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Ashton Kutcher's latest startup incubator has yielded some results. The "Punk'd" impresario and fiancée Mila Kunis welcomed their first child, a girl, earlier this week, according to People magazine. "She's here and healthy," a source tells the magazine. I'm sure it's just a matter of hours before one tabloid or another posts something about Demi Moore quietly unraveling. And I'm hearing unconfirmed reports of their "That 70s Show" co-star Wilmer Valderrama skulking about the maternity ward, showing just a little too much interest in the new young lady.


New gym, same attitude


My Charlize Theron should just stick to using a personal trainer. After making headlines this summer for diva behavior at a SoulCycle spin class, including being rude to Tia Mowry, the Oscar-winner has reportedly moved to a new workout location — but her attitude hasn't changed. "She always arrives late to class with a scowl on her face and has the nerve to ask people who are already settled on their bikes to switch," a spin classmate at West Hollywood's Crunch gym tells In Touch of Theron. "She always causes a scene. People know to steer clear of her." Again, why is someone of Theron's stature and fame even taking classes like this if they cause her such clear displeasure? Isn't the whole point of being rich and famous that you don't have to mix with the normals? But, in Ms. Theron's defense, I'd challenge this anonymous source on the scowling. Of course she's scowling. It's a spin class. You're telling me you're excited to be there?


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Charlie Sheen terrorizes dentist's office


Nobody likes going to the dentist, but this is ridiculous. Charlie Sheen is reportedly being investigated for claims of assault with a deadly weapon after a dental appointment went awry, according to Radar Online. Sheen brought his own dentist along with him for a procedure on an abscess but apparently had a change of heart about the man, as the "Anger Management" star supposedly pulled a knife on him. He also lashed out at a female dental technician when she tried to administer nitrous oxide, which just doesn't sound like Sheen at all. Sheen's bodyguard reportedly informed the dentist that the actor had been under the influence of cocaine at the time of the incident. You know, the usual.


More on Amanda Bynes' academic fallout


Speaking of erratic behavior, new details are emerging about the ignoble end of Amanda Bynes' tenure at L.A.'s Fashion Institute of Design and Marketing. A fellow student tells TMZ that Bynes showed signs of trouble for a while, including ditching classes, being clearly high when she did bother to show up and paying other students to do her homework. The Web site now reports that Bynes not so much flunked out of the school as was kicked out, with a recent incident in which she was caught cheating on a test being the last straw.


The Angry Birds movie is still happening


Is Angry Birds still a thing? Hollywood certainly hopes so, as the film version of the biggest mobile game of 2012 is rolling forward. In fact, Jason Sudeikis, Bill Hader, Maya Rudolph and Peter Dinklage have all signed on to voice characters in the animated film adaptation, according to the Hollywood Reporter. But hey, at least Angry Birds is a fresher idea than a Tetris movie, which was just announced. Maybe Hollywood is finally ready for my gritty adaptation of the game Minesweeper.

Follow Ned Ehrbar on Twitter: @nedrick

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