Angie & Brad Want To Do A Movie; Tito Blames Assault On Jenna's Drug UseS

  • Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt: Together again on screen? Maybe! Angelina says:

"I love working with him. He's my favorite actor to work with. The only complicated thing is to find the right project." So they're on the "hunt" for the perfect script. What kind of flick should they do? I vote for a screwball comedy set in the '40s, where they are feisty, dueling newspaper reporters, but that's probably because I watched His Girl Friday for the umpteenth time over the weekend. [Daily Express]

  • Aaron Johnson, the star of Kick-Ass, is 19; his pregnant fiancé is 43. The headline here is: "'Kick-Ass' Kid Having Baby With A Cougar." Interspecies romance! [NY Post]
  • Oh dear: Amy Winehouse is in the hospital after drunkenly falling and bruising her new boobs. Actually, it says here she was diagnosed with bruised ribs, as well. Ow. [The Sun]
  • Ugh: Michael Lohan is issuing some kind of cuckoo ultimatum. He says he has more than 100 audio tapes that are "damaging" to Dina Lohan. "If Dina continues to talk and say these things, I'll release all the tapes… I'll release every last conversation with Dina and let me tell you, they're not good." He denies that he is a three-time felon, as Dina called him: "I'm not a 3-time felon. I never robbed anyone. I went to jail for criminal contempt. Dina must be talking about her brother Paul who just got out of jail for robbing a 9/11 fund for over one million dollars." And so on. Lots of dirty laundry being aired in public. Look away. [Radar Online, TMZ]
  • Michael Lohan is livid that Lindsay Lohan "stood him up" for the meeting he demanded. [TMZ]
  • Michael Lohan's lawyer says: "Michael is not going to stand idly by and watch his daughter become another Hollywood statistic," and that he wants to prevent Lindsay from becoming another Marilyn Monroe, Anna Nicole Smith, Michael Jackson, Heath Ledger, or Corey Haim. [Us Magazine]
  • Elin Nordegren is very close to filing for divorce from Tiger Woods, according to this report, and the settlement could reach $500 million. Elin is supposedly very concerned about locking-in specific times when she can live in Sweden with the kids without them getting screwed out of their inheritance. [Chicago Sun-Times]
  • According to this report, Elin Nordegren and Tiger Woods will have a "showdown" within the next two weeks. [Radar Online]
  • Nick Cannon and Mariah Carey plan on renewing their vows. Nick says: "I encourage everybody to do it. If you are happy and in love, celebrate it!" [People]
  • Jenna Jameson — who has torn ligaments in her arm — wants to work things out with boyfriend Tito Ortiz, who allegedly assaulted her yesterday. She says she's going to "work it out for the sake of the kids." [TMZ, Radar Online]
  • Tito Ortiz claims Jenna Jameson is addicted to Oxycontin, and blames her drug use for the incident they had yesterday. Tito's lawyer claims Tito "never laid a hand on Jenna." Tito maintains that he was only trying to help her, because she had a relapse, and confronted her about the drugs he claims to have found. Tito says his parents went through addiction, and he's "seeing a mirror of that." Tito told reporters at a press conference: "I hold everything dear to my heart that Jenna will be OK." [AP, E!, TMZ]
  • Jenna Jameson claims that Tito Ortiz got violent, after she said something very hurtful to his ego, and threw her into the bathtub, tearing two ligaments in her shoulder. [TMZ]
  • Jenna Jameson's dad says that there were no warning signs that anything was wrong and that whole thing "came out of nowhere." [TMZ]
  • Jenna Jameson says: "Tito is a loving, sweet man and I've always supported him through everything. For him to lash out at me like this is shocking, and I feel completely betrayed… And I feel bad for my children." [Us Magazine]
  • Jenna Jameson wants to go to couples therapy. [Radar Online]
  • Classy! The Jersey Shore guys have been hooking up so much in Miami, they've started keeping a scoreboard at the house. [Radar Online]
  • Levi Johnston makes a guest appearance on Kathy Griffin's show, My Life On The D-List. "Levi and I went to Sarah Palin's house and knocked on the door," Kathy reports. If we want to know what happened next, we'll have to tune in. [ET]
  • Jon and Kate Gosselin have each been required to go to a court-mandated parenting class. It's a requirement for all parents involved in a custody battle in their Pennsylvania county. They don't have to take the class together. But will the teachers will tailor the lesson to the parents of eight? [TMZ]
  • Ticket sales for Kelly Clarkson's Australian tour: Really bad. She's been playing to half-empty arenas. [Perez]
  • Kim Cattrall gained 15 pounds to play a "used up" former porn star in Meet Monica Velour, and says: "Most of the time as an actress, you want to look desirable, you want to be pretty, you want to be sexy, you want to be lit properly - whereas here there were days when I didn't even have any makeup on. There were days when they actually changed the light to make me look harder and more overweight or just more fucked up… When I first saw the film I was in a bit of a shock because I didn't see myself. I couldn't find my spirit. Mine. Kim's. I felt it was so totally someone else, and a lot of it was really scary to look at." [NY Mag]
