Though it may seem as though Legal Times only has eyes for the spring (or stumble) in Alberto Gonzales’ step and that dreamy Chief Justice John Roberts, we’ve been known to spot some actual US Weekly style celebs. Yesterday afternoon two intrepid LT reporters found themselves in the midst of a movie set on 16th St. right in front of St. John’s Episcopal Church. And lo and behold, who should be filming but two stars extraordinaire, Nicolas Cage and Jon Voight, After a bit more sleuthing, we discovered that Cage and Voight were working on a sequel to that action-adventure masterpiece (hyperbole, anyone?) National Treasure. According to our sources, the two Hollywood actors invaded the Library of Congress as well where no doubt they didn’t re-shelve their books, making an absolute mockery of the Dewey Decimal system. Though we never learned why anyone would make a part deux to a film that was so ridiculous in the first place, we did discover that the new movie title is National Treasure: Book of Secrets. Perhaps the director found a complete copy of the Justice Department's infamous e-mails.