News flash: There was a major wedding very early this morning. Read full coverage of the Prince William and Kate Middleton nuptials at Royal Wedding Watch. And here in Celebritology, take a closer look at wedding guest Victoria Beckham’s hat, check out a bit of celebrity reaction to the big wedding and watch video of the newlyweds — who are both royalty as well as celebrities — exchanging their vows.
Tori Spelling will join E!’s royal wedding edition of “Fashion Police,” which airs tonight on the network. Donna Martin pontificates . . . on the royals? (Monsters and Critics)
On the other end of the spectrum, Morrissey wants no part of this royal wedding business. “I’m not an anarchist, but I believe that people don’t want the royal family — the so-called royal family. They’re not royal to me, but they’re royal to the media for some reason.” (Vulture)
In non-royal-wedding news . . . Deanna Brown Thomas, daughter of James Brown, is going to court today to sue her late father’s tailor over one of his signature capes. (ABC News)
Katy Perry is suing Australia’s ACP Magazines after one of its gossip publications reported that she allegedly cheated on husband Russell Brand. (New York Daily News)
Charlie Sheen is adamant that “Two and a Half Men” can’t survive without him in light of news that co-create Chuck Lorre is officially attempting to reboot the show sans Sheen. “No one cares about your feeble show without me,” he writes in a letter to Lorre that, of course, he gave to TMZ (TMZ)
An Oscar nominee wants to be Steve McQueen, the new “Transformers” trailer debuts and more, after the jump.
Jeremy Renner has formed his own production company. First order of business: He wants to star in a biopic about Steve McQueen. (The Hollywood Reporter’s Risky Business)
Elizabeth Banks is officially cast as Effie in “The Hunger Games.” (Entertainment Weekly)
Jessica Simpson says she plans to outdo Kate Middleton with her wedding dress. (Starpulse)
The “Transformers: Dark of the Moon” trailer debuted online last night, complete with explosions in front of the U.S. Capitol and a transformer who’s really ticked at Frances McDormand.