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Drew Barrymore gets married

Will Kopelman and Drew Barrymore at the New York City Ballet`s 2012 Spring Gala performance in New York May 10, 2012. (AP Photo/Starpix, Amanda Schwab)

Here comes the bride – again. People.com reports that Drew Barrymore, 37, tied the knot Saturday with her fiance, art dealer (and BU grad) Will Kopelman, at the actress’s Montecito, Calif., home. Designed by celebrity wedding planners Yifat Oren and and Stefanie Cove, the ceremony was officiated by a rabbi and guests included Reese Witherspoon and husband Jim Toth, Jimmy Fallon and wife Nancy Juvonen, Busy Philipps and her husband, and Cameron Diaz. Barrymore, who attended last month’s Nantucket Wine Festival with Kopelman, is pregnant with her first child. This is her third marriage. It is the first for Kopelman, whose father is former Chanel CEO Arie Kopelman.

‘Snow White’ is the fairest at box office

“Snow White and the Huntsman” was the big winner at the box office over the weekend with a $56.3 million North American debut, according to industry estimates Sunday. The film starring Charlize Theron and Kristen Stewart knocked the sci-fi comedy “Men in Black 3” from the No. 1 spot. The reunion of Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones as secret agents battling aliens on Earth took second place with $29.3 million. In two weeks, “Men in Black 3” has racked up $112.3 million. Third place belonged to the comic book blockbuster “The Avengers,” pocketing $20.3 million. It has so far taken in $552.7 million in North America. It is the highest-grossing movie in Walt Disney Studios’ history, with global earnings of almost $1.4 billion, the third-highest total of all time. (AP)

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“It’s hard to sum up something that’s so vital and means everything to you in a sound bite. Do you know what I mean?. . . It’s just great, and I’m so happy.” - Actress Emily Blunt, on her marriage to actor (and Newton native) John Krasinski.

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