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Fast Track: Mel Gibson is in court ... for Hamlet?

March 14, 2011
  • Besides his court appearance in his own legal troubles, Mel Gibson took time to attend "The Trial of Hamlet" earlier this year.
Besides his court appearance in his own legal troubles, Mel Gibson took… (Getty Images )

A roundup of entertainment headlines for Monday

Mel Gibson attends court for Hamlet. (Wall Street Journal)

Moviegoers made "Battle: Los Angeles" the No. 1 movie of the weekend. (Los Angeles Times)

No joke: Jane Lynch, Ellen DeGeneres and other celebrities are starting a campaign to get President Obama to clarify his stance on same-sex marriage. (Los Angeles Times)

Bad news for Charlie Sheen = good news for "The Chicago Code." (Los Angeles Times)

Learn a lesson from Usher: Never leave your sex tape in your car. (TMZ)

Kim Kardashian's on-again, off-again boyfriend Scott Disick says giving up alcohol has made him less of a jerk. (People)

50 Cent is using the Japan disaster to hone his comedy skillz. (Huffington Post)

Warner Bros. has pulled Clint Eastwood's "Hereafter" from Japanese theaters. (Deadline)

After years of steady growth, all three cable news stations lost viewers in 2010. (Hollywood Reporter)

Pregnant Jewel is OK after a car wreck. (Pop Eater)

Is Deep Sea the scariest video game ever? (Joystiq)

An overzealous fan decided to snap Jake Gyllenhaal's pic in the men's room at SXSW. (TMZ)

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