Kate and Jamie, engaged

It may have been awful, but the 2015 superhero movie Fantastic Four did bring love for two of its stars, Kate Mara, 33, and Jamie Bell, 30.

The couple are engaged, Mara's rep confirmed Monday.

Bell, whose credits include the AMC series Turn: Washington's Spies and the film The Adventures of Tintin, was married for about two years to Westworld's Evan Rachel Wood. They have a son. Mara is related to a lot of bold-faced folks, including sister Rooney, but she's never had a spouse.

Bieber: Selena's a user

Last time I looked, Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez were pals again. So why is he now tearing into the girl?

The Bieb says Selena isn't really dating The Weeknd, just using him for publicity. Photos circulated recently of the Bieb's ex-gf getting all affectionate with Abel Makkonen Tesfaye during a dinner date.

Unnamed Bieber Sources tell TMZ Selena fakes romantic interest when she's cutting a record. Apparently, she's done it to Nick Jonas and the DJ Zedd. Perez Hilton reckons Bieber's still not over his romance with Selena.

I just hope Selena doesn't hurt The Weeknd so bad that he loses another "e."

Box office: Math wins out

Taraji P. Henson, Octavia Spencer, and Janelle Monáe's feel-good math movie Hidden Figures, about African American women who worked at NASA, is projected to win the four-day holiday box office race with an estimated $26 mil, according to the Hollywood Reporter. Meanwhile, three huge new releases crashed and burned. Martin Scorsese's $50 mil religious epic Silence was expected to earn $2.3 mil over the four-day weekend; Ben Affleck's $65 mil noir Live by Night was projected to pocket $6.1 mil, and the $125 mil megablockbuster Monster Trucks was expected to bring in a pathetic $15 mil.

John Lewis' books sell big

President-elect Donald Trump's feud with civil rights leader U.S. Rep. John Lewis of Georgia has lead to a run on the Democrat's books. Lewis questioned the legitimacy of Trump's presidency last week in an interview with NBC News' Meet the Press. Trump replied that the 16-term representative "should spend more time on fixing and helping his district." Sales of Lewis' books have skyrocketed, reports USA Today. Amazon has sold out of two titles, Lewis' graphic novel March and his 2015 memoir, Walking with the Wind.