Some of the entertainment headlines on my radar this morning...
Arnold Schwarzenegger has put his career on hold, issuing a statement announcing that all of his movie projects are postponed. “Gov. Schwarzenegger is focusing on personal matters and is not willing to commit to any production schedules or timelines,” the statement, released Thursday, said. So while the former governor of California deals with the fall-out from revelations that he fathered a child with his and wife Maria Shriver’s longtime housekeeper, the Governator comic and animated series; his plans to star in the movie “Cry Macho” and discussions about another “Terminator” movie now appear to be backburnered. (Associated Press)
Jennifer Aniston’s rep denies rumors that she is dating Justin Theroux, who were recently spotted having dinner together by celeb gossip website X17. “What X17 neglected to mention was that there were three other people at the dinner,” the rep tells Us magazine. (Us)
Watch highlights from last night’s “The Hangover Part II” red carpet premiere in L.A. Best part: Zach Galifianakis responds to the question ”Who are you wearing?” with “Catherine Herrara ... is that a person? (NowLive via Entertainment Weekly)
In sad news for anyone who has ever taken U2 seriously, Bono and the Edge are in talks to perform on the “American Idol” finale, with the cast of “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark.” (NY Post)
Track Palin, oldest son of Sarah Palin, has married his high school sweetheart, Britta Hanson, in a ceremony in Hatcher Pass, Alaska. (People)
A troubled rocker gets jail time and a classic horror movie gets a reboot — read more after the jump.
British rocker Pete Doherty gets six months in jail for possession of cocaine. (Associated Press)
Get your pig blood ready: a remake of “Carrie” is in the works. Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa of “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark”will write the script; he’s also been tapped to join the writing staff for “Glee.” (The Hollywood Reporter)
Ever wonder how Jerry Bruckheimer comes up with his ideas? This pitch meeting video — pegged to the opening of “Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides” — shows how it’s done.