Macaulay Culkin was recently photographed looking, according to “Entertainment Tonight,” “extremely thin and scruffy,” leading some outlets to speculate that he is unwell. (Scruffy, sure. Extremely thin? Eh.) His rep has assured concerned parties that the “Home Alone” actor “is in perfectly good health.” (ET)
The “highly psychotic” man convicted of stalking Madonna in 1996 escaped last Friday from the Los Angeles mental hospital where he was committed last year. Police have asked for assistance in locating Robert Dewey Hoskins, seen here. Update: Hoskins was captured Friday near the institution he escaped from. (Associated Press)
Marla Sokoloff, of “The Practice,” has given birth to a daughter, Elliotte Anne. (People)
Dustin Hoffman said in an interview with Maxim that attending the Oscars is “boring,” so he devised a plan to spice things up: “There was one particular time I knew I wasn’t going to win and when they’d train the camera on me as one of the losers, I wanted to be able to rip open my tuxedo shirt and just have stenciled on my chest, ‘oh, [expletive.]’ But my wife wouldn’t let me do it.” (Maxim)
Chris Brown is still being watched, after the jump.
Chris Brown will remain on supervised probation, despite his good behavior, until he completes his community service hours. The singer was convicted of felony assault in 2009. (MTV)
Married people Melissa McCarthy and Ben Falcone have sold a pilot to CBS. McCarthy will executive produce, Falcone will star. (Vulture)
Lea Michele is in talks to star in the film version of “Spring Awakening” as Wendla, the role she originated on Broadway. (E!)
Watch Adele sing “Rolling in the Deep” a cappella on “60 Minutes” below.