William and Kate win injunction from French court;

A morning mix of entertainment headlines...


Aurelien Hamelle , French attorney for William and Kate, in court on Monday. (JACKY NAEGELEN/REUTERS)

Usher and Shakira have been tapped to fill in as coaches during the spring edition of “The Voice,” NBC announced Monday. They will temporarily replace Cee Lo Green and Christina Aguilera, who will take that part of the year off to pursue their own projects but plan to return next fall. (AP)

E! Online says that, contrary to some reports, Amanda Bynes is not going to rehab this week. She is, however, expected to attend a hearing regarding her DUI case in an L.A. courtroom Friday. (E! Online)

John Ingle, longtime star of “General Hospital,” has died at the age of 84. Ingle spent two decades playing Edward Quartermaine, and before that, 30 years teaching drama at Beverly Hills and Hollywood High schools. His famous students included David Schwimmer and Nicolas Cage . (Reuters)

Shaun White, gold medal-winning snowboarder, was arrested Sunday morning and charged with public intoxication and vandalism after allegedly breaking a Nashville hotel telephone and attacking a man who attempted to follow him out of the hotel. (Associated Press)

No one has officially confirmed the news that Adele is singing the theme to the next James Bond movie, “Skyfall.” But it remains a possibility. (BBC Radio 1)

Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson may be reconciling. This rumor has not been substantiated by any news organizations other than The Sun. But a reunion just in time to promote “Twilight” Breaking Dawn Part 2” would work out just perfectly, wouldn’t it? (Huffington Post)

Wait... Prince was on “The View” yesterday? Sporting an afro and wearing yellow pants and pretending to care what Elisabeth Hasselback has to say?!? (The View)

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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