Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Jack Nicholson's fashion statement

He attended Monday's Phillies-Cubs game -- in a Yankees cap.

Jack Nicholson's fashion statement

Look out, old Jack is back. (Photo: Ron Cortes)
Look out, old Jack is back. (Photo: Ron Cortes)

Jack Nicholson, shooting the James L. Brooks comedy in town, was spotted sitting near home plate at Monday's Phillies-Cubs game in a white Yankees cap. Fans gave him a pass because, well, he's Jack Nicholson. The Phillie Phanatic came out on the field in a Batman costume and pretended to take on "The Joker." Nicholson played along, shaking his hands to signal that he was going to "get him."

Meanwhile, the movie's star Reese Witherspoon, who starts before the cameras Tuesday (7/21) in the Brooks comedy, was Jake Gyllenhaal-less at dinner with her kids and nanny Saturday at Plate restaurant at Suburban Square in Ardmore. She's living on the Main Line.

And there's a race against time playing out. Kathryn Hahn, who plays Paul Rudd's assistant, must end her work in the next two weeks because she's seven months pregnant with her second child.
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