A decade ago, there were some long-term Hollywood romances we forgot about and some flings we didn't even know about. In honor of Throwback Thursday, here are 15 couples from 2004.
The four friends in this movie all have very different personalitites. They range from Type A to Type Who Brings Cocaine On a Plane In A Baby Powder Container.
Kirsten Dunst is turning 30 in April – the milestone birthday that often marks the transition from young adulthood into middle-aged adulthood (even if you're a famous actress). For Kirsten, the approaching number has caused her to begin thinking about starting a family, and subsequently, pondering who would make a good baby daddy.
Kirsten Dunst doesn't have much patience for reporters who ask her about her ex-beau Jake Gyllenhaal's budding new romance with Taylor Swift. When asked by reporters what she thought of the couple at the New York premiere of her new film, All Good Things, Kristen almost lost her cool.
Josh Hartnett, whom we do not recall seeing in a movie since Sin City, is now dating Abbie Cornish, the Australian import most famous for allegedly breaking up Reese Witherspoon and Ryan Phillippe's marriage.
The Holiday season is often a time for nostaligia, of thinking back on the relationships that have come and gone in your life. For celebrities it is no different. In the December issue of Allure, Kirsten Dunst, whose movie All Good Things comes out in March, reflects on the ghosts of boyfriends past. She admits to the beauty mag that she and ex-boyfriend Jake Gyllenhaal aren't in touch. "It would be nice to see him," she says. "But we're not good friends."
Kirsten Dunst is throwing her hat into the ring of young Hollywood starlets scratching each other's eyes out for a piece of the hot Robert Pattinson action. Sneaky sources tell Star that the snaggle-toothed Spider-Man actress is smitten with pretty, beleaguered Rob and wants him for her very own.