A mix of the morning’s entertainment headlines...
Ken Russell, the British director best known for the Oscar-winning film “Women in Love,” died Sunday after suffering a series of strokes. He was 84. (Associated Press)
Watch memorable moments from Russell’s career over at the Guardian.
T.I. weighs in on the Tracy Morgan’s homophobic comments controversy in the new issue of Vibe, saying in a excerpt from the interview that “it’s kind of true” that “gay people are too sensitive.”
The rapper, who Vibe says supports “anyone’s sexual preference,” continued, “They’re like,‘If you have an opinion against us, we’re gonna shut you down.’ ...That’s not American. If you’re gay you should have the right to be gay in peace, and if you’re against it you should have the right to be against it in peace.” (Vibe)
An ex-boyfriend of the woman accusing Justin Bieber of paternity reportedly believes he is the father of her child. (TMZ)
“Flight of the Conchords” may live again, and Demi Moore skips her daughter’s entrance into society, after the jump.
A “Flight of the Conchords” movie will happen if Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement can think of a story. As long as it involves Mel (a.k.a. Kristen Schaal), I’m in. (Vulture)
Demi Moore did not witness her daughter Tallulah’s coming out at a debutante ball in Paris. Fetch my smelling salts! (Gossip Cop)
Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt reportedly almost ran into each other at a movie theater, thus causing the world to collapse. (X17)