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<I>Twilight</I> stud <B>Taylor Lautner</B> says those `little jean shorts' his werewolf character wears in the film franchise hold lots of sentimental

Twilight stud Taylor Lautner says those `little jean shorts' his werewolf character wears in the film franchise hold lots of sentimental value.

Wednesday, June 16, 2010 1:47 GMT

HOLLYWOOD (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Twilight: Eclipse hunk Taylor Lautner plans on nabbing at least one souvenir from the Twilight set: The cut-off jean shorts his werewolf character, Jacob Black, sports in several scenes. Lautner recently joked with reporters that those “little jean shorts” hold “a lot of memories” and he’s really going to miss them once the film franchise wraps. Lautner has no idea what brand the special cut-offs are and adds, “They’re just jeans that Jacob finds in the woods, man.”

HOLLYWOOD – Betty White – Hollywood’s favorite cougar – wouldn’t mind puckering up to her former Proposal co-star, Ryan Reynolds. When asked if she would’ve liked Sandra Bullock to kiss her instead of Scarlett Johansson at the recent MTV Movie Awards, White confessed that instead of a girl-on-girl smooch, she would’ve preferred laying a big wet one on Johansson’s husband, Ryan Reynolds.

HOLLYWOOD – Brunette beauty Eva Mendes is happy to finally show off her funny bone in the upcoming comedy, The Other Guys, in which she plays Will Ferrell’s wife. Despite not landing many roles in comedy flicks, Mendes says the genre is where she’s “most comfortable.” She tells W magazine that the two comments she usually gets from fans are “You seem a lot taller on film” and “You’re funny.”

HOLLYWOOD – Paramount execs have confirmed that they’re making a sequel to Lindsay Lohan’s 2004 comedy, Mean Girls, headed straight to DVD. Although Lohan could clearly use the work, there are no plans to feature the wild starlet in the follow-up, or her co-stars Amanda Seyfried, Rachel McAdams, and Lacey Chabert, for that matter.

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