The Dark Knight Rises no doubt ruled the weekend box office, but by how much? Major studios are keeping official estimates under wraps after the Dark Knight massacre, but Hollywood sources estimate a $160 million debut (audience surveys had indicated up to $200 million). How badly the tragedy affected ticket sales is unclear but Warner Bros. did cancel red carpet premieres in Paris, Mexico City, and Tokyo, but few theater chains canceled Dark Knight screenings this weekend.
Fred Willard will probably avoid jail time for allegedly making love to himself in a XXX Theater. He's accused of lewd conduct, but he won't be officially charged if he enters a diversion program on sex crimes and decision making. It'll cost him 380 bucks. There's no word if he'll take the deal.
It looks like Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis aren't hiding their relationship anymore. They went to a party together on Saturday, and they were kissing in front of everyone. The paparazzi even got a picture. In a recent interview, Mila said she's totally single, and she and Ashton, quote, "just hang out." (--They co-starred on "That '70s Show" together. He's 34, she's 28.) Here's the pic:
Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel Play the Sexiest Game of Beach Paddleball Ever. The clothing: MINIMAL. Justin was shirtless. Jessica was shirted but wore a tiny bikini bottom. Here's the pic:
"The Teen Choice Awards" went down last night and JUSTIN BIEBER, ONE DIRECTION, "The Hunger Games" and "Vampire Diaries" were big winners. But TAYLOR SWIFT and "The Twilight Saga" also added to their collection of surfboard-shaped Teen Choice trophies. You can find a complete list of winners, here . . . and more information on the show at TeenChoiceAwards.com.)
Senators JOHN MCCAIN of Arizona, BARBARA BOXER from California, and OLYMPIA SNOWE of Maine will appear in an episode of Parks and Recreation that was filmed on location in Washington, D.C. They'll appear in cocktail party scene with the show's stars, AMY POEHLER and ADAM SCOTT. It's scheduled to air sometime in September as either the first or second episode of the upcoming season.