For now, she's concentrating on "The Conspirator," in which she plays Mary Surratt, hung for plotting to kill Abraham Lincoln.
Chris Noth blared back at a honking driver as he jaywalked - with son, Orion, in a stroller - across Third Ave., near Michael Sinensky's Village Pourhouse. - The A&E series based on Bernard Kerik's memoir, "The Lost Son," is dead, a network rep confirms.
The spokesman says the channel's execs passed on the project even before the former NYPD chief's arrest last week.
(Let's see if Geraldo Rivera stops identifying Kerik as "America's Top Cop.") One former Kerik colleague recalls, "When Bernie was growing up, he had a teacher who told him he was destined for jail.
Years later, when Bernie became warden of the Passaic County Jail, he saw the teacher in a cell, vomiting in a corner. He'd tell that story over and over." But maybe not so much anymore.
- Arnold Schwarzenneger may be California's governor but Andy Garcia just took office as the president of the Republic of Georgia.
The "Untouchables" star is in the former Soviet state playing President Mikheil Saakashvili in director Renny Harlin's movie about the country's 2008 face-off with Russia.
- Paris Hilton's ex, Benji Madden, swapped numbers with singer Monica at the Humanitarian Noble Awards.
Benji joked to brother Joel and his girlfriend Nicole Ritchie: "Since I am the dumb brother, I may go broke, So, Nicole, I am coming to live in the guest house" …
" - Anna Wintour isn't letting those Conde Nast layoffs stifle her party-giving.
She hosted a dinner at Le Caprice for acolytes like Eva Mendes, Aerin Lauder, Marina Rush....
- Decorator Mario Buatta celebrated his 74th birthday last week with extra gusto.