Snoop Dogg. (Chris Pizzello/AP)

Snoop Dogg’s new family sitcom is reportedly heading to NBC.

The rapper starred in “Soul Plane” and “Starsky & Hutch.” He’s also appeared on several TV shows. (Deadline)

Charles Napier, who played tough guys and military men in such films as “Blues Brothers” and “Rambo: First Blood II,” has died. He was 75. (THR)

Courtney Love is really angry at her husband, Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain, for committing suicide. So mad that she told Vanity Fair she’d kill him again if given the opportunity: “Mad? Ya think?! If he came back right now I’d have to kill him, for what he did to us. I’d [expletive] kill him. I’d [expletive] him, and then I’d kill him.”

She also said that she doesn’t have a relationship with her daughter, Francis Bean. Expect similarly crazy stuff from Love in her upcoming tell-all memoir. (Vanity Fair)

Oprah is the top female Hollywood earner, according to Forbes. (EW)

Jennifer Aniston was forced for the millionth time to say she’s not desperate to have a baby, this time in an interview with Elle: “If it's meant to be, it’s meant to be. I'm at peace with whatever the plan is. But will you hate me if I say I don't want to talk about my relationship?” (People)

Jon Hamm was on the receiving end of a similar procreation question due to his childlessness. He reports that he and partner Jennifer Westfeldt have no baby plans at the moment. (Hollywood Reporter)

In a separate interview, Hamm revealed that Thomas Jane was a top choice to play Don Draper on “Mad Men.” (EW)

Listen to the newest single from the talented spawn of Will Smith, after the jump.

Willow Smith’s new single, “Fireball” featuring Nicki Minaj, has been released. (Idolator)

James Marsden will join “30 Rock” for six episodes. (Vulture)

Check out photos of Julia Roberts as the Evil Queen in “Snow White.” (People)

Is Blake Lively dating Ryan Reynolds now that’s she’s split with Leonardo DiCaprio? (Page 6)

Diane Keaton will model for your mom’s favorite store, Chico’s. (USA Today)

Watch noted Belieber Evan Rachel Wood perform Justin Bieber’s “Baby” on “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” below.