Rebekah Brooks, others charged in celeb phone hacking; Joseph Gordon-Levitt expresses sympathy for shooting victims

A morning mix of entertainment headlines...


Rebekah Brooks (Stefan Wermuth/Reuters)

Joseph Gordon-Levitt joined his “Dark Knight Rises” co-stars in their recent expressions of sorrow regarding the shootings at a midnight screening in Aurora, Colo. On Monday, he tweeted the following message. (Us; Twitter)

My most sincere sympathies go out to the families of the victims in Aurora.

— Joseph Gordon-Levitt (@hitRECordJoe) July 23, 2012

Members of the Academy reportedly were not terribly enthusiastic about “Dark Knight Rises” at their own screening over the weekend. Does this mean no Oscar love for Christopher Nolan once again? (Hollywood Reporter)

Final word on the Batman movie, for now: Warner Bros. confirmed Monday that, as previously reported, the film earned $160.8 million. The studio had not released figures on Sunday in a show of respect for the victims of the Aurora shootings, although several media outlets reported Sunday that the movie earned around $160 million. (Comic Riffs)

Cybill Shepherd is engaged. The former “Moonlighting” star plans to wed psychologist Andrei Nikolajevic. The marriage will be her third. (People)

Demi Moore is reportedly “heartbroken” over ex-husband Ashton Kutcher’s alleged romance with his former “That ‘70s Show” co-star Mila Kunis. At least she is if you believe a report in Radar. (Radar Online)

Mariah Carey will replace Jennifer Lopez as an “American Idol” judge. The long-suspected addition of Carey to the Fox singing show was announced Monday at the Television Critics Association summer media tour. So start preparing now for Carey’s critiques, which presumably will be interspersed with comments about dem babies. (TV Column)

A sex tape featuring Minka Kelly , aka Lyla Garrity of “Friday Night Lights,” is reportedly being shopped to interested bidders. TMZ reports that Kelly, now 32, may have been underage when she shot the video in 1998 with a former boyfriend, based on the fact that a Brandy album released 16 days before her 18th birthday is playing in the background. I still am not sure how that proves she was underage. But I am sure of this: Tim Riggins would not stand for this. (NY Daily News; TMZ)

Fred Willard tweeted Monday about his recent lewd conduct arrest and assured his followers that his side of the story is “much more PG.” (Vulture)

A teaser for the upcoming second season of “Homeland” has been released, and it suggests there is still a lot going on inside the brain of Claire Danes’s Carrie Mathison. (Via Entertainment Weekly)

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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