Uma Thurman has ended her six year engagement to financier Arpad Busson. The pair began dating in 2007 after attending a private dinner together in Milan and got engaged in 2008. "It's true," a source told Us magazine of the split. The pair were supposed to attend the Room to Grow Spring Gala together in NYC on April 8, but Uma showed up alone without wearing her engagement ring.
Drew Barrymore and her husband Will Kopelman have welcomed their second daughter Frankie into the world. The pair, who now have two young girls, announced the news in a statement: "Happy to announce that today we are the proud parents of our second daughter, Frankie Barrymore Kopelman." The couple also have a one-year-old daughter, Olive. "Olive has a new little sister."
Lupita Nyong'o ("12 Years a Slave") topped the list of People magazine's 50 Most Beautiful. The 31-year-old Mexican born Kenyan actress says that she long thought beauty was what she saw on TV: "Light skin and long, flowing, straight hair," she told the mag. Eventually, her mother "always said I was beautiful. And I finally believed her at some point."
Leonardo DiCaprio is in talks to star in the Steve Jobs biopic with director Danny Boyle ("Slumdog Millionaire") possibly in as director. The film will be based on the "Steve Jobs" biography from Walter Isaacson. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Sony, which acquired the rights to Isaacson's book following the 2011 death of Jobs, has already initiated talks with Boyle.
Tom Hanks has signed up to star in a Cold War thriller rumored to be directed by Steven Spielberg. The director is weighing several options for his next project including "Robopocalypse" and "Montezuma," although Hanks' participation in the Cold War project may help draw in the veteran director. The untitled film comes from a script by Matt Charman.
Joss Whedon ("The Avengers") has released his latest film project, "In Your Eyes," for purchase at Vimeo. The film, written and executive produced by Joss, costs $5 to rent for 72 hours. "In Your Eyes" debuted at the Tribecca film festival on Sunday night and was released to small screens on the same night.
Despite having the script prematurely leaked, Quentin Tarantino says he's still at work on "The Hateful Eight." When the leak went down Quentin said he planned on killing the project, which centers on the post Civil War west. "I'm working on a second draft and I will do a third draft but we're reading from the first draft," Tarantino said at a stage reading of the film over the weekend.
Lindsay Lohan says she had a miscarriage during the filming of her OWN network docu-series "Lindsay." Without naming the father, Lohan explained that her health condition was the reason for some erratic behavior displayed in the series: "It's a very long story but that's why on the show when it says, 'she doesn't want to come down, she doesn't want to come down.' I couldn't move."
Michael B. Jordan has reportedly signed on to join the new crime drama "Men Who Kill." Thus far there is little information about the plot, but Jordan will reportedly play a CIA agent. The project is currently in development by Greg Berlanti and Sarah Schecter. Twentieth Century Fox will oversee the project at the studio level, extending their budding long relationship with Jordan.
Mara Wilson has denied any interest in appearing in a sequel to "Mrs. Doubtfire." Wilson, who starred as Natalie Hillard in the original film when she was six-years-old, tweeted that she was not interested in appearing in a potential sequel. She explained: "I've been in some mediocre movies, but I've never been in a sequel.
Bryan Singer's attorney denied claims that Singer sexually abused a teenage boy, calling the accuser's claims "completely fabricated." Michael Egan III, who is now 31, claims that Singer—who directed most of the "X Men" films as well as several television series—abused him repeatedly between the ages of 15 and 17.
Leonardo DiCaprio has reportedly signed on to appear in the forthcoming new period drama "The Revenant" from director Alejandro Gonzalez Iñárritu. The project focuses on a 19th century fur trapper who gets mauled by a bear, discovered by a group of robbers and left for dead. The film will be an adaptation of the Michael Punke novel "The Revenant: A Novel Of Revenge."
Channing Tatum is in talks to play the superhero Gambit in an installment of Marvel's "X-Men" franchise. Speaking with MTV, Tatum says he met with franchise producer Lauren Schuler-Donner to discuss a possible role. "I met with Lauren Schuler-Donner, and I would love [it]," he began. "Gambit is really the only X-Man that I've ever loved . . . He's just kind of a suave . . ."
Lindsay Lohan's mother Dina Lohan has been handed 100 hours of community service as a result of her recent DUI conviction. The 51-year-old pleaded guilty to the charges at a Long Island court earlier this week but avoided any jail time. The incident occurred last September on the Northern State Parkway in Long Island after she was clocked doing 77 mph in a 55 mph zone.
Caleb and Cody Walker, the brothers of the late Paul Walker, will fill in for the actor for some scenes in the upcoming film "Fast & Furious." The news was announced on the movie's Facebook page: "The Fast & Furious saga is about family. The characters are connected by the bond of family, and it is how all of us who have worked together for more than thirteen years feel about each other."