Duchovny and Leoni split
After 17 years of marriage, David Duchovny, 54, and Téa Leoni, 48, are calling it quits, according to People magazine. On divorce papers filed this summer, the former couple cited “an irretrievable breakdown” as the cause of the split. They will reportedly share joint legal custody of their two children, Kyd Miller, 12, and Madelaine West, 15.
The marriage has had its fair share of drama in the past, with the couple first separating in 2008 — the same year that Duchovny entered rehab for sex addiction — but reconciled shortly thereafter before separating a second time in 2011.
Kim Kardashian is releasing a book of selfies. Because she can.
Well, that’s one way to clear out your iPhone camera roll. Always keen on expanding her empire any way she can, Kim Kardashian is set to release a 352-page book of selfies cleverly titled “Selfish.”
The 33-year-old reality starlet, who has recently struck gold with her “Kim Kardashian: Hollywood” app, is supposedly hand-picking all the selfies featured in her book and, with an Instagram presence of more than 17 million followers and nearly 2,000 pictures (most of which are selfies), that’s no small task for the new mom to take on. Hopefully husband Kanye West is willing to offer some artistic guidance.
The hardcover book (retail price: $19.99) is slated to hit shelves April 7 (in case you wanted to put that in your iCal).
Ali Larter pregnant with baby No. 2
“Legends” star Ali Larter is expecting her second child with actor/husband Hayes MacArthur, and she went on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” Friday night to make the big announcement. “I’ve been trying to hide it as much as I can. I was still shooting my [TV] spy drama [“Legends”] — so I had to be a covert spy in my own life too,” Larter, 38, admitted on Fallon’s show. “I’ve been wearing blazers and push-up bras. Anything to distract from my bump.”
The “Heroes” alum and MacArthur, 37, wed in August 2009 and welcomed their first child, Theodore, in December 2010.
Charles Keating of “All My Children” fame dead at 72
After a long battle with cancer, soap-opera star Charles Keating has died. The British actor, 72, was best known for his roles on “All My Children,” “Port Charles” and “Another World,” for which he won a Daytime Emmy in 1996. He also appeared in a number of films, including 1999’s “The Thomas Crown Affair,” and had guest roles on “Sex and the City” and “Xena: Warrior Princess.”