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Posted at 11:00 AM ET, 05/06/2011

Zsa Zsa Gabor back in the hospital; Tom Cruise receives humanitarian award

Zsa Zsa Gabor has been hospitalized and is currently being treated for pneumonia. The 94-year-old is at the UCLA Medical Center, where she was taken Wednesday. Doctors are reportedly trying to remove fluid from her lungs. The actress has struggled with repeated medical issues since breaking her hip last summer. (CBS News)

Tom Cruise was honored Thursday night with the
Tom Cruise, Katie Holmes, Connor Cruise and Paramount Pictures CEO Brad Grey, at the Simon Wiesenthal Center where Cruise received his award. (Kevin Winter - GETTY IMAGES)
Simon Wiesenthal Center’s humanitarian award. Cruise has reportedly donated funds to the Jewish rights organization’s Museum of Tolerance for many years. On hand to show their support for the actor: wife Katie Holmes, J.J. Abrams, Jeremy Renner and “Jerry Maguire” co-star Cuba Gooding, Jr. (Popsugar)

Nicolas Cage will not be charged with a crime in connection with that episode in New Orleans, during which he was allegedly disturbing the peace and attacking his wife. (TMZ)

Lady Gaga will mentor the final four contestants on “American Idol.” (The Hollywood Reporter)

Bryan Adams is now a father. He and Alicia Grimaldi, co-founder of The Bryan Adams Foundation, welcomed a baby girl on April 22. Name: Mirabella Bunny. (People)

Casting news involving Vince Vaughn and another addition to “The Hunger Games,” after the jump.

Nathan Lane and newcomer Robert Emms join the cast of Relativity Media’s “Snow White” movie. (Movieline)

Vince Vaughn has joined the cast of “Lay the Favorite, Take the Dog.” The gambling pic also will star Bruce Willis, Catherine Zeta-Jones and Rebecca Hall. (Vulture)

A comeback for the now-sober Wes Bentley? He’s been cast as Seneca Crane in “The Hunger Games.”(L.A. Times)

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