Amy Adams bumped from "Today" for not talking about Sony hack
Actress Amy Adams was scheduled to appear on the "Today" show this week, but her segment was pulled after the "Big Eyes" star reportedly refused to answer questions about the Sony hacks. US Weekly reports that a rep for "Today" said that the show "doesn't allow guests to put restrictions on interviews." "In this case, after hours of discussion we felt uncomfortable with the demands being made, and we determined the best course of action for all parties involved was to cancel the interview." According to reports, some of the information leaked in the Sony hacks involved Adams' salary for "American Hustle." Emails from Sony executives revealed that Adams and Jennifer Lawrence were paid much less for that film than the other stars, Christian Bale, Bradley Cooper and Jeremy Renner.
Pee Wee Herman film headed to Netflix
After years of rumors, it seems that Paul Reubens' Pee-wee Herman character may finally be returning in a full-length feature. The Wrap reports that Judd Apatow is producing the film and it will be distributed through Netflix. Production could start as soon as February.
"Gone Girl" actress cast in "Walking Dead" spinoff
Deadline reports that "Gone Girl" actress Kim Dickens has been cast as the female lead in the still-unnamed "Walking Dead" spinoff series on AMC. The series will take place during the same zombie apocalypse as "The Walking Dead," but in a different location. Earlier this month, Cliff Curtis was announced as the male lead.
■Actress Cameron Diaz and musician Benji Madden of the band Good Charlotte are engaged, according to People magazine.
■'NSYNC singer Lance Bass married Michael Turchin over the weekend. USA Today reports that reality star Lisa Vanderpump and Cheryl Burke of "Dancing With the Stars" were among the notables in attendance. Several reports made a big deal over 'NSYNC bandmate Justin Timberlake not attending.
■Comedian Margaret Cho and her husband Al Ridenour have split after more than 11 years of marriage.
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