What was Charlie Sheen up to this weekend? So glad you asked. When he wasn't being parodied on " Saturday Night Live" (see above), he was broadcasting the first online episodes of " Sheen's Korner." (Language, not surprisingly, may be NSFW at some points.) In other news, Mark Cuban is reportedly in discussions with Sheen about doing a reality show on Cuban's cable network, HDNet. TMZ reports that some California marijuana dispensaries are now selling a strain of pot called "Charlie Sheen." And a trio of Salem witches, not pleased by Sheen's use of the term "warlock," have cast a healing spell in his honor. So all in all, a typical Charlie Sheen weekend.
Surveillance video of Lindsay Lohan trying on jewelry at a Venice, Calif., store will stream online via the Web site necklacevideo.com and will reportedly be shown Monday on "Entertainment Tonight." Created by the Spencer Company, a software firm, the necklacevideo site suggests that the footage provides visual evidence that Lohan stole a $2,500 necklace from Kamofie and Co., an allegation for which she currently faces charges of felony grand theft. Meanwhile, Radar Online and other outlets are reporting that the jewelry store allegedly sold the rights to the video in order to make a profit. And the stills already posted on the Entertainment Tonight Web site don't reveal much beyond the fact that Lohan likes to try on jewelry. (People)
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Phil Collins says he's retiring from music because of various medical ailments. (Time)
Halle Berry and Tyler Perry among big winners at NAACP Image Awards. (The Wrap)
Julianne Hough has been cast in movie version of "Rock of Ages" and will star opposite Tom Cruise. (Vulture)
A sneak peek at what's to come on Season Two of "Walking Dead." (The Hollywood Reporter)