Giovanni Ribisi married Agyness Deyn, one of the stars of "Clash of the Titans," in a secret wedding ceremony in Los Angeles. What is even strangest about the wedding is that their dating was a complete secret as well.
While this new union comes as a surprise, the couple joins a long list of celebrities who were able to tie the knot, while somehow keeping it out of the paparazzi's eye.
Julia Roberts and Danny Moder
Julia Roberts and Danny Moder are celebrating their ten year wedding anniversary in 2012, a wedding that took place as a complete surprise for everyone but the bride and groom. Not even their guests knew they were attending a wedding until the couple announced it that night.
In 2002, most guests thought they were heading to a Fourth of July barbecue, but at midnight, the couple announced they were getting married at that moment. For a woman who starred in a movie about a "Runaway Bride," it was a perfect union.
Ryan Reynolds and Scarlett Johansson
From their marriage to their separation, Ryan Reynolds and Scarlett Johansson impressively kept their private relationship under wraps. Their wedding itself was kept private and Johansson admitted that they actively tried to keep their relationship out of the public eye.
"We always kept our story private-how we met, our wedding, everything," Johansson said.
The wedding itself took place on Vancouver Island in 2008 with only 40 guests. When the couple chose to divorce, Reynolds put it best when he said "The media was not invited to my marriage, and they're definitely not invited into the divorce."
Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan
The founder of Facebook, one of the largest social media platforms in the world, kept the news that he was getting married out of the blogosphere. Zuckerberg and his girlfriend invited a number of guests to her graduation party and then announced that everyone there was about to witness their wedding.
The nuptials came one day after Zuckerberg took Facebook public with its IPO and the two married in his backyard. They had been planning the wedding ion private for five months, which is impressive for the man who created a platform where people share their every intimate detail with complete strangers.
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