Sideshow: Ashlee Simpson, Wentz tie the knot
Don't be surprised to find Ashlee Simpson and Pete Wentz grinning like Cheshire cats - they're newlyweds. The pop-star little sis of Jessica Simpson and the Fall Out Boy bassist tied the knot Saturday night at her parents' Los Angeles-area home with an "Alice in Wonderland" theme, according to People magazine.
Don't be surprised to find
grinning like Cheshire cats - they're newlyweds. The pop-star little sis of
and the Fall Out Boy bassist tied the knot Saturday night at her parents' Los Angeles-area home with an "Alice in Wonderland" theme, according to People magazine.
Simpson, 23, and Wentz, 28, exchanged vows at the property in Encino, Calif.
, her father, performed the nondenominational ceremony and sister Jessica was the maid of honor, People said.
People reported that the couple is expecting a child together, which Simpson and Wentz have denied. The two began dating in fall 2006 and announced their engagement April 9.
- Associated Press
'Narnia' dethrones 'Iron Man'
The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian
conquered the weekend box office, pulling down $56.6 million, according to studio estimates yesterday. The action sequel took in less domestically in its opening weekend than
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe
, which sold $65.6 million on its debut weekend in December 2005.
Robert Downey Jr.
, slipped to second place after two weeks at No. 1 with $31.2 million, bringing its domestic total to $222.5 million.
What Happens in Vegas
, came in third, with $13.9 million in its second weekend. No. 4 was
, with $7.6 million, followed by
at $4.6 million.
'Alchemist' gets film treatment
For 15 years, Hollywood has tried and failed to transform the best-selling novel
into silver-screen material. Now
says he has the magic formula.
Weinstein said yesterday that he will produce
's inspirational fable about a Spanish shepherd on a quixotic quest. Actor
), already attached to the project, will direct and star as the title character. Shooting will start about a year from now.
"The book is simple and spiritual, and the screenplay will reflect that," Weinstein said at the Cannes Film Festival.