Too many celebrities....too little time to keep up with them. I scoured the headlines for you, so here's a quick review of which stars were in the news this past week.
Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu's "Biutiful" received a mixed bag of notices after unspooling In Competition during the Festival de Cannes, but the Javier Bardem starrer has lived up to its name for sales label Focus Features International.
Carrie Fisher's autobiographical stage production "Wishful Drinking" is coming to HBO as a feature-length documentary.
Jennifer Lawrence and Max Thieriot are starring in "House at the End of the Street," a horror thriller from FilmNation and A Bigger Boat being directed by Mark Tonderai.
After his involvement was initially rumored last fall, Jeremy Renner is now in final negotiations to join Marvel Studios' superhero film "The Avengers."
Joseph Fiennes and Eva Green have joined Starz's upcoming series "Camelot," playing the wizard Merlin and the sorceress Morgana.
Forest Whitaker, Bruce Willis and Malin Akerman are toplining indie drama 'Catch .44.'
Chris Rock, David Spade, Charlize Theron and Hilary Swank were among many celebrities at the Staples Center to cheer on the hometown LA Lakers in Game One of the NBA Championship against the Boston Celtics.
Model Natasha Henstridge leaves the "Byron & Tracey" hair salon in Beverly Hills.
Delphine Chaneac, Adrien Brody and Robert Downey Jr. attend the Los Angeles Premiere of "Splice" at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood.
Rachael Ray and her magazine, Every Day With Rachael Ray, are upset that Good Housekeeping put Ray on its July cover without her blessing.
Chris Brown and rapper Bow Wow were unwelcome Wednesday night. First, the duo crashed the listening party to which they weren't invited for Drake's new album at MSR studios hosted by the Cash Money crew.
A Memorial Day arrest hasn't stopped "Real Housewives of New York" star Sonja Morgan from hitting the social scene. The sexy blonde, who divorced J.P. Morgan heir John Morgan in 2008, hit ABC Kitchen Wednesday night for a party for Planet Green's new series "The Fabulous Beekman Boys."
"Twilight" star Kristen Stewart said Friday she was wrong to compare intrusive paparazzi photos of herself to images of someone being raped, People magazine reported.
Her split from Dean Sheremet was painfully public- especially given that she was having an affair with Eddie Cibrian- and LeAnn Rimes admits that she was totally wrong. The “How Do I Live” songstress told press, "I did one of the most selfish things that I possibly could do, in hurting someone else. I take responsibility for everything I've done. I hate that people got hurt. But I don't regret the outcome."