Robert Downey Jr. and his wife, Susan, are expecting their first child together.
A representative for the 46-year-old actor confirmed a report Wednesday on People magazine's website.
"Robert and Susan could not be more excited over this news," his rep told People. "They can't wait to welcome this new baby into their wonderful family."
The baby is due early next year.
The couple were married in 2005. They met on the set of the film Gothika, which Susan co-produced.
Downey has a teenage son, Indio, with ex-wife Deborah Falconer.
The actor received Oscar nominations for his roles in Chaplin and Tropic Thunder. His film credits also include two on-going wildly popular franchises, Sherlock Holmes and the Iron Man films.
Where there are stars, there's bound to be style. Whether it's good style is never a guarantee, so when a few get it right it's worth noting, celebrating and then scrutinizing any subsequent fashion choices to see where they went wrong.
As we eagerly count down to another round of TIFF-fueled red carpet wars, we took this opportunity to look back at the stars that shone brightest - in the sartorial sense - at last year's fest.
Dig into our list of the Top 10 best dressed stars who stalked the TIFF 2010 red carpet after the jump!
Madonna says the success of the Oscar-winning Colin Firth drama The King's Speech gives audiences a point of reference for her new film, W.E.
Madonna's sophomore directorial effort, after 2008's little-seen Filth and Wisdom, tells the story of Wallis Simpson, the two-time American divorcee for whom Britain's King Edward XVI abdicated his throne in 1936. It makes its world premiere out of competition Thursday at the Venice Film Festival before heading to the Toronto International Film Festival. In Tom Hooper's royal drama, Guy Pearce played the throne-abandoning king and Eve Best played his lady love. Madonna says the two films examine the same historic period from the distinct points of view.
She also told a news conference that she identifies with Simpson, because fame often reduces celebrities "to a soundbite."
By now you've already seen the no-holds barred trailer, clapped your eyes on some exclusive Warrior stills and even had a good look at the recent sombre yet super intriguing character portraits. Now we've got a sneak peek at a brand new track from the soundtrack of the film, courtesy of The National.
The atmospheric and dramatic piece seems the perfect accompaniment to Alliance Films' hard-hitting action-drama. Set to shine a spotlight on the wildly popular sport of Mixed Martial Arts, the film hits theatres on September 9.
Check out the new sneak peek at the soundtrack and then take a look at three new behind-the-scenes photos!
The most memorable scene in Roman Polanski's new film Carnage belongs to Oscar-winner Kate Winslet.
Just ask her kids. Winslet says they haven't forgotten about the day she had to projectile vomit on set.
"My kids came to work for the vomit day, and I am so thrilled that they were there because they literally have not stopped talking about it since. It was hysterical," Winslet told a news conference Thursday ahead of the world premiere of Polanski's latest film in competition at the Venice Film Festival.
Based on the play by Yasmina Reza, The God of Carnage, the film is a sort of Lord of the Flies for the adult set - where civilized intentions go horribly awry as each character reveals their baser sides.
After its award-winning turn at Cannes, the L.A.-set neo-noir Drive, starring your boyfriend Ryan Gosling and a superb supporting cast in the form of Carey Mulligan, Bryan Cranston, Albert Brooks as a silk-shirt wearing mob boss and Ron Perlman as his dumb-but-fierce sidekick, hits the Toronto International Film Festival and rolls into theatres September 16 but we have two new photos for you right now.
Consider it a taste of this deliciously bad-ass, slow-burning look at hyper-masculinity, hyper-violence and a man who feels most at home on the open road with the steering wheel firmly grasped between his gloved fingers from visionary Danish director Nicolas Winding Refn.
Fans of Gosling's more mainstream fare (The Notebook, Crazy Stupid Love) will get to see their leading man in a whole new light and while it's not always easy to watch, it's even harder to look away.
Check out two new stills from the movie after the jump!
From the moment a young Kenneth Branagh first stepped on stage in London's famous West End, the Irish actor has been on the receiving end of constant comparisons to acting legend Laurence Olivier. Far from running from the comparison, Branagh has seemingly embraced it and pulled together a career that often mirrors that of the late icon. Both actors became stars of the stage at very young ages, both directed and starred in big-screen adaptations of two of Shakespeare's best-known plays (Henry V, Hamlet) and both managed to make time to take on more populist fare with some of the biggest directorial names around (Alfred Hitchcock and Woody Allen, to name just two). So when director Simon Curtis set out to find a suitable actor to take on the role of Olivier in his upcoming film My Week With Marilyn, it should surprise no one that Branagh came to mind.
Check out the first look at Branagh's remarkable take on Olivier after the cut. We've got to say, we're pretty darn impressed.
Typically, accusing someone of being a two-timer has all kinds of negative connotations and tends to indicate infidelity or at least a serious lack of loyalty. Not so, this time.
On the cusp of one of the biggest film festivals in North America, Toronto is about to get an influx of A-listers, auteurs, visionaries, headline-makers and accomplished thesps and some of them are here to chat, talk up and generally promote not one but two films, doubling up on the amount of times they're asked about what it was like working with the director, how they prepared for their roles and what it's like being part of the festival. (Expected answers; inspiring, research and great.)
Since the Toronto International Film Festival runs for 10 days, starting September 8 and wrapping up on the 18th, these hard-working stars will be met with packed schedules and especially sleepless nights but, it also means that audiences are even more likely to see their lovely mugs on the big screen. So in case you think you're seeing double, we've got a list of those ambitious actors who are hitting up TIFF with two movies in tow.
Take a look at who's two-timing at TIFF, after the jump!
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