A morning mix of entertainment headlines...
Don Grady, best known as Robbie Douglas on “My Three Sons,” died Wednesday of cancer. He was 68. In addition to being Ernie’s big brother, Grady also was a Mousketeer, a musician and composer. (The Hollywood Reporter)
Tom Hanks wrote a touching tribute to the late Nora Ephron for Time magazine: “For a wrap gift, she would send you a note saying something like, ‘A man is going to come to your house to plant an orange tree — or apple or pomegranate or whatever — and you will eat its fruit for the rest of your days.’ Rita and I chose orange, and the fruit has been lovely, sweet and abundant, just as Nora promised — a constant and perfect reminder of the woman we loved so much.” (Time)
The alleged romance between Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher is not exclusive. It seems like that makes them . . . “Friends With Benefits”? Or is it a couple with “No Strings Attached”? (Us Magazine)
Lindsay Lohan reportedly has settled a lawsuit filed by three guys who claimed she took them on a joy ride prior to one of her 2007 DUI arrests. (TMZ)
In honor of the band’s 50th anniversary, the Rolling Stones have a brand new tongue designed by Shepard Fairey. (Rolling Stone)
The Muppets had some deep, improvised conversations while filming “The Muppet Movie.” (io9)
In the wake of the pile-on of “The Newsroom” criticisms, as well as a Toronto Globe and Mail interview in which Aaron Sorkin referred to a reporter as Internet Girl, the inevitable Tumblr, Hey Internet Girl now exists. (Hey Internet Girl)
You know the Gotye song “Somebody That I Used to Know.” Now experience “The Star Wars That I Used to Know.”
Please join us for the Celebritology chat at 2 p.m. , in which we’ll (sadly) bid adieu to Sarah Anne Hughes and start the official countdown to when I will officially lose my mind. Oh, we’ll answer questions about celebrities and pop culture, too.