Morning mix: Mother of Tim Robbins dies days after Robbins’s dad

In sad news, the mother of Tim Robbins has died, just 12 days after the actor lost his father, Gil Robbins, to prostate cancer. Mary Robbins died of a heart arrythmia Sunday at the age of 78. Both of the Oscar winner’s parents were musicians. (The Hollywood Reporter)


Paz de la Huerta, officially facing multiple charges in connection with recent scuffle with Samantha Swetra. (Carlo Allegri/AP)

Accidental tweet suggests that Justin Timberlake will host the season finale of “Saturday Night Live.” (Zap 2 It)

Warner Bros. has officially confirmed that Marion Cotillard and Joseph Gordon-Levitt will star in “The Dark Knight Rises.” Cotillard will play Wayne Enterprises board member Miranda Tate, while Gordon-Levitt has been tapped as Gotham City cop John Blake. (New York Times)

Even though some “Terminator” narratives tells us that the impact of Skynet’s self-awareness will be felt today, don’t worry. James Cameron says the real thing to be afraid of is global warming. (BlogPost)

Find out which comic book movies already have sequels in the works and watch the interactive trailer for “Super 8,” after the jump.

Even though no one has seen either movie yet, both “Thor” and “Captain America” merit sequels, according to Marvel. (Vulture)

Ben Affleck won’t appear in “The Great Gatsby” but Isla Fisher might, as Myrtle. (Slashfilm; Reuters)

“Doctor Who” actress Elizabeth Sladen dies of cancer at age 63. (BBC)

Watch the interactive trailer for “Super 8,” an Easter egg found in the video game “Portal 2.”

When she isn’t at a movie theater or writing about movies, Jen Chaney is ... um ... probably at home, watching a movie.
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