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REBECCA ROMIJN AND JERRY O’CONNELL SQUEEZE IN A DATE

Posted in Jerry O'Connell, Rebecca Romijn on August 16, 2011 by fadedblog

Rebecca Romijn and Jerry O’Connell enjoyed a romantic lunch date in Woodland Hills, CA on Monday (August 15).

Taking a break from chasing after their two-year-old twins, the celeb couple made sure they made time for each other as they stepped out for an afternoon of Mexican cuisine.

Meanwhile, the quintessential coming-of-age film Stand by Me celebrates its 25th anniversary this year. The movie tells the story of four 12-year-old boys in a small town in Oregon and the Labor Day weekend that changed their lives forever.

The film was a hit almost immediately after it was released in the summer of 1986 and has gone on to become a beloved classic. Corey Feldman, River Phoenix, Wil Wheaton as well as Jerry played buddies who veer into the Oregonian woods to find a dead body.

The movie was a sleeper hit when it was released on August 8, 1986, opening in only 16 theaters but then going on to earn more than $50 million at the box office.

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REBECCA ROMIJN AND JERRY O’CONNELL BRUNCH WITH THEIR BABIES

Posted in Jerry O'Connell, Rebecca Romijn on September 20, 2010 by fadedblog

Jerry O’Connell and Rebecca Romijn made the most of their weekend as they took their twins daughters, Dolly Rebecca Rose and Charlie Tamara Tulip, for breakfast in Calabasas, CA on Sunday (September 19).

Jerry and Rebecca could be seen swinging one of the twins as the other was held close by dotind dad Jerry before they all sat down for a one-hour feast.

Meanwhile, Jerry’s new TV show The Defenders airs sometime next week co-starring Jim Belushi.

The upcoming lawyer show based its lead characters on a couple of real-life Las Vegas defence attorneys named Michael Cristalli and Marc Saggese who were featured in a documentary.

As for reviews? Writes Variety: “While The Defenders tries to position its protagonists as plucky underdogs, they’re pretty evenly matched in the Wednesday-night scheduling game opposite two other new series devoted to crime and punishment: The Whole Truth and Law & Order: Los Angeles. Of course, CBS has overcome long odds with familiar-sounding concepts in the past, but in this case, don’t bet on it. Because sometimes, what happens in Vegas really should stay in Vegas.”