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)