Fox News'

Roger Friedman

has published what has become an annual survey of monies donated by

Will Smith

to various programs and causes sponsored by the Church of Scientology. Smith, whose bosom buddy,

Tom Cruise

, is an outspoken Scientologist, has always maintained he does not belong to the church. Citing tax returns, Friedman says that in '06, the Fresh Prince of West Philly-turned-megastar gave $20,000 (to Scientology's homeschooling system). The number jumped to $122,500 in '07, divided among three programs.

Fox News also says Smith's biggest charity contribution that year, $250,000, went to Yesha Ministries of Philadelphia, a Christian-based organization, and he gave $200,000 to an L.A.-area Christian ministry.

Arrest for frisky Lohan fan

A criminally over-ardent fan of

Lindsay Lohan

's (well,


LiLo fans are guilty of crimes against good sense) was arrested Wednesday night after he pushed his way past LiLo's bodyguards at a Phoenix nightclub and lunged at the

I Know Who Killed Me

star, who was having a night out with her friend and/or lover,

Samantha Ronson


Daniel Patrick Combs

, 38, was booked on a misdemeanor charge of disorderly conduct and released.

Brangelina handcraft their own gifts

What will

Brad Pitt


Angelina Jolie

give their six kids for Christmas? Something sweet, low-key and preferably handmade, says Brad.

"We do exchange gifts, although we don't feel any pressure to make them big or expensive gifts," Brad, 44, tells Hello! mag.

Brad says he tries to shield his family from hyperconsumerism. "The kids don't ask for the big gifts for the reason that they don't see a lot of the American cartoon television, which is packed with all those manipulative commercials," he said. He also has the kids make their own gifts: "The rule is that everyone's got to make something for someone else. . . . Then, when they give to each other, it's really sweet."

SAG rewards 'Doubt'


, director

John Patrick Shanley

's drama about a priest's struggles with faith, leads the field with five nominations for the Screen Actors Guild awards, including a nod for best ensemble cast, Variety says. Star

Meryl Streep

picked up a nom for best actress and

Philip Seymour Hoffman

one for supporting actor.



The Curious Case of Benjamin Button

follow with three each.

Taraji P. Henson

received three nods - for supporting actress in

Benjamin Button

, along with cast nominations for



Boston Legal

. Two SAG nods went to

Kate Winslet

, for actress in

Revolutionary Road

and for supporting actress in

The Reader


For a full list, visit



Stepmom sues Whitney Houston

E!Online reports that

Whitney Houston

's stepmother,

Barbara Houston

, has sued the singer, claiming that Whitney absconded with a $1 million life insurance payout from her late father's estate that was supposed to have been split with Barbara. The suit says $723,000 was supposed to go toward the mortgage on the New Jersey condo Barbara shared with

John Houston

, who died in '03. Lawyers from both sides have declined to comment.

J.Lo's marriage on the rocks?

The post-


era's foremost melancholy Dane,

Søren Kierkegaard

, once quipped that boredom, not lust or greed, is the root of all evil.

So it seems to be for

Jennifer Lopez

, 39, and

Marc Anthony

, 40, whose four-year marriage has "hit the rocks." Us Weekly claims the two have become bored with marriage. "She wanted this domestic life, but now she's bored out of her mind," an anon source says. "She wants the old J.Lo back." The mag says Marc has been fresh with women at various nightclubs, but it's never gone beyond flirtation.

Where's the proof of this alleged strife?

Us Weekly says J.Lo signified her dissatisfaction at a Dec. 8 movie premiere by showing up without Marc, and without her wedding band or her 8-carat-diamond engagement ring. (In J.Lo-land, that is a seriously significant signifier.)

Marc's rep tells US Weekly the couple "are doing great. No further comments."

Stars say no to strike vote

Variety says more Hollywood heavy hitters have joined the campaign to persuade SAG rank-and-file to vote no to a strike, including

Russell Crowe


Michael Chiklis


Hilary Duff


Julianne Moore


Robert Redford


Seann William Scott

. As of Wednesday afternoon, 830 SAG members had signed a "No" petition written two weeks ago by

Danny DeVito


Rhea Perlman