Nicole Kidman

is pregnant, according to the Daily Mail.

The actress, 40, told friends and family over the Christmas holiday that she and her husband,

Keith Urban

, 40, are expecting, the British newspaper reported.

Kidman and the country singer have been married since June 2006. There are no details on when the baby is due.

She has two adopted children with ex-husband

Tom Cruise

- Isabella, 15, and Connor, 12 - but their relationship is strained. "They call me Mom," Cruise's wife,

Katie Holmes

, said recently.

- Usmagazine.com

James Brown's children are contesting his will

Five of

James Brown's

children say their late father's will should be invalidated because his former advisers influenced him to create charitable trusts that the advisers would profit from, according to court documents filed last week.

The children were largely left out of the financial portion of the will, which leaves the bulk of the soul singer's money to trusts set up to educate Brown's grandchildren and needy children.

Brown, 73, died on Christmas Day 2006 of heart failure.

- Associated Press

SNL's Jimmy Fallon weds movie producer

Longtime "Saturday Night Live" performer

Jimmy Fallon

and movie producer

Nancy Juvonen

were married in the Caribbean, a publicist announced Saturday.

Fallon, 33, and Juvonen, 40, were married in a Dec. 22 ceremony on Necker Island with family and close friends in attendance.

Juvonen co-owns Flower Films with

Drew Barrymore

. It is the first marriage for both.

- Associated Press

This time, parade may not be so rosy

There could be some discord during the

Tournament of Roses Parade

. Human-rights advocates plan to protest a float honoring the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games and antiwar activists, including "Peace Mom"

Cindy Sheehan

, intend to rally for peace.

The theme of this year's New Year's Day parade is "Passport to the World's Celebrations." It will feature 46 floats, 21 marching bands and 18 equestrian units.

- Associated Press

Cage's 'Treasure' seizes another weekend

Nicolas Cage

led the box office for a second weekend with his

National Treasure

sequel.

Alvin and the Chipmunks

moved up one place to No. 2 and former champ

I Am Legend

slipped one place to No. 3.

Charlie Wilson's War

held steady at No. 4, and

Juno

jumped five places to No. 5.

- Reuters

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