Congratulations are in order for Ellen Barkin and Ben Emmerson!The 60-year-old actress and the 51-year-old British barrister are reportedly engaged — and they were reportedly introduced at George and Amal Clooney's wedding back in September.
—I was actually playing a mother who had all the best intentions and approached things horribly.“Ellen met him at George and Amal’s wedding and they totally hit it off,” a source revealed.“It happened quickly but she’s totally fallen for him and flies to see him all the time." George and Amal at their Sept. (Photo Credit: Getty) “She is so happy and in love again,” the insider continued, adding that Ben — who is Amal's colleague — proposed to Ellen over the holidays.“Harvey opened the door for a few people, a night with Harvey – that’s the price you pay.” He added: “It’s like when mob rule takes over, the mob is out there, they are carrying their torches and they are going to burn down Frankenstein’s castle.It’s crazy how simplified things are becoming.” Gilliam’s comments sparked an immediate backlash, with the writer and director Judd Apatow tweeting that they were “idiotic and dangerous”, while Barkin posted: “Terry Gilliam, you talk too much.” Gilliam’s representatives have not yet responded to a request for comment.In "Life Is Not a Stage," Henderson, 77, writes about her hardscrabble upbringing, her failed first marriage, affairs, (including a one night stand with a prominent politician that resulted in a humiliating case of crabs) and bouts of depression.FOX411: A lot of people don’t know you were a big Broadway star before ‘The Brady Bunch.’ Florence Henderson: No they don’t.I didn’t want to be in poverty, I didn’t want to be with people who were doing unpleasant things, I wanted to be better than that. FOX411: Why did you include the story about New York City Mayor John Lindsay giving you crabs? FOX411: You wrote how you went on a date with Barry and there was a kiss. Henderson: I love to read memoirs but I know when they’re not being really honest and I thought if I’m going to write this I’m going to write about myself as a human being who has had to overcome an awful lot in my life and had to face a lot of challenges, make a lot of mistakes, make some bad choices but I’ve managed to keep growing and evolving to live a very full life filled with friends, four children that I adore, five grandchildren and a career that I dearly love. Hey as I said in my book it takes courage to be happy. FOX411: You write about how Robert Reed was always complaining about the scripts. I am only starting to learn how the film business works, but I can say from first-hand experience working with these two incredible actresses, what’s astounding to see and feel is that mysterious, almost indescribable force, that they have nurtured and sharpened into an ability to never give up and to never bow out.And with no compliment to myself, to hear them say that after 30 years in film, their work in is among their proudest, is a testament not to my film but to their tenacity and power as women and as artists, who are quite possibly just approaching their peak.