Here's what's going on in the world of entertainment today:
- Disney and Robert Zemeckis ("Polar Express") will remake the Beatles' "Yellow Submarine" animated film in 3-D, according to Variety. The new version of the 1968 classic is aiming for a 2012 release.
- Paula Abdul's manager tells The Los Angeles Times that, despite rumors to the contrary, there have been "no discussions whatsoever" about "American Idol," and Abdul is looking towards her future endeavors.
- The Philadelphia Inquirer reports that Tony Danza has been approved to co-teach a class in that city. It begs the question as to which teacher will be "the boss" in that classroom.
- The five living members of "Monty Python" will reunite in New York to celebrate the group's 40th anniversary on October 15, reports The Los Angeles Times.
- Finally, the first look at James Cameron's long-awaited special effects spectacular "Avatar" is now online, and fans are already reacting on Twitter.