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Jared Leto and June Squibb Pay Tribute to Philip Seymour Hoffman

Two days after being found dead of an apparent heroin overdose, Philip Seymour Hoffman was remembered by his fellow actors with great admiration Tuesday during the Santa Barbara International Film Festival in California.

Jared Leto described Hoffman as “a brave and fearless genius” after accepting one of the festival’s Virtuoso Awards, which he dedicated to Hoffman.

Chris O'Donnell: Eric Christian Olsen Is Feeling the Effects of Daddy Duty

“It’s just about priorities more than anything. My family will always be my first priority and work is right up there,” the NCIS: Los Angeles star, 43, told PEOPLE.

NCIS: L.A. Actors' Mothers Guest Star on the Hit

Without question, the Oct. 9 episode of NCIS: L.A. is the mother of all mysteries.

While the team tracks down a suspect in a casino, four women – portrayed by the lead actors’ real-life mothers – are playing poker.

When executive producer Shane Brennan e-mailed the CBS drama s stars with the idea, “I thought it was a joke,” Chris O Donnell says. “When I found out he was serious, I was excited to call my mom. I knew this would be the biggest deal for her.”

Maeve Binchy, Author of Circle of Friends, Dies at 72

Maeve Binchy, the popular Irish author who sold more than 40 million books worldwide and penned Circle of Friends, has died after a brief illness, reports BBC News. She was 72.

During her illustrious career, Binchy wrote 16 novels, four collections of short stories, a play and a novella.

Her books, which have been featured on The New York Times bestseller list and as part of Oprah’s Book Club, have been translated into 37 languages.

Chris O'Donnell and Wife Have Fifth Baby

Chris O’Donnell and his wife, Caroline, have welcomed their fifth child, daughter Maeve Frances O’Donnell.

“Everyone’s happy,” the actor’s rep tells PEOPLE. “Mother and baby are doing great.”

Maeve was 8 lbs. and 21½ inches long when she was born Dec. 10 in Los Angeles. She joins sister Lily, 8, and brothers Chip, 7; Charlie, 4; Finley, 1.

Chris O'Donnell and Wife Expecting Fifth Child

Chris O’Donnell and his wife Caroline Fentress are preparing to add yet another child to their ever-growing brood – their fifth.

On the Today show on Wednesday, the actor was asked about his four children. “Another on the way,” he replied, before high-fiving Today cohost Ann Curry.

He added, jokingly, “Yeah, we’re just starting to figure out how it works. I think I know why this is happening, but we’re really excited about it.”

It's a Boy for Actor Chris O'Donnell

Actor Chris O’Donnell and his wife Caroline Fentress welcomed their fourth child, a boy, Thursday in Los Angeles.

The couple have not released a name. “Everybody is happy and healthy,” says rep Leslie Sloane Zelnick.

The baby joins siblings Lily, 6, Chip, 5, and Charlie, 2. O’Donnell, 35, and Fentress, 33, married in 1997.

O’Donnell is best known for playing Robin in 1995’s Batman Forever. He also starred opposite Oscar winner Al Pacino in 1992’s Scent of a Woman.

A New Chris O'Donnell for 'Practice'

Chris O’Donnell may have built an entire career upon playing suitors (“Scent of a Woman”) and sidekicks (“Batman & Robin”), but on ABC’s “The Practice,” he’s playing a man accused of murdering his pregnant wife.

That’s quite a leap for the 30-year-old, who just became a dad for the third time with wife Caroline Fentress, 30. Their son Charlie was born on July 11, joining sister Lily, 3, and brother Chip, 2.

Speaking to PEOPLE about the recent arrival, O’Donnell said, “Lily was disappointed he wasn’t a girl … but they are real proud of their little brother.”

O'Donnell's Party

A dozen young women dressed in pristine white wedding dresses lined the red carpet to cheer on the stars of ”The Bachelor” for the L.A. premiere of the movie on Wednesday. In the movie, Chris O’Donnell plays a confirmed bachelor who must marry in 24 hours in order to secure a $100-million inheritance but in his own life. The actor, who arrived on the arm of his wife of more than two years, Caroline, told PEOPLE that he’s a happy his bachelor days are behind him. ”I have good memories of being a bachelor,” he said. ”But I wouldn’t trade it for the program here – being married.