Chris Hemsworth and Elsa Pataky welcome twins, Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis are expecting their first child, and more

By Stephan Lee
Updated March 28, 2014 at 04:00 AM EDT

Baby News
More Hemsworth brothers! Thor star Chris Hemsworth, 30, and his wife, actress Elsa Pataky, 37, welcomed twin boys in Los Angeles on March 21…. Eldest Hanson brother Isaac Hanson, 33, and his wife, Nikki, welcomed their third child, a girl named Nina Odette, on March 11…. Former Dancing With the Stars contestant Stacy Keibler, 34 — who recently wed tech entrepreneur Jared Pobre — revealed on March 24 that she’s pregnant with their first child…. Hot on the heels of their engagement announcement, news broke on March 23 that Ashton Kutcher, 36, and Mila Kunis, 30, are also expecting. The couple met while working on That ’70s Show and have been dating for two years.

Little People, Big World star Jeremy Roloff, 23, and girlfriend Audrey Botti got engaged on March 15…. Juan Pablo sent her packing, but it turns out Bachelor contestant Renée Oteri, 32, is doing just fine. On March 20, she wed longtime friend Bracy Maynard.

Hugely successful DJ David Guetta, 46, and wife Cathy are reportedly calling it quits after 20-plus years of marriage…. Olympic figure skater Johnny Weir, 29, announced via Twitter on March 19 that he and husband Victor Voronov are splitting after two years of marriage.

No more “Girls” vs. Boys. The legal battle between Beastie Boys and the California-based toy company GoldieBlox has been resolved. (The company, which makes educational engineering toys aimed at girls, used a version of the hit 1987 song “Girls” in a viral ad last fall, but admits it never got permission from the group.) The company issued a formal public apology and agreed to make a donation to a Beastie Boys-approved charity.

Dave Brockie — who fronted the shock-rock heavy metal band GWAR using the stage name Oderus Urungus — was found dead in his Richmond home at age 50 on March 23…. Patrice Wymore Flynn, the actress who starred opposite husband Errol Flynn in the 1950 film Rocky Mountain, died on March 22 at her home in Jamaica after a battle with pulmonary disease. She was 87.