Anne Hathaway Gets Married

According to the celebrity lovers over at People Magazine, 29-year-old mega-actress Anne Hathaway has gotten married to her longtime boyfriend, a young and handsome 31-year-old Adam Shulman yesterday (Saturday Sept 29th) in Big Sur, California. When the couple had gotten engaged late last year in November, Hathaway was asked how they manage to keep such a strong relationship: “We have house parties and dinner parties and just hang out,” Hathaway told USA Today in August of 2011 while working to promote her film at the time, One Day.

Then at the beginning of the summer this year, while working to promote The Dark Knight Rises, she had sworn off a wedding in 2012 stating, “It’s not going to happen in 2012. I was hoping it would, but when I got into Les Mis, it was really hard to connect with the excited bride while I was losing weight and dying of tuberculosis. I think if it was going to happen soon I’d have a date by now.” Guess she changed her mind, huh?

Now the question remains whether or not she will have kids anytime soon, since she did say that 5 years is too soon, maybe 10 years down the line she will. Most of the world has trouble planning these sorts of things, Anne!

Did Foo Fighters Call It Quits?

At New York’s Global Citizen’s Festival in Central Park yesterday, Dave Grohl said to the audience, “Without making a big deal out of it, we don’t have any shows after this. This is it, man. Honestly, I don’t know when we’re gonna do it again… and this is the perfect place to do it.” The festival was put on by the Global Poverty Project, an advocacy group in the U.S. that has been working to end extreme poverty.

Although Grohl made it sound like a big change in the group’s career, he didn’t make it sound at all final when he said,”I don’t know when, but we’ll see you again.”

Could this be very long hiatus? Solo and side projects have never been stopping them — Queens of the Stone Age, Taylor Hawkins and the Coattail Riders, Them Crooked Vultures, Coheed and Cambria, and many other studio and touring groups have ceased both Grohl and Hawkins in the past and present, but there is clearly something in the works for Grohl and other members that may have be along the lines of a much-needed break from being one of the biggest rock bands of the 2000s.