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									Entertainment Week
Compiled by the Buzz

Chart Toppers

Hot 20 Songs
1. Who Says - Selena Gomez & the Scene
2. Party Rock Anthem - LMFAO ft. Lauren Bennett, GoonRock
3. Can't Breathe - Fefe Dobson
4. Beautiful People - Chris Brown ft. Benny Benassi
5. Judas - Lady Gaga
6. Jumpstart - These Kids Wear Crowns
7. The Lazy Song- Bruno Mars
8. Run This World (Girls) - Beyonce
9. Give Me Everything - Pitbull ft. Ne Yo, Afrojack & Nayer
10. Just Can't Get Enough - The Black Eyed Peas
11. Can’t Keep My Hands Off You - Simple Plan ft. Rivers Cuomo
12. I'm Into You - Jennifer Lopez ft. Lil Wayne
13. Smile - Avril Lavigne (New)
14. Everything - Neverest
15. She's Dope - Down With Webster (New)
16. Top Of The World - The Cataracs ft. Dev (New)
17. California King Bed - Rihanna (New)
18. Take Me Away - Danny Fernandes
19. That Ain't Classy - Classified
20. Atlantic - The Midway State (New)

Box Office
1. Green Lantern
2. Super 8
3. Mr. Popper's Penguins
4. X-Men: First Class
5. The Hangover Part 2
6. Kung Fu Panda 2
7. Bridesmaids
8. Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides
• Bad Teacher (New)
• Cars 2 (New)

1. Battle: Los Angeles
2. Just Go With It
3. True Grit
4. Hall Pass
5. Red Riding Hood
6. I am Number Four
7. No Strings Attached
• Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules (New)
• Unknown (New)
• The Adjustment Bureau (New)

1. NBA Finals
2. America's Got Talent
3. The Voice
4. 60 Minutes
6. NCIS: Los Angeles.
7. The Bachelorette
8. The Mentalist
9. The Big Bang Theory
10. CSI

At The Movies
Cars 2
Star racecar Lightning McQueen and the incomparable tow truck Mater take their
friendship to exciting new places when they head overseas to compete in the first ever
World Grand Prix to determine the world's fastest car. But the road to the championship
is filled with plenty of potholes, detours and hilarious surprises when Mater gets caught
up in an intriguing adventure of his own: international espionage. Torn between assisting
Lightning McQueen in the high profile race and towing the line in a top-secret spy
mission, Mater's action packed journey leads him on an explosive chase through the
streets of Japan and Europe, trailed by his friends and watched by the whole world.
Adding to the fast-paced fun is a colorful new all car cast that includes secret agents,
menacing villains and international racing competitors.

The Adjustment Bureau
Matt Damon stars in a conspiracy thriller based on a story by visionary writer Philip K.
Dick. On the brink of winning a U.S. Senate seat, politician David Norris meets Elise
Sellas, a beautiful ballet dancer. As he realizes he's falling madly in love with her,
strangers conspire to keep the two apart. David learns he is up against the Adjustment
Bureau, agents of Fate who will do everything in their power to prevent the pair from
being together. In the face of overwhelming odds, he must decide whether to accept a
predetermined path towards greatness, or risk everything to be with the woman he loves.

The Buzz...
Everyone knows getting a tattoo removed is a messy and painful business, but when it
comes to The Hangover Part II, Warner Bros. won’t have to worry about that nightmare
scenario. After months of legal wrangling, the studio has settled a lawsuit brought by
Missouri tattoo artist S. Victor Whitmill over the tattoo on Ed Helms’ face in the
blockbuster comedy. Whitmill sued the studio in April and unsuccessfully sought an
injunction against the release of the film, claiming that Helms’ tattoo infringed a
copyright he held on a tattoo he’d created for boxer Mike Tyson.

An auction of actress Debbie Reynolds' Hollywood memorabilia earned $22.8 million
over the weekend and included the record breaking sale of Marilyn Monroe's iconic
subway dress from 1955 movie The Seven Year Itch. The $4.6 million winning bid for
Monroe's dress, which billows up with a gust of air as a train rolls by, rose to $5.52
million after taxes and fees were included, and the sum far surpassed pre-sale estimates
of $1 million to $2 million.

Former Bachelorette contestant Chris Lambton has found the one. Lambton, who came in
second on Ali Fedotowsky's season, is engaged to former Bachelor contestant Peyton

Ashton Kutcher already has one ally in his corner when he replaces Charlie Sheen on
Two and a Half Men this fall. "I think Ashton is going to be great," Sheen's ex-wife,
Denise Richards told reporters. But as happy as she is for Kutcher, Richards takes no
pleasure in Sheen's departure from the sitcom. "I am sad to see Charlie not on the show,"
she says. "Nobody can replace Charlie. The show was written for him and he was so
brilliant at it, but I think Ashton will make it his own."

Forbes Magazine, most famous for it’s richest “enter whatever profession” lists, has
released their music themed rankings. Today, we’ve got the Top 25 Highest Paid
Musicians. U2, Bon Jovi and Elton John top off the list at $195M, $125M and $100M
respectively. Lady Gaga is the highest ranking female (and pop act) at number 5 ($90M),
and Canucks Michael Buble and Justin Bieber placed 5 ($70M) and 9 ($53M)

Moviemaker Julie Taymor has blamed Twitter.com for the initial failure of her much
maligned Broadway musical Spiderman: Turn Off The Dark, insisting too many people
used the social network to voice their opinions before the show was ready.

Ricky Martin has announced plans to open a number of children's homes across Latin
America in a bid to stop human trafficking. Martin is currently using his foundation to
build the Child Development and Prevention Center in Loiza, Puerto Rico, which is
expected to be completed in 2012. The singer has now revealed that he hopes for the
foundation to build similar homes in the Dominican Republic, Mexico and other parts of
Latin America.

Julianne Hough has said that she and boyfriend Ryan Seacrest make a "good team". The
singer and actress praised her partnership with the American Idol host in an interview
with Parade, insisting that she doesn't mind putting in the "work" to keep things going as
she believes that she and Seacrest are well matched.

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