A morning mix of entertainment headlines...
Actress Molly Sims and husband Scott Stuber reportedly welcomed a baby boy into the world on Tuesday. (People)
Kristen Stewart is now the highest-paid actress in Hollywood. Or at least she was last year, according to Forbes’s list of the top-earning female actors. Betwen her “Twilight” cash and her “Snow White and the Huntsman” salary, Stewart pocketed $34.5 million between May 2011 and May 2012. Oh, and FYI: She is 22-years-old. Feel free to walk away from your cubicle at this point, find the nearest wall and start thrusting your head into it. (Forbes)
Two untions — SAG-AFTRA and IATSE — are reportedly investigating conditions on the set of “Liz & Dick,” the Lifetime Liz Taylor movie that drove Lindsay Lohan to a state of dehydration and exhaustion. Apparently all those long hours, which are allegedly affecting cast and crew, may not be in line with union regulations. (The Hollywood Reporter)
Jon Bernthal , the actor who went all zombie on us last season as Shane on “Walking Dead,” is a busy man. In addition to starring in Frank Darabont’s new series, “L.A. Noir,” he also has been cast as a drug dealer in the Martin Scorsese movie “The Wolf of Wall Street” and will return to his stage roots next year in a New York production of “Small Engine Repair.” (New York Times)
Emilie de Ravin, one-time creator of extremely frightening squirrel babies on “Lost,” will join “Once Upon a Time” this season as a series regular. She’ll play Belle, the same character she portrayed in a handful of episodes during season one. (Vulture)
The search is on for a new Benji to star in a new movie based on the cuddly, beloved dog who became a cultural phenomenon in the ‘70s. Surely a search for another Boomer to helm a reboot of “Here’s Boomer” can’t be far behind? (AP via WVZN)