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Katie Holmes A Vegan?

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She may play a vegan in the upcoming film The Extra Man, but is Katie Holmes also one off-screen? According to one source, the 32-year-old has dropped the meat and dairy — and gushed while meeting Paul McCartney backstage at one of his concerts. “Katie said she was a huge fan and Tom was really disappointed at missing out. She is a vegan and backs a lot of the same campaigns as Sir Paul.” Chalk this one up to pure rumor. [via Monsters & Critics]

Kevin Costner’s Ocean Therapy Solutions, which creates those oil-filtering centrifuges we heard about all summer, has a new website. Previously, there was just a splash page while they reorganized behind the scenes. Now, there’s videos, press releases, and everything else to satiate your curiosity on how this technology works. [go to: OTS.org]

David Attenborough has responded to the controversy surrounding his narration consistently being replaced by Discovery for American audiences — and it’s predictably classy. “Obviously as a narrator I’m sorry my narration isn’t there,” he said during the 2010 Television Critics Association Tour. “But I’ve also done my time as a network controller… and on certain occasions you want to make a change. But the version I narrated is on the market and people can take which they wish.” [via MNN]

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