Anne Hathaway was all smiles last night with co-star Steve Carell at the LA premiere of Get Smart, but note that one accessory was missing — her boyfriend, Raffaello Follieri. The Daily Mail is reporting that Anne dumped him this weekend because she didn't want his legal troubles to damage her reputation and career. We have a feeling Anne will be better off without Raffaello's sketchy problems, and having funny man Steve Carell as her co-star and new friend is sure to keep her cheered up.
The Incredible Hulk may be about a superhero with a bad temper, but the stars of the movie were all about the smiles out on the green carpet at the Hollywood premiere last night. Lovely Liv kept up her streak of looking fab in her little blue dress, while Ed Norton just looked happy to have her on his arm. We can't wait to see those two on screen together, especially since they have nothing but love for each other in real life, too. When asked how it was to work with Liv, Ed said, "Oh she's the best, she's the anti-Hulk, she never gets angry." Be sure to check back in to Buzz later this week to see if she thought the film lived up to all the hype.
It was a beautiful Sunday in LA where lots of familiar faces came out for the A Time For Heroes Celebrity Carnival to benefit the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation. Among the all-stars out for the great event were adorable (and tiny!) new parents Nicole Richie and Joel Madden along with Courteney Cox and ever-quirky David Arquette. Mischa looked every bit the flower child in her butterfly wings while all the ladies (and ugh Heidi and Spencer) of The Hills happily posed for the cameras. I have to say though, little Coco totally stole the show. Looking at all the smiles, the sun wasn't the only thing shining on all the stars out to support the wonderful cause.
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On last night's episode of the soon-to-be-cancelled "The O.C.," we saw Ryan's two dads come to blows while Seth and Summer engaged in a sort of engagement detente. Meanwhile, a gratuitous guest appearance by Chris Brown proved that the teen should stick to hip-hop.
"The My Two Dads" had some truly excellent Seth material. Since neither he nor Summer is willing to admit that they got engaged because of the pregnancy scare, Ryan advises Seth to force Summer to make the first move. So Seth showers her with gifts — including the Torah and cooking classes so she can learn her way around the kitchen. Summer, in turn, pushes diamond brochures on Seth and puts him in charge of Pancakes. In one priceless scene, Seth has Pancakes in a baby sling, and when Ryan gives him a hard time, he deadpans: "Don't talk to your nephew that way." But the Seth-Summer antics were merely comic relief for the real drama, so read more
It's tough running a male prostitution ring when your business partner still thinks it's merely a dating service. That's where we find Julie in Episode 8 of "The O.C.," when both Kirsten and Bullitt offer to help her keep the books. Feeling in over her head, she and Bullitt's son, Spencer, come up with another solution: They'll burn the evidence and extract themselves from the whoring business once and for all. That is, after they clean up from their New Year's bookings.
Meanwhile, Seth is in the kitchen with Sandy, mulling over a problem of his own: He has made absolutely no plans for New Year's, and Summer isn't happy about it. So, he just decides to tag along with Ryan, who's planning to surprise Taylor with a trip to Las Vegas.
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