Unlike 1995's The Net starring Sandra Bullock, which played on understandable fears of new technology and seemed perfectly reasonable until early 1996 or so, Untraceable is side-splittingly hilarious now, and it doesn't even come out for another three weeks!
Robert De Niro sued an Upper East Side art gallery that gave twelve of his father's paintings to a gallery in Rome as part of a debt-payment arrangement. Jason Binn had another kid. NBA commish David Stern, Derek Jeter, and Donald Trump showed up at the wedding of Ahmad Rashad and Sale Johnson, but estranged daughter Casey Johnson did not. Chris Noth and Steve Walter are thinking of moving their jazz club Cutting Room to Hell's Kitchen. Ashlee Simpson begged photographers not to take her picture when she was smoking outside Angels and Kings. Theodore Sorensen, the lawyer who wrote JFK's famous "Ask Not…" inaugural address, just bought at $10.75 million condo at 15 Central Park West.