to Gibson's role in the dark comedy as a deeply troubled man who uses a beaver hand puppet as his sole form of communication.

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Craig Ferguson's Robot Sidekick Works 'Red's' Red Carpet (VIDEO)

by Aimee Deeken, posted Oct 15th 2010 7:00AM
Robot Geoff Interviews 'Red' Stars at Premiere"Geoff Peterson" can be much more than Craig Ferguson's straight man robot on 'The Late Late Show' (weeknights, 12:37AM ET on CBS). He has red-carpet talent: the ability to catch movie stars off-guard, make them laugh and say things like "I love you" (surely something red-carpet reporters rarely hear from celebrities).

At the 'Red' premiere, Geoff made Richard Dreyfuss ponder this: "Which would you rather -- quail hunting with Dick Cheney or carpooling with Mel Gibson?"

Ferguson had advised John Malkovich to slap Geoff when he visited the red carpet. But after a flimsy tap to his face skull, the two hugged and made up. Sylvester Stallone suggested carbohydrates for Geoff and later remarked to Bruce Willis: "Trouble is, we're gonna end up looking like that one day."

But guess which famous (publicity-shy) actress dissed Geoff?

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May Sweeps Guest Stars

by Andrew Scott, posted Apr 23rd 2009 6:00AM
Jodie FosterMay sweeps has officially arrived. For TV fans that means a full month of explosive season finales, jaw-dropping cliffhangers and -- best of all -- a long list of famous guest stars from both the big and small screens.

Among the A-listers you'll see this season: a daytime TV queen (Elisabeth Hasselbeck), a 'Star Trek' icon (Leonard Nimoy) and a two-time Oscar winner (Jodie Foster) who will finally let Maggie Simpson do the talking.

Check out our guest stars gallery to see when all of Hollywood's finest will be sweeping their way onto your favorite TV shows.


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The Daily Show: September 11, 2007

by Annie Wu, posted Sep 12th 2007 9:01AM
Jodie Foster"Iraq Me, Dave Petraeus": Ohh, man. It's tough to fail with an "Amadeus" reference, really. Although, weirdly enough, I thought of "Dr. Zaius" from The Simpsons before I thought of the original song by Falco. I suppose breakdancing space apes will always stick out in my mind a little more than other things. The montage comparing the words of Bush and Petraeus was pretty well done. I wonder what poor intern had to dig through the archives for those. Also, I wonder if they included the Iraq-ified MC Escher piece because they were worried people wouldn't get the reference.

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