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Fast Track: 'Tree of Life' finally is unveiled

May 16, 2011
  • Brad Pitt answers media questions about "The Tree of Life" at the Cannes Film Festival.
Brad Pitt answers media questions about "The Tree of Life" at… (Anne-Christine Poujoulat…)

A roundup of entertainment headlines for Monday:

Terrence Malick's "The Tree of Life" has finally been seen at Cannes, and by most accounts it's a real head-scratcher. (Los Angeles Times)

Malick didn't even show up to discuss the movie at Cannes, and Brad Pitt doesn't understand why anyone should have to talk about their films. (Los Angeles Times)

"Boston" Rob Mariano is the new "Survivor" winner. (Huffington Post)

"Bridesmaids" did better than expected at the box office, but mighty "Thor" is still on top. (Los Angeles Times)

Fox has unveiled its fall lineup, which will include Steven Spielberg's big science-fiction series "Terra Nova" and J.J. Abrams' "Alcatraz," featuring the TV return of Hurley!!! (Los Angeles Times)

After more than 20 years on the air, Bart Simpson is finally apologizing for a mistake -- the misspelling of guest voice Kristen Schaal's name in a previous set of credits. (New York Times)

"America's Most Wanted," another Fox show in its third decade, is being put out to pasture after being credited in helping capture more than 1,000 criminals. A series of specials will air instead. (Entertainment Weekly)

2012 will be the year of the dueling Snow White movies. (Hollywood Reporter)

Jennifer Lopez lost all sound in the middle of her Wango Tango performance over the weekend. Some poor tech guy no doubt went on to have a very, very bad night. (Idolator)

The poster for the new Muppets movie gives the Muppets feet, making them look a little creepy. (Movieline)

The CW's new reality series "H8R" pairs celebrities with people who hate them. This can only end in tragedy. (Deadline)

M-Bone of the rap group Cali Swag District has been killed in a drive-by shooting, according to police. (TMZ)

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