A mix of the morning’s entertainment headlines...
“H8R ,” the Mario Lopez hosted show that gave stars an opportunity to confront their average person detractors, has been cancelled by the CW. Walk down memory lane with Jen Chaney’s review of the show here. (TV Column)
Prince Harry, the world’s most eligible royal, arrived in the United States on Friday. Sorry, princess-hopefuls. He’s not looking for a wife. The British army captain is set to begin two months of helicopter training. (WaPo via Associated Press)
Diane Cilento, Oscar-nominated actress and former wife of Sean Connery, has died of unknown causes. She was 78. (AP)
Johnny Depp is developing a biopic about Theodor Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss, and has the option to play him. (Vulture)
The first three “Twilight” films will be back in theaters before “Breaking Dawn — Part 1” premieres. (EW)
Find out which director wants to give Michelle Obama a job, after the jump.
Billy Bob Thorton’s estranged daughter, Amanda Brumfield, has been sentenced to 20 years in prison. (CBS)
After casting France’s Carla Bruni-Sarkozy in “Midnight in Paris,” Woody Allen said he would also be willing to make America’s first lady a film star: “If I was in a room with Michelle Obama, and I thought she was right for a part, I wouldn't hesitate to ask her.” (USA Today)