As you snoozed, Suge Knight stayed over at an LA jail and Lindsay Lohan probably slept sounder after suing Fox for claiming she shared cocaine with her mom.
A bomb went off in Egypt this morning. "50 Shades of Grey" is expected to be a hit at the Berlin Film Festival later this week.
Bombs were found in the Egyptian capital
A bomb was detonated in the centre of Cairo, and two others found at the city's airport this morning. The city's on high security alert. On the plus side, following the release of an Australian journalist yesterday, his Canadian-Egyptian colleague is expected to be freed today, even if their Egyptian co-worker is still in prison.
Murder suspect Suge Knight slept in jail
The Hip-Hop mogul faces life in prison after being charged with murder, attempted murder and two counts of hit-and-run. Last week he got in a fight in a Compton parking lot, and reversed his pick-up over two men, killing his friend Terry Carter. Apparently the dispute stemmed from Knight being turned away from the set of a promo movie for the upcoming NWA biopic. Knight's lawyers claim the death was an accident but he's been refused bail as he's seen a flight risk and a threat to witnesses.
Lindsay Lohan sued Fox News
Uh-oh, Fox is in trouble again, just weeks after being slammed by the European media for its laughable 'reporting' about no-go zones for non-Muslims in Paris and Birmingham. After a pretty crappy few months, has Lohan decided to sue the network for a throwaway comment a guest made on SeanHannity'sshow, suggesting that she snorts lines of coke with her mother. The allegation was made during a segment about celebrity drug deaths, which seemed to suggest that they considered Lohan next in line on the celebrity drugs obit list.
"50 Shades of Grey" is set to premiere in Berlin
The German city's annual movie festival is used to showing serious, deep, and often controversialarthouse films, so it might come as a surprise that it's hosting the world premiere of uber mainstream "50 Shades of Grey" and Disney's new "Cinderella" this week. The films are expecting to draw stars - and the world's attention - to the festial. "We would have been nuts to pass up having the premier," says the festival's German director.