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Fast Track: Soulja Boy arrested on drug, weapons charges

October 19, 2011
  • Rapper Soulja Boy arrives at the 2007 American Music Awards in Los Angeles.
Rapper Soulja Boy arrives at the 2007 American Music Awards in Los Angeles. (Andrew Gombert / EPA )

A roundup of entertainment headlines for Wednesday:

Soulja Boy is arrested on drug and weapons charges in Georgia. (Los Angeles Times)

Lindsay Lohan is headed back to court amid reports that the actress is not showing up for her mandatory community service. (Los Angeles Times)

Shia LaBeouf gets in another fistfight, this time in a Vancouver bar. (Los Angeles Times)

Morrissey is trying to sue NME for printing an interview he says made him seem racist. (The Guardian)

An anonymous actress is suing IMDB for revealing her age. (Associated Press)

And the next contestant booted from "Dancing With the Stars" is ... (Los Angeles Times)

Legendary radio writer, director and producer Norman Corwin has died at 101. (Los Angeles Times)

"Twilight" actress Ashley Greene talks about her nude photo scandal and says she has no bad blood with Demi Lovato over Joe Jonas, their shared ex-boyfriend. "Jen Aniston still gets asked about Angelina Jolie," she says. (Allure)

"Law & Order: SVU" actress Mariska Hargitay adopts child No. 3. Bouncing baby Andrew joins sister Amaya and big brother August. (People)

"The Help" actress Viola Davis and husband Julius Tennon have adopted a baby girl, Genesis. (Los Angeles Times)

Elvis Costello and a bespectacled Elmo team up for a "Sesame Street" duet. (Los Angeles Times)

Channing Tatum and Steve Carell will costar in director Bennett Miller's upcoming "Foxcatcher." (Los Angeles Times)

Anne Hathaway will star in a big-screen adaptation of "Les Miserables," opposite Hugh Jackman and Russell Crowe. (Variety)

The founders of Skype are starting a service to challenge Netflix. (Gigaom)

Here's a review of Rocksmith, billed as the first video game that lets you plug in a real guitar. (Joystiq)

-- Noelene Clark

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