Josh Brolin has been pictured kissing Kathryn Boyd.
The No Country for Old Men actor was seen smooching with the blonde, who has reportedly worked for him as an assistant, in Rome this weekend. According to People.com, the pair "wandered the cobblestone streets and stopped at the famous Trevi Fountain."
Josh, 46, has been single since his divorce from Diane Lane, his wife of eight years, was finalized last year.
The actor - who also had a stint in rehab November last year after a number of drunken incidents - in is in Italy working on Everest, about an ill-fated expedition up the world's highest mountain in 1996, which resulted in eight people's death when their team got caught in a blizzard. The movie will also star Jake Gyllenhaal, Jason Clarke and John Hawkes.
In preparation for the film, Josh and Jake went for a hike in the Santa Monica mountains, but things took a downward turn after they lost sight of their direction markers. "They'd started out in Malibu canyon and followed marked paths until they got to a rocky area where Jake wanted to climb. When they started back down the other side of the mountain, Jake kept insisting he knew the way but after an hour, Josh realized Jake had no clue."
Despite quarreling with him on Orphans, Alec Baldwin is apparently taking a cue from Shia LaBeouf.
The 30 Rock actor penned an open letter online claiming that he's retiring from public life. Fed up with what he claims is the media's false, twisted perception of his character, Baldwin uses most of his letter to tell his side of recent news stories that have shed a poor light on him: "But - I’m sorry, I can’t let go of this - do people really, really believe that, when I shouted at that guy, I called him a 'f****t' on-camera? Do you honestly believe I would give someone like TMZ’s Harvey Levin, of all people, another club to beat me with?"
Baldwin additionally points out that all of the bad publicity surrounding him have cost him projects, including his lucrative Capital One deal, which he says he donated all of his fees to charity. Moreover, even though he's known for being a quintessential New Yorker, the 55-year-old contemplates in his letter whether or not he should raise his daughter in L.A. instead, considering the increased paparazzi craze.
"It’s good-bye to public life in the way that you try to communicate with an audience playfully like we’re friends, beyond the work you are actually paid for. Letterman. Saturday Night Live. That kind of thing," the 16-time Saturday Night Live host concludes.
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Sam Worthington has been arrested for punching a photographer.
The Avatar actor is said to have rushed to his girlfriend Lara Bingle's defense when she was allegedly kicked in the shin by a paparazzo as the couple were leaving Cubbyhole bar in Greenwich Village, New York City. Sam was charged with assault and released on bail for reportedly punching the camera-wielding snapper in the face, and has been set a court date for February 26, the NYPD told TMZ.com.
The photographer, named Sheng Li, was arrested and booked for reckless endangerment, assault and harassment. During the scuffle, the Australian hunk is said to have referred to model Lara as his "wife," shouting at the photographer, "you kicked my wife."
However, a source told the MailOnline, "He would have been speaking figuratively. They are definitely not married, as far as I know." The couple were rumored to have tied the knot during a secret ceremony in Western Australia earlier this year and have been spotted wearing matching rings.
Katherine Heigl is helping two rescue dogs from Sochi, Russia find new homes in the US.
The 35-year-old actress picked up the two dogs, named Sochi and Adler, from former Bachelorette Ali Fedotowsky, who escorted them safely to Los Angeles from Sochi on Saturday, where she working was an Olympic correspondent for E! News.
The 27 Dresses star, who has seven dogs of her own and co-founded the Jason Debus Heigl Foundation, aimed at finding happy homes for shelter dogs, told PEOPLE.com that she was inspired to help after hearing officials in Russia planned to kill any stray dogs found near the Olympic Park, and was concerned that one of the animals had been very sick on the flight: "Sochi hasn't eaten in 15 hours and is throwing up so we are hoping that it's just from the travel. We haven't done this before. We haven't done a rescue from another country. I'm nervous for the dogs. It's an awfully long flight. I'm hoping it's the beginning of the good life to come."
Kylie Jenner wants to be an actress.
The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star, who is already a fashion designer, is eager to carve out a career in Hollywood rather than follow in her older sister Kendall Jenner's footsteps on the catwalk.
"Right now I love designing and I want to pursue that career once I turn 18, but acting is something I would regret not giving a chance when I'm older, so I would love to try it and see if I like it," the 16-year-old said. She also told Marie Claire Mexico magazine, "I used to do plays in school and then in my community. I would participate in all of them 'til I was 13."
Jake Gyllenhaal and Alyssa Miller are back together.
The End of Watch star, 33, ended his six-month relationship with the 24-year-old model in December after they struggled to cope with him relocating to Los Angeles from New York to shoot his upcoming film Nightcrawler, but they really missed each other.
"It has been less than two weeks so it is new again," a source said.
The couple were in regular contact throughout their time apart, and another insider said, "They were still talking during the break. When he was done with Nightcrawler he was spending a lot of time by himself and with his family over the holidays and he missed her.'"
Jake pulled the plug on his romance with the Sports Illustrated beauty before Christmas, as they could no longer handle having a long distance relationship. "[Jake] was very taken with [Miller], but I think their work definitely drew them apart. I know people are bummed, because many thought he had a chance this time," a source said at the time.
Ian McKellen has praised Ellen Page for coming out.
The veteran actor - who publicly revealed he was gay in 1988 - is glad the star has been open with the world about her sexuality and thinks it will serve as encouragement for other people to see "it does get better." He told Buzzfeed, "All this has come to a happy conclusion, hasn't it? With Ellen Page ... coming out. That gladdened my heart so much. For people who are lonely... reading that about someone whose career they follow is a little bit of a help and encouragement to them to think it does get better."
Sam Worthington has sparked rumors he recently married Lara Bingle.
The Avatar star and the 26-year-old model, who both hail from Australia, have been spotted wearing matching rings in New York City.
The 37-year-old heartthrob, who was previously linked to model Sophie Monk, wore a simple gold band on his left ring finger while out walking around Manhattan on Thursday, according to PEOPLE.com. Lara, who recently moved to New York, showed off a similar ring in a photograph she posted of them on Instagram on Valentine's Day last Friday, with the caption, "His Heart. My Heart."
A spokesperson for the couple has yet to comment on rumors they tied the knot recently.
"Sometimes I'm like, Who is this guy? Can you be a little bit of that? Can we bring that guy home for a little bit?"
- Camila Alves, speaking about watching her husband Matthew McConaughey in romantic comedies.
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Leonardo DiCaprio hasn't ruled out getting married.
The 39-year-old actor, who is currently dating 21-year-old German model Toni Garrn and has previously romanced a string of well-known beauties, including Gisele Bundchen and Bar Refaeli, will consider tying the knot when it feels "right."
When asked if a wedding is something he envisages for himself, The Wolf of Wall Street star told Gayle King on CBS' This Morning on Thursday, "The truth is, it's gonna happen when it's gonna happen. I'm just gonna let it happen naturally. I really am. That's the only way to do it, I feel. And when it's right, it's gonna be right."
Leonardo insisted he is very happy with Toni, with whom he was spotted holidaying in Courchevel, France earlier this week: "I'm all right. I'm good for now."
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