Trouble in "Duck Dynasty" land - after star Phil Robertson made disparaging remarks about homosexuality in an interview with GQ Magazine. A&E has suspended him from filming the hit show indefinitely.
The world will get to see a whole new side of Justin Bieber in his new documentary, "Believe." at the film's red carpet premiere Wednesday night in Los Angeles, Bieber's mom told us why the media may have her controversial son all wrong:
"I think the world likes a disaster story, they like to build people up to tear them down, I think if you look hard enough you can rip apart anybody's life. I don't necessarily agree with everything my son does, but I know who he is, I know how I raised him," says Pattie Mallette.
"Dawn of the Planet of the Apes" will be swinging into a theater near you soon. The trailer for the upcoming action movie hit the web this week.
A few sports-world headlines - Dennis Rodman is back in North Korea, ignoring political tensions surrounding the recent execution of leader, Kim Jong Un's uncle. This is the former NBA star's third trip. And Rodman says his visits are all about basketball and has nothing to do with politics.
And Los Angeles Lakers' star, Kobe Bryant, has a broken bone in his left knee and is expected to miss six weeks, the team announcing this afternoon. Bryant has played six games this season since returning from a torn left Achilles tendon. The team announcing the fracture via Twitter.
And that's your Entertainment Update!