First comes news that David Duchovny and Téa Leoni are divorcing.
Then comes news that their split had less to do with his sex addiction issues and more to do with Téa’s new friendship with Billy Bob Thornton.
Now, in the November issue of More magazine, the 42-year-old actress mentions the co-star of her new movie, Manure.
What does she say? A lot. But it’s the last few words that leave us scratching our heads with suspicion.
“I’m basically made to look like Tippi Hedren. Hitchcock blonde is what we’re going for. The entire movie is brown. Everything. The sets, the props, the wardrobe, the cars. And I’m the only thing in cream. It’s funny, it’s a very simple thread but at the same time it’s all about our relationship to (excrement). Our own, others’, selling it, making it, smelling it, being offended by it, reveling in it, getting hit with it when it hits the fan. But at the same time, we have this incredible cast with Billy Bob Thornton, who is maybe my new favorite person in the world.”