The FBI has released a 128-page file on investigations it conducted for Whitney Houston. The pages include fan letters and details of an alleged extortion attempt against the singer. Prosecutors never found any evidence of a crime.
Movie men Steven Spielberg and George Lucas made the annual Forbes list of billionaires, each with more than $3 billion a piece. Also listed, media moguls David Geffen who's worth $6 billion and Oprah Winfrey with $2.3 billion.
Arnold Schwarzenegger, the former governor, actor and body builder, is again a magazine editor.
He first got the position with "Muscle & Fitness" as well as "Flex" magazines ten years ago, but quit after being elected governor in California. The two magazines have featured him on their covers more than 60 times.
Harrison Ford will play a legendary newscaster in the Will Farrell comedy Anchorman 2 that hits theaters in December. Ford is also expected to reprise his role as Han Solo in a Star Wars sequel.
Robert Redford's Sundance film festival, famous for showcasing independent movies in Utah every January, plans an encore in California.
The Sundance Institute will host a four-day mini-film festival here in Los Angeles in August. The festival will showcase films it describes as particularly adventurous.
Barbara Walters says she's feeling better and back hosting The View. The 83-year-old TV veteran fainted in January, cutting her head and suffering a concussion. Doctors say Walters fainted because she had the chicken pox, but didn't know it.
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