"Spider-Man" and director Taymor settle
A settlement has been reached between the producers of "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" and its fired director, Julie Taymor, ending a bitter legal fight over what has become Broadway's most expensive show, The Associated Press reports. "All claims between all of the parties in the litigation have been resolved," both sides said in a statement Wednesday. No details about the settlement or how it was reached were immediately revealed.
Ex-'Teen Mom' star made sex tape
Former MTV "Teen Mom" reality star Farrah Abraham admitted Wednesday to having made a sex tape with adult-film star James Deen, but said it was never intended to be released commercially. "After seeing James speaking about my personal video as a porn and not even contacting me before running his mouth, I have to say I am very disappointed," she told Us Weekly Wednesday, stating she shot it intending it to be "my own personal video." Steve Hirsch, head of Vivid Video, told TMZ.com Wednesday he was attempting to secure distribution rights. Abraham told Us, "I will not be settling for anything less than a couple million" to release it.
Berkus, Brent are engaged
Interior designer and former talk-show host Nate Berkus and fellow designer Jeremiah Brent have gotten engaged. Us Weekly said Wednesday that Berkus, 41, proposed to former Rachel Zoe assistant Brent atop Peru's Machu Picchu on Monday. The couple have been dating for 8 months. The magazine said Berkus and Brent, who acknowledged their relationship in December, were overseas on a shopping project for the online retailer One Kings Lane. Brent had tweeted a photo of the famed Inca ruins on Monday with the tags "life-changing" and "special day."