LONDON (AP) -- Nicole Kidman has moved on since her divorce to fellow Hollywood star Tom Cruise, and she hopes others will follow suit.
"Everyone keeps asking me all the time, 'How are you? How are you?' I mean divorce is divorce and it's a really tough thing to go through," Kidman said in a television interview aired Saturday on the British Broadcasting Corp. "You have to pick yourself up and move forward and that is what I am doing."
Did the divorce sour her on the institution of marriage? "Oh no, I'd love to get married again," she said.
Kidman described her 11-year relationship with Cruise as a "fish bowl" that sometimes forced the couple to take extreme measures to protect their privacy.
Too much security for Dylan
MEDFORD, Ore. (AP) -- Bob Dylan wanted tighter security for his current tour, but he didn't expect to be held up at the door before his own show because he didn't have a backstage pass.
Dylan, traveling in support of his new album "Love and Theft," was set to play the last Oregon stop on his tour Tuesday night when he had trouble getting through a checkpoint at the Jackson County Exposition Center.
It wasn't clear whether the three security guards, all in their 30s, recognized Dylan. "If it was George Strait, they probably would have recognized him," said venue manager Chris Borovansky.
But even if they knew who Dylan was, the guards had strict orders from Dylan's security director that no one -- no one -- was to get backstage without an official credential.
"He said no exceptions," Borovansky said. "Absolutely none."
Weatherly settles for real thing
RADNOR, Pa. (AP) -- "Dark Angel" stars Jessica Alba and Michael Weatherly may be engaged in real life, but everything is quite chaste on screen.
The Fox show's second-season story line has their characters, genetically superior siren Max and cyberjournalist Logan, unable to come into physical contact due to a virus that will kill him.
Weatherly, 33, tells TV Guide he doesn't mind the on-screen obstacle.
"I'm up for it," Weatherly told the magazine for an Oct. 15 cover story. "Because I know at the end of the day, I get to go home to the real thing."
Alba admits her parents initially did not approve of their relationship.
"I'm like their baby girl," she said. "I mean, my dad was the man in my life, you know? And now he's not."
Some attention has focused on the 13-year age difference between Alba, 20, and Weatherly, making them cautious in interviews.
"It's like people think my interest in Jessica could only be of a sexual nature, that it couldn't be emotional or intellectual," he said. "I find that really childish and mean-spirited."
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