Christina Applegate

Warner Bros. Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore Premiere

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The stars of Warner Bros. hilarious new movie “Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore” walked the green carpet last night for the film’s Los Angeles premiere held at the famed Grauman’s Chinese Theatre.

A radiant Christina Applegate looked stunning in a sleek black dress and was accompanied by two of her co-stars James Marsden and Chris O’Donnell.

The family adventure comedy is a sequel to the 2001 movie “Cats & Dogs”, will be released in 3-D on July 30th.

To watch the trailer and play some interactive games head to the official website

It’s just like real spies… only furrier!

Snaps from the Emmy Awards

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Holy pregnancy belly, Batman! Heidi Klum looked like she could pop out her baby at any second while she was on the red carpet at last night’s Emmy Awards, but somehow she still managed to look hot. You know thousands of pregnant women thew themselves on the floor and cried tears of jealousy when they saw her in that dress. Totally not fair.

Anyway, we all know that the Emmy Awards are more about what you’re wearing than what you’re winning, and these are some of the best of the best. Jennifer Lover Hewitt, Christina Applegate, Stephen Moyer (!!!), Drew Barrymore, Justin Timberlake and Hayden Panettiere all managed to make our best-dressed list. Honorable mention goes to Kat Deeley, who looked uber cute during her segment of the show.

Christina Applegate is Back At Work

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Christina Applegate is back working again, and the Mavrix cameras caught up with her as she was filming an episode of Samantha Who? It’s good to see her doing what she does best, but I’m kind of surprised she’s acting so soon.

As you probably remember, Christina underwent a voluntary double mastectomy in July (only four months ago!!!) in an effort to avoid breast cancer. Good for her…she’s an inspiration!

Christina Applegate is Cancer Free

As I reported a little while ago, Christina Applegate was diagnosed with breast cancer. Now, she claims she’s breast cancer free. How can she be so sure? Because she underwent a voluntary double masectomy. Yahoo says:

Speaking on ABC News’ “Good Morning America” in her first interview since announcing her diagnosis earlier this month, the “Samantha Who?” star said she had a double mastectomy three weeks ago. She’ll undergo reconstructive surgery over the next eight months.

“I’m going to have cute boobs ’til I’m 90, so there’s that,” she joked in the interview, which aired Tuesday. “I’ll have the best boobs in the nursing home. I’ll be the envy of all the ladies around the bridge table.”
The 36-year-old actress elected to remove both breasts even though the disease was contained in one breast. She said she is now cancer-free.

Applegate called the operation a logical decision. Her mother battled breast cancer, and she tested positive for the BRCA1 gene mutation linked to breast and ovarian cancer.

“I just wanted to kind of be rid of it,” she said. “So this was the choice I made and it was a tough one.”

A tough choice to make, for sure, but a commendable decision. I’m sure she’ll be looked to for inspiration for years to come. Stay strong, sister!

Sad News for Christina Applegate

It seems like Christina Applegate can’t catch a break. Earlier this year, her 26-year-old on again, off again boyfriend of several years died. Now, she has cancer. Her publicist released the following statement:

“Christina Applegate was diagnosed with an early form of breast cancer. Benefiting from early detection through a doctor ordered MRI, the cancer is not life threatening. Christina is following the recommended treatment of her doctors and will have a full recovery.”

Life threatening or not, this sucks. This should be a reminder to us all how important it is to get regular exams…it’s better to know and catch cancer early than to keep your head in the sand and find out when it’s too late to do anything about it. Of course, we at MavrixOnline wish Christina a speedy and healthy recovery.