Here's what's going on in the world of entertainment this morning:
- Variety shares a preview of "I Look to You," the comeback album by Whitney Houston, set to arrive in stores next week. Aside from the title song, Houston's "Million Dollar Bill" is also being released as a single for radio.
- Jon Gosselin tells People that he "never said" he wanted to leave "Jon & Kate Plus Eight," saying his comments were taken out of context. Meanwhile, Kate Gosselin is set to be a guest co-host on "The View" on September 14 and 15, according to EW.com.
- The '80s cult classic "Heathers" is coming back, according to Variety. The Fox network is developing a TV version of the movie, which starred Winona Ryder and Christian Slater. They're still determining how to update the movie for the present day.
- If you're dying to see James Cameron's highly-anticipated "Avatar," The Hollywood Reporter says that you can already purchase tickets. You'll still have to wait until December 18 to see it, however.
- After a last-minute renewal in May, "Ugly Betty" is back in production. iReporter Julio Ortiz-Teissonniere caught star America Ferrera dressed as a hot dog while shooting on location in New York.