Forget, Brexit and Bake-xit, now we have Brex-pitt to keep us awake at night. What now for Brangelina? Now the economy hasn't crashed in the way we'd feared, we can focus on who might be joining Paul Hollywood on Channel4 (one way for Mr Pitt to retain his wholesome (wholemeal?) image perhaps?)
After all, as Joe Grice, one of the government's chief number-crunchers put it: “As the available information grows, the referendum result appears, so far, not to have had a major effect on the UK economy." Yes, forget those surveys that warned us of the biggest slump in confidence in decades, economic activity is...actually doing ok. As in, still growing - we'll find out by how much on 27th October when official figures come out.
So panic over? Well, no. The key words in that commentary are "so far". The bean-counters are still to get data on economic performance over the last three months in from every corner of the country. And when business confidence drops in the way we've seen, the impact on decisions to hire workers or invest in expansion can take months, or even longer, to filter through.
And of course, Article 50 has yet to be triggered and trade talks yet to start. The impact on those sectors - in particular finance and manufacturing - which rely heavily on business with Europe could be substantial. (The silver lining is that a weaker pound makes exports cheaper, and so more attractive. Again,with the way prices are agreed in advance, it may be a while before we reap that reward.)
So our economy could as yet have a soggy bottom. However, the pre-emptive action taken by the Bank of England - and the likelihood of more to come from Philip Hammond in his autumn statement should limit the damage. The way consumer spending has held up so far in particular, is promising
But it will be many years until we know for sure. By which time, Brangelina may have faded from memory in the same way Bennifer has. Who? Exactly.