Apart from that, how was your weekend?
... brought to you by Nicole Kidman at the Golden Globes, wearing what appears to be a costume for an artsy remake of Xena. I kinda checked out from the Globes when it became clear that Ricky Gervais had cut the venom by an estimated 67 per cent. But if you want to know who won, simply click here. And then come back. Please. (Frazer Harrison/Getty Images).
Splitsville "Mena Suvari is calling it quits on her 18-month marriage to concert producer Simone Sestito. An attorney for the actress, 32, filed divorce papers on her behalf on Friday in L.A. County Superior Court, her rep confirms to People. According to court papers obtained by People, Suvari cited "irreconcilable differences" and asked that Sestito receive no spousal support. She indicated that the pair's separation date was Nov. 1, 2011. Suvari and Sestito married in June 2010 in Italy, in a private church in the Vatican City in what the pair called a "romantic" wedding. The couple met at the Toronto Film Festival in 2007 and were engaged in 2008. This will be Suvari's second divorce; she split from her first husband, cinematographer Robert Brinkmann, in 2005."
Because four children with three different women just isn't enough People: "Kelsey Grammer is about to be on double duty. The Boss star seemed thrilled to gush about expectant wife Kayte Walsh, 32, and announce that they are having twins. "I'm really looking forward to meeting these new arrivals," Grammer, 56, told reporters backstage at the Golden Globe Awards after his win. "Fatherhood's always different, based upon the character that comes into your life. They arrive and tell you what you have to do."
Oh, goody LA Times: "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2" may not be the end of Bella, Edward and Jacob's on-screen journey, according to the head of the franchise's new Hollywood home. The chief executive of Lions Gate Entertainment, which on Friday acquired "Twilight" film studio Summit Entertainment for $412.5 million, said he believes the film franchise will continue to have value to his company,even after the Nov. 16 release of the fifth movie completes the adaptation of author Stephenie Meyer's four books. "I'm anticipating 'Breaking Dawn Part 2' being $700 million-plus in worldwide box office," said Jon Feltheimer, predicting the next film would slightly outdo the $697 million global take of "Breaking Dawn Part 1." ... One person close to the acquisition deal but not authorized to speak publicly suggested that because Lions Gate, unlike Summit, has a television production unit, it could adapt "Twilight" for the small screen. Asked whether there was a possibility of bringing "Twilight" to television, Feltheimer answered, "I would certainly hope so."
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