A mix of entertainment headlines on our radar this morning . . .
Happy birthday to Megan Fox, who turns 25 today. In her honor, please enjoy this picture of her with a hot car.
“Sister, Sister” star Tamera Mowry married Fox News correspondent Adam Housley Sunday in Napa Valley, Calif. (People)
NBC execs confirm that Donald Trump will be replaced on “The Apprentice” if he decides to run for president. Because — and here’s a sentence I never thought I’d write — you really can’t pursue the Oval Office and host a reality show at the same time. (TVLine)
Angelina Jolie’s directorial debut has been given a title. The Bosnian war drama will be called “In the Land of Blood and Honey” and will be released by FilmDistrict in December. (Entertainment Weekly)
Sorry, William Shatner: CBS has canceled “S#*! My Dad Says,” as well as “The Defenders” and “Mad Love.” (The Hollywood Reporter)
Sean Penn allegedly is on the outs with a Hollywood friend, and Jennifer Love Hewitt could be solving crimes soon. Read all about it after the jump.
Rumor mill: Has Sean Penn really shut out Naomi Watts, his friend and “ Fair Game” co-star, because she warned him about getting serious with Scarlett Johansson so quickly? A British tabloid seems to think so. (Now Magazine)
When you think crime procedural, who’s the first person you think of? Jennifer Love Hewitt, right? Apparently the minds behind “Law & Order: SVU” do, too. (The Wrap)
In the battle of Snow White vs. Snow White, Universal gains a couple of points by moving its “Snow White and the Huntsman” to a June 1, 2012, opening date. Relativity Media’s “The Brothers Grimm: Snow White” is still slated for release June 29, 2012. (Deadline)
Read all about the plot of “Monster University,” the 2013 prequel to “Monsters, Inc.,” then start imagining the concept for the Disney World ride it will inevitably inspire. (Vulture)