- Papers filed in J.K. Rowling's lawsuit indicate she is not happy about one Harry Potter fan's plan to publish an unauthorized reference work, the Associated Press reports. Rowling has previously praised the fan site, Harry Potter Lexicon, on which the book is based.
- Saturday Night Live creator Lorne Michaels has talked about casting a nonblack actor to play Obama on the show with the Washington Post.
- OneRepublic and Fabolous are teaming up to tour college campuses this spring, Billboard reports.
- Zap2it has news that the next installment of Indiana Jones might make its debut in France at the Cannes Film Festival.
- NBC is releasing a Heroes soundtrack on March 18 featuring several exclusive new singles; details about which artists are included are at The Futon Critic.
- The New York Times reports that Time Warner has decided New Line Cinema will become a unit of Warner Brothers and will no longer operate independently. This will not affect the release of New Line's Sex and the City this Spring nor beginning work on The Hobbit.
- The Spiderwick Chronicles star Freddie Highmore has been signed for the title role in the upcoming CG-animated motion picture AstroBoy, ComingSoon reports.
- The director and star of Forgetting Sarah Marshall will team up with producer Judd Apatow for an upcoming comedy called Five-Year Engagement, Variety reports. Director Nick Stoller says of the movie, "It's definitely an extension of our desire to explore the depth of human misery." Hilarious!