Ryan Reynolds as a superhero in “Green Lantern” and opening up in Details magazine. (Warner Bros.)

A few celebrity and entertainment headlines on my radar Friday morning...

Ryan Reynolds opens up (a little) in Details magazine about his recent divorce from Scarlett Johansson: “‘What was happening privately was the exact opposite of what was being reported,” he says. “There was no story and no scandal, so the narrative was just created for me. That was the most disturbing part. I wasn’t angry. I absolutely predicted every beat of it. There’s an entire economy around this sort of thing—therefore it’s gotta happen one way or another. There was a time, though, when looking at the Internet was a miracle cure for feeling good about myself.’” (Details)

Amy Winehouse checked into a rehab clinic earlier this week in her battle with alcohol addiction. A friend tells People that the “Back to Black” singer drank a miniature bottle of vodka while en route to the clinic. (People)

Selena Gomez, based on this photo you might be taking this kissing-Justin-Bieber-in-public thing a little too far. Guess the rewards are worth the inevitable Twitter hate. (Us)

Courtney Love has been sued by her former attorneys for making allegedly libelous statements about them on Twitter. (The Hollywood Reporter)

Singer Faith Evans has filed for divorce from husband Todd Rusawa. In a joint statement, the two said they agreed amicably to end their 13-year marriage. (Popeater)

Kirstie Alley continues to rock her post-“Dancing With the Stars” bod, and two “Wire” stars get Shakespearean, after the jump.

Dang, Kirstie Alley slimmed down on “Dancing With the Stars.” I mean, we all knew that, but this red dress drives the point home pretty strongly. (Daily Mail)

Wes Craven says “Scream 5” is not in his immediate future because he’s taking the summer off. That, and the fact that “Scream 4” wasn’t exactly a mega-hit. Well, Craven didn’t say that. But you know he must be thinking it. (Entertainment Weekly)

Clarke Peters. and Dominic West — who played Freamon and McNulty on “The Wire” — have been cast as Othello and Iago in a British production of the Shakespeare tragedy. So, who wants to take a trip to England? (Vulture)

Zach Braff joins cast of “Oz: The Great & Powerful.” He’ll play the assistant to Oz, aka James Franco. (Deadline)