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Fast Track: Tori Spelling takes down a wall to escape paparazzi

June 14, 2011
  • The former "90210" star claims she was trying to escape paparazzi when she crashed into a wall outside her children's school.
The former "90210" star claims she was trying to escape paparazzi… (Astrid Stawiarz / Getty…)

A roundup of entertainment headlines for Tuesday.

Tori Spelling drove through a wall at her children's school to escape the paparazzi. (Los Angeles Times)

Debbie Reynolds has more bits of movie history than a Planet Hollywood, but no one wants to build her a museum (or a Planet Hollywood). So her memorabilia is going on the auction block. (Los Angeles Times)

Bono says the troubled "Spider-Man" musical, set to open Tuesday night, still isn't finished. So why is he spending time giving interviews? Finish the thing! (Wall Street Journal)

Next year, AMC viewers will get more "Killing." (Los Angeles Times)

"Cowboys & Aliens" will have its world premiere at Comic-Con in San Diego. Go Team Cowboy! (Los Angeles Times)

Selena Gomez says she was hospitalized last week because of malnourishment. (People)

NBC's Peacock Productions is making a documentary about the woman whose face was ripped off by a chimp. (Hollywood Reporter)

Charlie Sheen wants to come back to TV with a new sitcom. Will anyone indulge him? (Deadline)

A new "Fraggle Rock" movie is in the works, with music from the guys behind Scissor Sisters. (SlashFilm)

Sony is declaring June 25 to be Global Smurfs Day. (Don't tell them the Smurfs are allegedly anti-Semitic warriors of hate). (New York Times, Telegraph)

May's video game sales hit a four-year low. (Los Angeles Times)

--Patrick Kevin Day

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