A morning mix of entertainment headlines...
Peter Facinelli has officially filed for divorce from wife Jennie Garth. The papers, filed Wednesday in L.A. Superior Court, cite irreconcilable differences as the reason for the end of the actors’ 11-year marriage. Joint custody of their three daughters is being sought. (People)
Spike Lee has apologized for retweeting the purported address of George Zimmerman, the neighborhood watch volunteer who shot Trayvon Martin in Florida and sparked national outrage. The address Lee shared last Friday actually belonged to David and Elaine McClain, a Sanford, Fla., couple who fled their home out of fear that people would seek retaliation against them. (The McClains have an adult son named William George Zimmerman who no longer lives at their residence.) “I Deeply Apologize To The McClain Family For Retweeting Their Address,” Lee tweeted Wednesday night. “It Was A Mistake. Please Leave The McClain’s [sic] In Peace. Justice In Court.” The McClains have retained an attorney, according to the Orlando Sentinel. (Yahoo’s Cutline)
Hours after his attorney denied that he was driving drunk over the weekend, Bobby Brown was charged with three misdemeanors, including two DUI counts and a charge of driving with a suspended license. The ex-husband of Whitney Houston faces up to six months in jail on the DUI charged; he is scheduled to appear in court April 16. (Associated Press)
Ashton Kutcher and Jon Cryer have been offered two-year contracts to continue starring on “Two and a Half Men.” The Hollywood Reporter says neither are getting raises, though, which means there is still some negotiating to do. (THR)
Five-year-old Suri Cruise was spotted wearing red lipstick while out in New York with mom Katie Holmes. Honestly, that detail in this Us Weekly photograph is of far less interest than how much this kid is starting to look like her dad, Tom Cruise. Seriously, did they put his head on her little girl body? (Us)
Emma Stone is reportedly talking to director Rob Marshall (“Chicago”) about joining the cast of his adaptation of “Into the Woods.” (New York Post)
In other casting news that involves stars of “Crazy Stupid Love,” Julianne Moore may join the cast of Joseph Gordon Levitt’s directorial debut, a romance that will star Levitt and Scarlett Johansson. (Vulture)