Charlize Theron and Keanu Reeves have taken their on-screen romances out of the multiplex and into real life, according to The National Enquirer. The actors, who have been friends for years, began dating in the wake of Charlize's breakup from her partner of eight years, Stuart Townsend, in January.
We'd like to show some love to all the lefties out there! In case you haven't heard, it's Left Handers' Day! Now, while only a select number of us have managed to nab a lefty, (only 10 percent of people are left handed) those of us who did, got some pleasant surprises. Research suggests that people who predominately use their left hand have higher than average IQs, maybe be more independent and more able to adapt to life. Some researchers even believe that lefties have more leadership abilities pointing to the recent number of left-handed presidents we've had in the United States. Some other fun facts about left handers: left handers excel in baseball, tennis and swimming, four of the five founder of Apple were left handed, and left handed people typically reach puberty before righties. While we realize some of the traits like adaptability and determination are probably inherited because it's a right-handed world, we still believe a lot of it is pure sex appeal. So, in honor of Left Handers' Day, we've developed the nine lefties we'd like to date.
So you've always wanted to have a baby with Brad Pitt, but didn't know how to ask Angelina Jolie to release his scrotum from her bony fist for half an hour. Rest assured, you're not alone. A lot of people want Brad Pitt's sperm. And Robert Pattinson's. And Johnny Depp's. And now, thanks to Cryobank sperm bank, they can — sort of.
It only took them like 17 years after being on-screen lovers (Bram Stoker's Dracula) and if gossip is right, the flirting has paid off. Keanu Reeves and Winona Ryder may or may not be thinking about, considering a potential relationship. We're glad that they didn't rush into anything.