The actor became a first-time father in July (12) when his girlfriend Sheila Hafsadi gave birth to a boy named Monroe Jackson Rathbone VI.
He has now revealed Reed, who plays his onscreen adoptive sister, has been given the honour of becoming the baby's godmother.
In a post on Twitter.com, Rathbone ?has uploaded picture of Reed cuddling the tot, with the caption, "Lil' Monroe VI with his godmother Nikki Reed. Adorable."
Dale Olson lost his battle with cancer on Thursday (09Aug12). He was 78.
Olson was head of the motion picture division of public relations firm Rogers & Cowan for 18 years before he resigned in 1985.
Prior to his career as a publicist, he worked as a reporter and reviewer for Daily Variety and founded the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle.
As well as Hudson, Olson represented Marilyn Monroe, Clint Eastwood, Steve McQueen and Laurence Olivier, among others.
He was awarded the Actors Fund Medal of Honor last month (Jul12).
The Wipeout host, who is expecting her first baby with husband Nick Lachey next month (Sep12), has teamed up with footwear and accessories company ShoeDazzle to make the one-off heels, named Monroe after screen icon Marilyn Monroe.
The stiletto boots, which feature faux black snakeskin and military-inspired buckles, will be sold to benefit Operation Shower, a charity providing gifts for parents-to-be in the U.S. military.
Lachey says, "I am so thrilled to be able to raise awareness for a great charity like Operation Shower. Growing up, my father was in the Air Force, so I have an understanding of what it's like to have a loved one overseas during life's biggest events. ShoeDazzle has provided me with a fun and fashionable way to support the military - and new moms!"
The hit TV series chronicles a fictional musical about the life of the Gentlemen Prefer Blondes star, who died after an overdose on 5 August, 1962.
Fifty years after her death, Smash stars Debra Messing, Megan Hilty and Christian Borle took a moment on the show's New York City set to remember the tragic actress.
The trio posed for photos holding a handmade sign which read 'Remembering Marilyn', while Messing took to Twitter.com to share the Monroe quote, "A career is wonderful thing, but you can't snuggle up to it on a cold night."
Hilty also re-tweeted the message, "Can we get RIP Marilyn Monroe trending worldwide? R.I.P to this beautiful icon of the 20th century! Never forgotten!"
Jane Lawrence claims Monroe dubbed her "my little secret" - the title of Tony Jerris' new biography, in which she opens up about her trysts with the tragic movie star.
Jerris tells the Globe, "They realised that they had been in the same orphanage at different times of their lives - even though Marilyn was 14 years older... They became close friends because there were so many similarities."
But the friendship turned intimate in 1955 when a visit to Monroe's apartment sparked a brief fling for Lawrence - and helped her realise she was gay.
In the book, Lawrence recalls, "My pulse leaped as Marilyn kissed my thigh... She then leaned in and kissed me full on the lips, very softly and very slowly.
"I was nearly hyperventilating. We moved through the living room into the bedroom."
The couple had sex, but Lawrence insists the night of passion didn't ruin the couple's friendship - and they remained close up until Monroe's death in 1962.
The latest revelations come just weeks after the release of Darwin Porter's book Marilyn at Rainbow's End, in which the author claimed Monroe enjoyed a brief romance with Elizabeth Taylor.
The Mean Girls star is attempting to get her career back on track following numerous stints in jail and rehab over the last few years and she recently started work on new movie project The Canyons, directed by Schrader and written by American Psycho author Bret Easton Ellis.
Schrader has completed his first week on set with Lohan, and he insists he can see sparks of Hollywood greatness in her performance.
In a post on the movie's Facebook.com page, he writes, "Seven days in, first full week completed. Lindsay Lohan is a huge fan of Hollywood glamour and performances from the Golden Era. Working with her every day on varied scenes I've been making a mental checklist of classic movie performances she's touched upon.
"There's has been a lot of Ann Margaret, some Gena Rowlands and Faye Dunaway and of course some bits of Liz Taylor and (Marilyn) Monroe as well as a little Rita Hayworth and even Gene Tierney (although the last may be more my creation than hers). Oh yeah, and Angie Dickinson. And Lee Remick. And Shelley Winters... Paul S."
Actor Jackson Rathbone is a first-time father after his girlfriend Sheila Hafsadi gave birth to a son on Thursday (05Jul12).
The Twilight hunk is now proud dad to little Monroe Jackson Rathbone VI, who weighed in at eight pounds, 11 ounces (3.9 kilograms).
Taking to Twitter.com to share his baby news, he writes, "Thank you ALL for the love & support! Sheila & I couldn't be happier to have such a beautiful, healthy baby boy, Monroe Jackson Rathbone VI.
Executives in charge of Neumann's legacy launched a legal battle against the 59 year old, alleging a Kate Spade line of floral-print dresses and cellphone cases were "obviously copied" from the artist's 1979 classic Poppy Field.
According to the New York Post, the papers were filed at a Manhattan federal court on Tuesday (03Jul12) with prosecutors claiming Spade even recently named Neumann's silk-screened scarves as inspiration for a number of her products.
Neumann, who had a slew of famous fans including Marilyn Monroe and Grace Kelly, died in June, 1993.
Motorcycle officer Roy Garrett let a string of superstars off for speeding and jumping red lights in Beverly Hills, California in the 1950s and '60s in exchange for a personally signed photo.
Now his extensive collection, which features legends includes Monroe, Martin, James Stewart and Greta Garbo, will go up for sale at an auction in Beverly Hills on 24 July (12).
The Monroe snap, which is expected to raise $32,000 (£20,000), includes the line, "To Roy, love and kisses. Thanks for keeping me out of the clink."
Heritage Auctions representative Margaret Barrett says, "Officer Garrett had a good gig going. He made no secret of letting stars off a ticket in return for a signed photo. The Marilyn Monroe one is a real gem - she only signed photos for people she knew and not random strangers. It was all quite innocent but in any case, he died about 15 years ago so isn't going to get busted for it now."