'JUST TURN IT OFF': Hugh Jackman knows how to stop the show. A crude video on TMZ.com shows Jackman breaking character during a preview of the Broadway play "A Steady Rain'' to tell the owner of a ringing cell phone, "You want to get that?" as the audience erupts in cheers. As the ringing persists, Jackman pleads: "Come on, just turn it off." He then paces the stage, waits for the ringing to stop, and the play resumes.

HITCHED: Actress Claire Danes and British actor Hugh Dancy tied the knot in France this month, Life & Style magazine reports.

NEW ADDITION: Musician Ben Lee and wife, actress Ione Skye, welcomed a daughter, Goldie Priya Lee, on Thursday, according to Lee's blog. The new dad wrote that he was "over the moon.''

THAT WAS FAST: Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst, left, tweeted Monday that his 3-month marriage to Esther Nazarov is over. "For those of you inquiring I will confirm that Esther and I have decided to go our separate ways and we both thank you for your support," he wrote.

BRISK SALES: Hundreds of show times have sold out since tickets went on sale Sunday for "Michael Jackson: This Is It," according to Sony Pictures. The documentary opens Oct. 28 for a two-week run.

'REALLY LUCKY': Paul Newman liked to joke about his trademark blue eyes and was delighted to learn he was on Richard Nixon's enemies list, the actor's daughter Nell Newman, said Monday in an interview a year after her father's death. "He always used to joke if his eyes turned brown, what would happen to his career," she said. "He always felt he was just really lucky." AP