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Charlie Sheen reportedly seeking custody today; Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart supposedly confirm relationship

Charlie Sheen: on tour and also represented in court. (Brian Kersey/AP)

Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson engage in PDA at “Water for Elephants” premiere after-party. This means they’re dating for real. Because there are pictures and everything. (E! Online)

Johnny Knoxville and wife Naomi Nelson are expecting a baby. This will be Knoxville’s third child. He and Nelson have a 16-month-old boy named Rocko and the “Jackass” star has a 15-year-old daughter, Madison, from his first marriage. Amazingly, none of his children has ever been seriously injured. (Us)

Find out who may join “The Hunger Games” cast, which nerd phenomenon has inspired its own casket and who is threatening to shave Conan O’Brien’s beard, after the jump.

Elizabeth Banks may join cast of “Hunger Games.” (Huffington Post)

Matt Reeves of “Let Me In” has signed on to direct another high-profile, vampire-related project: the adaptation of Justi Cronin’s “The Passage.” (The Hollywood Reporter)

Can a person get to Nerd Heaven after being buried in a “Doctor Who” casket? I don’t know for sure, but I’m betting yes. (Geekologie)

Would Jennifer Egan’s now Pulitzer Prize-winning “A Visit From the Goon Squad” make a good movie? According to Movieline, only if she totally changes it to appease Hollywood. (Movieline)

After having his face shaved on last week’s episode of “The Office,” Will Ferrell is now threatening to shave Conan O’Brien’s beard during his appearance on “Conan” next month. (Zap 2 It)

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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