Tickets for the Detroit and Chicago performances of Charlie Sheen’s live “My Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat Is Not an Option” tour sold out over the weekend. Also over the weekend, Sheen’s twin sons celebrated their birthday with a party at Kathy Hilton’s house, attended by mom Brooke Mueller and 60 guests, but not Sheen. The party reportedly included a bouncy castle. And bouncy castles always = winning. (Detroit Free Press/Us)

(Mila Kunis: not a relationship-killer. (Getty Images))

Just so we’re all clear, Mila Kunis had nothing to do with Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel breaking up. Kunis is in an upcoming movie with Timberlake, but they are not dating. So seriously you guys, like, stop saying it’s her fault, okay? (People)

Rumor mill: TMZ reports that a sex tape featuring Usher and ex-wife Tameka Foster is being shopped around. While they have not admitted that the sex tape exists, sources close to Usher tell TMZ that the tape could have been one of several items stolen from the hip-hop artist’s car back in 2009. If that’s true, then this is a good reminder of that lesson all of our mothers taught us: Don’t keep sex tapes in your vehicle. (TMZ)

A Clint Eastwood movie is pulled from Japanese theaters — and Jake Gyllenhaal decides he doesn’t want his photo taken while he uses the bathroom — after the jump.

Warner Bros. has pulled the movie “Hereafter” from Japanese theaters because of its disturbing depiction of a tsunami. (The Hollywood Reporter)

Jake Gyllenhaal does not want fans to take his picture while he’s in the restroom. This seems like a reasonable request. (Monsters and Critics)

Jewel is recovering from a car accident in which a fire truck crashed into her Cadillac. The singer, pregnant with her first child, tweeted that she and the baby are doing fine. (New York Daily News)

Things that did happen, and could have happened, on “Freaks and Geeks,” according to the Paley Fest reunion panel. (Vulture)

Jennifer Lawrence is top contender for lead role in “Hunger Games” movie. Also, Josh Hutcherson really, really wants to be in it, too. (Slashfilm/Entertainment Weekly)