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Fast Track: The Rock learned about Osama Bin Laden's death before everyone

May 03, 2011
  • Somehow, the "Fast Five" star was tweeting about Bin Laden's death before the news networks went out with the info. The Rock just knows these things.
Somehow, the "Fast Five" star was tweeting about Bin Laden's… (Reuters )

A roundup of entertainment headlines for Tuesday.

The Rock somehow found out about Osama Bin Laden's death before everyone else. (Bleacher Report)

"Book of Mormon" leads the Tony nominations. Matt Stone and Trey Parker don't have much time to celebrate, the new season of "South Park" has just begun. (Los Angeles Times)

David Boreanaz decided to go rogue and announce the new season of "Bones" himself. (Los Angeles Times)

Bravo is the best network for product placement. Are selfish, vain, unstable housewives considered a commodity? (Los Angeles Times)

Sad end: A former Playboy playmate ended up mummified in her Benedict Canyon home when no one checked on her for a year. (Los Angeles Times)

Former heartthrob Rick Springfield got picked up for a suspected DUI in Malibu, getting his mugshot next to Nick Nolte and Mel Gibson in the Malibu Hall of Shame. (Los Angeles Times)

Larry David's new role in "The Three Stooges"? A Catholic nun. (Deadline)

Actor Jim Caviezel says Hollywood rejected him after he starred in "The Passion of the Christ." (Orlando Sentinel)

The relationship between Kirstie Alley and her "Dancing With the Stars" partner is definitely not a love story. (Huffington Post)

What do Justin Bieber, Conan O'Brien and "Angry Birds" have in common? They all won Webby Awards. (Hollywood Reporter)

Ryan Seacrest is planning a music-themed reality show for NBC, but it's not an "American Idol" rival. (Entertainment Weekly)

Hollywood makes no sense. We get an "Arthur" remake, but no "Anchorman 2?" Will Ferrell and Adam McKay haven't lost all hope, however. (Entertainment Weekly)

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