A morning mix of entertainment headlines . . .

David Petraeus, coincidental video game star. (Chip Somodevilla/GETTY IMAGES)

Hey, since this whole “Twilight” thing is almost over, this is probably a good time to unveil the trailer for “The Host,” the next film based on a Stephenie Meyer novel. (Via MTV)

Selena Gomez was among the honorees at last night’s Glamour Women of the Year Awards. And even though she just broke up with the most desirable famous tweenthrob with a heavily followed Twitter account, she looked great. Other honorees included Lena Dunham, Annie Leibovitz and the U.S. gymnastics team. (People)

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J.J. Abrams says he does not want to direct the new “Star Wars” movie. Steven Spielberg said the same thing. So does this mean the next Jedi tale is Brad Bird’s for the taking? (Entertainment Weekly)

In other preposterous “Star Wars” rumors, a sketchy report in the U.K. Express suggests that Darth Vader could be in the next movie, even though — spoiler alert from 1983 — he died in “Return of the Jedi.” (Punch Drunk Critics)

Barbra Walters is still kind of irritated about Lindsay Lohan bailing on their interview and then deciding to chat up Jay Leno on “The Tonight Show” instead. (TV Column)

FYI: Bella Swan, Katniss Everdeen and Hermione Granger hung out recently. (MTV)

Phew, y’all. “Nashville”got a full season pick-up from ABC. (Huffington Post)

Watch Bradley Cooper explain to David Letterman how his Uncle Ernie taught Robert De Niro how to speak with a Philadelphia accent. (Note: includes Cooper doing a De Niro impression, as well as an Uncle Ernie impression.)