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Posted at 12:27 PM ET, 05/04/2011

Read this: Mark Boal’s hunt for bin Laden; Jo Nesbo the next Stieg Larsson?; Regine, inventor of disco; Michelle Obama dances

Jo Nesbo at his house in Oslo, Norway. (Jan Erik Svendsen)
For almost a decade, Mark Boal has been working on a screenplay about the hunt for bin Laden — and, well, now he’s got his ending. Our colleague Ann Hornaday has an exclusive interview with “The Hurt Locker”’s Oscar-winning screenwriter (also: boyfriend of director Kathryn Bigelow) on art imitating death. In other news: Native Americans are offended that the get-Osama mission was code-named “Geronimo.”

Is Jo Nesbo the next Stieg Larsson? They both write Scandinavian mystery-noir and have already hit it big in their home country. Difference is that Nesbo is Norwegian instead of Scandinavian — and, well, he’s still alive.

Meet Regine — the inventor of disco! The 81-year-old diva is now starring in “Follies.”

And another lady who likes to dance: Michelle Obama, who joined D.C. middle schoolers in what we guess is becoming the Hokey-Pokey of Generation Z, Beyonce’s “Move Your Body” dance.

Video: Michelle Obama dances

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