This is from MTV . com. They're a little more reputable than "two tabloids".
Wedding Crashers" star Owen Wilson reportedly was hospitalized Sunday afternoon in Los Angeles, although no official confirmation has been given.
The Santa Monica Police Department released the following statement to TMZ.com: "On Sunday, Aug. 26, 2007, at 12:10 p.m., officers from the Santa Monica Police Department responded to a medical assistance call from the Santa Monica Fire Department at the 900 block of 23rd Street. The person was transported to a local hospital where they are being treated." People.com reported that the home is Owen Wilson's residence.
Wilson's brother Luke was seen visiting Beverly Hills' Cedars Sinai hospital Sunday *** in a videotape on Entertainment ***'s Web site. Sightings of other Wilson family members have been reported by various media outlets.
Several sites have claimed that Owen Wilson attempted suicide, but those reports have yet to be substantiated.
Owen, 38, is the middle child of the Wilson brothers, all of whom act, frequently with each other. Earlier this year, eldest brother Andrew co-directed alongside Luke "The Wendell Baker Story," a film in which Owen appeared.
Wilson, one of the most bankable comic actors working today, is best known for his roles in blockbuster comedies including "Wedding Crashers," "You, Me and Dupree" and "*** at the Museum." One of the most prolific leading men today, he has a bevy of upcoming projects in various stages of production, including the already completed "Drillbit Taylor" and "The Darjeeling Limited."
The latter film, Wilson's latest collaboration with friend and frequent collaborator Wes Anderson, is scheduled for release September 29. Wilson was scheduled to attend the film's premiere next week at the Venice Film Festival. Wilson earned an Oscar nomination for his writing on an earlier Anderson effort in which he appeared, "The Royal Tenenbaums."
Wilson is also scheduled to appear in the big 2008 summer comedy, "Tropic Thunder" opposite "*** at the Museum" co-star Ben Stiller. MTV News recently spoke to that film's co-writer Justin Theroux, who said they were still in the midst of *** the film in Hawaii.
MTV's requests for comment from Wilson's representatives had not been granted at press time.