IS THERE A 'MEAN GIRLS' REUNION IN THE WORKS?: Lindsay Lohan made an appearance on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon last week where she spilled the beans that there is a possible Mean Girls reunion in the works to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the film's release. TMZ is reporting that Tina Fey is apparently spearheading the idea. She has already reportedly recruited original cast members Amy Poehler, Jonathan Bennett, Rajiv Surendra, and Daniel Franzese. It is unclear how or when the reunion will go down.
SHAILENE WOODLEY REVEALS WHY SHE TURNED DOWN 'FIFTY SHADES OF GREY': Divergent star Shailene Woodley revealed in a recent interview with The Daily Beast that she turned down an offer to audition for the lead female role in Fifty Shades of Grey. She explained to the website, "I didn't want to audition for it. It's because I had already done Divergent and I knew there was no way I wanted to do multiple franchises at the same time, because that's crazy, so I didn't see the point in it." She recently revealed that Jennifer Lawrence had to convince her to even sign on for Divergent in an email which read, 'Small things will change, but if you stay who you are, nothing will change. The big picture won't change. It's only going to make your life greater and you’ll be so grateful for it. Don’t be stupid, don't make a sex tape, don't do drugs, don't go to Whole Foods the day the movie opens, and you'll be fine!"
CHARLIE SHEEN IS PISSING OFF 'ANGER MANAGEMENT' CAST AND CREW: Sources tell The Hollywood Reporter that Charlie Sheen has been causing some drama on the set of Anger Management by missing work and delaying production. The show has reportedly hired stand-ins to film certain scenes in his absence. Selma Blair, Sheen's original co-star on the comedy, was let go last year for complaining to producers about his lateness.
KATIE HOLMES JOINS ABC DRAMA: Katie Holmes is returning to her roots. The actress is set to star in an untitled ABC drama pilot set in the world of high-society New Yorkers. She will be playing Ann who is described as "a smart and genuine philanthropist, who falls apart when her husband Philip makes a secretive bet that ruins their marriage." It is being written by Richard LaGravenese who penned Behind the Candelabra. If the show makes it to series, it marks Katie's first regular TV role since Dawson's Creek.
RUSSELL BRAND CANCELS TOUR DATES: Comedian Russell Brand canceled two UK dates of his Messiah Complex tour last week to spend time with his mother after revealing that she has been diagnosed with breast cancer. He tweeted after the shows were called off, "Sorry to eff you around with gigs. My mom ain't well. Tix will be honored or refunded." Brand's mother previously fought and beat uterine cancer when he was eight years old. The shows were rescheduled for next month.