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Posted at 01:45 PM ET, 03/31/2011

Prince William skipping the wedding ring; Arnold Schwarzenegger officially becomes the Governator

Prince William won’t wear a wedding ring after he weds Kate Middleton. So basically, he’s doing the opposite of what Adam Sandler’s character did in “Just Go With It.” (Associated Press)

Arnold Schwarzenegger’s next career move? Becoming The Governator for a comic book and animated series created by Stan Lee. (Entertainment Weekly)

Kim Cattrall gets annoyed at a New York Post reporter at the premiere of her new movie, telling her that writing for a gossip column is not a “respectable job.” She later mistakenly refers to the news agency Reuters as “Roybers,” confesses she had been drinking and adds, “"What about writing for a blog? Then you can write about what you want [or] care about." Wait, you can do that if you write a blog? Hold on, no one told me this. (New York Post)

Katie Holmes explains to Ellen DeGeneres why she accidentally let daughter Suri Cruise pick up a box of gummi candies shaped like a certain part of the male anatomy. Holmes: “Those aren’t Swedish fish.” Actually, you know what? I’ll just let her explain further in the video below. (Daily Mail)

Betty White gets a reality show and Charlie Sheen gets sued, after the jump...

Betty White signs on to host “Off Their Rockers,” a new hidden camera show on NBC in which senior citizens play tricks on young people. The term “whipper snapper” will hopefully be used liberally in the 12 half-hour episodes. (Hollywood Reporter)

Charlie Sheen is being sued for $20 million by a television producer who says the actor tried to kill a reality show about the Sheen family. Sheen’s estranged uncle, Joe Estevez, reportedly was working with the producer. (Showbiz Spy)

Will Arnett will play a stay-at-home husband to Christina Applegate in new NBC pilot. (Vulture)

Movieline’s Basketball Movie Tournament is down to its championship game: “White Men Can’t Jump” vs. “Hoosiers.” Where is “Hoop Dreams?” Also, shouldn’t “The Fish That Saved Pittsburgh” have gotten a better seed than 4? (Movieline)

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