Shortly after Bridesmaids was released, director Paul Feig said he wanted to do a sequel because, "when you get a group that's this deep and this good, it's a crime to not use them again." However, according to Jon Hamm, the film may be missing one key element: Kristen Wiig. When asked if he'd do a sequel, Hamm said he hasn't decided because, "I don't think Kristen is going to do it," and "They need to lock (Wiig) up before me." It's possible that the studio would forge ahead without Wiig, but it doesn't bode well for the production, as she co-wrote the film in addition to starring in it. [The Wrap]


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David Arquette went on Howard Stern's show and managed to avoid saying something scandalous, but he did share some news. He's dating Entertainment Tonight reporter Christina McLarty. Arquette is a huge step up from her former partner, Girls Gone Wild's Joe Francis. [E!]


Two dudes who worked as unpaid interns on Black Swan are suing Fox Searchlight for failing to give them any duties aside from "preparing coffee for the production office, ensuring that the coffee pot was full, taking and distributing lunch orders for the production staff, taking out the trash and cleaning the office." In other words, regular intern stuff? [N.Y. Mag]


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Bob Dylan has been accused of plagarizing paintings he had on display at the Gogosian Gallery in Manhattan. The paintings allegedly resemble works by well-known photographers. He admits to working from photographs, but says the scenes are based on his observations while traveling through Asia. [RS]


  • The diamond wedding band Joe DiMaggio gave Marilyn Monroe will be auctioned in December. It's expected to go for $300,000 $500,000, so you may want to put your home on the market now. [UPI]
  • Zooey Deschanel's New Girl has been picked up for a full 24-episode season. [E!]
  • Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver went out for dinner with their kids last night to celebrate their son Chris' 14th birthday. [TMZ]
  • Tina Fey and Eva Longoria are TV's highest-paid actresses. They both pulled in $13 million last year. [Us]
  • Anna Faris says she and her husband, Chris Pratt, don't discuss how many people they've slept with. "My husband won't tell me his number, and I think it is probably a really good policy," she said. [E!]