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Fast Track: Zachary Quinto comes out as 'a gay man'

October 17, 2011
  • Zachary Quinto, photographed in Los Angeles on Oct. 5.
Zachary Quinto, photographed in Los Angeles on Oct. 5. (Danny Moloshok / Reuters )

A roundup of entertainment headlines for Monday:

"Star Trek" and "Heroes" star Zachary Quinto comes out as a gay man. (Los Angeles Times)

Racing wife Ashley Judd mourns the death of Indy 500 champion Dan Wheldon. (USA Today)

"Real Steel" still packs a punch. The robot boxing movie beat out "Footloose" and "The Thing" at the box office. (Los Angeles Times)

"Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows -- Part 2," "The Dark Knight Rises," Darth Vader and "Doctor Who" all take Scream Awards. (Los Angeles Times)

"The Walking Dead", back for Season 2, finds Rick Grimes leading the group out of Atlanta. (Los Angeles Times)

Can't wait for more? Here's a peek at scenes from the first few episodes of the new season of "The Walking Dead." (Los Angeles Times)

Robert Downey Jr., receiving the 2011 American Cinematheque Award, calls on Hollywood to forgive Mel Gibson. (Los Angeles Times)

Lada Gaga puts on her best Marilyn Monroe, serenading former President Bill Clinton on his birthday. (MTV)

George Clooney steps out with his new lady, Stacy Keibler. (Us Weekly)

"Twilight" star Nikki Reed and former "American Idol" contestant Paul McDonald have tied the knot. (MTV)

"Charmed" and "90210" actress Shannen Doherty weds photographer Kurt Iswarienko. (People)

For those who couldn't attend, here's photos of KISS frontman Gene Simmons' nuptials to Shannon Tweed. (E!)

"Sesame Street's" YouTube channel is hacked and filled with porn. (NY Daily News)

Famed Hollywood talent agent Sue Mengers, whose clients included Barbra Streisand, Faye Dunaway and Candice Bergen, has died. (Los Angeles Times)

"Dallas" star Larry Hagman is battling cancer. (USA Today)

McDonalds is launching its own in-store channel. (Los Angeles Times)

-- Noelene Clark

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