- The film world is freaking out over the news that Robert DeNiro and Al Pacino will star together again in an indie film titled Righteous Kill, as reported by Variety.
- According to Zap2It, Eric Roberts (Thompson on "Heroes") and Nestor Carbonell (Richard on "Lost") have been added to the cast of Batman sequel The Dark Knight.
- "House" has nabbed the post-Super Bowl slot, Zap2it reports.
- E! Online talks about Madonna's new song "Hey You," which she recorded in honor of the Live Earth concerts. You can download the song here at MSN.
- Billboard says we can relive the mid-1990s with the Counting Crows-Live-Collective Soul concert tour.
- The TV adaptation of "Mr. & Mrs. Smith," which ABC passed on earlier this week, is looking for a new network, writes the Hollywood Reporter.
- Canadian filmmaker Barry Avrich had a movie theater built specifically for hospitalized children at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, says Variety.
- "National Bingo Night," indeed: More than 3 million play-at-home cards have been printed for tonight's premiere, says the Futon Critic.