It looks like the rumors about Kate Winslet and ex-husband Sam Mendes reuniting were just wishful thinking because Kate has already moved on! According to the News of the World via Celebitchy.com, Kate is rebounding from her former marriage with a British Burberry model named Louis Dowler, whom she met through mutual friends and been dating for several months now.
Although Kate Winslet and Sam Mendes just announced a few months ago that they were splitting, the movie-making duo has decided to give their marriage another try. Perhaps Kate refused to let the Best Actress Oscar curse win? Perhaps Sam remembered that Kate is one of the most stunning creatures to ever grace our planet? Or perhaps the pair still really love each other and realized what a mistake they were making. We hope it's the latter. We're just not sure if we trust Sam, though.
Cameron Diaz and Alex Rodriguez, rumored to have been dating since February, are now spending the night together. Us Weekly posted a snap of Cameron leaving Alex's apartment building on Sunday morning, carrying what looked like an overnight bag.
It is said that the Kate Winslet / Sam Mendes split was amicable, but what they mean is that the soon-to-be-divorced couple is not at one another's throats — at least not yet. However, the scene has been set: The couple will be sharing their $6 million Chelsea triplex apartment (once called home, sweet home before Revolutionary Road tore them apart) while Ms. Winslet films the NYC-based, HBO miniseries Mildred Pierce.
We'd like to extend our congratulations to longtime loves Isla Fisher and Sacha Baron Cohen, who topped off their eight-year relationship with a private Paris wedding last week. Here now are ten other couples who snuck off for "no fuss" weddings, much to the chagrin of the paparazzi: Sandra Bullock & Jesse James, Julia Roberts & Danny Moder, Ben Affleck & Jennifer Garner, Beyonce & Jay-Z, Jennifer Lopez & Marc Anthony...
Llast year's Best Actress Oscar winner Kate Winslet and her husband of seven years, director Sam Mendes, have separated. And now, Sandra Bullock has left Jesse James after reports of infidelity. The news has the Internet buzzing with talk of a Best Actress curse. This supposed curse is not a new idea. Gossip junkies haven't been able to ignore a very distinct pattern that has developed over the last nine years.
While looking absolutely beautiful at The Oscars earlier this month, Kate Winslet did look thinner than usual as she walked the red carpet alone. Now we learn that after seven years of marriage, actress Kate Winslet and American Beauty director Sam Mendes are divorcing. So sad!
Earlier this month, Jennifer Love Hewitt told Lopez Tonight that she once decorated her ladygarden with Swarovski Crystals. Normally, we'd say, "TMI," but after hearing about other celebrities' pubic hair preferences, we're not particularly surprised:
Screaming, yelling, breaking furniture, soul-sucking jobs, mental illness, infidelity: Revolutionary Road is not your typical holiday season movie. Don't be fooled by the Kate-Winslet-and-Leonardo-Di-Caprio pairing -- this is not Titantic. Frank and April Wheeler are two bright young things in 1950s New York City who fall in love, get pregnant and move out to suburbia with stars in their eyes. But seven or so years later, the daily commute and absurd office nonsense is doing Frank in. Back home, April feels bored and stifled by domestic life, aching over both of their unmet potential. As she energizes Frank and they start to claw their way out, real life sets in and throws every single roadblock imaginable in their way. There's many Mad Men parallels in the analyses of post-war life, but ultimately, Revolutionary Road is just a portrait of a straining marriage: it's about the capacity that two people who are in love have to be cruel to each other.
Romance ruled at this morning's announcement of the 2009 Golden Globe awards. Hollywood always turns inward when award seasons roles around, but this year we've been treated to some truly moving portrayals of relationships starting, working, and ending. Whether you're looking for love, overcoming heartache, or just stuck in the everyday routine of a relationship, 2008 was the year where entertainment reflected the hopes and heartbreaks of love. Here are some of the notable nominees for the 2009 Golden Globe awards.