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Fast Track: Arnold Schwarzenegger's comeback put on hold

May 20, 2011
  • Arnold Schwarzenegger is putting his acting career on hold.
Arnold Schwarzenegger is putting his acting career on hold. (Jason Merritt / Getty Images )

A roundup of entertainment headlines for Friday.

Bad news for fans of old Terminators: Arnold Schwarzenegger is putting his acting career on hold. (Los Angeles Times)

Disney spent $563 million for social gaming company Playdom. But that investment isn't going to pay off for a long time. (Los Angeles Times)

"American Idol" is down to two, and fan favorite Haley Reinhart isn't one of them. (Los Angeles Times)

Katie Couric signed off for the final time from the CBS Evening News on Thursday night. She's got a deal for an ABC talk show brewing. (Los Angeles Times)

Mayor Bloomberg may close down the New York City fire company seen in "Ghostbusters." (New York Post)

Paramount is so giddy about "Transformers: Dark of the Moon" that the studio is releasing it early. (Hollywood Reporter)

The guy who rewrote the Spider-Man musical is working on a remake of "Carrie." (Slash Film)

Lady Gaga is teaming with Starbucks for a promotion. That's so weird! So avant garde! (Pop Crush)

A parody children's book with an unprintable name is topping's bestseller lists a month before its release. (Los Angeles Times)

Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg are looking to reteam on a football comedy. (Entertainment Weekly)

Katy Perry's tour rider forbids drivers from looking at her in the limo. (The Smoking Gun)

--Patrick Kevin Day

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