Hollywood Gossip (Nov. 14)

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November 14, 2008

2:02 AM

**Playing by heart**
Loving her ever-growing brood and the family lifestyle, Angelina Jolie is thinking retirement may be in the works. Being a mother of six with plans for more has its burdens, and Angie wants to devote more time to her family. As she told Access Hollywood, she’s had a substantive enough career to give her selectivity in her cocktail party stories — now it’s time to move on to a new phase in her life. Though she said a few more movies may still be in the cards.

**I can see Fairview …**
After the success of porn flick “Nalin’ Paylin,” Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin has an offer for a small-screen role, says Page Six. Series creator Marc Cherry wants the hockey mom to guest star on the “Desperate Housewives” season finale. With the drama and potential secrecy surrounding her — Palin’s fifth child, Trig, is rumored to actually be Brisol’s child — she’ll fit right in with the conservative, drama-hiding ladies keeping up appearances on Wisteria lane.

**No love from Lilo’s lover**
Despite a serious, long-term relationship with DJ Samantha Ronson, Lindsay Lohan has expressed that she’s unsure whether she’s gay or straight. Regardless, she and her lady love have plans to get engaged in the coming week, according to Mirror. The pair has planned a trip to Paris, romance capital of the world, to shop for rings and pop the question. We wonder where the lovebirds will choose to seal the deal — and how long it will last.

**SatC power struggle**
Always watch out for the lead. After Kim Cattrall’s confirmation last week that a second “Sex and the City” movie will come out next summer, Sarah Jessica Parker has jumped back with a quick retort. Though she didn’t explicity deny Cattrall’s claim, SJP told Access Hollywood the deals aren’t done yet, but that she hopes to make it a reality. Sounds to us like we’ll be seeing more of Mrs. Big.

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