A morning mix of entertainment headlines ...
Madonna will be sued by France’s National Party for featuring an image of the party’s leader, Marine Le Pen, with a swastika over her face in a video projected during Madonna’s MDNA tour. Le Pen already had threatened to sue if the pop icon used the image during performances in France, which is what Madonna did at a concert Saturday night. (The image appears for a second or two during the montage.) A spokesman for Le Pen tells Rolling Stone that a public insult lawsuit will be filed in Paris in a few days. (Vulture; Rolling Stone)
The first reviews of “ The Dark Knight Rises ” are rolling in, and so far they are uniformly positive. Todd McCarthy of The Hollywood Reporter even comes out with some fighting comic-book-movie words: “Big-time Hollywood filmmaking at its most massively accomplished, this last installment of Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy makes everything in the rival Marvel universe look thoroughly silly and childish.” (Rotten Tomatoes; THR)
An autopsy on Sage Stallone, the son of Sylvester Stallone who was found dead in his home, was completed Sunday but the results won’t be known for four to six weeks. The 36-year-old’s body was discovered Friday by a housekeeper and a relative but the cause of death is unknown. Sylvester Stallone released a statement requesting that the media not speculate about what led to the passing of the son born to him and his first wife, Sasha Czack. “Sage was our first child and the center of our universe and I am humbly begging for all to have my son’s memory in full left in peace,” the “Rocky” star said. (New York Daily News; Associated Press)
Aretha Franklin tells CNN she’s interested in being an “American Idol” judge, and that she’d like to bring Patti Labelle with her. Okay, so why hasn’t someone made this happen already? (CNN)
Katie Holmes has reportedly enrolled Suri Cruise in a Catholic girls school in New York, the same one that Lady Gaga once attended. So in 20 years, maybe Suri can show up at a graduation looking like this. (Us Weekly)
Celeste Holm, the Academy Award-winning star of “Gentleman’s Agreement,” died Sunday at the age of 95. (Washington Post)
“Ice Age: Continental Drift” is the No. 1 movie in the country. Enjoy while it lasts, Scrat. Batman is totally taking over your spot next weekend. (AP)