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Fast Track: Lars von Trier is sorry about his Nazi comments, but it's too late

May 19, 2011
  • Danish director Lars von Trier has been banned from the Cannes International Film Festival after his remarks about the Nazis and Hitler.
Danish director Lars von Trier has been banned from the Cannes International… (Jean-Paul Pelissier / Reuters )

A roundup of entertainment headlines for Thursday.

Lars von Trier is very, very, very sorry for his Nazi comments at Cannes. (Los Angeles Times)

Too late, Von Trier. Cannes says you're banned. Effective immediately. (The Wrap)

Univision has plans to launch three new channels, including one devoted to those sexy, sexy telenovelas. (Los Angeles Times)

While no one was paying attention, CBS' "The Good Wife" had an old-fashioned steamy lesbian love scene. This isn't your parents' CBS. (Los Angeles Times)

"Celebrity Rehab" alumnus Jeff Conaway is comatose in an Encino hospital after an apparent drug overdose. (Los Angeles Times)

Will Catherine Tate be the new boss on "The Office"? (Hollywood Reporter)

"Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides" is opening strong overseas. (Deadline)

"Real Housewives of New Jersey" star Danielle Staub's stripping career is now over as she seeks psychological help. (People)

"Titanic 3D" will be in theaters April 6, 2012. (Hollywood Reporter)

The CW is going back to some familiar faces with new series for Sarah Michelle Gellar and Rachel Bilson. (Los Angeles Times)

The film adaptation of William Gibson's sci-fi classic "Neuromancer" is headed into pre-production. (Slash Film)

Looking for a fairly clean (albeit spoiler-filled) recap of South Park's "T.M.I." episode from Wednesday night? We finally found one. (Assignment X)

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