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Posted at 11:20 AM ET, 03/18/2011

Kevin Costner cast as Superman’s dad; Charlie Sheen expands tour

Kevin Costner has officially been cast as Jonathan Kent, adoptive father of Clark Kent, in Z
(Kevin Costner, raising Clark Kent. (Reuters))
ack Snyder’s Superman movie. (Hero Complex)

In other casting news, Jennifer Lawrence has officially captured the role of Katniss Everdeen, the teen girl in “The Hunger Games” franchise. (Entertainment Weekly)

Charlie Sheen has added even more dates to his “Violent Torpedo of Death” tour, including stops in Toronto and Vancouver. And yes, he is coming to D.C. — he’ll bring his, um, whatever to Constitution Hall on April 19. (The Hollywood Reporter)

Not to be outdone, Internet sensation Rebecca Green is going on a Tiffany-style shopping mall tour. Who’s #winning now, hmmmm? (Zap2It)

Rumor mill: Is Ashley Greene — freshly split from Joe Jonas — dating Jared Followill, bassist for Kings of Leon? (Us)

Lindsay Lohan reportedly hits the New York party scene, and Zac Efron and Taylor Swift get all Seussical, after the jump.

Lindsay Lohan reportedly went out partying in New York. But she spent the whole night with her water bottle. (New York Post)

Deandra Douglas, the ex-wife of Michael Douglas who is suing the actor for her share of his profits from “Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps,” insists she is not greedy. She tells her side of the story in the new issue of Harper’s Bazaar. (Daily Mail)

Zac Efron and Taylor Swift join cast of “The Lorax,” a feature-length, animated adaptation of the Dr. Seuss tale. Apparently in this version, a boy (Efron) is searching for the Lorax to impress a girl (Taylor Swift). Spoiler alert: he ultimately woos her by giving her a handbag made out of Truffula tufts. (Vulture)

Watch the trailer for “Exporting Raymond,” the documentary about bringing “Everybody Loves Raymond” to Russia...

...then watch the faux trailer for the Sofia Coppola-esque indie movie version of “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off”:

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