Hitched, Hatched, Hired

Inside the industry's celebrations and news.

WEDDING: The Hunger Games' Stanley Tucci married London-based literary agent Felicity Blunt. Tucci was introduced to Blunt by her sister, Emily, who was his co-star in The Devil Wears Prada. They became engaged in November.


Jennifer Aniston became engaged to actor-screenwriter Justin Theroux on his birthday, Aug. 10. The couple, who starred together in Wanderlust, have been dating for more than a year.


Ashley Brucks, senior vp creative affairs at Paramount, and husband Bryan Brucks, manager at Luber-Roklin Entertainment, welcomed daughter Eloise Cheryl on July 30 at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in L.A.

Dorthe Baker, vp business development at Trailer Park, and husband Richard Baker, a game programmer at Respawn Entertainment, welcomed son Paxton Kaj on Aug. 1 at Tarzana Hospital.

Laura Roenick, manager at The UTA Foundation, and her husband, Russ, wel­comed son Wesley Jones on Aug. 6 at Cedars-Sinai.

Superman Returns' Brandon Routh and his wife, Courtney Ford, welcomed son Leo James on Aug. 10 in California.


AMC Networks promoted Georgia Juvelis to senior vp and Lisa Rogen and Jaime Saberito to vp in its corporate communications department on Aug. 7.

Dennis Camlek was upped to senior vp of the Turner Media Group on Aug. 9.

Justin Falvey and Darryl Frank, co-presidents of DreamWorks Television, were elected to the board of directors of the "I Have a Dream" Foundation on Aug. 9.


Irving Fein, a studio and network publicist who managed comedians George Burns and Jack Benny, died Aug. 10 in West Hollywood. He was 101.

Breena Camden, a PR and marketing executive at Fox Searchlight and Fox, died Aug. 6 in Rocklin, Calif., from breast cancer. She was 49.

Mel Stuart, an award-winning filmmaker and documentarian who directed Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory, died Aug. 9 of cancer. He was 83.

Mary Hanes, a writer and producer for TV shows such as Make It or Break It, died Aug. 7 at her Studio City home from ovarian cancer. She was 59.

Carlo Rambaldi, the Italian special effects wizard behind E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial, Alien and the 1976 version of King Kong, died Aug. 10. He was 86.