July 10, 2001 -- Perhaps you've heard this before: Tom Green and Drew Barrymore got married over the weekend.
The couple got hitched on Saturday in Malibu, Calif., in what publicists say was a ceremony merely for their friends. Among the guests were Barrymore's Charlie's Angels costars Cameron Diaz and Lucy Liu. Also in attendance: Courtney Love and Adam Sandler.
Green and Barrymore have enjoyed making a farce of their nuptials and creating a media furor over whether or not they actually had tied the knot since they announced their engagement last July. They pulled the plug on the joke in April when they finally admitted to being husband and wife, although the specifics of the actual wedding remain a mystery.
Redford Knocks Bush
Robert Redford, celebrated actor, host of the Sundance Film Festival, and ardent environmentalist told a German magazine that President Bush "doesn't have a clue [that] we are all living in a global village."
Redford also told the weekly magazine Stern that Bush puts too much stock in his advisers, who come from industrial and military backgrounds. "They are blind and deaf to the changes over the last 40 years," he said.
Redford's comments were made in conjunction with a global climate conference that will be taking place next week in Bonn. The delegates will be discussing their next plan of action since Bush rejected the Kyoto agreement on reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Soderbergh in Cuba
There's been a lot of Traffic in Cuba lately. We're speaking of the Academy Award-winning variety.
Oscar winners Benicio Del Toro and Steven Soderbergh headed to the Caribbean island nation Monday to give a week of free showings of their acclaimed movie. The duo said they made the trek because they wanted to visit Havana and believed the tale of drug-running would captivate citizens of the country.
Drugs are said not to be a major problem on the communist island. "Maybe it will be a cautionary tale for them," director Soderbergh said.
In April, Kevin Costner flew to Cuba to screen his film on the Cuban missile crisesThirteen Days for Fidel Castro.
ABCNEWS Radio and ABCNEWS.com's Buck Wolf and Nancy Chandross contributed to this report.