Farrell: Murder suspect ...
Irish wild man Colin Farrell says he was once arrested on suspicion of murder in Australia, reports IMDB.com.
The "Minority Report" star, 28, was living in Sydney in 1994 when cops frisked and arrested him, before interrogating him for four hours.
Farrell was the victim of mistaken identity and released without charge, but the incident scared him so much he flew straight back to his native Ireland.
"I was taken in and suspected of murder," he said. "I was questioned for four hours. It was the handcuffs, the mug shots and even a bit of frisking. In the end, though, it was mistaken identity -- some other handsome devil with an evil bent. Christ, I was a wild lad, but murder sure hasn't been one of my pastimes." Farrell hasn't returned to Australia in the 10 years since the incident.
Best Bond bets ...
Scottish actors Ewan McGregor and Dougray Scott are the bookmakers' favorites to replace Pierce Brosnan as big-screen secret agent James Bond. The online U.K. bookmaking firm William Hill has McGregor topping the odds charts for getting the role, with Scott just behind him.
McGregor played Obi-Wan Kenobi in the recent Star Wars prequels.
Scott starred in "Mission: Impossible II" and "Enigma," and there is increasing speculation over who will get the famous Bond role after Brosnan recently revealed he was "gutted" when the film's producers dropped him.
William Hill spokesman Rupert Adams said he fancied McGregor and Scott's chances, adding: "The public loves a Scot. In the past, Sean Connery has come top in people's favorite Bond and that can only help the chances of Ewan McGregor and Dougray Scott."
"Mean Girls" star Lindsay Lohan and Wilmer Valderrama of "That '70s Show," are no longer an item. "They have broken up, but are still friends," Valderrama's publicist, Heidi Slan, said. Lohan and Valderrama acknowledged being a couple in July, after Lohan turned 18.
Peaches tells all ...
Peaches Geldof, 15-year-old daughter of musician Bob Geldof, will make her television debut presenting a teen documentary.
Geldof, whose middle name is Honeyblossom, will write and present the documentary, "Peaches Geldof -- Inside the Mind of a Teenager" which will screen on British television next year, reports Sam Cash, managing director of production company Ten Alps. Peaches' younger sister Pixie, 14, has appeared as an interviewer on the satellite television program "It's a Girl Thing," while older sister, Fifi Trixibelle, 21, works as an intern on music channel MTV.
Peaches' doc is expected to air in March on satellite channel Sky One.
'Star'-studded wedding ...
Star Jones, co-host of ABC's "The View," married banker Al Reynolds in a star-studded Park Avenue bash.
Notables ranging from Spike Lee to Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton packed into St. Bartholomew's Church Saturday to watch Jones, 42, who wore a a designer strapless wedding dress with a 27-foot train, exchange vows with Reynolds.
"The train was so long it took about seven people to carry it," said friend and guest Valerie Simpson, songwriter and half of the R&B duo Ashford and Simpson.
With songstress Patti LaBelle performing, and a bridal party including Natalie Cole, Vivica A. Fox and Holly Robinson Peete, the storybook wedding lasted until 8 p.m. before moving to the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel for an equally celebrity-heavy reception.