A morning mix of entertainment headlines...
Blue Ivy Carter — the newborn daughter of Beyonce and Jay-Z and officially the most famous infant in America — reportedly left Lenox Hill Hospital on Tuesday in a luxury Mercedes van, according to the Daily News. She’s also raking in presents from celebrities, including a trunk of children’s books from Oprah Winfrey. Jay-Z did not, however, buy the child a $600,000 24-carat gold rocking horse. I cannot stress that last point enough. (New York Daily News)
Bryan Ferry, suave solo crooner and former frontman for Roxy Music, has reportedly married for the second time. (Awww...) Ferry, 66, married Amanda Sheppard, a P.R. executive who is 36 years his junior, last week in the Caribbean. (Oh?) He began dating Sheppard in 2008, a few years after she reportedly ended a brief relationship with one of Ferry’s four sons. (Ewww.) This is Sheppard’s first marriage and Ferry’s second. He divorced Lucy Henmore, his wife of 21 years, back in 2003. (L.A. Times)
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie were in D.C. last night for the premiere of Jolie’s directorial debut, “In the Land of Blood and Honey.” The movie was screened at the National Holocaust Museum.Yes, Pitt was still using a cane.
Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony will make a public appearance together on Saturday during the Television Critics Association winter press tour. They will appear during a presentation for their Univision talent show “Q’Viva The Chosen.” (The Hollywood Reporter)
We knew “ Mad Men ” would make its return to AMC in March. But now we know the date, as revealed by Jon Hamm during an appearance on the Doug Loves Movies podcast: its March 25. Update your calendars and set your DVRs accordingly. (Cinemablend)
Patrick Dempsey says he will remain on “Grey’s Anatomy” as long as he gets the necessary time off to continue his pursuits in auto racing. McDreamy needs to be able to drive, and drive freely. (People)
Rob Marshall, director of the Oscar-winning “Chicago,” might direct a film adaptation of Stephen Sondheim’s “Into the Woods,” a film that might feature new songs from Sondheim. (Vulture)
Would you like to watch the first five minutes of Steven Soderbergh’s “Haywire,” featuring a diner fight between Channing Tatum and Gina Carano? You may do so via this Hulu clip. Note: The site asks viewers to enter their birth date because the portion of the R-rated movie contains “mature content.”