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Michael Jackson siblings preparing for estate battle; Russell Brand talks Katy Perry

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Several of Michael Jackson’s siblings — including Janet, Jermaine, Randy, Rebbie and Tito — have accused the executors of their brother’s estate of faking his will. (Forbes; Celebuzz)

Russell Brand, showing respect for his ex-wife. (John Shearer/INVISION FOR DAVID LYNCH FOUNDATION)

Beyoncé changed her hair! Beyoncé changed her hair! Why wasn't the emergency broadcast system activated immediately? (People)

The Dark Knight Rises ” has already made $25 million in pre-ticket sales. Also, scalpers are selling tickets for Thursday's midnight Imax screenings at a cost of $65 to $100 a pop. Wow, Batman is super-popular. Who knew? You know, besides everyone. (Deadline)

Walking Dead ” will be an attraction this fall at Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Hollywood and Orlando. If you go, don't let yourself become an Otis. (USHHorrorNights)

More Batman: This Grantland YouTube Hall of Fame salute to the superhero is pretty great. (Grantland)

Celebritology chat at 2 p.m. ET : Join me to discuss all matters related to entertainment, including “Dark Knight Rises,” the Emmy nominations and more.

When she isn’t at a movie theater or writing about movies, Jen Chaney is ... um ... probably at home, watching a movie.


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