Hollywood couple Diane Lane and Josh Brolin are divorcing after more than eight years, their representatives said on Thursday.
“I can confirm Diane Lane and Josh Brolin have decided to end their marriage,” said Lane’s spokeswoman, Kelly Bush.
A source close to the couple termed the split as “amicable” and said it was a mutual decision.
The divorce will be the second for both Lane and Brolin. They have no children together.
Lane, 48, who was Oscar-nominated for her role in the 2002 film “Unfaithful,” and Brolin, 45, married in August 2004 after being introduced by Barbra Streisand, the actor’s stepmother through her marriage to James Brolin.
Josh Brolin played a lead role in last summer’s sci-fi comedy franchise “Men in Black 3” and his most recent film appearance was the January release “Gangster Squad.”
Actress Mayim Bialik and her husband, Michael Stone have announced plans to divorce after nine years of marriage.
The “Big Bang Theory” actress, known for her adherence to so-called “attachment parenting,” blamed the split on “irreconcilable differences.
“After much consideration and soul-searching, Michael and I have arrived at the decision to divorce,” she wrote on her blog at Kveller, a Jewish parenting website.
The couple has two sons, 7-year-old Miles and 4-year-old Frederick.
The former “Blossom” star insisted that her unusual parenting style, which includes sleeping in the same bed with the children, had nothing to do with the couple’s trip to Splitsville.
“The hands-on style of parenting we practice played no role in the changes that led to this decision,” she wrote. “Relationships are complicated no matter what style of parenting you choose.”
While Harvey Weinstein has had cause to shep nakhes lately, his brother Bob seems to be having nothing but tsoris.
Word hit the press on the first day of Passover that movie producer Bob Weinstein’s wife Anne Clancy Weinstein, a former book editor, has filed for divorce and is seeking an order of protection. She wants the latter because she “fears bodily harm” — presumably at the hands of her husband.
One of the recurrent themes of my work as the Forward’s Israel correspondent is trying to make sense of Israeli bureaucracy regarding life-cycle events — or, often, to explore the lack of sense that guides the system. I have covered the woman who was regarded Jewish in one city but a Gentile in another, the couples who cannot get married, the people who can’t get buried, and most recently the woman who may force deportation because she took too frum a path when converting to Judaism. But never have I covered a woman who had to divorce the same man twice two weeks apart.
Meir Asoulin and Merav Marili were divorced at the Be’er Sheva Rabbinic Court earlier this month — or so they thought. But they subsequently got a call from the court saying that they needed to do it all over again.
According to the media there was a problem with the signature of one of the witnesses, which is why the court insisted on a re-divorce. Rabbi Yitzhak Dahan, the head of the Be’er Sheva Rabbinic Court, said that it was under pressure — seemingly the reason it missed the problem before the couple and the witnesses leave.
Is a Cuban-Jewish actor responsible for breaking up Jennifer Lopez’s marriage?
That’s just one of the rumors swirling around William Levy, a Cuban-born telenovela star currently making a splash in the U.S. as the featured male beefcake in “I’m Into You,” J.Lo’s latest music video (see below).
Speculation about a marriage-ending affair with J.Lo last week inspired Levy to release a statement denying any romantic connection with the singer/actress/producer/entrepreneur/”American Idol” judge, who earlier this month announced the end of her seven-year marriage to singer Marc Anthony.
“My relationship with Jennifer has been strictly professional,” Levy wrote. “These alleged rumors suggesting something more personal are 100% false and inaccurate. My best wishes go out to their family.”
Us Weekly announced today that pop starlet Christina Aguilera and her husband, tribe member Jordan Bratman, have separated after nearly five years of marriage. “They were very much in love. But over the last six months, it became clear they were more like friends than husband and wife,” an unidentified source close to Aguilera told Us Weekly.
Aguilera, 29, and Bratman, 33, have been living apart for months, though they have yet to decide if they’ll move forward with a divorce, The New York Post reports.
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