Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt don't want their children to be actors.
The couple raise six kids together - Maddox, 12, Pax, 10, Zahara, nine, Shiloh, seven, and twins Vivienne and Knox, five - and despite letting Vivienne have a cameo in her new film Maleficent, Angelina is not encouraging them to become screen stars.
"We think it's fun for our kids to have cameos and join us on set, but not to be actors. That's not the goal for Brad and me at all. I think we would both prefer that they didn't become actors. But she was four at the time and other three and four year old [actors] really wouldn't come near me. Big kids thought I was cool - but little kids didn't really like me. So, in order to have a child that wants to play with [Maleficent]... it had to be a child that really liked me and wasn't afraid of my horns and my eyes and claws, so it had to be Viv," she said.
Brooke Mueller has moved back into the house Charlie Sheen bought her.
The former actress is back living in the exclusive gated community and taking care of her twin boys with Charlie, Bob and Max, four, rather than her brother, Scott, who was appointed their guardian before Christmas.
"Brooke has been living at the mansion in Mulholland Estates since before Christmas. The boys had been living at the house with their temporary guardian, Scott Mueller, but he hasn't been spotted at the house lately. He's been back at his house in Orange County [California] to be with his family. Brooke does have a nanny and a sober living companion also with her in the house. There just wasn't enough room at the condominium she had been living at for her staff," a source said.
Brooke, 36, originally lost custody of the twins when she was placed on involuntary psychiatric hold at the UCLA Medical Center last year. She has since sought treatment for her drug dependency and is said to be on the road to recovery.
Khloe Kardashian still dreams of becoming a mother.
The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star struggled with fertility issues during her four-year marriage to Lamar Odom, whom she filed for divorce from in December, but "prays" she will have her own family in the future. The 29-year-old beauty said, "I love kids. I hope and pray I have kids when the time is right."
But she insists she has no regrets about ending her marriage, adding, "I live for the moment. If you think too far in the future, you might get disappointed or set the bar too low. It sucks at times, but everything happens for a reason, no matter how sh***y your circumstances are. To say where I want to be in 10 years...I have no idea. I just know that I want to be happy and smiling."
Khloe, who reportedly kept her estranged husband's alleged battle with crack cocaine a secret from her family for two years, also admits to her mother Kris Jenner during an interview for the April issue of Cosmopolitan magazine that she often keeps her problems to herself: "I'm not a big 'cry on a shoulder' person. I'm very introverted when it comes to my own stuff. Everyone has issues, and I'm not someone who likes to burden people. That's just how I am. I hold things in. I don't know why."
Philip Seymour Hoffman left his $35 million fortune to Mimi O'Donnell.
The Capote star, who was found dead in his apartment in New York City on February 2 from an apparent heroin overdose, named his estranged partner and the mother of his three children, Cooper, 10, Tallulah, seven, and five-year-old Willa, as the sole beneficiary of his estate.
A source told gossip website TMZ.com that the Oscar-winning actor wrote his will in 2004 before the birth of his daughters, and he also expressed a desire for his son to be raised in Manhattan so he could be exposed to the city's culture, arts and architecture. The 46-year-old star also named Chicago and San Francisco as back-up places for Cooper to grow-up if his original request was impossible, and asked that his son visit both cities at least twice a year for cultural purposes.
The Hunger Games actor reportedly fell off the wagon in 2012 after being sober for more than 20 years and he entered rehab in May 2013.
Neil Patrick Harris thinks moving to New York City will help his children's education.
The How I Met Your Mother star and his fiance David Burtka are relocating from Los Angeles to the East coast, and although the weather isn't as nice, he believes the move will ultimately be better for their three-year-old twins, Gideon and Harper.
"When we're lugging two children through the snow and sleet and wind, I don't know whether we'll enjoy it so much. But I think the kids' eyes will be open to a lot of things that I wouldn't have thought to show them in Los Angeles," he told Life & Style.
Neil and David recently bought a $3.6 million, 8,000-square-foot townhouse in Harlem, which boasts four bedrooms, two terraces, a backyard and rooftop, as well as a duplex apartment underneath which they are expected to incorporate into their new home.
Dylan Penn has split from Steven R. McQueen.
The 22-year-old model, who is the daughter of Sean Penn and his ex-wife Robin Wright, recently decided to end her brief relationship with The Vampire Diaries star, who is legendary late actor Steve McQueen's grandson.
A source told E! News that there are no hard feelings between the former couple and explained, "I think it just fizzled."
The blonde beauty was first spotted on a dinner date with the actor in November and were accompanied by her famous father and Jon Hamm following the premiere of Sean's film, The Secret Life of Walter Mitty. But the duo only went public with their relationship when Dylan brought Steven as her date to her father's Help Haiti Home Gala in Los Angeles last month.
Dylan was previously linked to Robert Pattinson.
Although Woody Allen is known for keeping out of the media spotlight, the reignited child molestation accusation against him has compelled him to seek a platform in The New York Times.
The 78-year-old filmmaker responded to his daughter Dylan Farrow's open letter from last weekend (in the same publication he offers his defense, no less) in which she confirmed for the first time as an adult that he sexually abused her when she was 7.
In the piece, Allen reaffirms his innocence, offering anecdotes aimed at painting his ex-partner and Dylan's mother Mia Farrow as a vengeful lover (not unlike what his lawyer has claimed): "Stacey Nelkin, whom I had dated many years ago, came forward to the press to tell them that when Mia and I first had our custody battle 21 years ago, Mia had wanted her to testify that she had been underage when I was dating her, despite the fact this was untrue. Stacey refused. I include this anecdote so we all know what kind of character we are dealing with here. One can imagine in learning this why she wouldn’t take a lie-detector test."
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Dylan Farrow has hit back at suggestions she has been "brainwashed" by Mia Farrow.
Woody Allen's adopted daughter, who spoke out at the weekend alleging he had abused her at the age of seven, insists she wasn't coached by her mother despite her older brother Moses' recent claims the allegations were merely part of Mia's "vengeful" response to her former partner's affair with her adopted daughter Soon-Yi Previn.
Despite his reclusive tendencies, filmmaker Woody Allen will be emerging from his proverbial shell to respond to the renewed child molestation accusations against him.
Allen is seeking to have a piece published in response to his estranged daughter Dylan Farrow's open letter wherein she claims that he molested her as a child - confirming her mother Mia Farrow's claims that Allen did so when Dylan was 7 years old.
The Blue Jasmine director's letter is rumored to appear in The New York Times - the same publication that put out Dylan's letter last Saturday. "[Allen] asked and we said, 'Yes, send it in,'" said Andrew Rosenthal, The New York Times' editorial page editor. Just because it has been submitted, however, Rosenthal points out that it won't necessarily go unedited or published at all: "It comes down to the editing process [as a full Op-Ed piece]... Normally, we don't publish a direct response. In this case, it was so personal, we thought that we should."
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Woody Allen feels "overwhelming sadness" for Dylan Farrow.
The Blue Jasmine filmmaker's adopted daughter spoke out over the weekend alleging he had abused her at the age of seven, but the director's lawyer insists none of the allegations are true and were simply "implanted" by her mother, Woody's former partner Mia Farrow. "His reaction is one of overwhelming sadness because of what has happened to Dylan. She was a pawn in a huge fight between him and Mia Farrow years ago, and the idea that she was molested was implanted in her by her mother. That memory is never going to go away. So the fact that she says this now, that it happened 20 years ago, is totally understandable," lawyer Elkan Abramowitz told the Today show.
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