A morning mix of entertainment headlines...
Travis Barker of Blink 182 is threatening to take legal action against Web site MediaTakeOut.com for posting naked photos of him. His attorney has reportedly sent a cease-and-desist letter to the site, and asked that the photos — taken five years ago and not intended for public viewing — be removed. (NME)
Plans for a Kardashian magazine have reportedly been scrapped because Kris Jenner was demanding editorial approval over all of the publications in the American Media Inc. family — including Star and the National Enquirer — to ensure positive Kardashian-related coverage. (New York Post)
Jesse Tyler Ferguson says that “Modern Family’s” little Lily did not actually say the f-word during filming of the episode that aired last night, in which she freaked out Cam and Mitchell by seemingly dropping an f-bomb. (The word was bleeped, and the shot of her mouth moving was pixellated.) “We said the very innocent word fudge, but people are all up in arms about that,” Ferguson told E! The Parents Televsision Council expressed concern about the episode. (E! Online)
Despite its f-bombing ways, ABC earned the most GLAAD Media nominations of any network, earning nods for such shows as “Modern Family,” “Grey’s Anatomy” and “Happy Endings.” (The Hollywood Reporter)
A superhero is becoming a father and Homer Simpson is saying d’oh a lot, after the jump.
Thor is becoming a dad; Chris Hemsworth and his wife, Elsa Pataky, are expecting their first child. (People)
“The Carrie Diaries,” the prequel series to “Sex and the City,” has been picked up for pilot-shooting purposes by the CW. (Vulture)