Chris Pine pleaded guilty in a New Zealand court, Monday, to charges of drinking and driving. The "Star Trek" actor was sentenced to a small fine and 6 month driver's license suspension. Pine was pulled over shortly after leaving the wrap party for his upcoming sci-fi flick, "Z for Zachariah", March 1st.
According to the New York police department ...
Officers responded to L'Wren Scott's eleventh avenue apartment shortly after ten o'clock Monday morning where they found her hanging from a scarf.
She was pronounced dead on arrival, and a medical examiner will now determine her official cause of death.
Scott has been romantically linked to the Rolling Stones front-man for more than a decade.
A spokesperson for Mick Jagger says he is completely shocked and devastated by the news.
Demi Lovato is speaking out against Lady Gaga's recent SXSW show in which mother monster hired a performance artist to vomit colored liquid over her while she sang her song, "Swine". Lovato, who spent some time in rehab for bulimia and anorexia, twitter-slammed Gaga for "glamorizing eating disorders."
March Madness is just around the corner, and the "Star Wars" cast wants back in the action. Lucasfilms has revived its bracket challenge, "This is Madness: The Star Wars Character Tournament" for another round. Voting starts Monday for the ultimate Star Wars match-up.
And "Mr. Peabody and Sherman" was top dog at the box-office over the weekend, taking in 21 million dollars. Last week's champ, "300: Rise of an Empire", fell to second place with $19 million, while "Need for Speed" debuted in third with just under $18 million.
And that's your entertainment update!