A morning mix of entertainment headlines...
Mario Lopez — a.k.a A.C. Slater of “Saved by the Bell” a.k.a co-host of “The X Factor” — married longtime girlfriend Courtney Mazza on Saturday in Mexico. It was Mazza’s first marriage and Lopez’s second, since his two-week marriage to Ali Landry apparently counts as a marriage. Naturally, the ceremony was recorded so it can air as a TLC special. (Us Weekly)
Chris Brown is back on Twitter after an unbecoming feud with comedian Jenny Johnson that led to him shuttering his account last week. He has yet to tweet anything new, but let’s go ahead and assume he will soon post a photo of himself in an appropriate outfit that will anger many followers of social media. I don’t know, it just seems like something the guy might do. (GossipCop)
The tax man has come for Lindsay Lohan. TMZ reports that on top of her criminal issues, Lohan’s financial problems have become so severe that the IRS has seized control of her bank accounts, placing liens on all of them due to unpaid taxes. The gossip site reports that she owes $233,904 for taxes not paid in 2009 and 2010, as well as additional unpaid taxed from 2011. Maybe Charlie Sheen can loan her some more cash? (TMZ)
Brandi Glanville apparently does not like it when LeAnn Rimes refers to Glanville’s children with actor Eddie Cibrian — current husband of Rimes — as her boys. And obviously there’s no better way to handle hurt feelings within a family than by making passive-aggressive comments on Twitter. (Huffington Post)
David Letterman, Dustin Hoffman, Led Zeppelin, Buddy Guy and dancer Natalia Makarova became Kennedy Center Honorees Sunday night. And during the event, Kid Rock — who was there to pay homage to Led Zeppelin — revealed that he told President Obama, “No hard feelings” about that whole election thing. (Washington Post; Post Politics)
“ The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 ” is the No. 1 movie in North America for the third week in a row. Brad Pitt’s “Killing Them Softly” was a total dud, opening in seventh place. It was one of the worst openings in Pitt’s career. (Box Office Mojo)
New York Magazine film critic David Edelstein has unveiled his list of the top 10 movies of 2012. At No. 1, Kathryn Bigelow’s “Zero Dark Thirty.” (New York Magazine)