In Other News...Sandra Bullock, Kirsten Dunst, and Brangelina

by | June 16, 2005 | Comments

"Crash" star Sandra Bullock is speeding along the way to wedded bliss — US Weekly reports she has set a date with boyfriend Jesse James to marry next month. The "Miss Congeniality" actress, who is currently at work on the upcoming rom-drama "Il Mare," has been dating the biker-host of "Monster Garage" since 2004. If the word on the street proves true, the pair will be bound by mid-July in popular nuptials locale, Santa Barbara.

Have hope, fanboys of the world — Kirsten Dunst dates regular guys. In a recent interview, the starlet beloved by many for her turn as Spidey‘s lady love Mary Jane admits that the lucky guy she’s currently dating is no A-list Hollywood hunk but an ordinary, non-celeb college student. Dunst, who next appears in this fall’s "Elizabethtown" opposite ladies’ favorite Orlando Bloom, had previously dated fellow thesp Jake Gyllenhaal but looks forward to the privacy of dating in the "real world."

And finally, while the world can wonder endlessly about what really happened with Brangelina and the rumored "Mr. and Mrs. Smith" affair, you can see their chemistry for yourself in the July issue of W Magazine. Acclaimed photographer Steven Klein collaborated with Brad Pitt in the conception of the photo spread, which captures Pitt with co-star Angelina Jolie playing house as a 1960s married suburban couple complete with a gaggle of children. Check out the pics of Hollywood’s most beautiful maybe-couple steaming it up, and it’s not hard to imagine them as a soberingly realistic Mr. and Mrs.

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