|Borat topped the box office for a second week in a row with an estimated $29 million. The critically-admired Will Ferrell comedy Stranger Than Fiction came in fourth place with an estimated $14.1 million, the Sarah Michelle Geller PG-13-rated horror movie The Return came in eighth place with an estimated $4.7 million, The Ridley Scott-directed
Russell Crowe romantic comedy A Good Year came in tenth place with an estimated $3.7 million, and the Christian Bale drama Harsh Times came in thirteenth place with an estimated $1.8 million.
Tobey Maguire and fiancée Jennifer Meyer welcomed a baby girl born Friday, the actor's rep confirmed to E! Online. The couple were said to be "proud and happy" of their "beautiful" daughter.
Jude Law and Sienna Miller have called it quits yet again, People reports, citing a source who claims it's over for good this time.
Warren Beatty will receive the Cecil B. DeMille Award for lifetime achievement at the Golden Globes on Jan. 15, it was announced Wednesday. Beatty has won five Golden Globes in the course of his career. Also, on Friday, Beatty's wife Annette Bening received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Meanwhile, Jack Nicholson's daughter, Lorraine, was named Miss Golden
Globe, a.k.a. second generation personality who is responsible for directing stars off the stage after they accept an award.
Tom Cruise jetted to Rome Monday, just days before his wedding, which is expected to occur this weekend at a castle north of the city, an airport official told Reuters. Katie Holmes and Suri were nowhere in sight. The mayor of Bracciano, Italy, where Cruise and Holmes' weekend wedding is believed to be going down, is imposing a $1,500 "paparazzi tax" on photographers and camera crews wishing to shoot from the windows and balconies of the town's city hall, which overlook Castle Odescalchi, the alleged site of the vow swapping, according to a local newspaper. Oprah
Winfrey will not be making the guest list for the couple's wedding. "I was not one of the invitees. That's fine. I don't get invited to everyone's wedding," the talk show host told "Extra" in a segment airing Tuesday. After the wedding, it'll be back to work for Cruise. The actor has signed on to star in Lions for Lambs, his first venture for United Artists since he and
C/W partner Paula Wagner took over the studio, Daily Variety reports. Robert Redford will be directing and also starring, along with Meryl Streep. Meanwhile, nonprofit group Mentor L.A. will be honoring Tom Cruise for his commitment to helping Los Angeles public schools at a March 22 fundraiser to be held on the Fox lot, Daily Variety reports.
Borat producer Jay Roach told MTV News that a sequel to the hit film is under discussion. "We've talked a lot about it. We have talked about ideas to try different stuff," Roach said.
Angelina Jolie boarded a crowded commuter train in Mumbai, India Monday to film scenes from A Mighty Heart. The actress and her costar, Dan Futterman, were escorted by bodyguards, who restrained over-eager fellow passengers from getting too close.
An anonymous bidder paid $70,200 for a pair of sunglasses Steve McQueen is believed to have worn in the opening scenes of 1968's The Thomas Crown Affair. A Rolls Royce Silver Shadow from the film that was sold in the same auction Saturday brought in exactly the same price.
George Clooney has been named People's Sexiest Man Alive for 2006, joining Brad Pitt in the elite group of hunky male stars to receive the honor twice. "Brad's going to be upset," Clooney told the mag.
Casino Royale, starring blond Bond Daniel Craig, premiered in London Tuesday before an audience that included Queen Elizabeth II. Despite initial backlash, Craig is now being hailed by some as the best 007 since Sean Connery.
Eva Longoria is denying rumors that she is starring in a lesbian movie with Beyoncé, People reports. The "Desperate Housewives" star said she had seen reports that she would be starring with the singer in an adaptation of Tipping the Velvet, but they are "completely and absolutely not true."