Star Trek into Darkness’s Zoë Saldana, 35, is a married woman. Earlier this summer the actress secretly wed Italian painter Marco Perego in an intimate ceremony in front of family and friends. “They are very happy,” said a source close to the newlyweds, confirming the marriage to PEOPLE. The couple, who went public with their relationship last May, were photographed wearing wedding rings in London earlier this month. • Miami Heat basketball player LeBron James, 28, married longtime girlfriend Savannah Brinson, 27, at San Diego’s Grand Del Mar Hotel on Sept. 14. The couple, who began dating while still in high school, have two sons, LeBron Jr., 8, and Bryce, 6.
The Devil Wears Prada’s Emily Blunt and The Office alum John Krasinski are going to be parents for the first time. A rep for the actress confirmed to PEOPLE on Sept. 11 that the couple are having a baby. “We want to have children, I just don’t know when yet,” Blunt told Manhattan magazine in 2012. “We’re both from big families.” Krasinski, 33, and Blunt, 30, have been married since 2010.
On Sept. 13 rapper Kanye West (inset), 36, was charged with misdemeanor battery and attempted grand theft for allegedly attacking videographer Daniel Ramos outside Los Angeles International Airport. The altercation, which took place on July 19, was caught on camera after Ramos filmed West, asking him questions as the singer walked out of the airport to a waiting car. The arraignment has been set for Oct. 10, and West faces up to a year in jail.
Jordana Brewster, star of TNT’s Dallas, and her husband, movie producer Andrew Form, welcomed their first child, son Julian, via a surrogate. “The parents are overjoyed,” said the couple’s rep, who announced the birth to PEOPLE on Sept. 10. Brewster, 33, and Form, 44, have been married for six years. • Ray Donovan actor Johnathon Schaech, 44, and his wife, publicist Julie Solomon, 29, welcomed their first child, Camden Quinn, on Sept. 12 in Los Angeles. He weighed in at 7 lbs. 15 oz. “We are so happy and beyond excited,” Schaech told PEOPLE.
Veteran actor and comedian Billy Connolly, 70, has been diagnosed with an early stage of prostate cancer as well as Parkinson’s disease. His rep told the BBC that the Scottish star, who plays a dwarf warrior in the Hobbit film series, underwent prostate surgery and is receiving treatment for Parkinson’s. Connolly is not expected to slow down and will continue to work.
SOUND PIONEER RAY DOLBY DIES
Ray Dolby, the audio engineer who revolutionized the way audiences listen to movies, died in San Francisco on Sept. 12 after battling Alzheimer’s and leukemia. He was 80. Dolby, who founded his namesake company Dolby Laboratories in 1965, went on to create the technology that allowed for cleaner sound by eliminating the hiss generated by analog tape recording. He also invented surround sound, which filmmakers and movie studios began adopting. Today Dolby sound is the gold standard, transporting moviegoers everywhere into the world of cinema.