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  • Chris Noth attends the Rainforest Action Network fundraiser and cocktail party at Lord & Taylor in New York City on Wednesday, May 21, 2008. (Rob Kim /Landov/MCT)
  • Josh Hutcherson arrives at the 83rd Annual Academy Awards at the Kodak Theatre in Los Angeles, California, on Sunday, February 27, 2011. (Lionel Hahn/Abaca Press/MCT)
  • Kristen Wiig arrives at the 2012 Vanity Fair Oscar Party, hosted by Graydon Carter, held at the Sunset Tower Hotel in Los Angeles, California, on February 26, 2012. (Vince Bucci/Abaca Press/MCT)
Friday, April 13, 2012

The Scoop: Noth marries, Romo has a son & Wigg may leave SNL

Chris Noth marries in Maui

Chris Noth of “The Good Wife” has finally married fiancee Tara Wilson. Leave it to Mr. Big to prolong the wait leading up to the nuptials.

Noth, 57, of “Sex and the City” fame, got hitched to Wilson, 30, on the Hawaiian island of Maui on April 6, People reports. The couple has been affianced since 2009.

Their 4-year-old son, Orion Christopher, served as ring bearer in the private ceremony, according to ABC News.

Noth and Wilson met in 2002 at Noth’s New York bar, Cutting Room, where she was working.

Now, where is John Corbett to drop his cringe-inducing “SATC” line that they “got Maui-ed”?

– Nardine Saad Los Angeles Times

New baby boy for Tony Romo

Anybody got a teeny, tiny Cowboys jersey? Because Tony Romo and Candice Crawford are proud new parents. The Dallas quarterback and Chace Crawford’s sister welcomed a boy Monday.

“Hawkins Crawford Romo is now a part of the Dallas Cowboys family,” a rep for the couple said.

– Matt Donnelly Los Angeles Times

Kristen Wiig and her ‘SNL’ exit

If Kristen Wiig is indeed preparing for the next chapter of her career, it’s certainly not a private process. Reports are rampant that the “Saturday Night Live” funny lady is leaving the show at season’s end.

Wiig’s contract expires in May, and given her Academy Award-nominated success with the female comedy “Bridesmaids,” it’s a natural move to exit the sketch comedy show for movie stardom.

“Well, everyone has to leave,” Wiig told Alec Baldwin on the frequent “SNL” host’s podcast Monday. “This is my seventh year, and that’s my family. It’s my heart. It’s New York to me.”

Wiig isn’t the only star possibly headed for the door -- reports say digital-short mastermind Andy Samberg and Jason Sudeikis will walk as well. Those would be big shoes to fill, and “SNL” executive producer Lorne Michaels seems hip to the vacancies, given his tryout of actress Kate McKinnon last weekend’s Sofia Vergara-hosted show.

Wiig has a slew of movie projects on the burner as well as the completed cougar romance “Imogene,” costarring “Glee” guy Darren Criss.

– Matt Donnelly Los Angeles Times

‘Hunger Games’ nabs its award

In the first of what we assume will be a number of accolades, “The Hunger Games” landed a new kind of tribute -- for star Josh Hutcherson.

The man who plays Peeta Mellark just picked up a NewNowNext award from Logo TV.

“This is so much better than the Oscars,” Hutcherson cracked. “I get so bored at those award shows.”

“For me, I just love making movies, and the fact that anybody shows up to them is just a bonus,” he said.

While his costars Jennifer Lawrence and Liam Hemsworth are empty-handed at the moment, talk has turned to the coveted best kiss trophy handed out annually at the MTV Movie Awards. Hutcherson and Lawrence could go head-to-head with reigning couple Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart.

“[Rob and Kristen’s] was so passionate. Ours was like -- I was on my deathbed, wasn’t very sexy. I don’t know. We’ll see. Maybe. I’d be so lucky. One can only hope!” Hutcherson told VH1.

– Matt Donnelly Los Angeles Times