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Fast Track: 'Octomom's' doctor loses medical license

June 02, 2011
  • The doctor who helped Nadya Suleman, above, get pregnant is losing his medical license.
The doctor who helped Nadya Suleman, above, get pregnant is losing his medical… (Gabriel Bouys AFP / Getty…)

A roundup of entertainment headlines for Thursday.

The California medical board sends a message: Help a woman become an Octomom, lose your medical license. (Los Angeles Times)

Seeking relief from fame, Kevin Bacon once wore a $500 disguise to the Grove and realized he didn't like being one of you people. (Los Angeles Times)

Original "King Kong" visual effects wizard Harry Redmond has died at the age of 101. (Hollywood Reporter)

"The Hunger Games" book trilogy will become a movie quadrilogy. (Hollywood Reporter)

Martin Scorsese is reportedly considering making a movie about the love affair between Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor. Would it star his favorites Robert De Niro as Burton and Leo DiCaprio as Taylor? (We kid.) (Deadline)

Hot video of the day: "George Lucas Strikes Back." (SlashFilm)

A "Rocky" musical is headed to Broadway. Gonna sing now? (New York Times)

NBC's confusing "The Event" could become a SyFy miniseries. (Entertainment Weekly)

The New York Times' top editor, Bill Keller, is stepping down to be a writer; Jill Abramson will replace him and will be the first female to head the paper. (New York Times)

Jennifer Hudson is joining "The Three Stooges" movie. (New York Magazine)

Jennifer Lopez's 1997 honeymoon tape could soon become the new hot porn tape around town. (TMZ)

Amy Adams is joining Paul Thomas Anderson's next film, which has been referred to as his Scientology project. (Deadline)

-- Patrick Kevin Day

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