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I don't remember hearing about Naomi Watts and Liev Schreiber splitting up. It makes me kind of sad. I thought that they would make it.

Naomi Watts says her split from Liev Schreiber was initially a "scary" transition.

The 48-year-old English actress broke her silence in an interview with The Daily Telegraph Australia after separating from Schreiber after two children and 11 years together.

"I feel I'm in a good place in my life and I want to make sure my kids are healthy, my kids are happy and things are going to go well," Watts said. "Those are my hopes for me and for all of us."

"I feel, whether you're famous or not, transitions are scary for anybody," she later added. "I feel like change is always scary, but that's only because transition for anyone is new and you wonder how things are going to go."

Watts and Schreiber have co-starred in several movies, including The Painted Veil and The Bleeder, and share two sons, 9-year-old Alexander and 7-year-old Samuel. The couple announced their split in a joint statement in September.

"Over the past few months we've come to the conclusion that the best way forward for us as a family is to separate as a couple," the pair said.

"It is with great love, respect, and friendship in our hearts that we look forward to raising our children together and exploring this new phase of our relationship," they added. "While we appreciate your curiosity and support, we ask the press be mindful of our children and respect their right to privacy."

Watts showed her support for Schreiber in October by attending the opening of his Broadway play Les Liasons Dangereuses. She will star on the new Netflix series Gypsy and also appear in Showtime's revival of Twin Peaks.

I hope that they can work it out. I like those two.

Be Well,

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Anthony Michael Hall charged in confrontation with neighbor
Prosecutors in Los Angeles have charged former child star Anthony Michael Hall with felony battery with serious bodily injury.

TMZ said the charges stem from a September confrontation Hall had with his neighbor.

If convicted, the 48-year-old Sixteen Candles and The Breakfast Club alum could possibly spend up to seven years in prison.

The New York Daily News said an attorney for Hall did not immediately respond to its request for comment regarding the story.

"It's a weird thing to have your dad or your parent be on the stage with a million people saying their name and you're like, 'No, that's just dad.' But I started to get used to, that person was Phil and then when we were home, that was dad."
--Lily Collins, on growing up with a famous father, singer-songwriter Phil Collins, on Harry

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Cher, Andy Garcia, other celebrities react to Fidel Castro's death
Singer-actress Cher and actor Andy Garcia are speaking out about the weekend death of former Cuban President Fidel Castro.

Castro died Friday night at the age of 90.

"Fidel Castro Was a Murderous Dictator..He's Dead. Like ALL Strong-Man Despots,He Let His Ppl Suffer & Die Because Of His Insane Ego," Cher tweeted.

Garcia, who was born in Cuba, issued a longer statement to the entertainment industry trade newspaper Variety.

"It is necessary for me to express the deep sorrow that I feel for all the Cuban people both inside and outside of Cuba that have suffered the atrocities and repression caused by Fidel Castro and his totalitarian regime," Garcia wrote.

"The promises of his so-called revolution of pluralism and democracy, were and continue to be a false promise and a betrayal of all basic human rights," he continued. "The executions, persecution and imprisonment of political dissidents and the LGBT community, denial of free press, elections and religious freedoms, continue to be his legacy. He claimed that history would absolve him, but it can also condemn him."

Comedian Patton Oswalt and television personality Billy Eichner joked about the historic event on social media.

"Florence Henderson and now Fidel Castro. Weird how the stars of I LOVE LUCY passed away so close together," Oswalt tweeted.

"RIP to everyone's favorite television mom, Fidel Castro," read Eichner's post.

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Which Recording artist tweeted Kanye West: 'I support & love u brother'?

Lady Gaga responded to rapper Kanye West's hospitalization with a string of supportive tweets this week.

"i support & love u brother, I see in you bravery & courage to stop this tour & take care of YOU. You are a GREAT artist," she offered in one post.

"While I don't agree with everything he does I hope the public shows compassion and for @kanyewest and each other. One love. One Race," read another message.

"It's not funny to joke about anyone's possible or not possible mental illness, this is a sensitive time for many. Let's be kind & loving," she also said.

West -- who is married to reality TV star Kim Kardashian -- has been hospitalized since Monday for "exhaustion." He last week canceled his Saint Pablo concert tour following days of attention-grabbing rants on stage.

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