Gossip roundup

· Details' list of "well-endowed men" includes Liam Neeson, Matt Dillon, Kevin Costner, Bruce Willis, Jason Priestley and Sean Penn. "One celebrity stylist claims to have heard (from gossipy ex-girlfriends he's worked with)" that Tobey Maguire, Johnny Depp and Colin Farrell are also eligible for the list. [Page Six]
· Mayor Bloomberg, Heidi Klum and Kyle MacLachlan were spotted getting a sneak peak at John McDonald and Steve Hanson's new Dos Caminos Soho on West Broadway. (Oddly we were there as well, but at least one of us was paying too much attention to the margaritas to notice the mayor or Heidi Klum.) [Page Six]
· Actor Nathan Lane, responding to producer Cy Feuer's attack on the 1992 revival of "Guys and Dolls", saying Faith Prince was "too tough" and Nathan "incapable of playing a Jew" : "Faith won the Tony, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Awards and became an overnight star. I was nominated for my first Tony and won the Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Awards...and now if you'll excuse me, I'm late for Hebrew School." [Liz Smith]
· What Heidi Klum looks for in a man: "Good body odor. When they get really musky, it can be real good." [Liz Smith]
· John Kozero, a spokesman for Fireman's Fund (an insurance company that underwrites a number of reality shows) on the proliferation of reality-show lawsuits by participants claiming to be hurt or humiliated: "This is a litigious society, and there are a lot of underemployed attorneys out there who need to make money, [But] it's clear that producers seem desperate to top one another in terms of stunts and effects." [NY Daily News]