Ryan O'Neal, whose career could stand a bit of beta carotene, may be getting just that. Ryan's been set to play the adorable husband opposite adorable wife Cher, who could stand a little beta carotene herself, in the Tribeca Film production, "Faithful." If you haven't heard or read this already in the Hollywood trade papers, be informed that husband O'Neal is so adorable he hires a hitman to kill his wife Cher. But Cher and the hitman hit it off so well -- lust and all that -- that Cher tries to get him to kill O'Neal. Enough already.
The publication of Linda Wolfe's inside story of the shattering affair between Chief Judge Sol Wachtler and Joy Silverman -- it's called "A Double Life" -- is being postponed until September. She's been doing hundreds of interviews and talking to close sources about Sol, who, incredible as it is to believe now, was once mentioned as a potential Presidential candidate, save us all.
Chatter along the catwalks is that Claudia Schiffer will retire from her phenomenal modeling career after she marries David Copperfield -- and that the last outfit she'll model will be her wedding gown. But don't bet the Carrousel du Louvre, Bryant Park or the odd multi-million-dollar cosmetics contract.
They're saying at the tonier teas in London that -- finally -- it's All Over between the beautiful Nicaraguan actress Barbara Carrera and Harry, the portly Duke of Northumberland. Really, darlings, it was all over fortnights ago.
The English are also chatting up the news that Prince Edward's maybe-bride-to-be Sophie Rhys-Jones has moved in. To Buckingham Palace. In truly modern fashion, Queen Elizabeth's youngest and his intended are enjoying what could be called a "trial marriage." But no hanky-panky, please; they're British.