  • Joan Rivers made a scene at a party? You don't say. [Gatecrasher]
  • In this video, Jesse James' dad says: "He did have a fascination with the Nazis, and it started at an early age." He also says he and Jesse are not on speaking terms, and adds: "I knew his first two wives, but not Sandra Bullock." [TMZ]
  • Jesse James is out of rehab and yesterday, he took a motorcycle ride alone, "symbolic of his new life without Sandra Bullock." [Radar Online]
  • Jesse James is "doing okay" and glad to be home. [Radar Online]
  • "EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Larry King's Ex-Wife Says He & Shawn Knew About Each Other's Affairs." [Radar Online]
  • As far as Larry King's divorce goes, his lawyer says there's a 50/50 chance it won't happen. [Page Six]
  • Katherine Jackson has decided that seven kids in one house is too much for her; some of her grandchildren will be moving out of her mansion so that Michael Jackson's kids, Prince, Paris and Blanket, will be the only children living under her roof. [TMZ]
  • Randy and Evi Quaid have posted bond and are out of jail. [Radar Online]
  • T.I. is out of jail, and had an "epic" welcome-home party, where he celebrated with Jamie Foxx, Usher, Diddy and more. [Gatecrasher]
  • From a review of Courtney Love's album: "Written in rehab, Nobody's Daughter means to be Love's face-down-in-your-own-sick cry for help, an admission of everything that went wrong with her life in the last decade, all in hopes of creating the cathartic confessional of Dr. Drew's dreams. In the title track, Love calls herself 'the world's most shattered whore.' In 'Pacific Coast Highway,' she brays 'you know I'm drowning,' while in the single 'Skinny Little Bitch,' she describes herself at her lowest as 'a nasty piece of work/born of sour milk and cocaine filth.' Does any of this fall under the heading of news?" [NYDN]
  • My Girl star Anna Chlumsky: All grown up! [NY Post]
  • There are many uncertainties in this world, but I know this for sure: Piers Morgan is NOT "the next Barbara Walters." [NY Post]
  • Catherine Zeta-Jones dared to leave home with "scarily skinny legs." The nerve. [NYDN]
  • "The Wire star Idris Elba has hit back at debate over his role in Kenneth Branagh's upcoming Norse warrior blockbuster Thor due to the colour of his skin." [Telegraph]
  • A Canadian Facebook group would like for William Shatner to be governor general. [Gatecrasher]
  • "Rapper DMX says he's been ripped off for years by a company hired to collect his song royalties, but he's been behind bars so much that he only recently realized the problem." [AP]
  • "It's funny because, you know, somebody said to me once when I was in my early twenties, 'What is your worst nightmare, what is your absolute biggest fear', and I said that my father would die. And so, when it happened, it was very tough. It's still hard for me even years later. But it has taught me that to fear suffering, to fear bad things happening to you, is a real waste of energy, you know? Because everything that happens, I believe that everything that happens to you in your life, happens for a reason. There's nothing random, there are no accidents and, obviously, you know, my family in a way, we needed that to happen, for a specific set of reasons." — Gwyneth Paltrow. [The Sun]
  • "I'm a big supporter of [director] Joe Johnston and I think that Captain America is going to be really fun and I gather that the story is really interesting. It just wasn't what I wanted to do next, to be honest." — Emily Blunt, on turning down a part in the comic book flick. She says she is, however, dying to do a movie where she can "kick ass." [MTV]
  • "I'm a Google fiend. I've had an insatiable curiosity all my life, so Google is the best thing to happen to me. I know everything now. I typed 'Michael Caine films' into Google and there were several I looked up that were so bloody awful." — Michael Caine. [Daily Express]
  • "I do miss Paula. I think it is unfortunate that Ellen has her head held up all the time and doesn't have a bucket of Klonopin next to her and doesn't seem disoriented. That I miss as a viewer." — Kathy Griffin on American Idol. [ET]
  • "I don't really like pants, man. I like tights. I'm not really a pants person." — Taylor Momsen. [EW]
  • "I don't wanna be Courtney Love-I wanna be Kurt Cobain. He's brilliant and his songs are genius. The Hole records are great. Everyone always compares me to Courtney Love because they think we like dress the same and we both have blond hair, wear lipstick and dresses. But I'm sorry, don't a lot of girls dress like that? I look at Nirvana. I don't look at Hole." — Taylor Momsen, whose band's first single, "Make Me Wanna Die," is on the Kick-Ass soundtrack. [EW]
  • "Within in the last couple weeks, every night I think about canceling my Twitter account because I think it's pretty much done. I just think Twitter as a form of communication, I think it's over to be honest with you." — John Mayer. [Access Hollywood]