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Fast Track: Anthrax scare for Craig Ferguson

August 24, 2011
  • The "Late Late Show" host, pictured above in May, made jokes about a letter arriving at his studio containing a suspicious white powder.
The "Late Late Show" host, pictured above in May, made jokes… (Cliff Lipson / CBS )

A roundup of entertainment headlines for Wednesday.

Craig Ferguson had an anthrax scare when a letter with white powder was sent to his CBS show. (Los Angeles Times)

Uncle Frank from "Jimmy Kimmel Live" has died. (Los Angeles Times)

It turns out Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith are not separating. As you were. (Los Angeles Times)

A clip from "The Hunger Games" will air during MTV's VMAs. There's one reason to watch. (Los Angeles Times)

Producer David Foster is working to bring a new "Star Trek" series to TV screens. (Slash Film)

Universal has dropped McG's "Ouija" movie. (New York Magazine)

The head of HBO's documentary division wants to make a "Paradise Lost 4." (The Hollywood Reporter)

Bethenny Frankel is making the leap from "Real Housewives" to her own talk show. (HuffPost)

Oprah may not have her talk show anymore, but she's making good use of her Facebook page. (HuffPost)

Lady Gaga recorded a voice on "The Simpsons" this week. (Entertainment Weekly)

Al Sharpton is joining MSNBC. (Los Angeles Times)

--Patrick Kevin Day

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