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Comedian Simon Pegg admitted he asked producers to change the schedule for hitman thriller "Kill Me Three Times," so he didn't have to give up precious family time for the full movie shoot in Australia. (April 27)

Justin Bieber crashed a prom on Saturday and managed to live to tell the tale. The 21-year-old showed up unexpectedly to the Chatsworth High School dance in Los Angeles and was met by a mob of screaming seniors who nearly crushed him! At one point, the Biebs was even knocked to the ground. "THANK YOU @justinbieber FOR THE BEST PROM," wrote one teen, who also posted, "Still can’t believe I danced w/ @justinbieber at prom."

Michelle Yeoh says she is 'safely home' after being in Nepal during earthquake; Winehouse family criticizes 'misleading' movie about singer; 'Furious 7' holds on to box office, taking over one billion dollars. (April 27)

The American Federation of Musicians has taken aim at Warner Bros, MGM and Paramount for recording film scores outside the United States and Canada. In a lawsuit filed in California on Friday, AFM claims the studios haven't lived up to their obligations under a 2010 collective bargaining agreement that stipulates that films produced in North America shall be scored there.

If NBC wants Brian Williams gone, it's going to have to pay. According to a report from Politico's Mike Allen,the peacock network could be forced to give the suspended anchor between $20 million and $30 million as a severance payment.That would mean Williams would get around half of the $50 million contract he signed with NBC in December, around the time of his 10th anniversary with NBC.

A true genius knows physics, pop music and even how to connect the two—just ask Stephen Hawking ! Over the weekend, the 73-year-old astrophysicist appeared via hologram at the Sydney Opera House. When one inquisitive mind asked about "the cosmological effect" of Zayn Malik leaving One Direction, Hawking didn't miss a brilliant beat. "Finally, a question about something important," he said, eliciting loud laughter from the audience.

Amy Winehouse's family have slammed the upcoming documentary Amy, saying they consider the film to be "misleading" and biased against the family. A spokesperson for the Winehouse family said in a statement, "The Winehouse family would like to disassociate themselves from the forthcoming film about their much missed and beloved Amy.""They feel that the film is a missed opportunity to celebrate her life and talent and that it is both misleading and contains some basic untruths," the statement continued. "There are specific allegations made against family and management that are unfounded and unbalanced." In the film, Am's ex-husband, Blake Fielder-Civil blames Winehouse's addictions on her father.

Forget Jay Z, Dr. Dre and Eminem ... the new king of diss rap is now ... Mariah Carey!!!Mimi's new song "Infinity" just dropped and she absolutely tears Nick Cannon apart, with lyrics like:"Talkin' 'bout you're madCould it be that you just lost the best you've ever had" and "Boy you actin' so corny like FritosWouldn’t have none of that without me, though." It wasn't long ago that Nick was leaving the door open for reconciliation ...

Writer Simon Kinberg has revealed a Star Wars Easter egg from the set of X-Men: Apocalypse , which appears to begin filming today. Kinberg tweeted out an image of a theater marquee with Return of the Jedi listed as now playing. It was already kown that Apocalypse would take place in the 1980s. Return of the Jedi opened in theaters on May 25, 1983, so the marquee would suggest that the film takes place specifically sometime later that same year.

So this is what 36 looks like. Kate Hudson celebrated her April 19th birthday over the weekend with two birthday buddies: fashion writerDerek Blasberg , who turned 33 on Apr. 22, and jewelry designer Jennifer Meyer , who turned 38 on Apr. 23.Jessica Alba and Sara Foster were among the famous guests who attended the joint party. The private party took place in Pacific Palisades, Calif. The theme was "hot mess," and Hudson made sure to look the part. In addition to wearing heavy, smeared makeup, the Something Borrowed star wore sunglasses, fishnet tights, biker boots, a bikini top, a fur coat and a trucker hat.

E News says Dave Chappelle had a rough night Thursday while performing at Detroit's Fillmore Theater. The comedian reportedly was booed during his two-hour stand-up set, which was part of his comeback tour.A video has surfaced of the funnyman being heckled by members of the audience, with some screaming profanities and other comments at Chappelle. One visitor shouted, "Let's hear some of the act!"Ticketholders also took to social media to complain about the show, demanding refunds for their tickets on the Fillmore's Facebook page. One Facebook user wrote. "Horrible don't go. Second show last night was ridiculous. Walked out. Did not get what I paid for..... refunds please!"

On the eve of Mariah Carey's launch event for her Vegas residency at Caesars Palace, the five-time Grammy winner released a new song titled "Infinity."The single will be featured as the only new song on her upcoming greatest-hits album.That compilation album, due out May 18, will include 18 of her singles that all have reached No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 since 1990.Carey has the most No. 1 Billboard singles than any solo artist ever. Her first was "Vision of Love" 25 years ago.