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Posted at 08:29 AM ET, 12/08/2010

Final John Lennon interview released; Cate Blanchett signs on to 'The Hobbit'

Celebrity Beat: On the 30th anniversary of his death, Rolling Stone releases John Lennon's final interview... Wesley Snipes appeals to Supreme Court to keep him out of prison (he's due to report to Pennsylvania's McKean Federal Correctional Institution Thursday)... Kelly Osbourne, Christina Hendricks make Fitness mag's Best Celeb Bods of 2010 list... Khloe Kardashian compares TSA search to rape... Leonardo DiCaprio's face slasher sentenced to two years in prison... Kevin Smith gets in another airline dispute... Jenny McCarthy is single again... "Jersey Shore's" Angelina Pivarnick accused of punching a woman in the face.

Rumor Mill: Apparently Kim Kardashian (who earlier this week was rumored to be pregnant with Kanye West's baby) was dating Gabriel Aubry, but she's already moved on to N.J. Nets basketballer Kris Humphries ... A-Rod spotted chatting up "Real Housewife of New York" Kelly Bensimon... Latest baby bump watch victim? Marion Cotillard , who was spotted warning a flowy dress over the weekend.

Pop Culture Mix: Mark Wahlberg to produce (and possibly star in) "The Raven" (but not the Edgar Allan Poe story); Wahlberg also wants "Entourage" movie to happen... Cate Blanchett will appear in "The Hobbit"... " Walking Dead " producer reveals what Jenner whispered to Grimes in the season finale (not!)... The Wachowskis have reportedly reached out to Will Smith about playing a part in "Hood," their version of the Robin Hood story... The holidays are here. " Aretha Franklin " confirms it.

Video: Tracy Morgan explains "The Empire Strikes Back" to Jimmy Fallon...

(More: The "Star Wars" alphabet ... "A is for Ackbar")

By and Liz Kelly  |  08:29 AM ET, 12/08/2010

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