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'X-Men's' James Marsden and wife Lisa Linde to divorce

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James Marsden and his wife Lisa Linde are calling it quits after 11 years of marriage. Linde filed for divorce on Sept. 23 citing irreconcilable differences with her hubby, best known as Cyclops in the “X-Men” franchise.

She is seeking spousal support and joint legal and physical custody of the couple’s son Jack and daughter Mary, People reports.

"This was a mutual decision,” a rep tells the magazine. They are committed to raising their kids together and remain great friends."

Marsden was already having a bad month in September after the weak opening of his gruesome thriller “Straw Dogs” costarring “True Blood’s” Alexander Skarsgard. The violent remake scored a poor 36% rating on Rotten Tomatoes and has earned just $8.8 million at the box office so far.

Despite it all, Marsden let loose the night his wife filed for divorce. TMZ got the star singing outside the Papaya King hot dog shop in New York at 4:30 a.m. Check out the video to hear him belt out “Very Superstitious” with friends.

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Photo: James Marsden and Lisa Linde at the "Death at a Funeral" premiere in Los Angeles on April 12, 2010. Credit: Jason Merritt / Getty Images


'Hop' movie premiere: Russell Brand, James Marsden and the Hoff

James Marsden and some chicks at the premiere of the movie "Hop" Married life sure has turned Russell Brand into a sweet little bunny -- or, wait, maybe that's the work of "Hop," which features Brand as a teenage bunny along with James Marsden in a movie that blends animation, live action, Easter and rock 'n' roll.

Russell Brand poses with a fan at the premiere of "Hop"

 

 

 

The two stars were among those who turned out Sunday for the Universal CityWalk premiere of the movie, which finds Marsden's out-of-work slacker Fred O'Hare involved with Brand's E.B. after the latter flees Easter Island for Hollywood to become a drummer instead of going into the family business.

Hugh Laurie, who provides the voice of E.B.'s dad, was on hand in Universal City, as was Kaley Cuoco, who plays Fred's younger sister Sam. Marsden brought his wife, Lisa Linde, while David Hasselhoff, who plays himself in the film, hosted daughters Taylor Ann and Hayley Amber.

Also spotted from the cast: Django Marsh, Tiffany Espensen, Gary Cole, Elizabeth Perkins and Hank Azaria, who brought his son Hal. Director Tim Hill showed, as did writers Ken Daurio and Cinco Paul. Click the pics for more photos from the premiere.

Easter may not be until April 24, but "Hop" hits U.S. theaters Friday.

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Photos: Russell Brand poses with a young fan, left, and James Marsden poses with massive baby chicks at the "Hop" premiere in Universal City on Sunday. Credits: Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images; Phil McCarten / Reuters


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