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Entertainment Update: Tuesday April, 15th

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A first look at two of Philip Seymour Hoffman's final films are out. "A Most Wanted Man" is based on the popular spy thriller novel, and Mad Men's John Slattery makes his directorial debut with the upcoming drama, "God's Pocket."

Five years after Michael Jackson's Death, Katherine Jackson is still fighting battles in court. A judge issued a temporary ruling ordering Michael's mom to pay more than $800,000 in legal fees, after losing her wrongful death lawsuit against concert promoter AEG.

Ian Anderson wants out of Jethro Tull. Releasing his second solo album, the frontman told Billboard Magazine that he won't be using the band's name again, effectively ending Tull's music tenure.

And Lady Gaga is in hot water. The pop starlet has been criticized recently for wasting water in drought-stricken California by filling and draining a 300,000 gallon pool at historic Hearst Castle as part of a music video shoot. Mother Monster did, however, film some water conservation PSA's as payback.

And that's your Entertainment Update.

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