Uma Thurman snags a multi-millionaire Congratulations to the actress on getting a ring with an "8-plus carat center stone surrounded by 20 smaller stones" upon becoming affianced to Swiss multi-millionaire Arpad Busson. That should go a long way towards making up for her ex Ethan Hawke getting it on with the nanny. People.
George Clooney: voice of reason, peacemaker and over-all good guy While Jack Nicholson and Tom Hanks are sneering at each other over the SAG and AFTRA contract talks, Clooney writes a letter asking for reconciliation and togetherness and taking care of the less fortunate. "Unlike the NFL, in this guild, the quarterbacks protect the linemen. I've been very lucky in my career, which has put me in the place that I don't need a union to check on my residuals, or my pension, or to protect my 12-hour turnaround. I used to need that, and may again, but right now I don't." Hollywood Reporter.
Most disappointing news of the week The long-awaited box office smack-down between the former and current Mrs. Brat Pitts will not happen. Jennifer Aniston's
indifference-inducing much-anticipated He's Just Not That Into You has been pushed to February aka Romantic Comedy Gulag. Angelina Jolie's Oscar-bait film, The Changeling remains at Oct. 24. This is really sad for Jennifer. She was hoping to still be with John Mayer by the time He's Just Not That Into This Irritating Title opens, but it's probably a stretch to imagine the relationship will last until around Valentine's Day. Valentine's Day! Of course. That seals it. It won't last. She's doomed. Us Weekly.
Wall-E wins So far this year, the cutey robotkins is the best reviewed movie, scoring 98 per cent on Rotten Tomatoes.
Guy Ritchie is giving up the red bracelet It's reportedly not just the wife he's quitting. Mr. Madonna has also lost interest in Kabbalah. The British Sun reports he's through with the religion and that, “A few weeks ago he told her he doesn’t want anything else to do with it. It didn’t go down well.” And here is more divorce speculation.